Additional high quality production stills of “Suite française” have been added in our gallery. We also added Posters & Key-Art of “A Little Chaos“, “Far from the Madding Crowd“, and “The Loft” in our gallery.
Category: The Loft
Yahoo! Movies released the first US trailer for “The Loft“. The movie will now be distributed by Open Roads in the US and will be released next month already: on January 23, 2015. The official US poster has been added to our gallery and the motion poster can be found at: TheLoftMotionPoster.com. You can also follow the official twitter account of the movie @LoftTheMovie and Facebook account /TheLoftMovie. The official trailer has been added in our video archive and screencaptures have been added in our gallery.
The first rule of The Loft is…you don’t tell anybody else about the Loft. That’s the deal five married buddies strike when they decide to share the keys to a deluxe penthouse in the sky that will serve as an “oasis” from their wives. “Think about it,” promises handsome ringleader Vincent (Star Trek’s Karl Urban) in the thriller’s new trailer, “No messy hotel bills, no questionable credit card activity.” His argument eventually sway his pals, including Wentworth Miller, Eric Stonestreet, Mattias Schoenaerts and even a dubious James Marsden, who initially (and unconvincingly) insists “I’m not like that.”
“The Loft” director Erik van Looy confirmed to the Belgium press that the movie will get a wide theatrical release in the US on January 23, 2015. The movie will open the Ghent Film Festival later this month. The distributor released the first posters and additional stills and on set images which have been added to our gallery. The high definition screen captures of the first trailer have also been added. Be sure to check out our previous post in case you missed the trailer.
Vier.be released the first (international) trailer for “The Loft” earlier today. The movie will open the 41st Annual Ghent Film Festival next month and will be released on October 15, 2014 in Belgium. No word yet on the US release date.
The 41st Annual Ghent Film Festival announced last month that “The Loft” will be the opening film of the festival. The festival runs from October 14-25 and tickets will be available next week on August 27. Matthias will reprise the role of Filip and will star alongside Karl Urban, James Marsden, Wentworth Miller and Eric Stonestreet. Deadline is reporting that the movie was given the August 29, 2014, release date back in August 2013 but Universal pulled it from the schedule last month without word yet from the studio where it will land. The first production stills and official on set images can be found in our gallery.