Stanley Tucci & Alice Eve Have Trouble in 'Some Velvet Morning' Trailer

November 12, 2013
Source: Yahoo

Some Velvet Morning

Writer and director Neil LaBute has an interesting filmography ranging from The Shape of Things and The Wicker Man to Lakeview Terrace and the remake of Death at Funeral with Chris Rock. Now he seems to be getting back into territory reminiscent of his stage production days. Some Velvet Morning follows Stanley Tucci (The Devil Wears Prada, The Hunger Games) and Alive Eve (She's Out of My League, Star Trek Into Darkness) as they embark on a sexually tense game of cat and mouse after not seeing each other for four years. This looks extremely compelling, and seems to unfold in a confined timeframe and location.

Here's the first trailer for Neil LaBute's Some Velvet Morning, originally from Yahoo:

Young and beautiful Velvet (Alice Eve) is enjoying a relaxing morning in her New York brownstone when Fred (Stanley Tucci) interrupts. With suitcase in tow, he enters the apartment with great expectation. Not having seen or heard from Fred in nearly four years, Velvet is clearly surprised. As Fred unloads the reason for his resurfacing, the history and nature of their relationship is revealed. The weight of their reconnection becomes clear as tension mounts and their chemistry reaches its climax. Neil LaBute (The Shape of Things, The Wicker Man) writes and directs Some Velvet Morning, which is hitting VOD on December 10th from Tribeca Film, and limited theaters December 13th this winter. For more info, visit here. Anyone curious?

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  • Bl00dwerK
    I don't know what wife I WOULDN'T leave for Alice Eve...
    • Ayotunde Afolabi
      Ain't that the truth!
      • dawko
        Well, the trailer didn't convince me to do it
  • Nielsen700
    Looks like a film rich people that smell their own farts would go see.
    • Bo
      Excellent! Very funny comment. Thank you. I didn't buy any of this trailer for a second and thought the acting atrocious! Much thanks again for the funny and incisive comment, Nielsen.




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