New Extended TV Trailer for Jason Reitman's Up in the Air
Paramount played this new extended TV trailer for Jason Reitman's Up in the Air during the "Mad Men" season finale yesterday, so you might've already seen it, but if not, here's your chance. It's a short 'n sweet new trailer with most of the footage we've seen before in either of the first two trailers. But since Up in the Air deserves some more love and since this trailer has great quotes from various critics, it's worth featuring anyway. I hope everyone is planning to see this when it hits theaters in December, it's easily one of the best films of the year. And if all goes well, it might end up winning some Oscars, too. Anyway, check it out!
Watch the new TV trailer for Jason Reitman's Up in the Air:
You can also watch the new TV trailer for Up in the Air in High Definition on Apple
Ryan Bingham (George Clooney) is a corporate downsizing expert - someone who fires people for a living - whose cherished life on the road is threatened by young hotshot just as he is on the cusp of reaching ten million frequent flyer miles and after he's met the frequent-traveler woman he never thought he'd meet.
Up in the Air is both written and directed by Oscar nominated Canadian filmmaker Jason Reitman, of Thank You for Smoking and Juno previously. This is based on Walter Kirn's novel of the same name first published in 2001. Paramount is bringing Up in the Air to theaters starting on December 4th this year.
Suprising I actually gave a shit about what was happening...at first thought it was gonna be your typical in the office romantic comedy.
Cody on Nov 10, 2009
Not buying it. ''Director David Reitman represents the HOPE of CINEMA?'' Come on guys what the hell, you can't say that.
Neal on Nov 10, 2009
This TV spot got me more excited then the two trailers.
Robbie on Nov 10, 2009
Roberto Planto on Nov 10, 2009
Ever since I saw George Clooney in "oh brother where art thou" I have loved anything and everything he has done. This looks like oscar material for Mr. Clooney.
Kevin on Nov 10, 2009
looks INCREDIBLE, can't wait, Oscars galore for this film
Jake Sully on Nov 10, 2009
im with ya kevin, didnt much care for him before 'o brother' but ever since ive loved every movie hes done and this looks pretty good too
harrison on Nov 10, 2009
I didn't like "oh brother where art thou" at all but I have been watching Clooney since he was on ER and hell I remember watching a few episodes of Rosanne and seeing him on that. Without a doubt this movie looks awesome and I can't wait for it to come out!
Chad on Nov 10, 2009
from that trailer the movie looks: "meh......worth a watch". not bad but completely forgettable after watching it. #1, it looks EXACTLY like a romantic comedy. # 6........that looked "incredible" to you???? just what was incredible?
beavis on Nov 11, 2009
Can't wait for this to come out. Looks brilliant.
Emma on Nov 11, 2009
ive loved him since from dusk til dawn. wait. where am i?
Brian Ricci on Nov 11, 2009
This is gonna be a great movie. Clooney has found a way to make most of his roles appeal to both male and female viewers. Even if it is a romantic comedy, I have seen enough of his work to hesitate calling anything he's done since ER a "chick flick'. Though I am sure that some of the people who frequent this site will complain about lack of tits, explosions and dragons...
Gonnarentit on Nov 11, 2009
http://www.awardsdaily.com/?p=14910 Awards Daily Up in the Air Literally Posted by Sasha Stone On November - 14 – 2009 Just heard via Twitter from Edward Douglas (@EDouglasWW) that Paramount has flown 50 people to New York with the supporting actress Anna Kendrick to promote Up in the Air. Hitfix’s Gregory Ellwood is among them ... http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/2008-12-11-awards-campaign-2009/posts/20-000-ft-up-in-the-air-with-new-moon-s-anna-kendrick 20,000 ft. 'Up in the Air' with 'New Moon's' Anna Kendrick Posted on Sunday, Nov 15, 2009 By Gregory Ellwood You gotta hand it to Paramount. Many studios would be afraid to pull off what they accomplished Saturday for their new contender "Up in the Air." Along with about 50 other journalists, Awards Campaign trekked on a private American Airlines flight from New York to Los Angeles with star and likely Best Supporting Actress nominee Anna Kendrick and Sad Brad Smith, a new music artist whose song "Help Yourself" plays during the closing credits. While most of the press watched the film once we were airborne (I'd had the pleasure of attending the Toronto Film Festival premiere), I spent a few minutes conducting video interviews with both Kendrick and Smith. ...
Dan Dassow on Nov 15, 2009
http://www.thewrap.com/ind-column/paramount-american-airlines-junket-air-10171 A Paramount-American Airlines Junket, Up In the Air By Sharon Waxman Published: November 15, 2009 I'm not sure if it's more remarkable that Paramount Pictures managed to pull off a press junket 30,000 feet in the air, or that American Airlines provided the studio with a 767 jet, gratis, to do so. ...
Dan Dassow on Nov 16, 2009
http://tpgblog.com/2009/11/18/exclusive-upintheair/ EXCLUSIVE: The Product Guy "Up in the Air" November 18, 2009 — Jeremy Horn <<... Recently, I had the unique opportunity to look at various cross-promoted products by way of film and social media and speak with many of the people behind them when I, as a VIP Guest, was… invited to an exclusive cross-country private screening of Paramount Pictures’ film "Up in the Air," staring George Clooney, (a great, funny, emotional, must-see movie > It will be interesting to see Alex's comments on this screening of "Up in the Air".
Dan Dassow on Nov 19, 2009
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