Worth Watching: Official New York, I Love You Trailer Arrives

August 7, 2009
Source: Apple

New York, I Love You Trailer

Vivendi has debuted the official trailer for New York, I Love You today on Apple. This isn't actually the first time we've seen a trailer, as we featured one nearly a year ago, although this is a better, high res version that is worth watching anyway. New York, I Love You is in another ensemble film following in the footsteps of Paris, Je T'aime featuring 10 short segments about falling in love in New York City. There are a lot of big name actors in this, like Shia LaBeouf, Natalie Portman, Orlando Bloom, Christina Ricci, Ethan Hawke, Robin Wright Penn, Anton Yelchin, Olivia Thirlby, and many more. It's a great little trailer, so enjoy it!

Watch the official trailer for New York, I Love You:

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You can also watch the trailer for New York, I Love You in High Definition on Apple

New York, I Love You is an ensemble anthology film featuring 10 shorts set in New York City each directed by a different filmmaker, including Fatih Akin, Yvan Attal, Allen Hughes, Shunji Iwai, Wen Jiang, Shekhar Kapur, Joshua Marston, Mira Nair, Natalie Portman, and Brett Ratner. Other screenwriters also include Alexandra Cassavetes, Emmanuel Benbihy, and Anthony Minghella. This already premiered at the Toronto Film Festival last year and has been delayed ever since. It's being distributed by Vivendi Entertainment in the US. New York, I Love You is finally set to hit limited theaters starting on October 16th later this year.

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Sancho on Aug 7, 2009


Hell yeah! I can't wait!

MiKeDeEz on Aug 7, 2009


it's great to see so many creative outlooks in one cohesive work but how'd brett ratner weasel his way into this?

real talk on Aug 7, 2009


Count me in! I'm loving the cast in this! But I gotta agreewith #3 how did Ratner sneak in?

Xerxex on Aug 7, 2009


wow soo many good actors.. insane! I LOVE new york too 😀 best city in the US

jaja on Aug 7, 2009


I was excited to see who was going to be involved and im kinda bummed. Why did Paris, je t'aime have way better directors? Where is woody Allen, Martin Scorsese, Richard Linklater, Jim Jarmusch, Chan-wook Park, Kar Wai Wong, Charlie Kaufman, Spike Jonze, Michel Gondry, Paul Thomas Anderson. This seems pretty weak, although im curious to see what Natalie Portman will do. Brett Ratner being in this is a deal breaker for me. Ill watch it when it makes it to cable.

El Guapo on Aug 7, 2009


With the same cast and plot as A Lot Like Love, Love, Actually, and other love films with multiple story lines.

Tra la la la la di da on Aug 7, 2009


Paris, Je T'aime was an enjoyable movie for me so a big part of me wants this to do well. I also feel like it would be difficult to make a trailer that really sells for a movie that is a collection of disparate, albeit commonly themed, stories (although I'm sure it's possible) so I'm going to save judgement for the actual film till I see it. (Phoenix is everywhere... even with sofia coppola not directing anything in this)

David on Aug 7, 2009


I thought Zach Braff was supposed to be apart of this?

SC on Aug 7, 2009


Oh and this looks just as charming as Paris, je t'aime.

SC on Aug 7, 2009


#9 I thought the same exact thing too... I remember that was one of the reason why I was looking forward to seeing this. Hmm... Great placement of Phoenix's 1901 in the trailer.

Bryan on Aug 7, 2009


can't wait for this!!

Janika on Aug 7, 2009


I can't wait for this! It even has U?ur Yücel, one of the best Turkish actors ever in it. But I really think that the last bit of the trailer, with James Caan shouldn't be shown in the trailer, takes off the mood of the trailer...

F.C. on Aug 8, 2009


and sorry for double posting but I thought Scarlett Johansson also had a segment for this movie, one that she had written and directed herself? why isn't it mentioned? it shows on her IMDB page, but not on this trailer...

F.C. on Aug 8, 2009


This does look great NEW YORK NEW YORK so nice they had to name it Twice!

Blue & Orange NY on Aug 8, 2009


"and sorry for double posting but I thought Scarlett Johansson also had a segment for this movie, one that she had written and directed herself? why isn't it mentioned? it shows on her IMDB page, but not on this trailer…" i think ScarJo's segment was cut from the final film.

Jack on Aug 8, 2009


Their is a lot of people in this and looks like it could be good, but I think I need to see some more footage.

A_well91 on Aug 8, 2009


cant wait cant wait cant wait cant wait!

Lacey on Aug 8, 2009


There be some rockin' actors in this! Cloris Leachman rules, baby!

kitano0 on Aug 8, 2009



riva on Aug 8, 2009


Sorry my son has the attention span of a 3 year old. He only watches Transformers.

Sancho's Mother on Aug 8, 2009


to Jack: Okay, thanks.. That's too bad though, I was curious about her directing skills

F.C. on Aug 9, 2009


@21 - absolutely hysterical. I think this movie is gonna be great....

hobbes on Aug 9, 2009


This movie looks pretty bad. Great names great actors some good directors, but same thing I thought with Burn after Reading and that was a bad movie. It just doesn't do anything for me. And it scares me that Hayden Christensen and Rachel Bilson have anything to do with a project.

Dee on Aug 9, 2009


I like multiple stories all wrapped in one movie. That's a true embodiment of NYC - Different perspectives

Nick Sears on Aug 10, 2009


Song is called 1901 by Phoenix

Chris B on Aug 14, 2009


new york is no paris.

jack on Aug 17, 2009

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