Check This Out: Official Poster for Sofia Coppola's Somewhere
This is one upcoming independent film that I can't wait to finally see! Our friends at SlashFilm discovered the official poster for Sofia Coppola's new film Somewhere via a Facebook fan page. We've been writing about this project since it was first announced last year and have been patiently waiting for it. Somewhere takes place at the famous Chateau Marmont hotel in Hollywood (seen above) and stars Stephen Dorff as a "bad-boy actor" stumbling through life who lives in excess at the luxury hotel, but an unexpected visit from his 11-year-old daughter, played by Elle Fanning, forces him to reexamine his life. So check out the poster!
I really like it. It's simple, effective, and it just feels like it could be fun, but in the smart Sofia Coppola kind of way, like Lost in Translation. We don't know too much more about the movie (or the actual plot) besides the fact that it contains a whole handful of appearances from special guests and actors like Benicio Del Toro, Michelle Monaghan, Laura Ramsey, Chris Pontius, and even a score by French rock band Phoenix. I've been anxiously waiting to see the film ever since I first heard about it last year, and it looks like it may be showing at the Toronto Film Festival later this year. Looking forward to seeing this, so stay tuned for more updates.
Reader Feedback - 5 Comments
Future best film of the year.
Andre on Jun 11, 2010
I have a huge crush on Stephen Dorff. I'm eager for some sort of trailer!
Shannon on Jun 12, 2010
future best film of the year? more like the decade.coppola mixes colors and music like noone else can,each frame of LOT was infused with life,and judging from this poster alone,all the different dimensions,bright tones,it all comes together so effortlessly.
twispioust on Jun 12, 2010
How do you know it's playing in Toronto? Would love to see this as well, I just had no idea that any titles were announced yet for the film festival. Would love more info on that if you have it.
Frank on Jun 13, 2010
i've seen this. and it's called "I'll Be There".
christine on Jun 26, 2010
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