International Trailer for Julia Roberts' Drama 'Eat Pray Love'
This looks good, I mean really good. Sony has released an international trailer (found on SlashFilm) for the upcoming Julia Roberts drama Eat Pray Love, which was based on Elizabeth Gilbert's bestselling memoir. The first official trailer came out back in March and although this isn't made for US audiences (at least from a marketing standpoint), I still think it does a great job of selling a great looking film. I think this might be a surprise hit late in the summer, but I don't know, depends on if the buzz continues to grow, at least from the female demographic. Not everyone will be into this, but check out the new trailer below if you're interested!
Watch the new international trailer for Ryan Murphy's Eat Pray Love:
A happily married woman (Julia Roberts) realizes her life needs to go in a different direction, and after a painful divorce, she takes off on a round-the-world journey. Based on the memoir by Elizabeth Gilbert.
Eat Pray Love is both written and directed by writer/director/producer Ryan Murphy of everything from "Nip/Tuck" to "Glee" to the indie film Running with Scissors which he wrote and directed. The script was co-written by Murphy and Jennifer Salt ("Nip/Tuck") and is based on Elizabeth Gilbert's bestselling memoir of the same name. Sony Pictures is bringing Eat, Pray, Love to theaters on August 13th late this summer.
Reader Feedback - 8 Comments
Yeah I already know how this movie ends, they find Julia on the Bali beach dead from a head wound inflicted by a cattle gun. I'm sorry but Vicki Christina and Nine did nothing to erase the pure evil that was Anton from my mind. Lets get him back in the bad guy role asap (after he kills Julia first in the new ending to this movie).
Nick on Jun 18, 2010
luden on Jun 18, 2010
New Eddie Vedder song seals the deal for me. I'm seeing it when it hits sweden. Pearl jam in Dublin on tuesday! Yeah!
ryderup on Jun 19, 2010
I'm sure the multiple exotic shooting locations had nothing to do with Robert's decision to be involved with this project. ...looks like garbage, but I'm not their demographic.
peloquin on Jun 19, 2010
Not by the hair on my chinny-chin-chin....
Nodin on Jun 20, 2010
I remember seeing this woman on Oprah with my wife when the book first became popular. I'm going to say now what I said to my wife then. If a man told the same story with the same sense of self entitlement this woman does he'd be crucified. Paint this turd any which way you want but the bottom line is she ran off on her husband to go on vacation.
Will on Jun 20, 2010
@ Will. As a woman, I completely agree with you. While I do find myself longing for an adventure occasionally, I have a responsibility to the people I love. Someday, I hope to take my family with me on an adventure. In my opinion, what she did was cowardly and selfish. Not a story to celebrate at all.
Alex O on Jun 21, 2010
6 & 7 agreed. We all have dreams and desires, and the two should never be confused. Eat, Pray, Love? Try Gluttony, Despair, Lust.
Cisco on Jun 22, 2010
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