Official Poster for Andrew Jarecki's 'All Good Things' Unveiled
Awards season is starting up, so that means there's going to be a lot out there trying to get our attention. I wanted to feature this new poster, debuted by Vulture, for Andrew Jarecki's All Good Things because it's one of those upcoming indie flicks looking for some attention, even though we haven't seen an actual trailer yet. All Good Things was picked up in August by Magnolia Pictures. The film is directed by Oscar nominated filmmaker and documentarian Andrew Jarecki and stars Kirsten Dunst and Ryan Gosling. I'm intrigued by the premise and the talent behind it, but I want to see a trailer first. Check out their official poster below.
Inspired by the most notorious missing person's case in New York history, All Good Things is a love story and a murder mystery set against the backdrop of a New York real estate dynasty in the 1980s. The drama portrayed in Jarecki's film was inspired by the story of Robert Durst, who was suspected but never tried for killing his wife Kathie who disappeared in 1982 and was never found. Kirsten Dunst plays Katie McCarthy, Ryan Gosling plays David Marks, and they're joined by Frank Langella and Kristen Wiig. Magnolia Pictures is bringing All Good Things to limited theaters December 17th. We'll let you know when there's a trailer!
Reader Feedback - 9 Comments
I wanna see Dunst bring her A gae again, she's gotten lazy ever since her role in Interview With a Vampire, and paired with Gosling this may be her chance.
Xerxex on Oct 5, 2010
i'm looking forward to seeing this. i'm curious (since she was never found) what they do with it.
beavis on Oct 5, 2010
Interview With a Vampire? She was like 10! haha! So she's been lazy her whole career pretty much?
Cmurder on Oct 5, 2010
I think she's been lazy since playing George Bush's granddaughter on saturday night live in about 1989, she better raise her game soon, he he.
Crapola on Oct 5, 2010
I want to see this still. I like both of the leads. I think she's just swell and so is goseling.
Eli on Oct 5, 2010
meh, i'll see it just to say i did and give an honest opinion
Jericho on Oct 5, 2010
I didnt like Gosling in "The Notebook," but he sold me with "Lars and the real girl" so I am actually interested in this, the story is there and hopefully Kirsten Dunst can use this to show more depth to her acting ability.
Hairu on Oct 6, 2010
The film is unofficially based in part on a book called "A Deadly Secret" by Matt Birkbeck. He's the author who wrote the terrible Sharon Marshall Story, "A Beautiful Child," and the book on Sammy Davis Jr, "Deconstructing Sammy." Birkbeck got the NYPD files on the Durst case from 1982. Strange stuff. Here's a link to the book http://www.amazon.com/A-Deadly-Secret-ebook/dp/B0042P5DCY
Tiny time on Oct 13, 2010
A Beautiful Child was a great book (http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/447988.A_Beautiful_Child) but Sharons story is just terrible and heartbreaking is what I meant
Tiny time on Oct 13, 2010
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