Watch: Paul Haggis' 'The Next Three Days' New Official Trailer
Lionsgate has debuted the first official trailer (via Yahoo) for Crash director Paul Haggis' newest drama The Next Three Days, or what some are calling Haggis' version of Law Abiding Citizen. The movie stars Russell Crowe and Elizabeth Banks as a married couple who go through hell when Banks is accused of murder. Liam Neeson and Olivia Wilde are in it, as well as the RZA and Brian Dennehy. I love these movies because we get to see Crowe slowly descend into madness and it will be crazy to see what he does. Plus, this becomes a prison escape movie halfway through, and that's awesome. I want to see this! What about you?
Watch the official trailer for Paul Haggis' The Next Three Days:
You can also watch the official trailer for The Next Three Days in High Definition on Apple
A married couple's (Crowe, Banks) life is flipped entirely upside down when the wife is accused of murder.
The Next Three Days is both written and directed by Oscar winning American filmmaker Paul Haggis, best known for Crash but he also directed Red Hot in 1993 and In the Valley of Elah in 2007. This new version of the script is based on the 2008 French film titled Pour Elle written by Fred Cavayé and Guillaume Lemans. This was shot mostly on location in Pittsburgh, PA late last year. Lionsgate is bringing The Next Three Days to theaters everywhere on November 19th this fall. The same day as the new Harry Potter! Interested?
Reader Feedback - 25 Comments
this looks really watchable. and finally we have someone who has to ask how to use a gun compared to in the past where any person can just pick up a gun and know how to load it
lp on Aug 13, 2010
$5 says she ends up not being so innocent at the end. there, saved you all $10. naw, i kid, still would like to see this regardless if i'm right or wrong. like alex said, russell crowe decending into madness is something worth watching for.
lego on Aug 13, 2010
@Ip, you can say that again.
JohnDoe on Aug 14, 2010
That trailer revealed a lot more than I would pay for now in the theatre. /sigh
Wookie on Aug 14, 2010
Looks like it makes excellent use of Pittsburgh location shooting!
Edward C. on Aug 14, 2010
Xerxex on Aug 14, 2010
That was a really well done trailer. Its got me hooked. Obviously i havnt seen it yet but i think it looked a lot more 'real' than law abiding citizen and the acting seemed top notch. I must note that Neeson looks quite amusing as the old raggedy prison escapee.
Torres on Aug 14, 2010
lots of great actors, sign me up
Loser on Aug 14, 2010
The Cast is perfect with the storyline plus the timing is gooood. Bring it on Crowe.
dex on Aug 14, 2010
Elizabeth Banks married to Russell Crowe - I don't think so. Poor casting.
Bash on Aug 14, 2010
The problem with this film is that its ANOTHER remake! This time its a 2008 French thriller called "Anything For Her" starring Diane Kruger. Now seeing as that was only 2 years ago...and having watched it on dvd a little while ago, there is very little point in me watching this as i already know the plot (and it looks identical by the way!). Its seems to me to be a waste of time and money...all they have done is swapped the actors! Much like the upcoming US remake of "Let The Right One In". The original French version is very good with good performances all round...so why waste my time with this version?
vegasdanny on Aug 14, 2010
#11 - i just checked out netflix and "anything for her" (pour elle) isn't on there. and since this version looks good, i don't see the problem with a remake since it makes the movies story available to a new audience. so, it's not "a waste of time and money". maybe it would be a waste of your time since you had access to; and seen the original..........but the rest of us haven't seen it and i can't get it off netflix - so, not a waste of time for us. this looks good. the cast is great and it is nice to see a "normal" person in a movie who (when needing a gun) doesn't know anything about how to use it - much more realistic. i haven't seen it yet; but the trailer had me wondering - why wouldn't they try to sneak out of the city on tug boat or garbage scow (like DeNiro did in "the score")?? anyways, looks like a fun watch!
beavis on Aug 14, 2010
Agreed with vegasdanny, just a shots by shots steroid version of the french film "Pour elle" with a tons of mandatory sweeping city view. This remake looks so unimaginative, it's not even funny. Not liking it all, will pass...
Snooper on Aug 14, 2010
Crowe is such a pain in the ass. I don't hate him, he's just borderline washed up. interesting characters in tow but it seemed lackluster. Sadly, it'll make a ton of money because of the names attached.
Eli on Aug 14, 2010
I was in... until that last shot ... lol Still looks good 😉
Dreckent on Aug 14, 2010
This looks pretty great to me, a thriller with some really fine actors. Crowe and Neeson together? Fantastic. Elizabeth Banks, Olivia Wilde, Brian Dennehy. I like the premise and finally a trailer that doesn't show the entire movie. This doesn't look anything like the cheesier Law Abiding Citizen, this one looks top notch all the way to me.
moviefan on Aug 14, 2010
lol #15 yeah final shot is a bit corny....looks gripping though
dee8 on Aug 14, 2010
ZzFDKzZ on Aug 14, 2010
Not sure I can get excited for Crowe in this the same way you kinda felt like Bulter was in the right in Citizen. They need to at least imply that she was setup by the police. As others stated the likely twist is that she really did do it. I'm on the fence.
Aaron on Aug 15, 2010
this looked pretty sweet until the last 3 seconds.
brian ricci on Aug 15, 2010
Breaking his wife out of jail and run away together from the feds ; A kinder, gentler Bonnie & Clyde? Interesting concept, and Russell is very good in this "I Will Get Even With You Bastards" mode.
Gary the Bruce on Aug 15, 2010
chilin on Aug 16, 2010
"Show me where the bullets go." Awesome.
Adam on Aug 16, 2010
Lando on Sep 3, 2010
I happen to think that Russell Crowe is one of the top actors of this generation. Those that don't, OK....you can go to Nicholas Cage flicks. Also there's a flock of cartoons out there if you don't like remakes. There's something out there for everybody so it's not necessary to run down a great actor...some of us might think you show poor taste. cheers
crowelady on Nov 2, 2010
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