Watch This: Julia Roberts' Eat Pray Love Final Official Trailer
Did you know that this movie was both written and directed by Glee co-creator Ryan Murphy? You do now! Sony has debuted a third and final official trailer for Ryan Murphy's Eat Pray Love starring Julia Roberts, James Franco, Javier Bardem, Billy Crudup, Richard Jenkins and Viola Davis. Yes, I know it's a chick flick, but it looks really good, like I may actually go see this, just as a bit of cinematic entertainment. We featured the first trailer in March and a new international trailer a few weeks ago that were very similar to this one, but we get to spend more time with Jenkins and Bardem in this new one. I hope a few of you check this out!
Watch the third and final trailer for Ryan Murphy's Eat Pray Love:
You can also watch the final Eat Pray Love trailer in High Definition on Facebook
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 memoirs by Elizabeth Gilbert.
Eat Pray Love was 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 - 18 Comments
I want to see Bardem as a hitman again...so sick of his film choices being chick flicks.
Peloquin on Jun 28, 2010
I have only one thing to say about this movie and the book that came before it: if a man told the same story with the same sense of entitlement this woman did he'd be crucified. However, since it was a woman telling the story she gets on Oprah and gets a movie deal.
Will on Jun 28, 2010
Javier's character will only sleep with Julia 's character.. if she chooses heads or tales. The film is no called "no sexo for middle aged women."
sb on Jun 28, 2010
I swear every time I see a pic of Javier Bardem I think it's JDM! Who's with me?
Sean on Jun 28, 2010
This looks and sounds AWFUL.
John Doe on Jun 28, 2010
Looks good. I like the vibe, even if we've seen this story a millions times before
sedna on Jun 28, 2010
So what ever happened to Drink, Play, F@#K film?
Seanski on Jun 29, 2010
is the Eddie Vedder track in the trailer (has to slow internet for streaming video) ? that's the only redeeming quality for me)
ryderup on Jun 29, 2010
I think the tune in the trailer is Florence and the Machine. Looks a bit of a hippie movie. Really hope the Bali bombing doesn't play a heartstring twanging moment in this film.
Crapola on Jun 29, 2010
meh....i wish javier bardem picked better roles
deedee8 on Jun 29, 2010
i realy don't care, about the existential problems of a rich bitch.
srdiaz on Jun 29, 2010
Its sad she didn't get to see those child prostitutes and labour while she visited these countries. And she's worried about her appetite!
dex on Jun 29, 2010
Well, I will have to see it first, but it looks like the story of a woman who is on a quasi-spiritual quest of some sort who finds out that what she really wants is... a man. How enlightening.
kitano0 on Jun 29, 2010
love the trailer but at the same time i feel like i just saw the whole movie. maybe that's because i read the book. but, what the hell happened to trailers that left you dying to see the movie by they teased you, wetted your appetite and created demand, need, anticipation. this is what i hate about the modern hollywood. but of course that doesn't deter me from wanting to see the film opening weekend. i just wish they did some market research to find out if we we bought into wanting to see the film when we heard rumor of it being filmed? 1st teaser trailer or now with this 3rd tell the whole story trailer. cuz if hollywood did this maybe they would stop showing us the whole movie before we bought a ticket.
alena on Jun 29, 2010
Duck on Jun 30, 2010
She is self centered and narcissistic and at times annoying but I enjoyed Gilbert's story anyway and Julia is a good choice for this role. I think I will enjoy the movie.
flo on Jul 2, 2010
I think the story is inspirational. Many people are stuck, lost and unfufilled, and the best thing they (we) can do, is flollow are dreams and go after something that makes us feel happy, full and even maybe be lucky enough to find true love.
beth on Jul 10, 2010
I think that the book was fantastic! The concept that one should understand oneself before becoming involved with anyone else is a great concept in todays day and age. A lot of people strive to find their perfect match without truly finding themselves and I hope the message of the book is clear in the movie for those who have not read it! It's very inspirational.
Amrit on Jul 14, 2010
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