New Trailer & TV Spots for Clint Eastwood's 'Trouble with the Curve'
"I'm not helpless." "No - you're crazy!" Warner Bros has started debuting some extra marketing for Robert Lorenz's Trouble with the Curve, which hits theaters in a surprisingly quick four weeks. Trouble with the Curve stars Clint Eastwood as an aging, ailing baseball scout, Amy Adams as his daughter, as the two team up for one last recruiting trip. The cast also features John Goodman, Justin Timberlake and Robert Patrick. Our friends at The Film Stage not only found a different "90s" edit of the original trailer, but four TV spots for the movie. Which I will honestly say looks good, or at least quite entertaining. Enjoy!
Here's the second trailer for Robert Lorenz's Trouble with the Curve, found via The Film Stage:
Here's one of the new TV spots for Robert Lorenz's Trouble with the Curve, from YouTube:
Here's the other new TV spot for Robert Lorenz's Trouble with the Curve, from YouTube:
Here's the third new TV spot for Robert Lorenz's Trouble with the Curve, from YouTube:
Here's the fourth new TV spot for Robert Lorenz's Trouble with the Curve, from YouTube:
Robert Lorenz's Trouble with the Curve, from a script by Randy Brown, focuses on Clint Eastwood as Gus, an aging Atlanta Braves scout with vision problems whose daughter, Mickey (Adams), reluctantly agrees to be his eyes on a crucial recruiting trip. “They’re having trouble communicating. They always have, and now they’ve come to a point in the relationship where it’s either going to change or it’s not. He needs a little help, and she decides it’s worth the effort.” If you've seen Moneyball, he's the kind of old school scout who picks based on instinct and observation. One friend is Johnny (Timberlake), a scout from a rival team who has a lot of loyalty to Gus. Warner Bros has this set for release September 21st next month. Looking better?
No one's left a comment yet, so I'm just going to say, "I like Amy Adams."
DAVIDPD on Aug 25, 2012
'Best seats in the house', Awwwwwww I was so moved, had a little cry.
Carpola on Aug 26, 2012
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