Blake Lively Never Ages in 'Age of Adaline' Trailer with Harrison Ford
"All these years you've lived, but you've never had a life." After delivering some solid indies like Celeste and Jesse Forever and The Vicious Kind, director Lee Toland Krieger is getting a little whimsical with The Age of Adaline, and the first trailer for the film has just arrived. Blake Lively plays the title character, a woman who mysteriously becomes immortal after an accident. It sounds like a gift, but it also means that she can't grow old with those she loves, as you can see with Ellen Burstyn playing her daughter in the present day. There's an interesting use of an M83 track from the Oblivion soundtrack, and this feels like the kind of movie Disney would release through Touchstone Pictures, but rarely makes anymore. Watch below!
Here's the first trailer for Lee Toland Krieger's The Age of Adaline from Tribute:
Following a near-fatal accident one icy night, a 29-year-old woman named Adaline (Blake Lively) stops aging. With all of her contemporaries, friends and lovers dying off, Adaline becomes a beautiful recluse — afraid of getting hurt by more love and loss. She keeps her condition a secret throughout the 20th century until she meets a man (Michiel Huisman) who may change her life. Harrison Ford and Kathy Baker also star in The Age of Adaline, directed by Lee Toland Krieger (Celese and Jesse Forever) and written by newcomer Salvador Paskowitz and J. Mills Goodloe (The Best of Me). Lionsgate releases the film April 24th, 2015.
Looks good except i watch it every week on ABC it's called "Forever"
Daniel Sanchez on Nov 19, 2014
Where's the scene where she gets trained by Sean Connery in the art of swordsmanship?
TheOct8pus on Nov 19, 2014
Interesting concept. I just don't get why it's always magic? Could it not be just a random mutation? It kind of killed it for me right there.
Armitall on Nov 19, 2014
So she's kind of a vampire who doesn't suck blood. Doesn't sound too exciting.
Nash on Nov 19, 2014
I had to do a double take at Blake Lively playing a 29 year old. Thanks tv casting people for casting 25 year olds to play 16 year olds! (Gossip Girl). Unfortunately I really don't think that she is a good enough of an actress to pull this off also Harrison Ford put me off. But I think I would believe it more if this was a French or Korean movie. Can anyone recommend a movie like this but done in a different country? Is there such a thing?
Resting_bitchface on Nov 19, 2014
I wish her acting ability was as good as her exceptional beauty.
DAVIDPD on Nov 19, 2014
The guy playing the young Harrison Ford looks like he was well cast, maybe a future Indiana Jones candidate? I love the Starwaves remix with the drums added. Ellen Burstyn is turning into the go to actor to play the daughter who out grows her parents. That "let go" line was a good one.
NathanDewey on Nov 19, 2014
Damn the music makes this whole trailer awesome. Otherwise, the movie looks ok, but I"ll probably just rent.
backwardsprogress on Nov 19, 2014
That's the music from Oblivion!
Nielsen700 on Nov 20, 2014
Looks like absolute shit.
ali3000 on Nov 23, 2014
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