Saturday, September 20, 2014
Big Eyes and A Most Violent Year Trailers
Love him or hate him, Tim Burton has made plenty of memorable movies throughout the course of his lengthy career. This year, some anticipate that Burton will restore his Oscar-level of filmmaking with the upcoming biopic, Big Eyes. Amy Adams stars as Margaret Keane, a timid female artist whose husband (Christoph Waltz) claimed credit for all of her popular paintings during the 1950s and 1960s. Big Eyes appears to have the makings of something special with two perennial Oscar-contending performers (Adams and Waltz), as well as Burton's unique vision to a truly captivating story.
In other potential Oscar news, a first look into J.C. Chandor's crime-fused drama, A Most Violent Year, has been unleashed unto the masses. While some were beginning to think the film might drop from awards season contention, Chandor and company have made it known they're releasing the work in late December. Oscar Issac and Jessica Chastain star as a married couple and business owners living in New York City during 1981, what's been widely chronicled as the most violent year in the city's history. With details at a minimum and only a teaser trailer to satisfy our craving, check out a brief look into A Most Violent Year.