Endless Love is an upcoming romance drama movie directed by Shana Feste. It is the remake of the 1981 movie of the same name. It stars Alex Pettyfer and Gabriella Wilde in the lead role.
The new trailer for Universal Pictures’ Endless Love remake sets up the classic story of rich girl meets boy from the wrong side of the tracks. Magic Mike’s Alex Pettyfer and newcomer Gabriella Wilde (who can be seen in the upcoming remake of Carrie) play the film’s star-crossed lovers obliviously caught up in a steamy coming-of-age romance.
Things take a turn for the dramatic when Wilde’s on screen father (played by Star Trek’s Bruce Greenwood) gets wind of their relationship, begins uncovering Pettyfer’s dark past, and tries to stop his daughter’s whirlwind relationship.
The upcoming Hollywood remake of ‘Endless Love’ won’t hit theaters until Valentine’s Day 2014, but the movie already has a trailer featuring a haunting cover of the 1986 Robert Palmer hit ‘Addicted to Love’ by Skylar Grey.
The original ‘Endless Love’ from 1981 starred Brooke Shields and Martin Hewitt, with Tom Cruise making an appearance in his first movie role. The remake features Alex Pettyfer and Gabriella Wilde in the story of young lovers who encounter a series of obstacles. The trailer presents various scenes from the film, with Grey’s cover giving the teaser an eerie, dramatic tone.
Watch the trailer below:
The movie is scheduled to be released on Valentines Day.
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Hits the theaters on 3.21.14
Writers: Evan Daugherty (screenplay), Vanessa Taylor(screenplay), Veronica Roth
Stars: Shailene Woodley, Miles Teller, Kate Winslet
Genre: Action, Adventure, Romance
The most improbable extraordinary winged animal couple alive now has company.
In 2011’s richly energized hit Rio, tamed macaw Blu (Jesse Eisenberg) and his wild same-species introductory outing Jewel (Anne Hathaway) become friends and sent film industry sparkles flying. Presently, the winged animals — and the bumblebees — have truly broken in for the 3-D spin-off Rio 2 Releasing This April.
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