Color us excited, frequent Wes collaborator Roman Coppola (co-writer of The Darjeeling Limited and Moonrise Kingdom) is back with his second directorial effort A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III, coming more than a decade after his wonderful film CQ. The film stars Charlie Sheen in the title role, as a graphic designer with girl trouble. We’re most excited though by Coppola cousin Jason Schwartzman and American hero Bill Murray, who appear to play Swan’s best friend and father figure, respectively. The film comes out in the US on February 8th. We’ll be first in line.
See it below or at Apple in HD.
Noah Baumbach is of course the co-writer of The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, and Fantastic Mr. Fox, and the director of the Wes produced The Squid and the Whale.
Greenburg is scheduled to be released on March 12, 2010 from Focus Features.
Some wisdom from slashfilm:
Originally there were rumors that the first trailer for Wes Anderson’s animated Fantastic Mr. Fox would be attached to Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs. As you’ve probably figured out by now, the trailer was not attached. So right now, I have no idea when the trailer will hit. Anyone have any ideas? The movie isn’t scheduled to hit theaters until mid-November so there is still a lot of time. The next possible sighting would be Fox’s hybrid Aliens in the Attic on July 31st.
The kids over at IMDB similarly wonder out loud:
I think the best bets are Harry Potter (highly unlikely), G-Force (also unlikely), and Aliens in the Attic (probably the best bet seeing as how it’s the same studio.)
According to the Wikipedia entry for the film, the trailer for Fantastic Mr. Fox will be attached to Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, which opens July 1st. There’s no citation in the entry for this information (it could merely be derived from this IMDb message board post), but it would make sense as both films are Fox releases and were produced by Blue Sky Studios.
Either way I wouldn’t be surprised if the trailer were released online before then. In the meantime, there’s this.