A new red band trailer for James’ upcoming film Trance has just been released – brace yourself! Watch it in full below:
“Trance” Red Band Trailer
February 14, 2013 | By: Celyn | Gallery, Trance, Video | 0 Comments
“Trance” Gets US Release Date & 2 New Posters
January 29, 2013 | By: Celyn | Gallery, News, Trance | 0 Comments
“Trance” Trailer Released
January 10, 2013 | By: Celyn | Gallery, Trance, Video | 0 Comments
Total Film (Feb 13)
December 27, 2012 | By: Celyn | Gallery, Interviews, Trance | 0 Comments
First “Trance” Pictures Online
December 27, 2012 | By: Celyn | Gallery, Trance | 0 Comments
“Trance” Update: Different Role to Fassbender
June 25, 2011 | By: Celyn | News, Rumours, Trance | 0 Comments
Yesterday we reported from Variety that James McAvoy was in “early talks” to star in Danny Boyle‘s 127 Hours follow-up, Trance. We’ve just received word straight from Fox Searchlight that he is confirmed to be in talks, but in a different role than his X-Men: First Class co-star Michael Fassbender was previously circling. As for Fassbender’s involvement, they provided no comment. Could a reunion still be in the works after they carried Fox’s recent blockbuster? We don’t have enough to go on, but stay tuned and read our original story below.
Danny Boyle is set to remake Joe Ahearne‘s 2001 British thriller Trance. The modestly budgeted art heist film is being described in the “dark, sexy, hard-edged tone of Boyle films like Shallow Grave and Trainspotting” and we now have an actor in talks to the role, after Michael Fassbender was rumored.
His X-Men: First Class co-star James McAvoy has entered early talks to play the a role, but not the one of Simon. Fassbender was circling that role of “the shady leader of the gang who partners with the assistant.” Check out a synopsis below.
Boyle, and his producing partner Christian Colson, plan a different kind of production schedule. He will have a London shoot this fall, then take a break to direct the opening 2012 Summer Olympics ceremony. He will then return to the film and edit it for a March 2013 release via Fox Searchlight. Many films are on such a tight production schedule, it will be interesting to see what this extended break can help in the formation of the film.