Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Trailer: Carla Bruni in "Midnight in Paris", the latest Woody Allen

Much has been talked about Midnight in Paris, the new Woody Allen, but had not seen any film image. This has now changed since the first trailer comes to surface. Filmed in the French capital last summer, Midnight in Paris has already done much about him, thanks to (or because of) the presence in the casting of Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, who, sources say, would not fallen short of expectations by Woody Allen, to return her scenes dozens of times.

Rumors that the director himself swept but continue to talk. Anyway, the singer of "Somebody told me" well this is the film's credits, in which she plays the role of director of the Rodin Museum. A small role in short. Headlining the latest Woody Allen has nothing to envy to Carla Bruni, on the contrary.

The film in fact offers a great lineup of stars, starting with Owen Wilson, Rachel McAdams, Marion Cotillard, Adrien Brody and even ... Gad Elmaleh. Midnight in Paris will be released in theaters next May 11. That same day, the film will open the 64th Cannes Film Festival, where it will be shown out of competition.

Romantic comedy both American and "so frenchy," Midnight in Paris follows an American family visiting the French capital for business. Among them, a newly married couple in search of a better life. As in all the films of Woody Allen, the setting is very important in Midnight in Paris and the city becomes (almost) a full-fledged character.

Bias seen in the trailer, we invite you to discover:

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