Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close : now in theaters !

January 20, 2012


Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close is now released in theaters nationwide in the United States !

The movie is based on Jonathan Safran Foer's 2005 novel and the adaptation has been written by Oscar-winner Eric Roth (Forrest Gump, Benjamin Button). Stephen Daldry is directing and Tom Hanks and Sandra Bullock stars for the first time together. Thomas Horn, who's been acclaimed by the critics for his performance, his making in debut in cinema.
The movie was released in New York City and Los Angeles on Christmas Day last year and is now released in the entire country. However, you will need to wait until February 17 if you live in the United Kingdom and February 23, if you're in Australia.

The movie tells the story of a young boy’s journey from heartbreaking loss to the healing power of self-discovery, set against the backdrop of the tragic events of September 11. Eleven-year-old Oskar Schell is an exceptional child : amateur inventor, Francophile, pacifist. And after finding a mysterious key that belonged to his father, who died in the World Trade Center on 9/11, he embarks on an exceptional journey—an urgent, secret search through the five boroughs of New York. As Oskar roams the city, he encounters a motley assortment of humanity, who are all survivors in their own ways. Ultimately, Oskar’s journey ends where it began, but with the solace of that most human experience: love.

You can take a look at the movie stills, posters, and shooting photos of the movie in the gallery. We've got trailers and TV spots, clips, making-ofs, movie premiere videos and a new 20-minute press junket interview in our videos, as well as some press article about Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close.

       

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George, March 16, 2012

Tom's questionable political activitism has caused me to stop watching (going to) his movies. Here's the latest example of his dishonesty, quoted from an AP story: "OBAMA CAMPAIGN on the automakers' recovery: "With business booming, they repaid their loans." "THE FACTS: The General Motors and Chrysler aid has not been paid back in full, and it is unlikely to be, contrary to the film's narrator, actor Tom Hanks. "More than $1 billion of the $12.5 billion Chrysler bailout is not expected to come back to the government. The government has recouped more than $22 billion of its nearly $50 billion GM bailout after agreeing to take stock in return for most of its investment. But the government's remaining stock would have to rise massively in value for taxpayers to get all their money back. If the stock were sold at some recent values, taxpayers would still be out more than $10 billion." Goodbye, Tom.


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DAN , March 18, 2012

Tom can spread lies to help support his candidate. It's a free country. I can choose to NEVER spend another dime on any movie with his name in the credits. It's a free country.