New Images for TEN YEAR Starring Channing Tatum, Ron Livingston, Justin Long, Rosario Dawson, Chris Pratt, Kate Mara

     August 16, 2011


A few weeks ago we posted the first official image from director Jamie Linden ‘s Ten Year when the film got announced as part of this year’s Toronto Film Festival.  Now, thanks to Voltage Pictures website, we’ve got a number of new images and the first poster.  Starring Channing Tatum, Ron Livingston, Justin Long, Rosario Dawson, Anthony Mackie, Brian Geraghty, Chris Pratt, Kate Mara, Lynn Collins and Oscar Isaac, Ten Year is about a group of friends returning home for their ten year high school reunion.  Hit the jump for more. [Update: We’ve removed the posters at the request of the studio.]

According to the synopsis:

“In the vein of The Big Chill, it follows several different characters over the course of one night, as they attempt to reconcile their current reality with the hopes and desires they had as idealistic teenagers: a returning rock star reunites with the girl he wrote his most famous song for; an engaged insurance salesman comes face to face with his high-school sweetheart for the first time in ten years; two old friends compete to win the affection of the most popular girl in the class; and the school bully tries to make amends.”

When Christina spoke with Kate Mara earlier this year, she told us:

“My character is supposed to be a little bit of a loner, so she unfortunately wasn’t really friends with that many people in high school. It was a little weird for me because I had all of my actor friends in the movie and didn’t really get to do scenes with them. My character wasn’t supposed to really know anybody that well, so that was a funny challenge for me because I really wanted to just hang out with everyone. A lot of my scenes were mainly with this actor named Oscar Isaac, who’s a brilliant actor, and he’s also a friend of mine. It was really fun. There was a lot of improv and just whatever goes.”

Needless to say, with this cast, I’m definitely curious.  Here’s the images and poster.  Both Matt and I will be at this year’s TIFF, so expect a review after the first press screening in a few weeks.  Hat tip to The Playlist for the images.

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