“Hail, Caesar” in Theaters Today (You Should Go See It)
The Coen Brothers’ latest offering Hail, Caesar! has just made its way into theaters today and it really is (and we’re not saying this lightly) one of their best.
Every bit of their signature dry humor that has found its way into even their grimmest dramas served itself very well throughout and the Coens spectacularly reveled in Hollywood’s Golden Age, lavish musical numbers, warts, and all. The stellar ensemble cast lives up to expectations including a nimble Channing Tatum in an intricate, decidedly non-Magic Mike dance routine.
Woven through all of that is some pretty great socio-economic, political, and spiritual commentary that puts Hail, Caesar! up there in the Coen Brothers canon with The Big Lebowski.
If you wanna catch it in LA, here are LA showtimes.
This Might Be the Funniest Trailer for “Hail, Caesar” Yet
Less focused on the plot about a Hollywood fixer trying to rescue a studio’s leading man back in Hollywood’s Golden Age and more focused on classic Coen Brothers humor and the refined abilities of Ralph Fiennes, this trailer assures you that you should really go see Hail, Caesar! in theaters when it comes out on Feb. 5th.
Here’s a TV Spot for The Coen Brothers’ “Hail, Caesar!”
There’s only a few more weeks left before the release of The Coen Brothers’ Hail, Caesar! Specifically, the release is set for theaters on Feb. 5th.
The Coens return to comedy looks more and more enticing as evidenced by this brand new TV spot.
Here’s The First Trailer for The Coen Brothers’ “Hail, Caesar!”
Have you been missing The Coen Brothers’ more humorous side as of late?
If so, you’ll been happy to know that their wonderfully dry comedy streak seems to run all through the trailer of their latest offering, “Hail, Caesar!”.
Boasting a stellar cast of Josh Brolin, George Clooney, Scarlett Johansson, Tilda Swinton, Ralph Fiennes, Channing Tatum, and Jonah Hill as well as lavishly done up set pieces of Hollywood’s classic Golden Age, Hail, Caesar! looks to be everything we were hoping it would be.
Watch the trailer here.
Coen Brothers’ “Hail, Caesar!” To Be a Musical Comedy, Sort Of
(via The Hollywood Reporter)
This might be more ambitious than what they did with O Brother, Where Art Thou?
The Coen Brothers’ upcoming “Hail, Caesar!” will follow a day in the life of a studio “fixer” in 1950s Hollywood and will also include going in between many productions and their various musical numbers. The actual main story won’t be a musical, but will have several different musicals within in it.
The problems that the “fixer” is there to see will apparently be serious, but the juxtaposition of those lavish musical numbers from Old Hollywood should provide the type of signature dry humor of The Coen Brothers.
We can’t wait to see what The Coens got up their sleeve this time. Maybe, they’ll run into Barton Fink?
Coen Brothers’ “Hail, Caesar!” Coming in 2016
(via The Hollywood Reporter)
The Coen Brothers’ Hollywood-set-1950s period comedy “Hail Caesar!” following a “fixer” has drummed up excitement ever since it was first announced.
Taking a cue, perhaps, from the rising trend of announcing release dates years in advance, Hail, Caesar! has just locked a release date for Feb. 5th, 2016.
Fortunately, 2014 is almost over, so it’s closer to a year and a half that we’ll have to wait rather than two years for this.
Jonah Hill and Scarlett Johansson in Talks to Join Coen Brothers’ “Hail, Caesar!”
The Coen Brothers’ latest edition to their period piece Hollywood comedy Hail, Caesar! might just be Jonah Hill and Scarlett Johansson. Both are currently in talks right now to join the cast and it comes as little surprise that the Coens could have a cast including Josh Brolin, George Clooney, Ralph Fiennes, Tilda Swinton, and Channing Tatum.
Potentially, Schmidt and Jenko could be in a Coen Brothers movie.