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The Beatles might be long gone, but Eleanor Rigby has been located in New York City.
A 40-day shoot for the Jessica Chastain and James McAvoy starrer “The
Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby” wraps this week in the Big Apple in
time for sales agent Myriad Pictures to present footage to buyers for
the first time at the Toronto International Film Festival next month. As
it stands, the double-sided project has already racked up a number of
sales ahead of that showcase.
films have been made: “The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: His” and
“The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Hers,” focusing on one married
couple, the first film told from the husband’s perspective and the
second from the wife’s. Written and directed by Ned Benson, the films
star James McAvoy and Jessica Chastain as the main couple.
Myriad has pre-sold the film to a number of different territories,
including Wanda for Spain, Transmission for Australia, Swen in Latin
America, Eagle in the Middle East, D Productions in Turkey, Aurora in
the Ukraine, Five Stars in Israel, Koch in Italy and Lanterna in
Portugal. Kim and Jim Productions will release the film in the U.S.
The cast includes Isabelle Huppert, William Hurt, Viola Davis, Bill
Hader, Ciaran Hinds, Jess Wexler and Nina Arianda. Chastain produced the
film alongside Cassandra Kulukundis. Myriad's Kirk D’Amico serves as an
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The Berlinale is a big European Film Market event in Feb.: http://www.berlinale.de/en/das_festival/festivalprofil/profil_der_berlinale/index.html
They should find more distributors there.
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Talk then turns to his role as a father in The Disappearance of Eleanor
Rigby, Ned Benson's project about a married New York couple told from
both perspectives in two films - His and Hers (Jessica Chastain). "They
offered me that about three years ago," reveals McAvoy. "But I said no,
because I'd just had my first kid and thought there's no chance I'm
doing this film about the death of a kid. No way! And then summertime
last year they phoned up and said Joel Edgerton has pulled out and we've
got exactly four days to get someone else in who can help us get us the
same kind of funding that he was getting us - you interested now? And
you know, my kid was a couple of years old at that point and doing very
well and I felt more philosophical about it. I loved the script, it was
beautiful... It's fucking harrowing emotionally, but that's kind of why,
hopefully, it'll be good. Because we're talking about harrowing
circumstances, and adult love and the trauma that adult love can inflict
upon each other because it's such a powerful thing."
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