YAY! It's FINALLY in the right color schemes!!
The newest trailer for the upcoming movie The Giver has surfaced and it's a bit of a doozy, in the BEST WAY POSSIBLE!
Meryl Streep serves up some serious HBIC-vibes in it, Jeff Bridges is the perfect wise old man, and Taylor Swift is even in it but just for a blink!
Alexander Skarsgård and Katie Holmes also pop up a bunch of times too!
The real star, however, is Brenton Thwaites who looks like he's gonna be a brilliant Jonas!
Ch-ch-check out the color-corrected official The Giver trailer (above)!!!
Well, it looks like someone got the whole "the world is black and white" memo fans were enraged about in the first full length trailer!
Another trailer has been released for the highly anticipated The Giver film starring Meryl Streep, Alexander Skarsgård, Katie Holmes, and it's FINALLY got the black and white that's an integral part of the story!
Except it's only in the scenes with Jeff Bridges!
Which is confusing, but at least it HAS black and white, unlike the original one with a brief glimpse of Taylor Swift!
Ch-ch-check out the new teaser (above) and let us know what you think of the color addition!
This Oscar-winning actress is about to spit mad fire on the big screen—in the most unlikely of movies!
Meryl Streep TOTALLY learned to rap for Rob Marshall’s upcoming film adaption of Stephen Sondheim’s musical Into the Woods—and we couldn't be more excited!
In a recent interview, Meryl's co-star James Corden spilled the rapping beans, revealing the star's new rhyming prowess has only helped her impeccable enunciation abilities!
James described her as "less an Eminem, more a 50 Cent type. Mainstream with an edge," so clearly Lady Streep has the skills to back it up!
Maybe that's why 50 and the actress were so friendly at that Lakers game in January!
Can anyone say LESSONS?!?!?
Everything makes so much sense now—and we can't wait for Meryl to slay the rap game on film!
The first official trailer for The Giver dropped a couple weeks ago, and fans were a little peeved. And not just because they couldn't spot a certain brunette Taylor Swift!
No, fans of the source material had a different color problem entirely. In the Giver universe, people can't see color at all; that's part of what makes Jonas' transition as the Receiver so meaningful.
So the movie not being in black and white made absolutely no sense! So, as devotees are wont to do, some very talented fans have given the trailer a half color, half B&W makeover!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to see the fan-corrected trailer! Does this seem more like the book to U?
Strong women in strong roles!
We love to see Meryl Streep, Carey Mulligan, and Helena Bonham Carter working together.
But what makes these three working together even better is that they're working on the movie Suffragette, which is about the British suffragette movement that helped women acquire the right to vote.
And while we know this movie will probably be great, we're happy to get a few glimpses of the ladies on set to prove it's going to be great!
The three were spotted in London looking totally fierce in their vintage garb.
We hope to get plenty more sneak peeks because with these three together it's just triple the goodness!
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Meryl Streep is not just a villain on the big screen!
Sure, the three-time Oscar winner has played some pretty tough cookies, but when it comes to her personal life, turns out things aren't too different.
We saw a glimpse of her Mommy Dearest side as Miranda Priestly in Devil Wears Prada and Mary Fisher in She-Devil, so, actually, we aren't too surprised that it stems from
The Giver’s first official trailer has been released and it is just as awe-inspiring as we had hoped it would be!
For starters, um…Meryl Streep.
Chyeah. Nuff said.
The three-time Oscar winner is joining Alexander Skarsgård, Katie Holmes, Jeff Bridges and new-coming cutie Brenton Thwaites for this film adaptation of the beloved 90s novel that tells of a dystopian future where the world is not as perfect as it may seem!
There’s a definite Hunger Games feel to this first look but the story is unique enough for this movie to find success on its own!
The Giver comes to theaters on August 15!