In certain circles there has been much anxious anticipation for the remake of 3:10 to Yuma, the next project to come from James Mangold, writer/director of Walk the Line and director of Girl, Interrupted. From the trailer it looks like the film utilizes some slick cinematography and some famous faces (Christian Bale, Russell Crowe) to make what looks like it could be a successful modern-day Western.
The movie was supposed to come out in October but the studio recently moved the date to September 7 so Yuma would be the first Western flick of the fall (the Coen brothers' No Country for Old Men and Brad Pitt's The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford also come out in the fall). And for those of you aiming to get your fix of dreamy men, there's no need to leave the theaters the weekend of September 7, as Clive Owen's Shoot 'Em Up also opens that day. To watch the dusty, dirty trailer, read more