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Movie Preview: New York, I Love You

I really enjoyed the movie Paris, je t'aime, partially because so many of the actors in it are wonderful, but also because I like the format of it. It's a bunch of short stories, each one set in a different neighborhood of Paris. Now there's a trailer for a follow-up to Paris, je t'aime, focusing this time on the romance/craziness/magic of the Big Apple: New York, I Love You.

There are so many well-known actors in this film, it makes me wonder if the few who are not in it feel left out. Chris Cooper, Julie Christie, Natalie Portman, Orlando Bloom, Kevin Bacon, Christina Ricci, Shia LaBeouf, Rachel Bilson, Blake Lively, and so, so many more. You can see the full list here, though as a warning, reading all of it might make your eyes tired. Also just like the French anthology, the short films are directed by some recognizable names, like Mira Nair, Bret Rattner, and Scarlett Johansson.

The trailer looks pretty freaking awesome and, to go along with the famous names involved, utilizes some catchy, familiar tunes. Apparently the film won't open until Feb. 13, 2009, but to check out the trailer anyway,


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