Tuesday

New stuff from Eat, Pray, Love.

I absolutely can't wait to see Eat, Pray, Love this August. So I was thrilled to see that a new international trailer was released this week:



It's pretty similar to the first one:



Also I have a feeling the soundtrack is going to be amazing too. I love that Florence + The Machine song used in the trailer, and now Eddie Vedder just released a new single, Better Days, for the movie. You can listen to it here.
How very exciting!

13 comments:

  1. I can't wait!!! Thanks for posting the trailer. Love it.

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  2. I am sooooo excited for this movie. I loved the book- and I love Julia Roberts. I can't wait to see it!! :)

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  3. I couldn't stand the book, but I can't wait to see the movie. Go figure.

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  4. ok, so I might be the only woman left in north america that hasn't read the book. I've heard mixed things about it but I guess I should read it to make my own decision. The movie looks wonderful!!

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  5. Looks amazing!


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  6. I have about ten pages left to the book .. I have loved it so much that I can't finish it. I don't know what to read after that will keep me this enlightened! Any suggestions?

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  7. I loved the book too, the first 2 parts in particular. I'm also looking for a new novel.... if anyone has any suggestions....

    xoxo

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  8. i read the book a few years ago so was beyond excited when I heard it was being made into a film. I hope we don't have to wait too long for it to come out here in the UK! Thanks for posting the trailer :)

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  9. i am reeeeeally looking forward to this one!

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  10. I feel like the only person that hasn't read this book :( My personal requirement is to read books before I see the movie but I may have to break my own rule for this one! A movie of Julia's is probably worth it ;)

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