Francis Lawrence tweeted a couple days ago about finishing a new Water for Elephants trailer (see post HERE).
Now, according to the Official Water For Elephants Movie page on Facebook, we know that it will be released next week.
According to Projectionlist (see post HERE) there were two possible release dates for the new trailer, March 4th or March 11th. With the new info, March 4th seems to be the right date *fingers crossed* :)
France and Germany now have their own Water for Elephants movie tie-in edition
German Movie Tie-In
We posted a few days ago about a possible German Premiere in Berlin on April 27th (see post HERE)
RobertPattinsonFans contacted Fox Germany and got confirmation that there will be a premiere!
Francis Lawrence tweeted about International premieres (see post HERE) and now there are rumors that we can add France to the list. Google translation of this article:
The information has not yet been officially confirmed but several sources have circulated the info: Robert Pattinson should be present in Paris in April. He would come to promote his new film “Water for Elephants,” in which he gives in particular the response to Reese Witherspoon. In any case, what we do know is that the actor will be shooting in Vancouver until April 15. His arrival in France would be likely in late April … Play-Academy is sure to keep you informed as soon as things become clearer. For fans of Robert Pattinson and Twilight , do not miss out of all the secrets of the Twilight Saga: The Official Guide illustrated that will appear on April 13!
Your 2011 Books-Into-Films Lineup, From ‘Eyre’ To ‘Water’ To ‘Desert’
Water For Elephants (April 22)
The Book: A runaway bestseller, Sara Gruen’s historical novel centers on circus worker Jacob Jankowski and the eclectic cast of characters working for The Benzini Brothers’ Most Spectacular Show on Earth. Gruen wrote the novel in a month, apparently, basing the core of the book on the story of Jacob from the Book of Genesis. The paperback edition hit #1 on the New York Times bestseller list in 2007.
The Film: Combine one-part Reese Witherspoon and one-part Robert Pattinson, and a couple of pachyderms, and you may have Pattinson’s most successful book-to-screen outing that isn’t Twilight. Bonus: Fewer screaming girls to contend with. Trailer here.
See It With: Circus folk. You know some, right?
Source: German Movie Tie-In | French Movie Tie-In/Via | France WFE Premiere/Via/Via | NPR/Via