Premiere of Matt Damon's 'Hereafter' Closes New York Film Fest
The 48th New York Film Festival was wrapped on Sunday, October 10 and "Hereafter (2010)" was premiered during the closing night. Coming to promote the film at the Alice Tully Hall was lead actor Matt Damon who was accompanied by his pregnant wife Luciana Barroso.
Director Clint Eastwood also brought along his spouse Dina Eastwood to the special screening while female lead Bryce Dallas Howard made a solo appearance. Other female cast Cecile de France and Jenifer Lewis as well as scribe/executive producer Peter Morgan additionally spared their time on the weekend to support the event.
To give more preview to "Hereafter", Warner Bros. Pictures has just released four clips from the film. Three of the clips highlight Matt Damon's George while the other one shares scene featuring Cecile de France's Marie.
"Hereafter" tells the story of three people who are touched by death in different ways. Blue-collar American George has a special connection to the afterlife, French journalist Marie has a near-death experience that shakes her reality, and London schoolboy Marcus desperately needs answers for the death of the person closest to him. Each on a path in search of the truth, their lives will intersect, forever changed by what they believe might-or must-exist in the hereafter.
This thriller supernatural will open in selected U.S. theaters on October 15.
'Hereafter' clip 'It's Not a Gift, It's a Curse!':
'Hereafter' clip 'Can I Ask You a Question?':
'Hereafter' clip 'I Don't Do That Anymore':
'Hereafter' clip 'Experienced Death':
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