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A brand new “On the Road” image!

A brand new image of Amy has been published among several other cast members by The Playlist today. Based on what we see at the left side, it seems a poster or a crop from a magazine (maybe a special done by Trois Couleurs magazine?), but it totally worth the view.

On the Road premiere in Cannes will be tomorrow, and after it the film is likely to go on a festival run (it’s already been scheduled to screen at the Sydney Film Festival next month) before a theatrical release this fall through IFC Films & Sundance Selects, who picked it up earlier this month.

“On The Road” Cannes Premiere On May 23rd

The official Cannes Film Festival started today and “On The Road” producer Charlies Gillibert has said that the film will have its Cannes premiere on wednesday May 23rd. No words yet if Amy will be attending, but I hope she does. Cast confirmed to attend are Kristen Stewart, Sam Riley, Garrett Hedlund, Kirsten Dunst, Viggo Mortensen, Danny Morgan & Tom Sturridge.

That was asked on our comments, but I though it could be good to have it posted at the main page.

AMC Networks Picks Up ‘On The Road’

A week before it premieres in competition at the Cannes Film Festival, On The Road has been acquired by AMC Networks. Picking up all U.S. rights to Walter Sallies’ adaptation of Jack Kerouac’s Beat Generation classic, AMC Networks announced that its distribution labels IFC Films and Sundance Selects will release the film later this fall.


“On The Road” Promotional Still

Finally a picture of Amy as Jane has surfaced! Thanks to Busem for sharing it!

“On the Road” website launched

The official website for the “On the Road” movie has just been launched. There’s no new media files regarding Amy, unless a page dedicated to her on their cast session, so I’ll looking forward to see what they have to share with us.

“On The Road” Character Poster: Jane

Finally the poster of Jane a.k.a. Joan Vollmer has been released. Check it:

Excited much?

First Full Trailer for Walter Salles’ Adaptation of ‘On the Road’

The film’s official Facebook page has debuted the first trailer for On The Road, directed by Walter Salles, and starring Sam Riley as Sal Paradise, Garrett Hedlund as Dean Moriarty and also Kristen Stewart with supporting roles for Kirsten Dunst, Viggo Mortensen, Amy Adams, Alice Braga, Steve Buscemi, Terrence Howard, Elizabeth Moss and Tom Sturridge.

“On The Road” Poster Released

After more than thirty years in development, a big screen adaptation of Jack Kerouac’s iconic “On the Road” is finally headed to theaters this year. British up and comer Sam Riley plays Sal Paradise, Jack Kerouac’s semi-autobiographical portrait of a Beat Generation writer who goes on a journey of booze, drugs and self-discovery with his best friend, Dean Moriarty, played by Garrett Hedlund and based on real life Beat icon Neal Cassady. Kristen Stewart joins them for part of the journey as Dean’s wife Marylou, and others including Viggo Mortensen, Amy Adams, Kirsten Dunst, Tom Sturridge and more meander in and out of the path of the two friends.

The Walter Salles directed film has been receiving very positive early buzz and is expected to bow at the Cannes Film Festival this May, with a France release date to match, while we’re betting a date that’s a little more Oscar-friendly is being eyed for its US release. See the poster in larger size in our gallery and follow the movie’s official Facebook and Twitter.

‘On The Road’ to open in Cannes!

Producer Charle Gillibert has announced the following, via Twitter: “Am happy to share with you : OTR french release the 23rd of may, more to come.”

OTR? That’s On the Road, directed by Walter Salles, and starring Kristen Stewart, Sam Riley, and Garrett Hedlund. As for the May 23 released date in France, does that mean On the Road will be screened at the Cannes Film Festival? Possibly. Cannes 2012 runs from May 16-27.


“On the Road” very likely to go to Venice

It seems “On the Road” it’s in early selections for Venice Film Festival. It was released the initial program for premieres at the 2011 events, next August 31/September 10, and it has several highly-antecipared films set for screening.

“On the Road” is under consideration. The remainder of the lineup for the Venice Biennale’s Cinema section, including films in competition, will be announced during a July press conference from Rome.