Aug 2, 2008 >CinemaBlend has posted a new trailer for Pride and Glory. The only question I have about this new trailer is that it seems to me that it gives away an important plot twist. >New P&G trailer. The old trailer is up at the official site. Pride and Glory will be released on Oct 24.
Feb 27, 2008- The delay of Pride and Glory has led to a public fight between Gavin O'Connor and New Line Studios chairman Bob Shaye. The whole story is in today's Variety [Thanks to Eva for the news!!!]
'Pride and Glory' delay stirs up fray
Feb 8, 2008- In an interview, Colin Farrell has explained the reasons behind the delay of Pride and Glory Pride and Glory's Delay Explained by Colin Farrell [Thanks to Monica for the info!!!]:
Jan 18, 2008- As I mentioned in yesterday's update, Pride and Glory has been moved from a Mar 2008 release date to a 2009 release date. Today's Variety fills in some of the details. New Line Cinema is moving it's schedule around. It is postponing the film Inkheart from a Mar 18 release date "in part because the studio believed it couldn't adequately market the pic in light of the hit television is taking from the writers strike...In terms of the marketing worries, New Line said it was concerned that the loss of first-run shows would minimize the impact of television spots. It's the first time that a studio publicly expressed such a concern since the strike started." While the article mainly focuses on Inkheart, New Line's decision to postpone Pride and Glory probably follows this same line of reasoning. [Thanks to Robin and Donna for the info!!!]
Jan 17, 2008- Today's LA Times has an article on Colin Farrell. The last sentence of the article notes that Pride and Glory was "recently bumped to a 2009 release date" from its March 14, 2008 slot. Although the Pride and Glory official site still gives the March 14 date, there is no mention of the film on the New Line Cinema official site
Nov 3, 2007- The Pride and Glory official site is up and features the trailer. I can't wait for this movie!!! The site also features pics. [Thanks to Esra and hisgirltobe for the info!!!]
Aug 14, 2007- Robin found out that Pride and Glory release date is March 14, 2008 [Thanks to Robin for the info!!!]
Apr 30, 2007- Comingsoon.net gives a release date of 1/4/08 for EN's next film "Pride and Glory". Don't put it on your calendar yet, it may change in the future [Thanks to David for the info!!!].
Feb 12, 2007- EN and Jon Voight did some reshoots Friday in downtown Manhattan. Photo thumbnails are posted on WENN [Thanks to Kayla for the info!!!]
Jan 13, 2007- This morning, I came across an article from Canada's National Post called Lucky Streak: Joe Carnahan worried he'd never work in Hollywood again. His action-packed comeback proves fortune favours the bold and found something a little strange. "His screenplay for Pride and Glory, another cop drama -- this one featuring Colin Farrell and Edward Norton--is near completion." Pride and Glory finished filming last year.
Dec 6, 2006- Charity Folks has an auction for two tickets to the Pride and Glory premiere as well as the afterparty. No date has been set for the premiere (I don't think the film has a release date yet). So if you've got the cash to spend, good luck (and why haven't I met you before?)
Jun 13, 2006- It appears that principal photography has been completed on Pride and Glory (if the IMDB P&G message Board is correct).
Apr 28, 2006 In today's Hollywood Reporter it is announced that Jennifer Ehle will replace Samantha Morton. If you've been reading the IMDB Pride and Glory message board for a while, this is not breaking news. What might surprise people who have read the board is that the reason given for Morton leaving the role was scheduling conflicts. I don't traffic in gossip so I feel very stupid in even discussing this subject. We're not going to know definitively whether Morton was fired, quit, or there was a mutual decision for her departure. And we're not going to know the specific reasons that led to the decision. What I think you can take away from the information posted on the board is that it was an abrupt departure that probably had absolutely nothing to do with anyone's schedule. Why am I bringing it up? In the future, I will never read the phrase "scheduling conflicts" in trade papers again without wondering if it is some diplomatic way to report a casting change.
Mar 15, 2006 From the IMDB boards, more pics from filming posted on Empire Online. These are the best pics for the simple reason that they don't include a watermark or other writing to mar the pic Empire Online
Mar 13, 2006 Today's Variety reports that Jon Voight will replace Nick Nolte
More pics were taken of EN filming Pride and Glory. These were taken at 15th Ave and 212th Street in Bayside, Queens on March 7th and 8th. The photographer put his email address over the pics before posting them, so they're really only good to give you an idea of what's going on [Thanks to Matt for the info! Thanks to Brad who took the pics and thanks to Maria who posted them on Imdb]. Pride Pics
Feb 27, 2006 WENN has posted pics of EN on set today filming Pride and Glory on location on
Audobon Ave and 176th Street
[Thanks to Danielle for the info!!!] The WENN website has larger versions of the photos, but
they are marred by the WENN logo to prevent them from being published elsewhere, so
I prefer the smaller ones. Here are two of them:
Feb 16, 2006 There is a follow-up in the NY Daily News on yesterday's story on NYPD Officer Eric Hernandez being honored in Pride and Glory. It appears that Officer Hernandez's family had not been told of the plans to honor him with a headstone, a plaque at his precinct, and a tribute at the end of the film as well as Colin Farrell attending the funeral and portions of the funeral being filmed. In yesterday's NY Daily News article, his maternal aunt expressed surprise that his mother's side of the family had not been told in advance. In today's article, his father stated that he was informed after the funeral, not before. The main source for yesterday's information was the NYPD football team manager. The NY Daily News article from yesterday also includes a quote from executive producer Marcus Viscidi: "The director's father is retired NYPD. Everything was handled, and meant, in a most respectful way." Unfortunately, this seems to have been mismanaged. The director and/or producer along with an NYPD representative probably should have approached each side of the family quietly for their approval before the funeral or they should not have gone ahead with anything. It makes the difference between a respectful tribute and hard feelings. Since the articles first appeared yesterday, the story has been widely reprinted.
Feb 15, 2006 Today's NY Daily News and Newsday report that NYPD Officer Eric Hernandez, who mas mistakenly shot by another cop, will be honored in Pride and Glory. Officer Hernandez "had agreed along with other members of the NYPD football team to be extras in the film." The film's production company will pay for his cemetery headstone and an honorary plaque in his precinct stationhouse. Colin Farrell attended the funeral on Monday. Portions of the funeral procession were filmed to serve as a guide to help the re-creation of a funeral procession in the film. From the NY Daily News
Dec 13, 2005 Today's Hollywood Reporter has news on casting. Lake Bell is in negotiations to join the cast. The most important piece of news that I took from the article is that filming is now scheduled to start in February in New York. The casting announcement of EN back in late September stated that filming would begin in Jan. The cast includes EN, Colin Farrell, Nick Nolte, Samantha Morton and Noah Emmerich. More on Pride and Glory. Below is a synopsis from today's article
Bell will play Megan, who is married to tough cop Jimmy Egan (Farrell). When she discovers her husband's complicity in a police corruption scandal that her brother (Norton) is investigating, she must choose between her husband and her family.
Posted: Mon., Sep. 26, 2005, 10:00pm PT
New Line has 'Pride'
O'Connor's 'Glory' sets Farrell, Norton
By MICHAEL FLEMING, BEN FRITZ
New Line Cinema is in negotiations with Edward Norton, Colin Farrell and Noah Emmerich to star in "Pride and Glory," a generational drama about a family of police officers in New York torn apart by a corruption scandal.
Gavin O'Connor will direct a script he wrote with Joe Carnahan. Greg O'Connor is producing. Shooting will begin in January in New York.
Norton is poised to play a homicide detective who is assigned to investigate the precinct run by his older brother (Emmerich). Farrell plays the investigator's best friend, a cop in that precinct who might be dirty himself.
O'Connor began writing the film after his 1999 debut, "Tumbleweeds," and he and his brother have been laboring that long to tell a story that is personal to both. It is being done through their Solaris banner.
"My father was a New York City detective, and I grew up in that world," the director said. "It's a celebration of honest cops, which was everything my father was about. Though it is fictional, it is an homage to my father."
New Line production president Toby Emmerich said he has been a fan of the script for several years.
"This is a police drama that has qualities of family, corruption and redemption that ring true," he said.
O'Connor is working for the first time with Norton and Farrell, but Noah Emmerich has starred i n both of his films, "Tumbleweeds" and "Miracle."
Farrell, who's shooting the Michael Mann-directed "Miami Vice," stars in the upcoming Terrence Malick-directed "The New World" from New Line.
Norton just completed "The Illusionist" and is shooting "The Painted Veil" in China.
Date in print: Tue., Sep. 27, 2005, Los Angeles
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