The anthology film focusing on the love stories found in Big Apple's five boroughs has just revealed its first trailer exposing its A-list cast ensemble that include Natalie Portman and Orlando Bloom.
The ensemble anthology film, "New York, I Love You", has just revealed the first look into the movie that features 12 short films through its first trailer. Focusing on the Big Apple as the city where each of the short love stories take place, the video gives a sneak peek by presenting the star-studded cast ensemble from Hollywood's Shia LaBeouf to Taiwanese Shu Qi.
Said to be the unofficial follow-up to 2007 romance drama "Paris, je t'aime", "New York" highlights on love stories in five boroughs of New York which are conjoined together to form one whole movie. Directed by 12 different helmers from the acclaimed Mira Nair and Shekhar Kapur to newcomers Scarlett Johansson and Natalie Portman, it features the likes of Portman, Rachel Bilson, Kevin Bacon, Maggie Q, Robin Wright Penn, Orlando Bloom, Ethan Hawke, Blake Lively, Andy Garcia, Julie Christie, Christina Ricci, Hayden Christensen and many more as the stars of the unique flick.
This Palm Pictures' flick has yet to have its official release date, but it is expected to be outed in midst February 2009. Still, before it is making its debut in the theaters across the country, "New York" has been slated to make its world premiere at the 33rd Annual Toronto International Film Festival which will be held from September 4 to 13.
"New York, I Love You" Trailer: