Super Hi-Res version here at movieweb.com
Thanks to POTD:
Warner Brothers' official site for A Scanner Darkly is up with a bunch of paranoia inducing content, including tracking your actions (and by actions, I mean mouseclicks) while on the site.
It also has a little I.M. Fred-bot, that's amazingly...and annoyingly tweaker-like in its abilty to not really listen to what you're saying and log out in the middle of a conversation.
Also, thanks to Jena for this article scan from EW with a still of Robert Downey Jr from the film.
Thanks to Jena for this scan of a Keanu-themed crossword puzzle from In Touch mag:
This is almost as cool as when he had his own category on Jeopardy.
It's a little bit romance, a little bit time-warp mystery.
The Lake House is set to open on June 16. Here's the synopsis from the Official Site:
Feeling that it's time for a change in her life, Dr. Kate Forester (SANDRA BULLOCK) leaves her suburban Illinois practice for a job at a busy Chicago hospital. One thing she is reluctant to leave behind, though, is the uniquely beautiful house she has been renting - a spacious and artfully designed refuge with large windows that overlook a placid lake. It's a place in which she felt her true self.
It is a winter morning in 2006.
On her way to the city, Kate leaves a note in the mailbox for lake house's next tenant, asking him to forward her mail and noting that the inexplicable painted paw prints he might notice by the front door were there when she moved in.
But when the next tenant arrives, he sees a much different picture. Alex Wyler (KEANU REEVES), a talented but frustrated architect working at a nearby construction site, finds the lake house badly neglected: dusty, dirty, overgrown with weeds. And no sign of paw prints anywhere.
The house has special meaning for Alex. In a happier time it was built by his estranged father (CHRISTOPHER PLUMMER), a renowned architect who let his professional acclaim grow at the expense of his family life. Alex feels a sense of peace here now and commits to restoring the property to its original beauty. He disregards Kate's note until, days later, while painting the weather-beaten jetty he sees a stray dog run across the fresh paint and then towards the entrance of the house, leaving paw prints exactly where she said they'd be.
Baffled, Alex writes back, saying that the house had no occupant before him and wondering how she could have known about the dog; while Kate, who just left it a week ago imagines he is playing some kind of joke on her and fires back a reply.
Just for argument's sake, what day is it there?
April 14, 2004.
No, she says. It's April 14, 2006.
The same day, two years apart.
Can this be happening?
As Kate and Alex continue to correspond through the lake house's mailbox they confirm that they are, incredibly, impossibly, living two years apart, and each at a time in their lives when they are struggling with past disappointments and trying to make a new start. Sharing this unusual bond, they reveal more of themselves to one another with each passing week - their secrets, their doubts and dreams, until they find themselves falling in love.
Determined to bridge the distance between them at last and unravel the mystery behind their extraordinary connection, they tempt fate by arranging to meet. But, by trying to join their two separate worlds, they could risk losing each other forever.
I'm taking that April 14th thing - which happens to be my birthday - as a personal shout-out, thankyouverymuch.
Here's the trailer if you haven't seen it yet...
I actually like the look of it a lot. It's lovely with just a little magicness.