Tell No One is my favorite Harlan Coben book, so I thought I’d pass this along.
TELL NO ONE Movie Opens in USA!
Hey, gang —
The multi-award winning TELL NO ONE movie opens today in the USA!
TELL NO ONE, directed by, starring Francois Cluzet and , and based on the novel by uh , debuts in NYC and Los Angeles on July 2nd and then starts making it way around to select heaters all over the country.
Stephen Holden raved in today’s NEW YORK TIMES: “Guillaume Canet’s delicious contemporary thriller TELL NO ONE is Vertigo meets The Fugitive by way of The Big Sleep. That is meant as high praise… Tell No One is pure, nasty fun. I watched it twice. It was even better the second time.”
(Read the whole review at http://movies.nytimes.com/2008/07/02/movies/02tell.html)
And in today’s LOS ANGELES TIMES Kenneth Turren wrote: “Tell everyone about TELL NO ONE…. Author Coben, who says he is a fan of ‘stories that move you, that grab hold of your heart and do not let it go,’ has gotten a film that does exactly that.”
(Read the whole review at www.latimes.com/entertainment/la-et-tell2-2008jul02,0,2639849.story)
To see the trailer – and for those who are observant, can you spot me in it? – visit HarlanCoben.com.
For a full listing of where it will be playing, click TellNoOneMovie.com and then click Screenings. That’s all I know about screenings now. No word on DVD release or any of that.
Nominated for 9 Cesar Awards (French Oscan) and winning four as well as winning the Lumiere Award (French Golden Globe) for Best Movie, TELL NO ONE was one of the top grossing films in Europe and the UK and now after debuting in New York and Los Angeles on July 2nd, it finally comes here!
That’s all the news for now. Keep reading and have a wonderful summer.