HOV opens in select cities tomorrow, Friday the 23rd. I managed to find these, but anyone knows of any others I haven't listed, please let me know![EDITED]
New York, NY: Loews Cineplex Lincoln Square & IMAX
Chicago, IL: AMC River East 21
Houston, TX- Grand Palace Stadium 24
Boston, MA: Loews Cineplex Loews Boston Common
Dalles, TX: Loews Cineplex Cityplace
Birmingham, MI: Uptown Theaters Birmingham 8
Washington, DC: Loews Cineplex Georgetown 14
Seattle, WA: Loews Cineplex Meridian
Santa Monica, CA: Pacific's The Grove 14
Advance US screenings tonight and on the 29th are listed here.
Thanks to caranglamiel
for the link!
Thanks to londinensa
, the UK HOV showings for this weekend are here: BBC London
The Early Show clip is up at SOTBK.net
Behind the scenes clip on HOV filming at the HOV Blog: The Dark Side
Loads of photos from the HOV premiere in LA at viggopicspam
Viggo's appearance on the Early Show is reviewed on their site here.
Great interview with Viggo at Cinecon.com: INTERVIEW: Viggo Mortensen on "A History of Violence"
Here's a bit about a scene that was filmed and then cut from the final film:
Q: Maria told us about a waterfall sex scene that was cut. Was that like “A Walk on the Moon” all over again?
VIGGO: No, it was a lot colder. (Laughs). It was at night in Canada. It was cold, and it was - it was fun, it was just near a gorge, and we got to jump off this cliff into the water. And frolicking in the water was - I mean, because we were in it together, and she's such a good sport, as she was the whole way, you know, it made it kind of fun. But it was not physically very pleasant, it was really, really cold. But yeah, that'll be fun, to see that scene. I can see why he didn't use it. It just wasn't vital, that information got across anyway without it. It was a sweet scene though, it's nice, I think that'll be fun for people to see. If it had been in, it wouldn't have hurt, but I think they already established what the family was and what the community was, and Tom Stall's place in the community, and then you needed to have those guys show up.
From CTV.ca: 'History of Violence' an examination of our souls
From Eye Weekly: A comedy of terrors
From Hour.ca: Veni vidi Viggo
From the Detroit Press: Cronenberg's new film asks key questions about violence