….. co-starring Stephen Dorff.
The official trailer is here. You can now kick that crummy E! footage from earlier down a bottomless pit.
These new character posters look all epic and helmet-y.
Dakota Fanning is joining Dorff and Emile Hirsch in ‘The Motel Life’. Child actor powers ACTIVATE!!
Stephen Dorff and Emile Hirsch flee their Reno motel room after a deadly hit-and-run accident. Seems like something Stephen Dorff would do.
We love inside Hollywood stories, whether it’s The Player or Entourage. Each one offers a different perspective on the movie star fantasy. Coppola’s perspective is bitter and resentful, but still fascinating to watch.
Stephen Dorff is saying things. Now that he’s poised for a comeback thanks to his starring turn in Sofia Coppola’s Somewhere, he’s looking toward the future by not appearing in crappy movies anymore.
Don't just stand there, you guys! Do something!
Stephen Dorff is all set to carjack Maria Bello. No silly, the actor isn't turning to desperate measures, he's got an honest-to-goodness job. Carjacked revolves around “a single mother and her child who are carjacked by a thief who has no intention of letting them go.” Ron Perlman and Saffron Burrows were once set to play the jacker and jackee, but execs had a hard time believing anyone would stay in a car with Ron Perlman all night, even against their will. The man's a great actor, but me oh my, what a face.
Take the car, take the kid, whatever you want! Just stop breathing on me! (Collider)
Sofia Coppola is up to her old tricks again, pointing a camera at people bored by hotel stays. Somewhere stars Stephen Dorff as a lazy bones actor laying around all the time at Hollywood's Chateau Marmont Hotel who's life is reinvigorated by the unexpected presence of his daughter. I guess I should point out that she's played by Elle Fanning, but I won't because I hate when children are more successful than I am. So unread that last sentence. Coppola wants you to think she's making a point with the plaster mold drying shot (aren't we all just waiting around for our own soul plaster to harden?), but I see the bigger picture. The laying around. The kitty-cat awards show. Stephen Dorff is obviously channeling Garfield. This will become obvious once you see the scene where he kicks Robert Schwartzman off a table. Check out Stephen Dorff's rich man problems after the jump…