Morning Glory


When hard-working TV producer Becky Fuller stumbles into a job at "Daybreak," she decides to revitalize the show by bringing on legendary TV anchor Mike Pomeroy. Unfortunately, Pomeroy refuses to cover morning show staples like celebrity gossip, weather, fashion and crafts -- let alone work with his new co-host, Colleen Peck, a former beauty queen and longtime morning show personality who is more than happy covering morning "news." As Mike and Colleen clash, first behind the scenes and then on the air, Becky's blossoming love affair with fellow producer, Adam Bennett begins to unravel -- and soon Becky is struggling to save her relationship, her reputation, her job and ultimately, the show itself.

EXCLUSIVE: Patrick Wilson Talks ‘Morning Glory’

Unlike many actors, Patrick Wilson has been able to escape Hollywood type-casting and play different roles in a wide array of acclaimed films. The actor first gained attention for his critically acclaimed role in the popular HBO miniseries, Angels in America, based on the award winning stage play. He followed that up by appearing in the big screen version of the Broadway musical, Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera, the psychological thriller Hard Candy, the suburban drama Lakeview Terrace and the critically acclaimed independent drama Little Children. But it was his career making role as Nite Owl II in Zack Snyder's comic book adapted masterpiece Watchmen, that made the actor a household name. Since then the actor has not only appeared as the villain in last summer's The A-Team, an adaptation of the popular '80s TV series, but also as the title role in the independent comedy Barry Munday.

To begin with, most people know you best from your role in "Watchmen" and we recently saw you in "The A-Team" as well, so coming off of doing two big action films like that, is it fun to change things up and do a romantic comedy like this?

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EXCLUSIVE: Morning Glory Clip

Morning Glory was released November 10th, 2010.

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‘Morning Glory’ Gets Moved Up Two Days

Paramount Pictures has pushed the release date of its Rachel McAdams-Harrison Ford-Diane Keaton comedy Morning Glory up two days from November 12th to November 10th, according to Risky Business.

Directed by Roger Michell, the romantic comedy is set in the hilarious and dysfunctional world of morning television.

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Paramount Pictures Fall-Holiday 2010 Sneak Preview

Paramount Pictures and Paramount Vantage have just released an advanced preview of their upcoming 2010 Fall-Holiday movie release slate. The upcoming films include Waiting for Superman, Case 39, Jackass 3D, Paranormal Activity 2, MegaMind, Morning Glory, The Fighter, and True Grit.

Every morning, in big cities, suburbs and small towns across America, parents send their children off to school with the highest of hopes. But a shocking number of students in the United States attend schools where they have virtually no chance of learning--failure factories likelier to produce drop-outs than college graduates. And despite decades of well-intended reforms and huge sums of money spent on the problem, our public schools haven't improved markedly since the 1970s. Why? There is an answer. And it's not what you think. From An Inconvenient Truth director Davis Guggenheim comes Waiting for Superman, a provocative and cogent examination of the crisis of public education in the United States told through multiple interlocking stories--from a handful of students and their families whose futures hang in the balance, to the educators and reformers trying to find real and lasting solutions within a dysfunctional system. Tackling such politically radioactive topics as the power of teachers' unions and the entrenchment of school bureaucracies, Davis Guggenheim reveals the invisible forces that have held true education reform back for decades.

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First ‘Morning Glory’ Trailer Debuts

Apple has premiered the first trailer for the upcoming fall release Morning Glory, which will be released in theaters everywhere on November 12. Click below to take a look at this upcoming film, which stars Harrison Ford and is produced by J.J. Abrams.

Morning Glory was released November 10th, 2010.

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Release Dates Announced for ‘War of Gods’ and ‘Dark Fields’

A quartet of upcoming films have found new release dates homes today. eRc Box Office is reporting that the upcoming Rogue Pictures films War of Gods and The Dark Fields have set 2011 release dates.

War of Gods, which stars Mickey Rourke, Henry Cavill, Freida Pinto, Kellan Lutz, Robert Maillet, Corey Sevier and Neil Napier, will be released on November 11, 2011 while The Dark Fields, which stars Bradley Cooper, Robert De Niro, Daniel Richards and Abbie Cornish, will hit theaters on March 18, 2011.

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Patrick Wilson Sets His Sights on ‘Morning Glory’

In a story from The Hollywood Reporter, Patrick Wilson (Watchmen) has been cast in Paramount's Morning Glory.

The actor will share the screen with Harrison Ford, Rachel McAdams, Diane Keaton and Jeff Goldblum.

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Diane Keaton and Jeff Goldblum Join ‘Morning Glory’

Diane Keaton and Jeff Goldblum are joining Harrison Ford and Rachel McAdams in the comedy Morning Glory that J.J. Abrams is producing for Paramount Pictures.

According to Variety, the story centers on an aspiring news producer (McAdams) who tries to save a failing morning show by getting control of its feuding anchors. Ford and Keaton will play the dueling on-air personalities. Goldblum will portray McAdams' boss.

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