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A new trailer has arrived online for director Wim Wenders’ upcoming drama Every Thing Will Be Fine which stars James Franco, Rachel Mc Adams, Charlotte Gainsbourg and Marie-Josée Croze. Based on an original script by Norwegian Bjørn Olaf Johannessen, Wim Wenders tells the story of the author Tomas (James Franco) in EVERY THING WILL BE FINE. Even though he is not directly to blame for this tragedy, it still causes his relationship with his girlfriend to break apart. He seeks retreat in his writing and tries to start his own family with a new love.The film looks at Tomas’ attempt to give his life meaning again and recounts his search for forgiveness.That was my firm conviction when a pair of producers approached me and my Boston Globe Spotlight team colleagues seven years ago with what…By Variety Staff “Spotlight” director Tom Mc Carthy and cast members Rachel Mc Adams, Liev Schreiber, Brian d'Arcy James and John Slattery sit down with Variety at the Toronto Film Festival to discuss the “global… rights to Wim Wenders' “Everything Will Be Fine,” which stars James Franco, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Rachel Mc Adams and Marie-Josee Croze. By Matthew Chernov Spoiler alert: Do not read unless you've watched "True Detective" episode 2.08: "Omega Station." For a series named after a lurid men's crime magazine, the second season of HBO's "True Detective" was…Charlotte Gainsbourg plays the boy's mother, with Robert Naylor portraying his brother, who reaches out to the author 10 years after the accident.Wim Wenders is directing from a screenplay by Bjorn Olaf Johannessen, with production already under way in Montreal.

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“We can only try to believe that there’s meaning to this,” murmurs Charlotte Gainsbourg midway through “Every Thing Will Be Fine” — voicing viewers’ thoughts for the first and only time in Wim Wenders’ labored, lumbering melodrama.

An inglorious return to narrative filmmaking for the German master, this protracted study in grief and forgiveness does little to suggest his time hasn’t been better spent making documentaries for the past seven years.

Imprisoning James Franco in the role of an emotionally constipated writer taking 10 years to process a fatal car accident, “Fine” is unlikely to arouse much empathy from auds, who may instead spend most of the running time wondering why Wenders chose to dramatize these dingy proceedings in advanced 3D.

Despite this arthouse novelty and a name cast, the conviction of the title will not be shared by distributors.