From co-writer/director Sam Taylor-Johnson, the indie drama A Million Little Pieces follows James Frey (Aaron Taylor-Johnson, who also co-wrote the film), a 23-year-old alcoholic and drug addict who is faced with the decision of treatment or death. Once in rehab, detox and therapy leads him on a journey of healing his soul, while connecting with the other addicts around him and making amends with his family. The film also stars Billy Bob Thornton, Juliette Lewis, Giovanni Ribisi, Charlie Hunnam and Odessa Young. During this 1-on-1 phone interview with Collider, actor Aaron …
We interview A Million Little Pieces star Aaron Taylor-Johnson about the process of writing the script, the film's short shooting schedule, and more.
We interview A Million Little Pieces director Sam Taylor-Johnson about what the film's story means to her and working with the incredible cast.
The first trailer for A Million Little Pieces is now available ... at least until Oprah opts to pull it from her recommended watch-list. The best-selling "memoir" from James Frey gets new life and another chance to dupe audiences into believing it's a true-to-life tale of an addict who spirals downward before finding a renewed hope. So while the trailer shows off an impressive cast doing their damnedest to buoy this sham of a story, and some very clever visual representations of what it's like to be an addict and suffer withdrawal, the core of …
Momentum pictures releases the A Million Little Pieces movie trailer; the drama is a big screen adaptation of James Frey’s controversial memoir.