The documentary includes a take a look at Yelchin’s journal entries, images and unique music and consists of interviews along with his household and business friends, amongst them J.J. Abrams and Jodie Foster.
Upcoming documentary Love, Antosha particulars the life and profession of late actor Anton Yelchin, who rose to fame for roles in tentpole movies resembling Star Trek and Terminator: Salvation in addition to his numerous indie movie performances, amongst them Like Loopy and Odd Thomas.
The documentary, directed by former editor Garret Value, includes a take a look at Yelchin’s journal entries, images and unique music, in addition to interviews along with his household and colleagues. Quite a few business friends share their experiences of him, together with J.J. Abrams, Willem Dafoe, Nicolas Cage, Like Loopy director Drake Doremus, Jodie Foster and John Cho.
The soundtrack to the movie features a host of unique songs written and carried out by Yelchin and his punk band, the Hammerheads. (Take heed to “Head on Fire” right here through Soundcloud.)
Within the above clip, the Hammerheads discuss their reminiscences of Yelchin within the band. “Every time he came over, he brought about three songs with him, and he would play them three different ways,” recollects a band member. “It doesn’t matter how good you are, literally when you get together and share creativity in that way, something happens. We’re like a unit.”
Yelchin died on June 19, 2016, after being pinned in between his automotive, which had rolled backward down his driveway, and the fence to his property. He was 27 years previous. His final display screen efficiency was within the movie We Do not Belong Right here, during which he starred reverse Catherine Keener.
The soundtrack to Love, Antosha releases digitally and through CD on July 16, with the movie debuting in Los Angeles on Aug. 2 and New York on Aug. 9.
Watch the trailer under.
This text initially appeared on The Hollywood Reporter.