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The most shocking moment of 2014’s surprise hit spy comedy, Kingsman: The Secret Service, has to be the jaw-dropping death of Harry Hart. Colin Firth’s gentleman spy was the star of the show and no one expected Samuel L. Jackson’s villain to shoot him in cold-blood before the third act had even begun. As we’ve known for a while, though, that wasn’t the end for Galahad. The trailer for upcoming sequel Kingsman: The Golden Circle revealed that Harry is actually still alive. In fact, the only sign of his shooting is the fetching eye-patch he’s seen wearing over his left eye.
So, how did Harry survive Richmond Valentine’s wrath and what role will he play in the sequel? It’s too early to answer those questions right now, but a stand seen at Ccib – Centre de Convencions Internacional de Barcelona – at CineEurope 2017 at least »
- Christian Bone
There’s a little over three months to go until the release of Kingsman: The Golden Circle, and photo has arrived online of a new theater standee which features returing Kingsmen Eggsy (Taron Egerton), Harry Hart (Colin Firth) and Merlin (Mark Strong) alongside their U.S. counterparts in the Statesmen, Tequila (Channing Tatum), Champagne (Jeff Bridges) and Ginger (Halle Berry). Most noteworthy is Harry’s new look, complete with cowboy hat and shearling coat…
i'm having a meltdown over harry hart in a fucking cowboy hat . what is kingsman gonna bE Like I'm Crying pic.twitter.com/ML7CI1UQMB
— nadine ✨ (@anobscurus) June 19, 2017
See Also: Watch the trailer for Kingsman: The Golden Circle
Kingsman: The Secret Service introduced the world to Kingsman – an independent, international intelligence agency operating at the highest level of discretion, whose ultimate goal is to keep the world safe. In Kingsman: The Golden Circle, our heroes face a new challenge. »
- Amie Cranswick
One of Australia.s most respected sound designers, Craig Carter, has died in Melbourne.
The multiple AFI award winner had a heart attack last Friday, aged 60. The sound designer, editor, and recordist worked on more than 100 productions in a career spanning 34 years..
Brady, who first collaborated with Carter on Craig Monahan.s Healing, told If: .It.s incredibly sad. .Craig was such a great guy, gentle, thoughtful, so good natured and generous. A perfectionist who always went the extra mile and a very smart, sensitive sound designer who was also a musician and had a great musical ear, which fed into his work..
One of his last projects, PACmen, Luke Walker.s documentary on the inside workings of the controversial Political Action Committees which raise millions to support Us political candidates and causes, »
- Don Groves
Exclusive: Vertical Entertainment inks deal with Goldcrest.
Director Jonathan Hopkins’ movie is being lined up for a theatrical release in the Us in Q4, 2017.
Richard Hobley and Hopkins’ screenplay charts the story of Alice (Maggie Q), a rationally minded sleep doctor, who is forced to abandon scientific reason and accept a family is being terrorised by a parasitic demon which paralyses victims as they sleep.
The 2017 slate includes Blind, starring Alec Baldwin, Demi Moore, and Dylan McDermott; Cate Shortland’s Berlin Syndrome starring Teresa Palmer and Max Riemelt; and Toa Fraser’s 6 Days, starring Abbie Cornish, Jamie Bell, and Mark Strong »
- email@example.com (Andreas Wiseman)
6 Days is a new feature film chronicling the events that took place during the notorious Iranian Embassy siege in London, 1980, when the whole country stopped still and looked on as a tense standoff played out between the British security forces and armed militants, culminating in a dramatic and brutal assault. Directed by Toa Fraser, the film was shot on location in London’s Knightsbridge. The screenplay was written by acclaimed screenwriter Glenn Standring after extensive research and interviews with various individuals who played a key part in the days leading up to, during, and after the Embassy siege.
The film largely follows the perspective of three people who played a vital part in the events at the time – Hostage negotiator Max Vernon (Mark Strong), the man responsible for communicating with the terrorists inside the building; News Reporter Kate Adie (Abbie Cornish), who was covering the events for the BBC and »
- Phil Wheat
The Us release of Miss Sloane came in the same month as the 2016 presidential election finally came to pass, and perhaps it's only down to a general exasperation with politics that it has been so overlooked. The absurdity of the news has only been compounded over the six months that it's taken to arrive in UK cinemas, but it's testament to how well executed the film is that this story of corruption and skullduggery in Washington DC still seems remarkable.
The film centres on Elizabeth Sloane (Jessica Chastain), a ruthless lobbyist who has been hauled in to plead the Fifth in front of an ethics committee (chaired by John Lithgow's pompous senator), and the three months that led to these proceedings. Miss Sloane has quite the reputation in Washington, »
"It's down to the negotiators to break the deadlock. Or, your men will have to storm the embassy." An official full-length trailer has debuted for the true story action thriller film 6 Days, about the attack on the Iranian Embassy in London in 1980. The standoff lasted for six days, with a group of Sas soldiers eventually breaching the embassy to put an end to the horror. Jamie Bell stars as one of the special forces soldiers tasked with leading the raid. This also stars Mark Strong, Abbie Cornish, Emun Elliott, Nicholas Boulton, Martin Shaw, and Tim Downie. 6 Days is the latest film from the director of the Maori action film The Dead Lands. This actually looks damn good, with an impressive cast that makes it worth watching. Here's the new full-length trailer (+ poster) for Toa Fraser's 6 Days, from YouTube (via Trailer Track): In April 1980, six armed gunmen stormed the Iranian Embassy in Princes Gate, »
- Alex Billington
Author: Scott Davis
A thrilling new trailer has arrived for 6 Days, the new film that tells the story of one of the most infamous days in recent UK history – and you can view that and the new poster below!
6 Days in the new film that chronicles the events that took place in London in 1980 at the Iranian Embassy when security and military forces were locked in a standoff with armed militants who stormed the building. Jamie Bell (Fantastic 4, Snowpiercer), Abbie Cornish, Martin Shaw (Judge John Deed), (RoboCop, Seven Psychopaths) and Mark Strong (Kingsman: The Golden Circle, Miss Sloane) lead the cast of the film, which is directed by acclaimed filmmaker Toa Fraser (The Dead Lands).
The film tells the story from three people’s perspectives, all of which played a vital role in negotiating and ending the events as they unfolded. Strong plays hostage negotiator Max Vernon, the man »
- Scott Davis
A new trailer and UK poster have arrived online for director Toa Fraser’s upcoming Sas action thriller 6 Days. The film chronicles the events that took place during the Iranian Embassy siege in London in 1980 and features a cast that includes Jamie Bell, Mark Strong, Abbie Cornish, and Martin Shaw; take a look below…
In April 1980, six armed gunmen stormed the Iranian Embassy in Princes Gate, London, taking 26 people inside hostage. Over the next six days a tense standoff took place, all the while a group of highly trained soldiers from the Sas prepared for a raid, the likes of which the world had never seen before.
6 Days is set for release on August 4th in the UK. »
- Amie Cranswick
Icon Film Distribution have released a brand new poster and trailer for their upcoming film 6 Days.
6 Days is a new feature film chronicling the events that took place during the notorious Iranian Embassy siege in London, 1980, when the whole country stopped still and looked on as a tense standoff played out between the British security forces and armed militants, culminating in a dramatic and brutal assault.
Directed by Toa Fraser, the film was shot on location in London’s Knightsbridge. The screenplay was written by acclaimed screenwriter Glenn Standring after extensive research and interviews with various individuals who played a key part in the days leading up to, during, and after the Embassy siege.
The framework for the film largely follows the perspective of three people who played a vital part in the events at the time – Hostage negotiator Max Vernon (played by Mark Strong), the man responsible for communicating »
- Paul Heath
I’m not sure audiences necessarily want to go see a drama about terrorism given the state of the world, but “6 Days” turns back the pages of history to tell the true story of a hostage situation that grabbed headlines around the world.
Jamie Bell, Mark Strong, and Abbie Cornish star in the film that details the hostage taking of the Iranian Embassy, and the tense situation that unfolded to save lives and bring the perpetrators to justice.
- Kevin Jagernauth
Directed by Toa Fraser, the film depicts the Iranian Embassy siege that took place in London in 1980. Mark Strong plays the role of hostage negotiator Max Vernon, with Cornish and Bell playing BBC reporter Kate Adie and Sas team leader Rusty Firmin respectively.
Shot on location in Knightsbridge, the screenplay was written by Glenn Standring using extensive research and interviews with those who played a key part throughout the siege.
Check out the new trailer above and the poster below.
- Tom Batt
Joe Dempsie is going international. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Game of Thrones star has joined the upcoming TV series Deep State.From Fox Networks Group Europe and Africa, the spy drama has an international setting and will take place in Britain, the U.S., Iran, Lebanon, and France. The cast also includes Mark Strong and Lyne Renee.Read More… »
Miss Sloane, 2016.
Directed by John Madden.
Elizabeth Sloane (Jessica Chastain) is the most in-demand political lobbyist in Washington DC. Famous for her ruthless cunning, she’s poached from a large agency by a smaller one, headed Rodolfo Schmidt (Mark Strong) to oppose an initiative she would have been advocating had she stayed with her previous company. She takes the brightest members of her team with her and gets working on a plan that soon has her opponents on the run. Until they decide to fight dirty.
Politics and Miss Sloane seem to go hand in hand. Opening in the States just a few days after the Presidential election had a dramatic effect on the film’s box office – and not good one. Director John Madden openly acknowledges that what would have been its natural audience »
- Freda Cooper
The British star will play a secret agent in the eight-part drama, the first regional scripted commission from Fox Networks Group Europe and Africa, playing alongside Mark Strong who was announced in March. Lyne Renee (Split) has also joined the cast.
Deep State, which is set in Britain, the U.S., Iran, Lebanon and France, was written by Matthew Parkhill (Rogue), Simon Maxwell (American Odyssey) and Steve Thompson (Sherlock, Doctor Who). Robert Connolly (The Slap, Paper Planes) has signed »
- Alex Ritman
“Games of Thrones” star Joe Dempsie and Belgian actress Lyne Renée have joined the cast of Fox Network Group’s “Deep State,” which has begun production in Morocco. Fox Network Group’s first regional scripted commission for Europe and Africa, the spy thriller, created by Matthew Parkhill and Simon Maxwell, stars Mark Strong and Karima McAdams and forms part of Fox Networks Group’s strategy to source, develop and produce original productions at a regional level.
“It’s wonderful to be starting production on ‘Deep State,’ knowing that we have such a strong and interesting company of actors to bring to life Matthew and the team’s fantastic scripts,” said Sara Johnson, vice president of scripted drama at Fox Networks Group, Europe and Africa. “We couldn’t be happier that we will soon be taking delivery of our first regional scripted commission.”
The eight-part thriller stars Strong as former spy Max Easton, who »
- Robert Mitchell
We still quite a few months from it opening in cinemas, but Kingsman: The Golden Circle and the folks at 20th Century Fox have debuted a brand new TV spot which was aired during the Kentucky Derby this past weekend.
When their headquarters are destroyed and the world is held hostage, the Kingsman’s journey leads them to the discovery of an allied spy organisation in the Us. These two elite secret organisations must band together to defeat a common enemy.
- Paul Heath
Author: Stefan Pape
Ah, the courtroom drama – a perennially absorbing sub-genre, with endeavours illuminating the screen from as far as back as 12 Angry Men and To Kill a Mockingbird, to the likes of Harrison Ford’s Witness, or Primal Fear, and even Liar Liar. John Madden’s Miss Sloane thrives in this very capacity, and is structured intelligently, as we begin in court, to then proceed into flashbacks as the viewer pieces this tale together, and understand how the eponymous protagonist found herself in this perilous situation – only to then catch up with ourselves for the grand finale.
Jessica Chastain is the formidable Elizabeth Sloane, who finds herself in court over a seemingly trivial matter, transpiring to be a mere diversion tactic, as the ruthless, influential lobbyist seems to gaining some headway in her battle to successfully bring a new legislation through Congress to ensure there are background checks on gun-owners. »
- Stefan Pape
There’s spy action abound in the latest and all-too-brief promo for Kingsman: The Golden Circle, Matthew Vaughn’s dapper sequel in which Eggsy (Taron Egerton) and Merlin (Mark Strong) plot course for America – the mountains of Kentucky, to be specific – in order to strike up an uneasy alliance with their American counterpart.
We are, of course, referring to the Statesman, a top-secret organization of larger-than-life agents that’s all housed up inside a rather ostentatious whiskey distillery high up in the mountains. Doing good on last week’s Old Forester-themed featurette, up above you’ll see Eggsy and Merlin raising a glass, only to discover that the secret whereabouts of Statesman HQ is hiding in plain sight. And so, following a quick hop across the pond, Egerton and Strong’s sharp-suited leads come into contact with three primary agents: Channing Tatum (Tequila), Jeff Bridges (Champagne) and Pedro Pascal (Jack »
- Michael Briers
Miss Sloane review
There’s something painfully obvious while watching Miss Sloane, and that’s the fact that despite its December 2016 release in the USA the film was almost completely ignored on the awards circuit. In hindsight this should be seen as quite the travesty because, if nothing else, Jessica Chastain deserved so much more than just a Golden Globe nomination. In fact, it’s no exaggeration to say that Chastain towers large above her peers, with only Amy Adams (another Oscar snub this year) holding a candle to her. So why the neglect for Miss Sloane? Well, tackling America’s gun culture is always going to divide the domestic audience, and add to that a bunch of purposefully unlikable protagonists fighting for a »
- Luke Ryan Baldock
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