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London — “Game of Thrones” actor Iain Glen has joined the cast of psychological thriller “Beautiful Devils,” which started filming in London last week. The movie is a modern adaptation of William Shakespeare’s “Othello,” set in the world of the contemporary music business.
Glen, whose credits include the role of Lady Mary’s beau Sir Richard Carlisle in “Downton Abbey,” plays alongside a raft of up-and-coming talent, including Osy Ikhile, who appears in the upcoming “Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation,” Elliot James Langridge (“Northern Soul”), Rachel Hurd-Wood (“Home Fires”), and Danny Horn (“Emmerdale”). Others appearing include comedian Rufus Hound, making his feature film debut, and established thesp Steve Waddington, whose credits include “The Imitation Game.”
“Beautiful Devils” is directed by James Marquand (“One Night in Istanbul,” “The Boy with the Thorn in His Side”), and is produced by Ascension Productions’ Craig Tuohy, alongside Carnaby Intl.’s Andrew Loveday, Mike Loveday and Terry Loveday. »
- Leo Barraclough
Iain Glen cast in a modern take on Othello, set in the world of the music business.
Principal photography has begun in east London psychological thriller Beautiful Devils and will shoot until July 5.
The modern adaptation of Shakespeare’s Othello is set in the world of the contemporary music business, with a cast that includes Iain Glen, seen most recently in Game of Thrones but also known for his roles in Resident Evil and Lara Croft: Tomb Raider.
The cast also includes Osy Ikhile (Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation), Elliot James Langridge (Northern Soul), Rachel Hurd-Wood (Peter Pan) and Danny Horn (Emmerdale) as well as comedian Rufus Hound in his debut feature and Steve Waddington (The Imitation Game).
Produced by London-based Ascension Productions, Beautiful Devils is directed by James Marquand and produced by Ascension’s Craig Tuohy alongside Carnaby International’s Andrew Loveday, Mike Loveday and Terry Loveday.
Carnaby International has worldwide sales and distribution rights.
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- firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Rosser)
We last reported on the post-apocalyptic film Second Origin back in 2009. Wow. The film is based upon the second best-selling novel in Catalan literature, "Mecanoscrit del Segon Origen" by Manuel de Pedrolo and stars Rachel Hurd-Wood and Ibrahim Mane.
Now, over five years later, we finally have new official stills from the film which looks fairly provocative. Really looking forward to this one.
After a massive destruction on Earth Alba and Didac are the only survivors. There is no one left... At least, that's what it seems.
A science-fiction movie about love and adventure. Two heroes of our time, struggling to survive in a world left [Continued ...] »
It takes a certain degree of hubris to sign on to a "Peter Pan" movie at this point. J.M. Barrie's play/book/beloved cultural icons are enormously malleable as a story, and there are plenty of fans of the Walt Disney animated version as well as Steven Spielberg's "Hook" and even P.J. Hogan's "Peter Pan." All of those films tackle different parts of the iconography in different ways, and there have been some heavy hitters involved. The Disney film is one of their best features, especially if you're just considering the old school Disney films, and I think it's one of the moments where the Disney animators got everything right. They'd made enough movies in a row by that point to have developed a shorthand, and a style, and a confidence. "Peter Pan" may have some unfortunate moments in terms of cultural sensitivity, but I would argue »
- Drew McWeeny
4 items from 2015
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