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Universal and Legendary Pictures has debuted four new Sdcc posters for Guillermo del Toro’s upcoming Victorian-era ghost story Crimson Peak, featuring Mia Wasikowska, Jessica Chastain, Tom Hiddleston and Charlie Hunnam…
See Also: New poster and trailer for Crimson Peak
In the aftermath of a family tragedy, an aspiring author is torn between love for her childhood friend and the temptation of a mysterious outsider. Trying to escape the ghosts of her past, she is swept away to a house that breathes, bleeds…and remembers.
Crimson Peak is set for release on October 16th.
- Gary Collinson
Even though we're enjoying the summer patio season, we’re already counting down to October 16th. Looking at these Crimson Peak character posters can you really blame us?
Brand new character posters Guillermo del Toro’s highly-anticipated Gothic horror starring Tom Hiddleston, Jessica Chastain, Mia Wasikowska, and Charlie Hunnam have hit the web and are only piquing our interest in this creepy tale.
The film is sent in the aftermath of a family tragedy that sees an aspiring author (Wasikowska) torn between the love of her childhood friend and a tempting outsider. Caught up in a living, breathing house from her past, she is caught up in seemingly supernatural events and mysterious goings-ons.
Hiddleston stars as Sir Thomas Sharpe, Chastain as Lady Lucille Sharpe, and Hunnam as Dr. Alan McMichael in the film alongside Wasikowska’s author-figure Edith Cushing.
We got the scoop from the director himself on Crimson Peak »
- Rachel West
With Comic-Con starting in just a few short days, Legendary Pictures has debuted four new Sdcc posters for Crimson Peak, in theaters October 16. The one-sheets feature Charlie Hunnam, Jessica Chastain, Tom Hiddleston and Mia Wasikowska from director Guillermo del Toro's upcoming thriller. The movie will be a part of Legendary's Hall H panel on Saturday, July 11, along with Warcraft, Krampus and The Great Wall.
Crimson Peak centers on Mia Wasikowska's Edith Cushing, who is swept away to a house atop a mountain of blood-red clay: a place ﬁlled with secrets that will haunt her forever, after her heart is stolen by a seductive stranger (Tom Hiddleston). Between desire and darkness, between mystery and madness, lies the truth behind Crimson Peak. We have already seen two trailers for this upcoming supernatural thriller, so its possible that the third may debut at Sdcc this year.
The supporting cast is rounded out by Doug Jones, »
Beware. Warner Bros has debuted a set of new character posters for Comic-Con to preview Guillermo del Toro's gothic horror-thriller Crimson Peak - catch the latest trailer here. The director and the film will show up at Comic-Con on Saturday morning during Warner Bros' big Hall H panel, along with likely other appearances throughout the Con. There are four posters, one for each of the main cast: Charlie Hunnam, Jessica Chastain, Tom Hiddleston and Mia Wasikowska. This is already one of our most anticipated films coming up this fall, but I'm still excited to see what they bring to Comic-Con this week. Take a peek. Here's the new character posters - click each one for original source. Headed to Comic-Con this Saturday. We'll also toss in this extra photo debuted by Entertainment Weekly, which looks fantastic full-size: You can also watch the latest trailer for Guillermo del Toro's Crimson Peak here, »
- Alex Billington
Filmmaker Guillermo del Toro has debut two new photos and four new posters for his upcoming gothic thriller "Crimson Peak". Speaking with EW, del Toro says the movie is Not a haunted house movie, but rather something more akin to true gothic novels but with more of a romantic bent such as Daphne du Maurier's "Rebecca".
del Toro says the carefully designed house: "is a rotting representation of the family that has inhabited it...the house basically is a sinister, sinister trap. [Usually] the marriage is sort of the climax or the high point of a story. I tried on 'Crimson' to say that the horror starts after the marriage. This girl wakes up in a strange place, not her own home, not her own bed, and she little by little realizes that she knows less about the man she married than one would expect. The curious thing is the »
- Garth Franklin
Today, we are pleased to debut an exclusive Crimson Peak poster featuring Tom Hiddleston. Guillermo del Toro’s gothic horror romance takes place in a massive house that “breathes, bleeds…and remembers”, and revolves around an aspiring author who is torn between the love for her childhood friend and the temptation of a mysterious soldier. I couldn’t be more excited for this film, and while I can live with missing most panels at Comic-Con, I’ll admit I'm slightly envious of those who will be at the one for Crimson Peak. Del Toro is always immensely entertaining, and whatever footage he brings tends to blow the doors off the place. Throw in this cast, and you’re going to have a great time if you’re in Hall H. Check out Hiddleston being all seductive and smoldering on the Crimson Peak poster below. The film opens October 16th, and also stars Mia Wasikowska, »
- Matt Goldberg
Everything old is new again. In the case of “Crimson Peak” by Guillermo del Toro, this is literal. After languishing on the edges of pop culture since the late 90s, goth is poised to make a decisive comeback with this creepy horror film that evokes the Faux-Victorian ideals of fashion and disaffected apathy. All the trailer was missing was a character smoking cloves and looking bored. Now — ahead of their big panel at Comic-Con this week — Legendary is releasing stylized character posters that would be at home in any den of iniquity (aka the basement relit with blacklight and Get Out Mom Oh My God Knock First!). HitFix Harpy is pleased to reveal Jessica Chastain as the enigmatic Lady Lucille Sharpe! You can check out the other three poster reveals at Collider, ComingSoon, and SlashFilm respectively. Image Credit: Legendary Pictures "Crimson Peak" creeps into theaters on October 16, 2015. »
- Donna Dickens
A furious slew of titles in the works would seem to prophesize a robust main competition slate for Cannes 2016. Though our initial list will eventually be pruned down as the year progresses (Berlin may snag something in here, especially if their 2016 lineup looks anything like their landmark selection from this past January), we’re confident that we will be seeing another round of heavy hitting auteurs unveiling their latest bits on the Croisette.
Absent from the main competition in 2015 were the Romanians (Muntean and Porumboiu were assigned to Un Certain Regard) and any trace of Latin filmmakers. The 2016 edition looks to make up for lost ground. For the Romanians, a couple heavy hitting titans from the New Wave will be ready. Cristi Puiu, who previously won Ucr in 2005 with The Death of Mr. Lazarescu should hopefully be getting a competition invite for Sierra Nevada. Meanwhile, previous Palme d’Or winner »
- Nicholas Bell
With so many chic red carpets this week, we had to, well, set one aside as being in a league of its own. That's right: The Magic Mike Xxl premiere (held in Los Angeles on June 25) gave us five drool-worthy dresses and earned a separate showdown, although we kept Elizabeth Banks for this list because, hey, her Swarovski-encrusted Balmain midi deserves an encore. Meanwhile, Jessica Chastain caught our attention at the Vogue & Ralph Lauren Wimbledon Party held at Kensington Palace on June 22, to which she wore a Ralph Lauren Collection Lbd featuring peek-a-boo white pleats. Also in the monochrome dress realm (and at another Vogue fête), Emmy Rossum turned heads in a Blumarine mini replete with delicate flower »
Legendary Pictures announced that they will be bringing three of their highly-anticipated projects to Comic-Con 2015 this year, Warcraft, Crimson Peak and Krampus . All three movies will be highlighted during the studio's Hall H panel on Saturday, July 11 at 2:30 Pm, moderated by Chris Hardwick. Both Warcraft and Crimson Peak had a big presence at Comic-Con 2014, as well, returning for the second year in a row. Unfortunately, it hasn't been confirmed which cast members and filmmakers will be present at the Con, but you can take a look at the official details below.
Legendary Hall H Film Panel - Saturday, July 11th at 2:30pm
Booth Activity - Thursday, July 9th - Sunday, July 12th
Legendary will host a flurry of activity at »
Rooney Mara surprised many by taking home the Best Actress prize at Cannes, as many thought her co-star Cate Blanchett would take it -- or the two would share. Whether we like it or not, the moment marked the beginning of Mara's campaign for a second Oscar nomination (and potential win) for Todd Haynes' "Carol." It's just a matter of whether The Weinstein Company will campaign them both in lead, or place Mara in supporting. The latter seems more like Harvey, and if that's the case we can pretty much guarantee that one of the category's five slots will go to Mara. Who joins her? That depends on how big, small or good dozens of hopefuls' roles are in films we -- in some cases -- won't see until November. The mighty likes of Cate Blanchett, Nicole Kidman, Kate Winslet, Meryl Streep, Julia Roberts, Laura Linney, Jennifer Jason Leigh, »
- Peter Knegt
Barcelona— Some people have all the fun. On an all-time roll of $3.8 billion worldwide B.O. gross through Monday – a Hollywood studio speed record – Universal saw Guillermo del Toro, helmer of one of its biggest fall plays, “Crimson Peak,” lionized at Barcelona’s CineEurope exhibitor confab with the International Filmmaker of the Year Award.
The other star of Tuesday’s proceedings was DreamWorks Animation’s Jack Black, on hand in Barcelona to present DreamWorks Animation’s “Kung Fu Panda 3,” distributed by Twentieth Century Fox International.
Meanwhile execs analyzed event cinema and cinema theaters’ burgeoning move toward premium large format screens, one of the fastest growing phenomena in the international exhibition business — both trends underscored by record receipts for “Jurassic World.”
- Emilio Mayorga
A mansion with a sinister secret, a creature who gobbles kids on the naughty list, and the war between The Alliance and The Horde—Legendary's bringing them all to Comic-Con next month. Hosted by Chris Hardwick, Legendary's film panel will include footage as well as feature cast and crew members from Crimson Peak, Krampus, and Warcraft.
The guests for Legendary's Hall H film panel have not yet been revealed, but the panel's time and first details have been announced (via Collider):
"Legendary Hall H Film Panel (Saturday, July 11th at 2:30pm)
Booth Activity (Thursday, July 9th – Sunday, July 12th)
Legendary will host a flurry of activity at their booth (#3920) this year including talent and filmmaker signings, virtual reality experiences, »
- Derek Anderson
As always, Legendary Entertainment is bringing the goods to Comic-Con. The studio has revealed a bit of their plans for Sdcc 2015, including presentations for Duncan Jones' Warcraft, Guillermo del Toro's Crimson Peak, and Mike Dougherty's Krampus when the studio takes over Hall H for their film presentation on Saturday, July 11th at 2:30 p.m. While Legendary has yet to announce which talent and filmmakers are participating, I'd expect a stacked line-up if the studio's presentations in recent years are anything to go by. Warcraft, Jones' feature film adaptation of the massively popular game, stars Dominic Cooper, Toby Kebell, Travis Fimmell, Paula Patton, and Ben Foster, and is slated to arrive in theaters June 10th, 2016. Del Toro's haunted house meets gothic romance Crimson Peak stars Tom Hiddleston, Mia Wasikowska, Jessica Chastain and Charlie Hunnam, and arrives this October 16th. Krampus, Mike Duogherty's follow-up to his cult classic Trick 'r Treat, »
- Haleigh Foutch
Nerdist’s Chris Hardwick will host the event.
“Crimson Peak,” directed by Guillermo del Toro, is a gothic horror story starring Mia Wasikowska, Jessica Chastain, Tom Hiddleston and Charlie Hunnam. Legendary Pictures produced, with Universal set to release “Crimson Peak” at the height of the Halloween season on Oct. 16.
“Krampus” is a comedy horror film directed by Michael Dougherty from his own script about the demon who is the opposite of Santa Claus in German folklore. The film stars Allison Tolman, Emjay Anthony, Adam Scott, David Koechner and Stefania Owen with a Dec. 4 launch from Universal.
- Dave McNary
Legendary Pictures returns to Comic-Con this year with three of their upcoming titles. The Saturday, July 11th, panel will feature the debut of new footage for their haunted house horror film Crimson Peak, the holiday horror comedy Krampus and the fantasy epic Warcraft, as well as attendance of cast and crew members from each production. Crimson Peak is directed by Guillermo del Toro off a script he co-wrote with Matthew Robbins. The film stars Mia Wasikowska, Jessica Chastain, Tom Hiddleston, Charlie Hunnam, and Jim Beaver and is scheduled for theatrical and IMAX release October 16th, 2015. In the aftermath of a family tragedy, an aspiring author is torn between love for her childhood friend and the temptation of a mysterious outsider. Trying to escape the ghosts of her past, she is »
- Pietro Filipponi
Ridley Scott's upcoming sci-fi blockbuster The Martian has drawn a number of comparisons to Christopher Nolan's Interstellar... and with good reason. After all, both movies feature Jessica Chastain and Matt Damon, and are set around the idea of astronauts finding themselves trapped in space and hoping to find a way back. Despite these similarities, however, Matt Damon has gone on record saying that the two films are really not the same thing. Yahoo! UK recently had the chance to chat with the Bourne star about his upcoming film, and it was during their conversation that Damon actually revealed he was seeing the Martian/Interstellar comparisons before he signed on to the project. However, his view on the whole thing changed when he met with Ridley Scott to talk about the movie, and the British director explained away his concerns. Said the actor, I went in to meet him, »
The first trailer for Ridley Scott's The Martian received such a great response from audiences, 20th Century Fox has since shifted the movie's release date one month forwards to take advantage of the positive buzz. Given that it features an all-star cast (headlined by Matt Damon) and an exciting premise that sees Scott return to the sci-fi genre, fans have had plenty of reasons to get excited. However, as part of an ongoing joke (that sadly doesn't get funnier the more you tell it), many 'eagle-eyed' viewers have continued to point out the movie's obvious similarities with Christopher Nolan's Interstellar. Like Nolan's film, The Martian features Damon as a marooned astronaut, and also includes the talented Jessica Chastain in a key supporting role. Despite this, Damon was quick to assure Yahoo! Movies that the two films would be very different. “I went in to meet [Ridley Scott], then I signed on really quickly. »
By now, I hope all of you have seen the downright amazing First Trailer for Ridley Scott’s The Martian. Starring Matt Damon, this potentially epic science fiction adventure has been my most anticipated film of the year ever since I learned that it had a 2015 release date. I really think this has ridiculous potential. To be fair, I’m a huge fan of the book of the same name by Andy Weir, which was one of the fastest and most compelling reads I’ve had in some time. While reading the page turner, I couldn’t help but imagine the movie version, one that could be a perfect blend of fun and intelligence. If my hunch is right this fall, we might have the rare sci-fi flick that the Academy can’t resist in The Martian. The story is pretty straightforward, at least initially…what if an astronaut was accidentally stranded on Mars? »
- Joey Magidson
Last year came Chris Nolan's "Interstellar," a movie which featured Matt Damon as an astronaut stranded for years alone on a cold and desolate planet, and also boasted Jessica Chastain in a supporting role. Later this year comes Ridley Scott's "The Martian," a movie which features Matt Damon as an astronaut stranded alone on a cold and desolate planet, and also boasts Jessica Chastain in a supporting role
Therefore you can understand people's initial and skeptical reaction upon hearing about "The Martian," even though the premise and tone of the movie is much more rough and ready action-adventure as opposed to more philosophical and sentimental science fiction. The concerns were something that Damon himself initially had before signing onto the movie, and Damon tells Yahoo that the film's director, Scott was the one who ultimately persuaded him:
"I went in to meet [Ridley Scott], then I signed on really quickly. »
- Garth Franklin
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