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Following on from the trailer, which you can find at the bottom of the page, a new clip and some fresh images for The Railway Man, starring Colin Firth, Nicole Kidman and Jeremy Irvine have arrived online.Based on his best-selling memoir, The Railway Man tells the extraordinary and epic true story of Eric Lomax, a British Army officer (Irvine) who is tormented as a prisoner of war at a Japanese labour camp during World War II. Decades later, Lomax discovers that the Japanese interpreter he holds responsible for much of his treatment is still alive and sets out to confront him, and his haunting past. With Colin Firth playing Lomax as an older man, and Kidman as his supportive, moral-compass wife, it’s a tale of fear and forgiveness, pain and dealing with the past. Jonathan Teplitzky directed, working from a script by Frank Cottrell Boyce and Andy Paterson. »
London’s Leicester Square played host to the UK premiere of Jonathan Teplitzky’s latest film, the stirring true-life World War II drama The Railway Man, starring Colin Firth, Nicole Kidman and Jeremy Irvine.
The cast and crew were on hand this evening to talk up the film which was adapted from the autobiography by Eric Lomax who died last October at the age of 93.
We will be adding to the video interviews below through the evening. We begin with Mr. Colin Firth.
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- Jon Lyus
All the fellas are back in The Best Man Holiday, which, People's critics say, should please the crowds. But the real winner is Bruce Dern in a hidden gem called Nebraska. Here's what to see and what to skip at the movies this weekend. See This The Best Man Holiday The Best Man? Why be so singular? This movie is all about the men, plural, from Taye Diggs and Terrence Howard to Morris Chestnut and Harold Perrineau. (And let's not dismiss the super-strong female cast, from Sanaa Lathan to Nia Long.) Fans of the 1999 original will be delighted that the »
- Alynda Wheat and Gillian Telling
These days keeping up with the number of posters studios release for each film is impossible. Not only is their a character poster for pretty much everyone that utters a single line in a movie, there are different sets of posters for each market. Take for example the first seven posters in this five-page post featuring 26 new posters for only eight new movies. Here we have six The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug character posters from Warner Bros. France along with a new banner image above. Add those to the seven character posters the Warner Bros. domestic marketing team released previously, along with the final poster and we're still just scratching the surface. Along with the seven posters you see here I also have two new posters for All is Lost starring Robert Redford, a new poster for the Vince Vaughn dramedy Delivery Man and one more poster to go »
- Brad Brevet
Shooting started last week on The Woman in Black: Angel of Death, the next instalment of the most successful British horror film of all time.
The Woman in Black: Angel of Death stars Phoebe Fox as Eve, in her first leading role in a feature film. Rada-trained Phoebe (represented by Curtis Brown) who was picked as one of Screen International's Stars of Tomorrow 2011 for her theatre performances, recently starred as Grace in ITV2 witch drama Switch. She previously worked with director Tom Harper on War Book alongside Sophie Okonedo, and will also be seen in Aisling Walsh’s Dylan Thomas project A Poet in New York with Tom Hollander and BBC’s The Musketeers.
Phoebe is joined by Jeremy Irvine (represented by Hatton McEwan) playing Harry. Jeremy shot to fame when he was cast as Albert in Steven Spielberg's War Horse. He has since starred alongside Dakota Fanning in »
- email@example.com (ScreenTerrier)
Mike Newell’s (Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire) adaptation of the Charles Dickens classic Great Expectations has finally arrived in the Us…a full year after the UK release! To coincide with its release, we can now show you a series of stunning character posters depicting the cast in their full regalia.
Jeremy Irvine stars as Pip, a young orphan ‘hired’ by the bitter old Miss Havisham (Helena Bonham Carter) to entertain her ‘daughter’ Estella (Holliday Grainger). Irvine, Bonham Carter and Grainger co-star alongside Jason Flemyng, David Walliams, Robbie Coltrane, Ralph Fiennes and Sally Hawkins, rounding off a stellar British cast.
Check out the posters below and let us know what you think of the film.
Great Expectations is out now in Us cinemas. UK audiences can purchase the film on DVD.
Source: Imp Awards
The post Stunning Us Posters Released For ‘Great Expectations’ appeared first on The Hollywood News. »
- Jazmine Sky Bradley
We have new character posters from Great Expectations including Jeremy Irvine as Pip, Holliday Grainger as Estella, Ralph Fiennes as Magwitch and Helena Bonham Carter as Miss Havisham. The romantic drama from Main Street Films opens November 8th and is helmed by Mike Newell from the screenplay by David Nicholls, adapted from the beloved Charles Dickens book. Jason Flemyng, Robbie Coltrane, Ewen Bremner, Sally Hawkins, David Walliams, Sophie Rundle and Jessie Cage co-star. The story follows a humble orphan who is raised to gentleman status thanks to the aid of an unknown benefactor. »
The second poster has arrived for Great Expectations starring Jeremy Irvine, Holliday Grainger, Ralph Fiennes and Helena Bonham Carter. Mike Newell directs the romantic drama adventure scripted by David Nicholls based on the Charles Dickens novel. Also in the cast are Jason Flemyng, Robbie Coltrane, Ewen Bremner, Sally Hawkins, David Walliams, Sophie Rundle, Toby Irvine, Helena Barlow, David Walliams, Bernice Stegers, Tim Freeman, Alan Rushton, Sheila Simpson, Bebe Cave, Robert Burton and Richard James. The film opened in limited theaters this weekend (November 8th) and is rated PG-13 for some violence including disturbing images. The story follows a humble orphan who is raised to gentleman status thanks to the aid of an unknown benefactor. »
The Woman in Black: Angel of Death stars Phoebe Fox in her first leading role in a feature film, having previously worked with Tom Harper on War Book. Fox is joined by Jeremy Irvine (War Horse, Great Expectations, The Railway Man), the award-winning Helen McCrory (Skyfall, Hugo, Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows) and rising star Oaklee Pendergast (The Impossible).
The Woman in Black: Angel Of Death continues the original film’s story: four decades have passed since Arthur Kipps, as played by Daniel Radcliffe, travelled to Eel Marsh House – and now, a group of children are evacuated with their teachers from the perils of Blitz-era London. The group soon awakens Eel Marsh House’s darkest inhabitant.
Directed by Tom Harper (The Scouting Book For Boys, War Book, ‘Peaky Blinders’), the screenplay by Jon Croker (Desert Dancer) is based on an original story outline by Susan Hill, author of The Woman in Black. »
- Phil Wheat
When Steven Spielberg handpicks an actor to hang an entire movie on, there are great expectations placed upon their performance and subsequent success. Luckily for us all, Jeremy Irvine's post-War Horse career has been as gripping and exciting as his Oscar-nominated, tear-inducing film debut.
Following the little-seen, but simply wonderful, Now Is Good, Irvine stars as Pip in Mike Newell's retelling of Shakespeare's Great Expectations. And while the film is set in the 1800s, there's a marvelous modernity infused throughout that elevates it above your standard classic literary adaptation. ETonline chatted with the rising star about taking on this iconic role, how he brought something new to the seventh version of Pip and which of his upcoming roles he's most excited for audiences to see.
ETonline: What appealed to you about this incarnation?
Jeremy Irvine: There have been a few TV adaptations, and that modernized movie, but there hasn't »
PG-13, 2 Hrs., 8 Mins.
After a recent string of literary misfires — Anna Karenina and Romeo and Juliet come to mind — Mike Newell’s version of the Charles Dickens classic is a welcome exception. The heartrending story of orphan boy Pip’s (Jeremy Irvine) sudden change in circumstances remains mostly untouched, but stellar performances by Helena Bonham Carter as iconic shut-in Miss Havisham and Ralph Fiennes as the convict Magwitch are the only frills this adaptation needs. B+ —Stephan Lee
Not Rated, 2 Hrs., 2 Mins.
Seventeen years after Lone Star, writer-director John Sayles crosses »
- EW staff
This week featured the latest trailers for two of the most anticipated sequels of the year, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, and The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. New trailers for next year's remake of RoboCop and the upcoming Colin Firth drama The Railway Man were also released, and we got a broodingly violent first glimpse at the anticipated sequel to 2011's The Raid, The Raid: Berandal.
Digital Spy looks at the best trailers from this week.
There's danger, more danger, and some Legolas in the latest trailer for the second instalment of the Hobbit trilogy. The sneak peak was released as part of a worldwide fan event that director Peter Jackson held earlier this week, as Bilbo Baggins continues on his adventure with the dwarves to recover their gold back from evil dragon Smaug (voiced by a grizzly Benedict Cumberbatch).
We've got some new images from the following films: Maps to the Stars - Director David Cronenberg's new film following a Hollywood dynasty family and starring John Cusack, Julianne Moore, Mia Wasikowska, Robert Pattinson, Olivia Williams and Sarah Gadon. Kill Me Three Times - Kriv Stenders directs Simon Pegg, Luke Hemsworth, Sullivan Stapleton, Alice Braga, Bryan Brown, Callan Mulvey and Teresa Palmer in a multi-tiered thriller that incorporates blackmail, assassins, and a small-town Lady Macbeth. Three Days to Kill - McG's hitman thriller starring Kevin Costner, Amber Heard, Hailee Steinfeld and Connie Nielsen. The film is slated to open February 21, 2014. Madame Bovary - Sophie Barthes directs this adaptation of the Gustave Flaubert novel starring Mia Wasikowska, Ezra Miller, Paul Giamatti, Rhys Ifans, Henry Lloyd-Hughes, Logan Marshall-Green, Olivier Gourmet and Laura Carmichael. Brick Mansions - Camille Delamarre's remake of District 13, with Paul Walker, RZA and David Belle. »
- Dave Trumbore
With the Afm currently on in California, a whole lot of first look photos are ending up online for a bunch of different projects. Amongst them are:
The first photo of Bradley Cooper and Emma Stone on the set of Cameron Crowe's untitled new Hawaii-set comedy. Rachel McAdams, Danny McBride, Jay Baruchel, Alec Baldwin, Bill Murray and John Krasinski also star.
Cooper plays a military contract on a secret assignment in Hawaii who teams with an Air Force pilot (Stone) to scuttle a major military launch.
The first three photos are »
- Garth Franklin
The Woman in Black: Angel of Death has entered production today (November 7).
The screenplay for the new film is based on an original story outline by author Susan Hill.
Harper said: "There's such a fantastic history of British horror films and it's great to be continuing the story of Susan Hill's vengeful cult character.
"Jon Croker's script is haunting and powerful and I'm delighted to be working with such a great cast and crew to bring it to life."
The Woman in Black became the UK's most successful horror film of all time when it was released in January 2012.
Hammer, an Exclusive Media company, and Entertainment One (eOne) today announced that filming has begun on The Woman In Black: Angel Of Death, the next installment of the most successful British horror film of all time. To be released by eOne in the UK on Friday, February 13, 2015, the film will be directed by Tom Harper and will shoot at multiple locations throughout England and Pinewood Studios.
The Woman In Black: Angel Of Death stars Phoebe Fox in her first leading role in a feature film. Having previously worked with Tom Harper on War Book alongside Sophie Okonedo, she will also be seen in Aisling Walsh’s Dylan Thomas project, A Poet in New York, with Tom Hollander and BBC’s ‘The Musketeers’. Fox is joined by Jeremy Irvine (War Horse, Great Expectations, The Railway Man), the award-winning Helen McCrory (Skyfall, Hugo, Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows) and rising star »
- Michelle McCue
With production starting on The Woman in Black: Angel of Death, the first two photos from the movie have been officially released. These photos feature three of the lead actors: Jeremy Irvine, Phoebe Fox, and Helen McCrory. Additionally, it was recently revealed that Leanne Best has been cast in the movie.
‘The Woman in Black was set in the early 1900′s and detailed the story of a young lawyer who is ordered to travel to a remote corner of the U.K. to sort out the papers of a recently deceased client. In the eerie setting of Eel Marsh House he discovers the vengeful ghost of the title.
Seized by the government and converted into a military mental hospital during World War II, the sudden arrival of disturbed soldiers to Eel Marsh Harsh has awoken its darkest inhabitant. Eve, a beautiful young nurse, is sent to the house to care »
- Jonathan James
Legendary British production company Hammer Films has been experiencing a big time revival in the last several years, with last year's The Woman in Black scaring up big numbers at the box office.
The titular ghost returns in The Woman in Black: Angel of Death, which has just begun production. Read on for all the spooky details!
From the Press Release
Hammer, an Exclusive Media company, and Entertainment One (eOne) announce that filming has begun on The Woman in Black: Angel of Death, the next installment of the most successful British horror film of all time. To be released by eOne in the UK on Friday 13th February 2015, the film will be directed by Tom Harper and will shoot at multiple locations throughout England and Pinewood Studios.
- John Squires
Hammer, an Exclusive Media company, and Entertainment One (eOne) today announced that filming has begun on The Woman in Black: Angel of Death, the next installment of the most successful British horror film of all time. To be released by eOne in the UK on Friday 13th February 2015, the film will be directed by Tom Harper and will shoot at multiple locations throughout England and Pinewood Studios.
The Woman in Black: Angel of Death stars Phoebe Fox in her first leading role in a feature film. Having previously worked with Tom Harper on War Book alongside Sophie Okonedo, she will also be seen in Aisling Walsh’s Dylan Thomas project, A Poet in New York, with Tom Hollander and BBC’s ‘The Musketeers’. Fox is joined by Jeremy Irvine (War Horse, Great Expectations, The Railway Man), the award-winning Helen McCrory (Skyfall, Hugo, Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows) and rising »
- Kellvin Chavez
The American Film Market this week is providing a wealth of "first looks." In addition to the many images who shared yesterday, we now have the first stills from The Woman in Black: Angel of Death, the sequel to the Daniel Radcliffe film.
The Woman in Black: Angel of Death will continue the story four decades later. Seized by the government during World War II, the sudden arrival of a group of evacuated children at Eel Marsh House awakens its darkest inhabitant.
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