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People seemed to go pretty ga-ga for the In the Heart of the Sea trailer that premiered last week. The new film from Ron Howard stars Chris Hemsworth and tells the story of a whaling ship and the real-life maritime disaster that would inspire Herman Melville's "Moby Dick" and after just one trailer it would seem a lot of you are already in the bag, well, how does this new poster satisfy youc In the Heart of the Sea co-stars Benjamin Walker (Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter), Cillian Murphy (The Dark Knight Rises) and Ben Whishaw (Skyfall) and is set to hit theaters on March 15, 2015. I've included both the trailer and poster below. sb id="1058859" height="360" width="640" In the winter of 1820, the New England whaling ship Essex was assaulted by something no one could believe: a whale of mammoth size and will, and an almost human sense of vengeance. The »
- Brad Brevet
With so many films released on the run up to Halloween it’s been hard to keep up with reviews, so we’re going to play catch-up with another review round-up looking at some recent releases in brief. This time round we have reviews of Das Cabinet Des Dr. Caligari, Saints & Soldiers: The Void, The Island of Doctor Moreau, and The Pigman Murders.
Das Cabinet Des Dr. Caligari
Synopsis: At a local carnival in a small German town, hypnotist Dr. Caligari presents the somnambulist Cesare, who can purportedly predict the future of curious fairgoers. But at night, the doctor wakes Cesare from his sleep to enact his evil bidding…
- Phil Wheat
“We were headed for the edge of sanity, like we were apparitions, phantoms,” Brendan Gleeson narrates over haunting vfx in the first trailer for Ron Howard’s “In the Heart of the Sea.” “Trust gave way to doubt. Hope to superstition.”
Chris Hemsworth battles a bull sperm whale — and personal demons — in the movie based on Nathaniel Philbrick’s book, “In the Heart of the Sea: The Tragedy of the Whaleship Essex,” about the real-life story that inspired Herman Melville’s “Moby Dick.”
Hemsworth stars as the first mate of the Essex, a ship struck by a gigantic whale in 1819, leaving its crew shipwrecked and stranded for 90 days, thousands of miles from home. After the attack, the sailors head to South America and are forced to resort to cannibalism to survive.
- Maane Khatchatourian
In the Heart of the Sea is the next movie from director Ron Howard, about a whaling ship crew stranded at sea for 90 days after an unbelievable sperm whale attack. No, this is not based on Herman Melville’s Moby Dick but instead the much more recent book In the Heart of the Sea by […]
Read In the Heart of the Sea is Chris Hemsworth Versus a Very Big Whale on Filmonic.
In today’s cinematic battle to the death, we’ve got Chris Hemsworth – the God of Thunder himself – squaring off against the great white whale known and feared in high school English classes across the country: Moby Dick. Let’s get ready to rumble with this new trailer for In the Heart of the Sea. The upcoming feature, starring Hemsworth and directed by Ron Howard, is based on the true story that inspired Herman Melville’s classic whaling novel. Hemsworth and his shipmates set sail only to encounter the vengeful whale and engage in a fight for survival. Here’s how Visual Effects Supervisor Jody Johnson describes the creature: “He's kind of like Clint Eastwood. He's a high plains drifter. He comes and helps out his own...
- Mike Bracken
In today’s heroic cinematic trailer battle, we’ve got Thor himself, Chris Hemsworth, squaring off against the great white whale known and feared in high school English classes across the country: Moby Dick. Let’s get ready to rumble with this new trailer for In the Heart of the Sea. The upcoming feature, starring Hemsworth and directed by Ron Howard, is based on the true story that inspired Herman Melville’s classic whaling novel. Hemsworth and his shipmates set sail...
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Warner Bros. has released the first poster and trailer for Ron Howard’s latest, In the Heart of the Sea, which is based upon the true story that inspired Moby Dick and sees Howard’s Rush star Chris Hemsworth leading a cast that includes Benjamin Walker (Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter), Tom Holland (The Impossible), Cillian Murphy (Inception), Brendan Gleeson (Edge of Tomorrow) and Michelle Fairley (Game of Thrones). Check them out…
In the winter of 1820, the New England whaling ship Essex was assaulted by something no one could believe: a whale of mammoth size and will, and an almost human sense of vengeance. The real-life maritime disaster would inspire Herman Melville’s Moby-Dick. But that told only half the story. “Heart of the Sea” reveals the encounter’s harrowing aftermath, as the ship’s surviving crew is pushed to their limits and forced to do the unthinkable to stay alive. »
- Gary Collinson
Chris Hemsworth throws down his hammer and picks up a harpoon in a new trailer for his latest movie “In the Heart of the Sea,” a harrowing true story about a 19th century whaling ship that inspired the classic novel “Moby Dick.” Ron Howard directs the movie based on the 200 book by the same name by Nathaniel Philbrick, with the screenplay by Charles Leavitt. The movie also stars Benjamin Walker, Cillian Murphy,Tom Holland, Brendan Gleesan Spanish actor Jordi Mollà and Ben Whishaw as novelist Herman Melville. ...Read More »
The last time Chris Hemsworth and director Ron Howard collaborated on a movie, the result was the engrossing Formula One racing biopic Rush. Heart Of The Sea is a very different kind of based-on-true-events film. It's about a whaleship called the Essex, and what happened to its crew when it sank in 1820.
One of the occupants aboard the Essex was Herman Melville, who later used the experience as inspiration for his classic novel, Moby Dick. Here, Melville's played by Ben Whishaw - but one of the familiar faces among the cast, which also includes Cillian Murphy, Tom Holland and Brendan Gleeson as various second mates, sailors and cabin boys.
It's certainly a handsome-looking film, if the trailer's to go by, and one shot in particular »
Warner Bros. has premiered the first trailer for Ron Howard's In the Heart of the Sea, an 1820s set film telling the story of a whaling ship and the real-life maritime disaster that would inspire Herman Melville's "Moby Dick". The film stars Chris Hemsworth (Avengers: Age of Ultron) as the vessel's veteran first mate Owen Chase; Benjamin Walker (Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter) as its inexperienced Captain, George Pollard; Cillian Murphy (The Dark Knight Rises) as second mate Matthew Joy; and Ben Whishaw (Skyfall) as novelist Herman Melville, whose inquiries into the event 30 years later helped bring the story to light. In the Heart of the Sea is set to hit theaters on March 15, 2015, watch the trailer below. sb id="1058859" height="360" width="640" In the winter of 1820, the New England whaling ship Essex was assaulted by something no one could believe: a whale of mammoth size and will, and an almost human sense of vengeance. »
- Brad Brevet
Chris Hemsworth takes on a whopping great whale in the first trailer for Ron Howard’s seafaring epic, In The Heart Of The Sea. The film is based on the true story that inspired Herman Melville’s classic novel, Moby Dick. Thor star Hemsworth plays the ship’s first mate, Owen Chase, with Brendan Gleeson providing the narration (he plays the older version of Chase). The film also stars Cillian Murphy and Benjamin Walker. Watch the first teaser trailer below, now: A poster has also been revealed, and you can see it below:...
- Matt Maytum
In the Heart of the Sea (based on a book of the same name) tells the true story of a shipping voyage that would go on to inspire the classical tale of Moby Dick, and today brings the first trailer and poster for Ron Howard's upcoming adaptation. Come inside to check them out!
Ron Howard and Chris Hemsworth are back together, this time in a period piece out on the high seas. I wasn't sure what to think about this story when I first hear about it, but having seen this trailer, I'm definitely excited to know more. While the human drama elements will most surely be at the forefront, it's pretty obvious that at it's core, In the Heart of the Sea is a disaster flick. I love these kinds of films and Ron Howard does a great job with them (look at Apollo 13), by combining engaging »
- email@example.com (Jordan Maison)
Every once in a while, Thor has to put down his hammer, and pick up a harpoon. Chris Hemsworth will lead a team of sailors on an expedition across the ocean for Ron Howard.s In the Heart of the Sea. The ocean-faring adventure looks like your usual, run-of-the-mill drama of grizzled men surviving on a boat. But then things take a dastardly turn when Howard introduces the term "Moby Dick" . and the above trailer, shared by Warner Bros., becomes a whale of a tale. Get it? Based on a true story of epic heroism, Ron Howard.s In The Heart of the Sea casts Chris Hemsworth as Owen Chase, the veteran first mate of the whaling ship Essex, which encountered a massive whale in the winter of 1820. Their story of survival would eventually inspire the author Herman Melville to pen the seminal book Moby Dick. Which explains why This »
So maybe Chris Hemsworth is slightly outshined at the box-office by his Marvel pals Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Evans of late. That’s okay, he’s getting a lot of work and will be seen onscreen four times next year. Yep, in 2015, we’ll see Hemsworth leading a Michael Mann movie (“Blackhat”), another Marvel movie (“Avengers: Age Of Ultron”), and a reboot (the “Vacation” series). But Hemsworth will also reteam once again with his “Rush” director Ron Howard for “In The Heart Of The Sea.” The film concerns a whaling ship that was preyed upon by a sperm whale in 1820 —the same whale that inspired Herman Melville’s tale of “Moby Dick.” "He's kind of like Clint Eastwood," visual effects supervisor Jody Johnson told Empire earlier this year about the whale in the movie (no joke). "He's a high plains drifter. He comes and helps out his own kind, »
- Edward Davis
Warner Bros. Pictures has released the first photos and trailer from Ron Howard's upcoming period sailor drama "In the Heart of the Sea" starring Chris Hemsworth, Benjamin Walker, Tom Holland, Cillian Murphy and Ben Whishaw.
USA Today premiered the shots for the film which can be seen below, whilst the trailer is now up at the official Warners Youube channel. The film itself opens in March next year.
The true story tale deals with the whaling ship Essex which was rammed in 1819 by an angry whale in the South Pacific. The survivors drifted for three months, dealing with disease, hunger, and cannibalism. The event went on to inspire Herman Melville to pen the novel "Moby Dick".
- Garth Franklin
Warner Bros. has released the first In the Heart of the Sea images from director Ron Howard’s upcoming drama. Based on Nathaniel Philbrick’s excellent book of the same name, the film tells the story of the whaling ship Essex, which in 1819 was rammed by an angry whale in the South Pacific. The surviving crew drifted for 90 days in three tiny whaleboats and encountered disease, hunger, and eventually cannibalism. It’s a heartwrenching true story, and it served as the basis for Herman Melville’s Moby Dick. Howard’s fantastic cast is led by Chris Hemsworth as the ship’s first mate, Tom Holland as a young cabin boy who eventually tells his tale to Melville once he’s an adult, and Benjamin Walker as Captain George Pollard Jr. All of the actors lost a significant amount of weight for the film. Philbrick’s book is positively enthralling, and after Howard’s swell Rush, »
- Adam Chitwood
You may already have seen one image from Ron Howard’s seagoing drama In The Heart Of The Sea, which featured as part of the preview in the October issue of Empire. Now some new pictures from the film are online via USA Today. In The Heart Of The Sea follows the traumatic real-life struggle endured by the men of Nantucket whaling ship the Essex, which was destroyed by an angry sperm whale in 1820.Stranded in a lifeboat thousands of miles from home, 20 of the surviving crew (their number included the captain and first officer) at first planned to make for an isolated tropical island, but the idea was rejected because of rumours of flesh-eating savages. The resulting delay in their rescue led to them becoming cannibals to survive. Irony!It’s the harrowing real-life story that inspired Herman Melville to write Moby Dick. "It's wild," Howard tells the paper. »
Not content with being a race-car driver, an action-fantasy hero, and a god, Chris Hemsworth continues to flex his acting muscles (and a few other muscles too) in several films that will have their premiere at the start of next year. With the appearance of several new images of Hemsworth in his latest roles, we can once again say, without a doubt, that this is one attractive man.
Going beyond the mundanities of our leading man’s appearance, first up is Michael Mann’s Black Hat. This film represents the first piece of work from the director since Public Enemies in 2009. Hemsworth is a “blackhat hacker” who has served part of his prison sentence and is offered a chance at freedom by helping to hunt down a cybercrime network, working with Chinese and American partners as they go globe-trotting on the trail of the villains. The cast of Black Hat also includes Viola Davis, »
- Lauren Humphries-Brooks
It can be such a beautiful happening when the natural forces of humanity and the wild kingdom can get together and establish a sense of harmony in motion pictures. Also, it can be a compelling yet regrettable conflict as well when man and beast decide to collide in the interest of big screen entertainment. Whatever the case may be certainly does not matter because the concept of beasts of all species (rather it be of the four-legged or two-legged variety) collectively clashing or cooperating sends a special message about triumph, tragedy and just plain tenderness.
In Beast of Burden: Top 10 Human-Animal Combinations in the Movies we will look at some of the best selections where man and animal co-exist whether it be in calmness or chaos. There is no doubt that one can come up with numerous top ten lists detailing their ideal man-animal themes in cinema. The struggle for »
- Frank Ochieng
Drew Barrymore half-sister Jessica Barrymore found dead near San Diego (photo: Jessica Barrymore) Drew Barrymore’s half-sister Jessica Barrymore was found dead in her car early Tuesday, July 29, 2014, in National City, located between San Diego and Chula Vista in Southern California. Jessica Barrymore (née Brahma [Jessica] Blyth Barrymore) would have turned 48 on Thursday, July 31. According to a witness, Jessica Barrymore, who worked at a Petco store, was found reclined in the driver’s seat, with a drink between her legs. White pills were seen scattered on the passenger seat. Despite online rags reporting either that Drew Barrymore’s half-sister committed suicide or died from a drug overdose, the official cause of death hasn’t been announced. As per the Los Angeles Times, an autopsy will be performed in the next few days. In a statement published in the gossip magazine People, Drew Barrymore, 39, said she had "only met her [sister Jessica] briefly." Their father was John Drew Barrymore, »
- Andre Soares
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