The Hobbit (1977 TV Movie)
The English-language debut of Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala (Goodnight Mommy), The Lodge “tells the story of a soon-to-be-stepmom snowed in with her fiance’s two children at a remote holiday village. Just as relations finally begin to thaw between the trio, strange and frightening events threaten to summon psychological demons from the woman’s strict religious childhood.”
The Lodge is being produced by Hammer Films and FilmNation Entertainment, and production is now underway on Montreal with a cast that also includes Riley Keough (American Honey), Richard Armitage (The Hobbit) and Lia McHugh (American Woman).
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Richard Armitage (The Hobbit) and Lia McHugh (American Woman) have also boarded the film, while Riley Keough was announced as being cast in the film last year.
The Lodge, which started production Wednesday in Montreal, tells the story of a soon-to-be-stepmom snowed in with her fiance's two children at a remote holiday village. Just as relations finally begin to thaw between the trio, strange and...
The trailer opens with a man recalling an encounter with Wolverine. He describes Logan as a wild man with a bloody face who runs through the woods with wolves. The teaser then cuts to a flurry of other voices, which refer to Wolverine’s claws and the body of a young girl who was discovered cut “in ribbons” on a hiking trail. It also provides the first clip of Armitage in his role as Logan.
The film, released Stateside as Dead Alive, revolves around overprotective mother Vera Cosgrove (Elizabeth Moody), who is spying on her grown son, Lionel (Timothy Balme), as he visits the zoo with the lovely Paquita (Diana Peñalver). There, he is accidentally bitten by the fearsome Sumatran rat-monkey. When the bite turns his beloved mother into a zombie, Lionel tries to keep her locked safely in the basement, but her repeated escapes turn most of the neighbors into the walking dead, who then crash a high-society party thrown by Lionel’s boorish Uncle Les (Ian Watkin
We’re counting down the days until Black Panther finally arrives in theatres on Feb. 16th! We confess, we’ve been excited to see this movie ever since it was announced, and the stars attached are filling us with even more anticipation. The only superhero movie with a cast more stacked than this one is the upcoming Avengers: Infinity War.
We’re pretty certain that you’ll recognize most of the stars in this movie, but you might not remember from where. To save you the trouble of googling once the credits roll, we’re giving you a rundown of what prior film and TV work you might know the key cast members from.
Chadwick Boseman as Black Panther / King T’Challa
Boseman seems to be making a career out of playing icons,
It almost didn’t. Ever. At all.
While the third chapter in the movie franchise based on James Dashner’s dystopian Young Adult novels was filming in the B.C. interior in March of 2016, its star Dylan O’Brien was severely injured when he accidentally got pulled off of a moving vehicle, then hit by another one. The now 26-year-old actor suffered a concussion and enough facial damage to require reconstructive surgery. So, naturally, there were questions whether the movie could be finished, and whether O’Brien would ever be able to work again.
Happily, the answer to both questions is a resounding yes. The tall, handsome actor recovered well
A new trailer has arrived from Studiocanal for The Mercy starring Colin Firth and Rachel Weisz.
Related: The Mercy First Trailer
The film follows Donald Crowhurst (Firth) on a dangerous solo voyage and the struggles he confronted on the epic journey while his family awaited his return is one of the most enduring mysteries of recent times.
Directed by The Theory of Everything’s James Marsh the film stars David Thewlis (Anomalisa, The Theory of Everything) and Ken Stott (‘War & Peace’, The Hobbit), alongside Firth and Weisz.
The Mercy Official Synopsis
Following his Academy Award® winning film The Theory of Everything, James Marsh directs the incredible true story of Donald Crowhurst (Colin Firth, The King’s Speech, Kingsman: The Secret Service, The Railway Man), an amateur sailor who competed in the 1968 Sunday Times Golden Globe Race in the hope of becoming the first person in history
Peter Jackson To Direct First World War Feature Documentary
Following his Academy Award® winning film The Theory of Everything, James Marsh directs the incredible true story of Donald Crowhurst (Colin Firth, The King’s Speech, Kingsman: The Secret Service, The Railway Man), an amateur sailor who competed in the 1968 Sunday Times Golden Globe Race in the hope of becoming the first person in history to single-handedly circumnavigate the globe without stopping. With an unfinished boat and his business and house on the line, Donald leaves his wife, Clare (Rachel Weisz, The Light Between Oceans, The Lobster) and their children behind, hesitantly embarking on an adventure on his boat the Teignmouth Electron.
Co-starring David Thewlis (Anomalisa, The Theory of Everything) and Ken Stott (‘War & Peace’, The Hobbit), and produced by Blueprint Pictures (Three Billboards Outside Ebbing,
The Welsh-born actor stars in TNT’s lush new period drama, The Alienist, a 10-episode miniseries premiering Monday. Based on Caleb Carr’s best-selling 1994 novel and set in turn-of-the-20th-century New York, the series chronicles Evans and his costars Daniel Brühl and Dakota Fanning as their characters join forces to form a sort of extrajudicial Justice League, attempting to solve a string of gruesome child murders by employing criminal psychology.
Here’s everything you need to know about Evans,
He has been digging around for footage from the Great War in the archives of the BBC and London's Imperial War Museum for footage and material to work with. The filmmaker is taking that old historical footage and restoring it in a way that has never been done with historical footage before.
The Imperial War Museum approached Jackson a couple of years ago to see what could be done with their archive footage and with today's filmmaking technology he will bring this old ruined grainy footage back to life in in clear and crisp HD.
The documentary, which doesn't have a title yet, will use original, archive footage from Britain's Imperial War Museums and audio from the BBC archives.
"The film will be broadcast on BBC One following a U.K.-wide premiere as part of the BFI London Film Festival in 2018," the filmmaker and his partners said Monday in unveiling the project. "The BBC will accompany the film with a ‘making-of’...
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Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson’s West End hit Ghost Stories is coming to the big screen. And here's the trailer...
Exciting times ahead chums, with the impending release of the screen adaptation of Ghost Stories. Based on the hugely successful West End play, the film is arriving on cinema screens in April (having been shepherded there by its original creators), off the back of its very successful premiere at last year’s London Film Festival. And the full trailer and synopsis have been released.
Here, then, is the trailer…
And here’s the synopsis…
Based on Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson’s original Olivier nominated stage production, the same team have co-written and directed this adaptation for the big screen.
Starring: Martin Freeman, Alex Lawther, Andy Nyman, Paul Whitehouse, and Kobna Holdbrook-Smith
Andy Nyman also leads the cast, reprising his role as Professor Goodman alongside Paul Whitehouse (Alice in Wonderland,
The Black Panther teaser opens with the actor Martin Freeman (The Hobbit) questioning the existence of the film's hero: "You're telling me that the king of a third-world country runs around in a bullet-proof cat suit?" The rest of the trailer serves to quiet Freeman's doubts,
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