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Paul Ws Anderson's Pompeii has released a new trailer.
The film centres around Milo (Harington), a Celtic slave who fights in the gladiatorial arena and falls for his master's daughter (Browning) on the eve of the cataclysmic eruption of Mount Vesuvius.
Pompeii will be released on February 21, 2014.
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It’s all for one, one for all, all for love, and more for you. (Some of that may have been written by Alexandre Dumas. But probably not all of it.) Yes, this week on Mousterpiece Cinema, Josh and Gabe are talking about the 1993 adaptation of the classic story The Three Musketeers, starring Kiefer Sutherland, Chris O’Donnell, Charlie Sheen, and Tim Curry. And this week, it’s just Josh and Gabe–they’re guest-free and debating whether they’re Athos and Porthos, Athos and Aramis, or some combination in between. They debate the 90s-era stardom of Chris O’Donnell, Kiefer Sutherland’s young-Jack-Bauer-like line readings, and exactly who needed to die in this movie. And yes, according to at least one of your hosts, someone did need to die. Find out who in the new podcast!
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- Josh Spiegel
Gianni Capaldi was born in Motherwell, Scotland, to Italian parents. In his younger days he played football at youth level for Motherwell Fc. Though his footballing career didn’t progress beyond this point he switched his focus onto the hospitality business. Business orientated and strong willed, Capaldi managed a string of family owned businesses in Scotland before eventually finding himself working in Los Angeles. He managed a few well known Hollywood nightclubs and it would be here he would make the connections and attain the desire to switch focus again and become an actor.
Capaldi’s debut came in 2005 in the Poker mockumentary, All In. Since that time, as actor and also producer he has found himself sharing the screen »
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Trailer Simon Brew 22 Aug 2013 - 07:18
Heading to cinemas next February is the new film from director Paul W S Anderson, Pompeii. He's sandwiched this in between Resident Evil movies (much as he did with The Three Musketeers), and this time, he's telling the story of an enslaved gladiator who finds love with a noble woman, just as Mount Vesuvius is set to erupt and destroy Pompeii.
The film stars Kiefer Sutherland, Kit Harington, Emily Browning, Carrie-Anne Moss, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Jared Harris and Jessica Lucas. The movie is currently set for release in the UK on February 28th 2014. And we've got the first teaser trailer to give us a taste what to expect. Yep, we're at the point of the year where trailers for 2014 movies start coming. »
On Friday we got to hear from Director Raja Gosnell on his sequel to 2011 movie The Smurfs and it’s now only a couple of days away that The Smurfs 2 hits UK cinemas. As well as Raja we got to sit down to chat one of the Producers on the sequel Jordan Kerner. Jordan’s filmography is rather extensive and includes the likes of The Three Musketeers, George of the Jungle, Inspector Gadget to name but a few and has a keen eye when it comes to making movies for this sort of demographic.
We speak to Jordan about the success of the first movie and taking him by surprise as well as the challenges of shooting in Paris, where the technology is going in these Smurf movies and whether this technology continues to surprise him in the films that they make, especially using this advanced animation that is ever changing. »
- David Sztypuljak
5 items from 2013
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