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Exclusive: Producer Jeremy Bolt on The Three Musketeers

13 October 2011 | Comingsoon.net | See recent Comingsoon.net news »

Creative partners for roughly two decades, Jeremy Bolt's connection to Paul W.S. Anderson goes back as far as 1994's Shopping , which Anderson wrote and directed and Bolt produced. Since then, they've teamed on quite a number of projects, ranging from Event Horizon to every film in the "Resident Evil" franchise. October 21st sees the release of their The Three Musketeers , which offers an action-packed 3D take on Alexandre Dumas' classic adventure tale. Bolt and Anderson re-team with Milla Jovovich (Anderson's wife) and showcase a cast that includes Logan Lerman, Matthew Macfadyen, Ray Stevenson, Luke Evans, Mads Mikkelsen, Gabriella Wilde, Juno Temple, Orlando Bloom and Christoph Waltz. ComingSoon.net spoke with Bolt about the film, the challenges of adapting »

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Jessops Launch New Short Movie Competition with The Mob Film Company & Paul W.S. Anderson

13 October 2011 4:30 AM, PDT | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

Jessops is a name that you’ll know well from the high-street but are branching out into different areas. They have recently launched a brand new short film competition which was so good that we had to tell you about it!

They’ve joined forces with The Mob Film Company director and prolific Director, Paul W.S. Anderson (my interview with him for The Three Musketeers will be up on the site tomorrow) to launch a new short film competition where you could win £5000 of Nikon prizes and the chance to visit Anderson on the set of his next movie (which isn’t stated by we think is going to be Resident Evil 5).

I’ll let Paul do the talking and scroll down for more information and the press release but in a nutshell, the movie can be made on any Dslr or camera with a video function, can be no »

- David Sztypuljak

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Paul W. S. Anderson Talks 'Resident Evil,' Video Games, 3D and 'The Three Musketeers'

22 March 2011 2:00 PM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

Filed under: Celebrity Interviews, Horror, Sci-Fi, Cinematical

"Jean-Luc Godard once said, 'All you need to make a great movie is a girl and a gun.' And that's definitely my approach to filmmaking."

-- Paul W.S. Anderson

Welcome to part two of Cinematical's interview with Paul W. S. Anderson (here's part one)! After 'Shopping' got the attention of Hollywood industry types, Anderson kicked off his mainstream career with 'Mortal Kombat.' From there, his path led him towards bigger and even more sci-fi/action-infused flicks like 'Event Horizon' and, of course, the 'Resident Evil' movies based on the Capcom video games. Here he discusses the evolution of the franchise, 3D versus 2D and his upcoming 3D action period piece, 'The Three Musketeers.'

The 'Resident Evil' movies are interesting because the first one started out as a more straight horror movie like the video games, »

- Jenni Miller

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Paul W. S. Anderson Talks 'Resident Evil,' Video Games, 3D and 'The Three Musketeers'

22 March 2011 2:00 PM, PDT | Cinematical | See recent Cinematical news »

Filed under: Celebrity Interviews, Horror, Sci-Fi, Cinematical

"Jean-Luc Godard once said, 'All you need to make a great movie is a girl and a gun.' And that's definitely my approach to filmmaking."

-- Paul W.S. Anderson

Welcome to part two of Cinematical's interview with Paul W. S. Anderson (here's part one)! After 'Shopping' got the attention of Hollywood industry types, Anderson kicked off his mainstream career with 'Mortal Kombat.' From there, his path led him towards bigger and even more sci-fi/action-infused flicks like 'Event Horizon' and, of course, the 'Resident Evil' movies based on the Capcom video games. Here he discusses the evolution of the franchise, 3D versus 2D and his upcoming 3D action period piece, 'The Three Musketeers.'

The 'Resident Evil' movies are interesting because the first one started out as a more straight horror movie like the video games, »

- Jenni Miller

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Paul W.S. Anderson on 'Shopping,' Car Crashes and How He Ended Up in Hollywood

21 March 2011 11:05 AM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

Filed under: Celebrity Interviews, DVDs, Cinematical

Before Paul W.S. Anderson made his name in Hollywood with action-packed flicks like 'Resident Evil,' 'Avp: Alien vs. Predator' and 'Death Race,' he wrote and directed a slick crime flick about disaffected British youth called 'Shopping.' Starring an impossibly baby-faced Jude Law and spiky-haired Sadie Frost, this edgy independent about stealing and crashing cars got a licking from the British Board of Film Classification, the critics and even its own distributor, Rank. Now it's found its way onto DVD and Blu-ray thanks to Severin Films, who made it possible for Cinematical to chat with the busy director about his first movie and more in this two-part interview.

Cinematical: 'Shopping' has a very different feel than your other movies, from its sort of dystopian aesthetic to its storyline. What were your primary sources of inspiration for »

- Jenni Miller

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Paul W.S. Anderson on 'Shopping,' Car Crashes and How He Ended Up in Hollywood

21 March 2011 11:05 AM, PDT | Cinematical | See recent Cinematical news »

Filed under: Celebrity Interviews, DVDs, Cinematical

Before Paul W.S. Anderson made his name in Hollywood with action-packed flicks like 'Resident Evil,' 'Avp: Alien vs. Predator' and 'Death Race,' he wrote and directed a slick crime flick about disaffected British youth called 'Shopping.' Starring an impossibly baby-faced Jude Law and spiky-haired Sadie Frost, this edgy independent about stealing and crashing cars got a licking from the British Board of Film Classification, the critics and even its own distributor, Rank. Now it's found its way onto DVD and Blu-ray thanks to Severin Films, who made it possible for Cinematical to chat with the busy director about his first movie and more in this two-part interview.

Cinematical: 'Shopping' has a very different feel than your other movies, from its sort of dystopian aesthetic to its storyline. What were your primary sources of inspiration for »

- Jenni Miller

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DVD Playhouse--March 2011

1 March 2011 12:01 AM, PST | The Hollywood Interview | See recent The Hollywood Interview news »

DVD Playhouse—March 2011

By

Allen Gardner

127 Hours (20th Century Fox) Harrowing true story of Aron Ralston (James Franco, in another fine turn), an extreme outdoorsman who finds himself trapped in a remote Utah canyon, his arm pinned between two boulders, with no help nearby, no communication to the outside world, and dim prospects for survival, to say the least. Director Danny Boyle manages to prove again that he’s one of the finest filmmakers working today by making a subject that is seemingly uncinematic a true example of pure cinema. Inventive, breathtaking, funny, and horrifying, often all at once. Amber Tamblyn and Kate Mara make a memorable, brief appearance as hikers who connect with Ralston during his journey. Also available on Blu-ray disc. Bonuses: Commentary by Boyle, producer Christian Colson, co-writer Simon Beaufoy; Deleted scenes; Featurettes. Widescreen. Dolby and DTS-hd 5.1 surround.

Amarcord (Criterion) Federico Fellini’s Oscar-winning, autobiographical classic might »

- The Hollywood Interview.com

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Win a copy of Shopping on Blu-ray!

4 February 2011 2:23 PM, PST | QuietEarth.us | See recent QuietEarth news »

Quiet Earth has teamed up with the crazy kids at Severin Films to offer up three (3) copies of Paul W.S. Anderson's first feature film - uncut for the first time - on Blu-ray. Shopping was also the feature film debut of mega-star Jude Law.

How To Enter:

- Email your name and mailing address to: contest[at]quietearth.us (replace [at] with @).

- Subject line should be "Shopping Contest"

- Enter by Friday February 18, 2011.

We've got three R1 Blu-rays, but the contest is still open to anyone living in the Us, Canada, the UK, Europe, Australia and yep, even New Zealand.

Shopping is available now on DVD and Blu-ray.

Specs, synopsis and trailer after the break.

Good luck y'all!

Synopsis:

The British police called it ‘ram-raiding’. Teenage hooligans called it ‘shopping’. In a bleak near-future, charming ex-con Billy and sexy girlfriend Jo live for stealing fast cars, leading cops on high-speed chases, »

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DVD and Blu-ray releases for February 1, 2011

1 February 2011 5:39 AM, PST | QuietEarth.us | See recent QuietEarth news »

Another great week of releases is upon us gang, starting with Adam Green's Hatchet II which sees murderous inbred, Richard Crowley back to his old sick tricks. Hatchet the first was a seriously twisted exorcise in old school horror, so I can't wait to check this bad boy out.

Another big horror title out this week is Let Me In (review), Matt Reeves' adaptation/remake of Swedish vampire novel/movie Let the Right One In. This one's also produced by Hammer who are determined to make a comeback in the horror game.

Next up is an overdue release of Monsters (review), Gareth Edwards' festival favourite. This one's divided viewers, but I'd say it was an ambitious road movie romance with monsters looming in the background. I'd also say the film misses an opportunity to amp up the tension in places - but who am I to argue with Edwards' masterpiece. »

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"Let" Them Entertain You and More New DVDs

30 January 2011 2:01 PM, PST | ifc.com | See recent IFC news »

A look at what's new on DVD today:

"Let Me In" (2010)

Directed by Matt Reeves

Released by Anchor Bay Entertainment

"Never Let Me Go" (2010)

Directed by Mark Romanek

Released by Fox Home Entertainment

Two of 2010's most underrated films that approach their respective genres from radically different perspectives than most, "Cloverfield" director Matt Reeves' "Let Me In" and Mark Romanek's "Never Let Me Go" will finally have the opportunity to stand out on home video. In "Let Me In," Reeves applies some of his own biographical touchstones for this remake of Tomas Alfredson's horror film about the unlikely friendship between a vampire (Chloe Moretz) and a lonely young boy (Kodi Smit-McPhee). Romanek's adaptation of Kazuo Ishiguro's much-beloved sci-fi novel about a group of children raised apart from the rest of society for purposes that are unknown to them. (Alison Willmore's reviews for "Let Me In" and »

- Stephen Saito

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Paul W.S. Anderson’s First Flick Shopping is Coming to DVD and Blu-ray

19 January 2011 8:57 AM, PST | Beyond Hollywood | See recent Beyond Hollywood news »

Are you a fan of “Death Race” director Paul W.S. Anderson? What about Jude Law and Sadie Frost? If so, consider yourselves amongst the extremely lucky, as the much-maligned filmmaker’s feature debut “Shopping” is arriving on DVD and Blu-ray courtesy of the fine individuals over at Severin Films. From what I understand, the film was censored for over 15 years in Britain due to its extreme depictions of on-screen violence. Apparently, that doesn’t matter much anymore. Hoorah for moral declination! Oh, and pay no attention to the fact that it’s considered one of the worst British movies of all time. Here’s what the film is all about: In a bleak future, charming ex-con Billy (Oscar nominee Jude Law of Sherlock Holmes, Closer and Cold Mountain) and sexy girlfriend Jo (Sadie Frost, Bram Stoker’s Dracula) live for stealing fast cars, leading cops on high-speed chases, and crashing »

- Todd Rigney

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Shopping for the Blu-ray of Paul W.S. Anderson’s first movie?

12 January 2011 12:53 PM, PST | QuietEarth.us | See recent QuietEarth news »

Shopping was the feature debut of both Paul W.S. Anderson and Jude Law. Censored for its frank depiction of violence, the film finally arrives intact on DVD and Blu-ray on February 8, 2011 courtesy of Severin Films.

Synopsis:

In a bleak future, charming ex-con Billy (Oscar nominee Jude Law of Sherlock Holmes, Closer and Cold Mountain) and sexy girlfriend Jo (Sadie Frost, Bram Stoker’s Dracula) live for stealing fast cars, leading cops on high-speed chases, and crashing through posh store windows to steal everything they can grab. But when the law and a rival gang both vow to end their spree, can Billy and Jo pull off one final raid before their world comes crashing down?

Sean Bean (The Lord of the Rings, Red Riding), Jonathan Pryce (Brazil, Glengarry Glen Ross), Sean Pertwee (Dog Soldiers, The Tudors) and ’60s music icon Marianne Faithful also star in this reckless orgy of destruction »

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