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New Poster For Roland Emmerich’s Stonewall

26 August 2015 6:55 PM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Roadside Attractions has revealed the brand new poster for Stonewall.

Roland Emmerich’s upcoming film has been selected as an official Toronto International Film Festival Selection in the World Premiere Category.

Stonewall is a drama about a fictional young man caught up during the 1969 Stonewall riots. Danny Winters (Jeremy Irvine) is forced to leave behind friends and loved ones when he is kicked out of his parent’s home and flees to New York. Alone in Greenwich Village, homeless and destitute, he befriends a group of street kids who soon introduce him to the local watering hole The Stonewall Inn; however, this shady, mafia-run club is far from a safe-haven.

As Danny and his friends experience discrimination, endure atrocities and are repeatedly harassed by the police, we see a rage begin to build. This emotion runs through Danny and the entire community of young gays, lesbians and drag queens who »

- Michelle McCue

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9 bodice ripping period dramas - from the steamy to the sodden

21 August 2015 5:30 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Prithee, my lord, loosen our corsets and unbutton our breeches. This week has seen a new wave of period drama steam, from Natalie Dormer's BBC film The Scandalous Lady W to the furore about the 'pornographic' new adaptation of Lady Chatterley's Lover.

But they're hardly the first shows to bare historical breasts and bottoms. Here's our 9 favourite saucy costume dramas...

Pride and Prejudice

Ooh, Mr Darcy. We'll ease you in gently with the BBC's iconic 1995 Pride and Prejudice miniseries, fondly remembered for the scene in which Colin Firth's dashing hero takes a dip in the Pemberley lake and emerges to greet his unexpected guests, dripping like a dolphin in a wet T-shirt contest.

While it may have shocked your grandma, this is pretty tame stuff.

Tipping the Velvet

Classic 19th century literature isn't known for its portrayal of lesbian love but Sarah Waters set out to right this »

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Henry Cavill Reveals Embarrassing Sex Scene Secret

10 August 2015 1:19 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

(Warning! This story may be a little too risqu&#233 for some younger reader. Discretion is advised.) Most actors don't discuss their sex scenes in detail. What is on the screen is what you get. But there is always that question that 'arises' when a romantic relationship in a movie or TV seems a little too real. Do the participants ever get a little too excited? Most hard-working thespians will describe any sex scene as uncomfortable and not the place to get aroused, as you are surrounded by tons of crew members on set while situated under very hot lights. It's not too appealing. But Henry Cavill is now one of the few to admit that yes, he did suddenly experience an unwanted physical manifestation of arousal while acting on set. And it was hugely embarrassing.

Talking with Men's Fitness, Henry Cavill reveals that he once found himself in a very »

- MovieWeb

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Henry Cavill Recalls Love Scene Erection: ‘I Had To Apologize Profusely’

7 August 2015 1:52 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Even Superman can’t stop certain forces — like nature, as actor Henry Cavill said an on-set erection put him in an awkward position during his early days as an actor. The “Batman v. Superman” star said tensions quickly arose while shooting an intimate scene for Showtime’s “The Tudors,” resulting in a profuse apology to his co-star for the hard working conditions. “It’s only happened to me once, and it was very embarrassing,” Cavill told Men’s Fitness. “A girl had to be on top of me, she had spectacular breasts, and I hadn’t rearranged my — stuff into a harmless position. »

- Matt Donnelly

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Henry Cavill Got an Erection While Shooting a Sex Scene for The Tudors and Had to Apologize "Profusely"

7 August 2015 11:48 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Henry Cavill once suffered what we can only imagine to be pretty embarrassing—he got an erection at a really inconvenient time. Although we can't really blame him—he was filming a sex scene—that doesn't take away from his humiliation. Appearing on the September cover of Men's Fitness, the Man of Steel star reveals he had to say his sorry for getting a little turned on while filming a scene for The Tudors. "It's only happened to me once, and it was very embarrassing," he admits to the magazine. "A girl had to be on top of me, she had spectacular breasts, and I hadn't rearranged my—stuff into a harmless position. She's basically rubbing herself all over me »

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6 Awesome Legends Behind 6 Bad Ass Vikings Characters

7 August 2015 5:19 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

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If I had a penny for every time somebody told me that Vikings is nothing more than a poor man’s Game Of Thrones, Ragnar Lothbrok would laying siege to my house to plunder himself a fortune. Penned by historical fiction guru Michael Hirst (who also brought the The Tudors to the screen in all their glory), Vikings has been one of the most enjoyable and consistent shows of the decade so far, with the latest season maxing out Rotten Tomatoes’ Tomatometer with a critic score of 100%.

There are certain similarities between the two shows, but in truth, while History’s maiden voyage into serial drama contains more than its fair share of crazy sex and brutal violence, it has more than enough about it to stand on its own two feet. What really sets it aside from George Rr Martin’s original fantasy is that Vikings is based on real history. »

- Phil Archbold

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Trailer for Roland Emmerich's Stonewall, About Gay Rights Movement

4 August 2015 10:25 PM, PDT | WorstPreviews.com | See recent Worst Previews news »

Roadside Attraction has unveiled the trailer for the upcoming "Stonewall" drama, starring Jeremy Irvine (War Horse), Jonathan Rhys Meyers ("The Tudors"), Ron Perlman (Hellboy), Joey King (White House Down), Calbe Landry Jones (X-Men: First Class) and Jonny Beauchamp ("Penny Dreadful). Check it out below. Plot: Centers on the fictional Danny Winters (Irvine), who is forced to leave behind friends and loved ones when he is kicked out of his parent's home and flees to New York. Alone in Greenwich Village, homeless and destitute, he befriends a group of street kids who soon introduce him to the local watering hole The Stonewall Inn; however, this shady, mafia-run club is far from a safe-haven. As Danny and his friends experience discrimination, endure atrocities and are repeatedly harassed by the police, we see a rage begin to build. This emotion runs through Danny and the entire community of young gays, lesbians and drag »

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See The New Trailer For Roland Emmerich’s Stonewall – In Theaters September 25

4 August 2015 10:25 AM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Check out the new trailer for Roland Emmerich’s powerful new film, Stonewall.

Stonewall is a drama about a fictional young man caught up during the 1969 Stonewall riots. Danny Winters (Jeremy Irvine) is forced to leave behind friends and loved ones when he is kicked out of his parent’s home and flees to New York. Alone in Greenwich Village, homeless and destitute, he befriends a group of street kids who soon introduce him to the local watering hole The Stonewall Inn; however, this shady, mafia-run club is far from a safe-haven. As Danny and his friends experience discrimination, endure atrocities and are repeatedly harassed by the police, we see a rage begin to build. This emotion runs through Danny and the entire community of young gays, lesbians and drag queens who populate the Stonewall Inn and erupts in a storm of anger. With the toss of a single brick, »

- Michelle McCue

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'Game of Thrones' Season 6 Gets Max Von Sydow as Three-Eyed Raven

3 August 2015 5:35 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Just days after veteran actor Ian McShane joined the cast of Game of Thrones for Season 6, the hit HBO series has added another highly-respected veteran actor. Entertainment Weekly reports that Max von Sydow has signed on to play the Three-Eyed Raven in Game of Thrones this season. Both Ian McShane and Max von Sydow are not expected to have major roles, but each character is described as "crucial." No details were given for Ian McShane's character.

At the end of Season 4, the Three-Eyed Raven finally appeared before Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead-Wright), after he reached the Weirwood Tree. The Raven was played by a different actor in the Season 4 finale, but now we'll see Max von Sydow as this mystical tutor to Bran. Last season, Bran and his travelling companion Hodor (Kristian Nairn) did not appear at all, since their story was already caught up to the George R.R. Martin books. »

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Roadside Attractions Releasing Roland Emmerich’s Stonewall On September 25

21 July 2015 1:27 PM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Courtesy of Roadside Attractions

Roadside Attractions will release Stonewall, a drama about the 1969 Stonewall riots that started America’s Lgbt rights movement, on September 25, 2015.

Written by Jon Robin Baitz and directed by Roland Emmerich, both out gay men, the film stars Jeremy Irvine and newcomer Jonny Beauchamp, with Jonathan Rhys Meyers and Ron Perlman.

Emmerich, who also produced the film, says, “I was always interested and passionate about telling this important story, but I feel it has never been more timely than right now.” Less than 50 years ago, in 1969, being gay was considered a mental illness; gay people could not be employed by the government; it was illegal for gay people to congregate, and police brutality against gays went unchecked. Today, thanks to the events set in motion by the Stonewall riots, the gay rights movement continues to make incredible strides towards equality. In the past several weeks alone, the »

- Michelle McCue

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‘Mr Selfridge’ Adds Cast For Season 4; ‘Detectorists’ Starts Production On Second Season – Global Briefs

16 July 2015 10:00 PM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Mr Selfridge has added cast for the fourth season, which is expected to return next year. The ITV period drama stars Jeremy Piven as the titular department store impresario with Katherine Kelly, Tom Goodman-Hill, Ron Cook, Amanda Abbington, Amy Beth Hayes, Trystan Gravelle, Sacha Parkinson and Samuel West all coming back. New cast members include Sacha Dhawan (Line Of Duty), Lottie Tolhurst and Mimi Ndiweni (Cinderella). Joining them are Emma Hamilton (The Tudors) and Zoe… »

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Review & Recap: 'True Detective' Season 2, Episode 4 'Down Will Come'

13 July 2015 5:21 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

It’s time to call it, even though many already have, starting with the first episode. As the second season of “True Detective” heads into its second half with episode four, “Down Will Come,” we have to admit that having given it a fair shot, this thing is bad. At least it’s entertaining, interesting bad at times, though the Lynchian ripoff weirdness of last week’s episode three is sorely lacking in episode four. There’s been a pattern of using cliffhangers to keep us coming back week to week—a rather “meh” episode capped off with an insane event, and “Down Will Come” definitely delivers that. Directed by TV journeyman Jeremy Podeswa (“Game Of Thrones,” "Boardwalk Empire," "The Tudors," "Six Feet Under," "Queer As Folk"), there’s a slowly measured pace to the first half of this episode that is livened up in the last part only by »

- Katie Walsh

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Review & Recap: 'True Detective' Season 2, Episode 4 'Down Will Come'

13 July 2015 5:21 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

It’s time to call it, even though many already have, starting with the first episode. As the second season of “True Detective” heads into its second half with episode four, “Down Will Come,” we have to admit that having given it a fair shot, this thing is bad. At least it’s entertaining, interesting bad at times, though the Lynchian ripoff weirdness of last week’s episode three is sorely lacking in episode four. There’s been a pattern of using cliffhangers to keep us coming back week to week—a rather “meh” episode capped off with an insane event, and “Down Will Come” definitely delivers that. Directed by TV journeyman Jeremy Podeswa (“Game Of Thrones,” "Boardwalk Empire," "The Tudors," "Six Feet Under," "Queer As Folk"), there’s a slowly measured pace to the first half of this episode that is livened up in the last part only by »

- Katie Walsh

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Sdcc 2015: Watch the trailer for Season 4 of History’s ‘Vikings’

11 July 2015 3:39 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

While the History channel has mostly earned its reputation on the basis of documenting factual events, the channel has recently also delved into original scripted programming. One of their most notable forays into the latter has been Vikings, a series that focuses on the saga of Ragnar Lothbrok, a legendary figure in viking lore. The show is created by Camelot and The TudorsMichael Hirst, and has been renewed for a fourth season earlier this year.

Following the show’s renewal, the Vikings panel at the San Diego Comic-Con revealed a trailer for the new season. Travis Fimmel is set to return once again in the lead role, and the new season was confirmed to air in 2016, though an official premiere date has yet to be announced. The trailer can be seen below, and our reviews of the show’s second season can be read here.

The post Sdcc 2015: »

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Jonathan Rhys Meyers will play The Clash's Joe Strummer in 1970s drama

9 July 2015 8:06 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Jonathan Rhys Meyers is to portray Joe Strummer in an upcoming drama.

The Tudors actor will lead the cast of London Town, which features The Clash as part of the main story, reports Screen Daily.

Production has begun in the UK for the film, which will also star Into the Woods' Daniel Huttlestone, Dougray Scott and Natascha McElhone.

Set in the 1970s, the film will follow the life of a 14-year-old boy (Huttlestone) whose life is changed dramatically after his estranged mother introduces him to The Clash.

The film has also secured the rights to several of The Clash's songs for the soundtrack.

Derrick Borte will direct the drama from a script by Kirsten Sheridan, Sonya Gildea and Matthew Brown.

Rhys Meyers has previously portrayed Elvis Presley and Henry VIII in Elvis and The Tudors, respectively.

Joe Strummer died at the age of 50 in 2002 due to an undiagnosed congenital heart defect, »

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Drama 'London Town' underway in UK

8 July 2015 4:44 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Shoot underway in London on drama featuring Jonathan Rhys Meyers as frontman for The Clash, Joe Strummer.

Production is underway in the UK on London Town, the Dutch Tilt Film and Culmination Productions drama starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers (Match Point), Daniel Huttlestone (Into the Woods), Dougray Scott (Hitman) and Natascha McElhone (Californication).

Set in 1970’s London, the film charts the story of a 14-year-old boy whose life is changed forever after he is introduced to rock band The Clash by his estranged mother.

The Tudors star Rhys Meyers plays the late punk great and Clash frontman Joe Strummer while the production has secured rights to a number of the band’s songs.

The film is written by Kirsten Sheridan, Sonya Gildea and Matthew Brown and directed by Derrick Borte with Hubert Taczanowski serving as director of photography.

Producers are Sofia Sondervan of Dutch Tilt Film, Killer FilmsChristine Vachon and Tom Butterfield of Culmination Productions in association »

- andreas.wiseman@screendaily.com (Andreas Wiseman)

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FremantleMedia casts fairy tale romance

5 July 2015 3:22 PM, PDT | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Last Cab to Darwin.s Emma Hamilton and City Homicide.s Ryan O.Kane head the cast of Network Ten.s Mary: The Making Of A Princess.

FremantleMedia Australia's telemovie will follow the chance meeting of Tasmanian-born Mary Donaldson and Crown Prince Frederik Andre Henrik Christian of Denmark at. Sydney's The Slip Inn in 2000. That led to a four-year courtship which culminated in their marriage.

The producer is Antonia Barnard, Sam Strauss wrote the screenplay and Jennifer Leacey is the director.. Shooting in Sydney starts on July 20, with Damian Wyvill as the DoP..

Hamilton played Anne Stanhope in The Tudors and will be seen in the fourth series of. Mr Selfridge. Her credits include Jeremy Sims. Last Cab to Darwin and TV.s The Musketeers, Poirot and Case Histories.

O.Kane appears in two upcoming Australian movies, Abe Forsythe.s black comedy Down Under and Peter Andrikidis. Alex & Eve. »

- Staff writer

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Round-Up: Alleluia! The Devil’S Carnival Teasers, The Charnel House, Morituris Blu-ray / DVD Release Details

2 July 2015 8:02 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Darren Lynn Bousman and company's Alleluia! The Devil's Carnival screening tour in the U.S. will commence this August in Los Angeles. Also in this round-up: details on The Charnel House and U.S. release details for the Morituris Blu-ray / DVD.

Alleluia! The Devil's Carnival: In 2012, director Darren Lynn Bousman and his team hit the road and took Lucifer with them, bringing The Devil's Carnival film and accompanying live entertainment to cities across America. Bousman and company are now back to raise a lot of hell and a little heaven in Alleluia! The Devil's Carnival.

Featuring David Hasselhoff, Paul Sorvino as God, and Terrance Zdunich as Lucifer, Alleluia! The Devil's Carnival kicks off its U.S. theater screenings tour on August 11th in Los Angeles. For tour and ticket info, visit:

http://www.thedevilscarnival.com/tickets

"After triumphant collaborations on 2008's Repo! The Genetic Opera and 2012's The Devil's Carnival: Episode One, »

- Tamika Jones

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Ten Things You Didn’t Know About Emilia Clarke

1 July 2015 5:22 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Emilia Clarke has such star presence that it’s not hard to understand why her fame has risen alongside hit HBO series Game of Thrones. But although fans may think they know all there is to know about the celebrity, there’s a few more tidbits out there. Here are ten things you didn’t know about Emilia Clarke.

1. She decided at the age of just 3 years old to become an actress.

Emilia’s father was a sound engineer for the theatre, and she regularly went along to his place of work. At the age of three she was taken to see the musical ‘Show Boat’. ““I clapped over my head because I was so mesmerised.” she told the Evening Standard.

2. She was teased for her eyebrows at school

“My mom had rules when I was growing up: Don’t do drugs, don’t have sex, and don’t touch your eyebrows. »

- Paul Heath

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The Tudors Television Review: Is it Worth Your Time?

29 June 2015 1:01 PM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

What do you think of the Showtime show, “The Tudors?” Do you think it is a great television series? Not quite sure how you feel about it? Keep reading for a comprehensive review of this much talked about TV show.

There are some that think that “The Tudors” makes for compelling television but there are also those who feel that it has many historical inaccuracies, and thus, not worth their time.

The Tudors is set primarily in 16th century England tells the story of England’s King Henry VIII (Jonathan Rhys Meyers) and his many marriages. This raunchy historical drama ran for four seasons, from 2007 to 2010, and was a rating success for Showtime.

The success of the show was due to Henry many trysts, a seemingly endless stream of beheadings, as well as lots of intrigue; similar to what Red Flush offers Canadian players.

It also tells the tale of »

- The Hollywood News

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