4 items from 2011
Blu-ray & DVD Release Date: Jan. 10, 2012
Price: DVD $22.98, Blu-ray $29.99
Studio: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
Wes Bentley (American Beauty) and Dougray Scott (The Diplomat) star in the 2011 film There Be Dragons, which is based on the true story about the lift of saint Josemaría Escrivá, the founder of controversial Catholic institution Opus Dei.
Written and directed by Roland Joffe (The Killing Fields), the biography movie follows investigative journalist Robert Torres (Scott), who’s researching a book about Escrivá (Charlie Cox, Moby Dick). His work gets derailed when his father Manolo (Bentley), his most promising source, turns uncooperative.
Robert discovers that Manolo was a childhood friend with Escrivá, and they attended the same seminary. However, the two men took different paths in life, with Escrivá dedicating his life to his faith and Manolo getting involved in the brutal Spanish Civil War. The more Robert investigates, the more he finds out the lives of the two men overlapped. »
The Blu-ray and DVD will by priced at $59.99 and $49.98, respectively.
The 10-episode epic adventure-drama offers offers a fresh, violent and sexy telling of the classic medieval tale of King Arthur and his castle and court of Camelot. The series begins in the wake of King Uther’s sudden death, when the sorcerer Merlin (Joseph Fiennes, The Red Baron) has visions of a dark future and installs young Arthur (Jamie Campbell Bower, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1) as king. But Arthur’s cold and ambitious half-sister Morgan (Eva Green, Casino Royale) will fight him to the bitter end for control of the crown. Faced with the challenge »
On June 7, Screen Media will release the DVD of the British romantic comedy Love’s Kitchen starring real-life spouses Claire Forlani (The Diplomat) and Dougray Scott (Mission: Impossible II) and celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay (TV’s Hell’s Kitchen).
Originally titled No Ordinary Trifle, the film revolves around renowned chef Rob Haley (Scott), who struggles to rebuild his life and career following the tragic death of his wife in a car accident. Part of his plan is his purchase of a run-down pub in the rural town of Wooten that he hopes to convert into a culinary sensation without the eyes of the London food press focused on him.
"Believe me, I knocked on the door a long time," Weatherly says. "Mark Harmon always says nobody here wants anybody else's job. Here I am, trying to do somebody else's job."
As a first-time director, Weatherly says his biggest challenge came as an actor. "By the end of this episode, I felt Dinozzo had significantly altered," he tells TV Guide.
"He awakens from a four-year sleep. I was glad to see him back! In this episode and the next, he's in a Sean Connery place - pretty deadly serious with a twinkle in his eye."
That may be provided by former Brothers & Sisters star Sarah Jane Morris. »
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4 items from 2011
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