“A House In Cornwall” Featurette For Richard Curtis’ ‘About Time’ – Starring Domhnall Gleeson & Rachel McAdams
Universal Pictures has debuted this latest behind-the-scenes featurette for writer/director Richard Curtis’ (Love Actually, The Boat That Rocked) ‘About Time.’ Starring Domhnall Gleeson, Rachel McAdams, Bill Nighy, Tom Hollander and Margot Robbie, the time travel romantic comedy open in cinemas on September 4th in the UK and November 1st in the US. The film is described as a fantastical feel-good movie about a man (Domhnall Gleeson) and his ability to travel back in time. Check out out the official synopsis below.
At the age of 21, Tim Lake (Domhnall Gleeson) discovers he can travel in time…
The night after another unsatisfactory New Year party, Tim’s father (Bill Nighy) tells his son that the men in his family have always had the ability to travel through time. Tim can’t change history, but he can change what happens and has happened in his own life—so he decides to make his world a better place…by getting a girlfriend. Sadly, that turns out not to be as easy as you might think.
Universal Pictures has released, via MTV, the first red band trailer for Nicholas Stoller’s (Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Get Him to the Greek) ‘Neighbors’ (formerly titled ‘Townies’). The comedy follows a young couple (Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne) suffering from arrested development who are forced to live next to a fraternity house after the birth of their newborn baby. Zac Efron plays the head of the frat with whom Rogen and Byrne’s characters quickly form a rivalry. Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Dave Franco, Lisa Kudrow, Jake Johnson, Carla Gallo, Jason Mantzoukas and Carla Gallo also star. ’Neighbors’ is set for May 9th, 2014.
First Clip & New Pic From Terry Gilliam’s ‘The Zero Theorem’ – Starring Christoph Waltz, Tilda Swinton, Matt Damon & More
This new image and first official clip has arrived online for Terry Gilliam’s ‘The Zero Theorem.’ Starring Christoph Waltz, Mélanie Thierry, Matt Damon, Tilda Swinton, Ben Whishaw, Peter Stormare, Lucas Hedges and David Thewlis, ‘The Zero Theorem’ is set for 2014. You can always count me in for a new Terry Gilliam flick. The synopsis for ‘The Zero Theorem’ can be read below. Source: Collider.
The Zero Theorem is set in a world that seems right in Gilliam’s wheelhouse. Living in an Orwellian corporate world where “mancams” serve as the eyes of a shadowy figure known only as Management, Leth (Waltz) works on a solution to the strange theorem while living as a virtual cloistered monk in his home—the shattered interior of a fire-damaged chapel. His isolation and work are interrupted now and then by surprise visits from Bainsley, a flamboyantly lusty love interest who tempts him with “tantric biotelemetric interfacing” (virtual sex) and Bob. Latter is the rebellious whiz-kid teenage son of Management who, with a combination of insult-comedy and an evolving true friendship, spurs on Qohen’s efforts at solving the theorem. But these visits turn out to be intentional diversions orchestrated by Management to keep control of Qohen’s progress. Bob creates a virtual reality “inner-space” suit that will carry Qohen on an inward voyage, a close encounter with the hidden dimensions and truth of his own soul, wherein lie the answers both he and Management are seeking. The suit and supporting computer technology will perform an inventory of Qohen’s soul, either proving or disproving the Zero Theorem.
New Clip & Images From ‘Kill Your Darlings’ – Starring Daniel Radcliffe, Dane DeHaan & Michael C. Hall
The Playlist has uncovered this new clip and batch of images from John Krokidas’ directorial feature debut, ‘Kill Your Darlings.’ Co-written by Krokidas and Austin Bunn, ‘Kill Your Darlings’ stars Daniel Radcliffe, Dane DeHaan, Michael C. Hall, Ben Foster, Jack Huston, Elizabeth Olsen, David Cross, and Jennifer Jason Leigh. The film premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival to glowing reviews.
‘Kill Your Darlings’ revolves around the relationship between influential authors Allen Ginsberg (Daniel Radcliffe), Jack Kerouac (Jack Huston) and William S. Burroughs (Ben Foster), and the man who brought them together, Lucien Carr (Dane DeHaan). Their relationships are tested by the murder of Burroughs’ friend, David Kammerer (Michael C. Hall). ‘Kill Your Darlings’ opens on October 18th.
This past week or so, there’s been a lot of gossip swirling around that Lucasfilm are about to make a big casting announcement regarding ‘Star Wars: Episode VII,’ and according to Film Chronicles, that casting announcement appears to be none-other than Benedict Cumberbatch, who was most recently seen in director J.J. Abrams’ previous flick, ‘Star Trek Into Darkness.’ With plot details under wraps, how the ‘Sherlock’ star potentially fits into the new movie is entirely open to conjecture. The speculation began when the actor recently left Guillermo del Toro’s upcoming film, ‘Crimson Peak,’ without giving reason.
On the promotional campaign for ‘Star Trek Into Darkness,’ Benedict Cumberbatch stated that he’s a huge fan of the original ‘Star Wars’ films, ‘I’ve already asked him (Abrams) if I can be a lightsaber and we’re in talks – about whirring sounds and the rates for the lights and everything [laughs]….. I was much more connected to [Star Wars] as a kid, in the way that a lot of kids are because it’s immediate storytelling, very simple – a beautifully, outrageously simple narrative in a way – and a wonderful three-act melodrama, opera. And I loved them. I really, really loved those films and I always wanted to be Han Solo. Everything Harrison Ford did I just thought was the coolest thing ever”. Expect an update on this story shortly.
Not long after the casting announcement of Dakota Johnson as Anastasia Steele, Universal Pictures and Focus Features have revealed that Charlie Hunnam will star as Christian Grey, the lead male character, in ‘Fifty Shades of Grey.’ Hunnam currently stars as Jackson “Jax” Teller on the critically acclaimed FX series ‘Sons of Anarchy.’ His feature film credits include ‘Pacific Rim,’ ‘Children of Men,’ ‘Cold Mountain,’and ‘Nicholas Nickleby.’