Arquivo da categoria: 'Movies'
06
Feb

I added the gallery 1469 screencaptures in HD 1920p from the movie ‘High Resolution’. HR was released exclusively on Showtime last year and you can check it out here.

See the caps by clicking on the thumbnails below.

Posted by 06.Feb.2019 • filed in High Resolution Movies Screencaptures


29
Jan

‘Extracurricular Activities’ reached the digital platforms. The film is available on the Sky Store, Amazon and iTunes UK for anyone interested in renting or buying. ‘Extracurricular Activities’ will also hit theaters, according to screenwriter Bob Saenz the film premieres this spring and will have a premiere in Los Angeles. The date has not yet been released but stay tuned that soon we will have news. Below you will find Sky Store, Amazon and iTunes UK links where you can buy or rent the movie.

Sky Store UK

Amazon UK

ITunes UK

Synopsis:

This unique twist on a dark comedy follows the outrageous life of Reagan Collins, a model high school student with “a killer” after-school job that involves arranging “accidents”. When his classmates’ parents become too overbearing, self-obsessed, or just plain inconvenient, Reagan offers to kill them for a price. However, when seasoned police detective Cliff Dawkins starts putting the pieces together, it’s a battle of wits to see if Reagan can keep business booming while the rising body count brings Cliff ever-closer to the truth. A fantastically bold comedy starring Danielle Macdonald (Dumplin) and Ellie Bamber (Nocturnal Animals).

See the trailer below;

Posted by 29.Jan.2019 • filed in Extracurricular Activities Movies News Videos


22
Dec

The Signature Entertainment released the trailer for his latest project, Extracurricular Activities, a comedy feature directed by Jay Lowi.

This unique twist on a dark comedy follows the outrageous life of Reagan Collins, a model high school student with “a killer” after-school job that involves arranging “accidents”. When his classmates’ parents become too overbearing, self-obsessed, or just plain inconvenient, Reagan offers to kill them for a price. However, when seasoned police detective Cliff Dawkins starts putting the pieces together, it’s a battle of wits to see if Reagan can keep business booming while the rising body count brings Cliff ever-closer to the truth. A fantastically bold comedy starring Danielle Macdonald (Dumplin) and Ellie Bamber (Nocturnal Animals).

Extracurricular Activities has already received its rating in the British Board of Film Classification and will have its debut soon in VOD. Stay tuned for more information.

See the trailer below;

Posted by 22.Dec.2018 • filed in Extracurricular Activities Movies News Videos


21
Dec

If you were going to categorise Ellie Bamber’s 2018, ‘intense AF’ springs to mind. No stranger to a gritty role – you will recognise Ellie from her chilling role in Tom Ford’s Nocturnal Animals – Ellie jetted to Brazil to portray a real-life backpacker who was kidnapped, repeatedly raped and abused in the back of a tiny van for the film, The Seven Sorrows of Mary.

Then if that wasn’t gut wrenching enough for one twenty-one-year-old, she popped on a corset and tackled one of the most iconic roles of all, Cosette in BBC’s sans singing adaption of Les Misérables. Set to become Christmas TV’s break out star, Ellie’s star turn takes her from rising eugine to fully fledged power house.

Here, one of Britain’s best rising stars opens up her photo album and takes us on a whistle-stop tour of her 2018 from the trap music loving set of Les Misérables to the Chanel Couture show…

Do you wanna build a snowmannnn…

I don’t think this snowman has been my best work. With this being taken a year ago, I am looking back at myself in this picture and realise I have gone through tonnes. I don’t think I would speak to you about things in the same way, then. It’s hard to put my mind in the same place that I was because I feel like I’m growing at such a rapid rate that I can’t even keep up. Playing different roles escalates that growing up process, too.

Les Misérables Trap Queens

My first reaction when I watched Les Misérables was, ‘wow, my hair looks good!’ They put half a wig in and I was always kinda worried it was gonna make my head look twice as big! This is the girl playing younger Cosette and I. It was actually really bizarre as there was an even younger child, called Milo and then there was a baby me. It was interesting to see what they had gone for and how similar they had made us.

The real lol was, one morning at 5am I asked Dominic West if it was it ok if I played trap music and he said, ‘absolutely I love trap music!’ Next minute I’m playing trap music and we’re having a dance around the trailer. That was fun.

Some Friday nights the crew put on parties in the car parks where we had the trailers. We had fire breathers, smoke machines, disco lights, like, 90s raves!

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Posted by 21.Dec.2018 • filed in BBC Interviews Les Misérables List Movies News On set The Trial of Christine Keeler Tv


21
Dec

The first look image has been released from British independent movie “The Show,” based on an original story by graphic novel creator Alan Moore best known for “Watchmen,” “V for Vendetta,” “The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen” and “From Hell.” The cast is led by Tom Burke, whose credits include “War and Peace,” “The Souvenir” and “Only God Forgives.”

Other members of the cast include Siobhan Hewlett (“Show Pieces”), Ellie Bamber (“Nocturnal Animals,” “The Nutcracker and the Four Realms”), Sheila Atim (“Girl From the North Country”), Richard Dillane (“The White Princess,” “The Last Post”) and Moore himself.

The movie is directed by Mitch Jenkins from a script by Moore, his first original feature film screenplay to be produced. Production is underway in Northampton, U.K. Moore and Jenkins previously produced “Show Pieces,” a cycle of short films.

“The Show” follows Fletcher Dennis (Burke), who has been hired to track down a stolen artefact. This leads him to Northampton, a “haunted town” at “England’s broken heart” that has “collapsed to a black hole of dreams.” Burke finds himself “sinking in a quicksand twilight world of dead Lotharios, comatose sleeping beauties, Voodoo gangsters, masked adventurers, unlikely 1930s private eyes and violent chiaroscuro women.”

Jim Mooney and Mike Elliott of EMU Films and Lex Films’ Tom Brown are producing. Finance is provided by BFI, awarding funds from the National Lottery, along with Lipsync. Protagonist Pictures will handle worldwide sales.

“I wanted to see if it was possible to create an immersive and addictive world with no throwaway dialogue and no throwaway characters, a world where every character is memorable, distinctive and attempting to steal the whole show for themselves, just as we do in real life,” Moore said.

“I wanted to take some very old-school approaches to film and to find out, alongside Mitch Jenkins, what would happen if you connected them up with some very modern ideas and technical capabilities, and I wanted to make a piece of radical and progressive cinema that was also ridiculously sumptuous, involving and entertaining: a genuinely spectacular show.”

Posted by 21.Dec.2018 • filed in Movies News The Show