Filming of “Arthur Newman Golf Pro” begins

Here are some photos from last nights filming of Arthur Newman Golf Pro on Lake Park Blvd in Carolina Beach, NC. The movie stars Colin Firth (pinkish/orange shirt & glasses) and Emily Blunt (short black hair, long grey top with black leggings).
The scene was described by the photographer as follows:
Tonight’s scene involved a car chase with Emily Blunt’s character driving. She finally gets stopped after running over a spike strip. The officer comes to her door and tells her to get out. She says “I know my rights, I’m a college graduate.” She is supposed to be drunk. She is then arrested, handcuffed on the hood of her car & taken to the police vehicle.
During one take, Emily forgets to put the car in park and when she is pulled out of the vehicle by the officer, it starts rolling. They kept filming the scene so it might make for a nice blooper clip You could hear everyone saying “ohhhh.” It was funny.

Source: Carolina Beach Today

Emily Blunt for Harper’s Bazaar!

Emily Blunt is featured in the Harper’s Bazaar’s new “Age of Scorsese” spread. She paid tribute to the 1974 classic Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore. The portfolio comes from the mag’s November issue, featuring Beyonce on the cover!

Source: JustJared

Yves Saint Laurent Release Teaser For Campaign with Emily Blunt

Yves Saint Laurent have just released this behind the scenes teaser video for the new Opium campiagn featuring Emily Blunt that I revealed a couple of weeks ago! We see Emily looking very serious and sexy as she walks the hall of a house and a cheetah circling a room … the teaser ends ends when Emily goes to enter the room where the Cheetah is!

Source: SassiSamBlog.com



CBS Films Dates ‘Salmon Fishing In Yemen’

Salmon Fishing In The Yemen will be released by CBS Films on March 2, 2012 in a limited run. It stars Ewan McGregor and Emily Blunt alongside Kristin Scott Thomas and Amr Waked in a tale of fly-fishing and political spinning, unexpected heroism, and late-blooming love. I hear the studio, which bought the film at Toronto last month, thinks it has awards potential but didn’t want to make it a contender this late in the year.
Directed by Oscar-nominee Lasse Hallström (Chocolat) and written by Oscar-winner Simon Beaufoy (Slumdog Millionaire), the filmis based on Paul Torday’s acclaimed novel about a scientist who looks to fulfills a sheikh’s dream of bringing the sport of fly-fishing to his homeland in Yemen. It is produced by Paul Webster (The Motorcycle Diaries) and executive produced by Jamie Laurenson, Stephen Garrett, Paula Jalfon, Zygi Kamasa and Guy Avshalom.

Source: Deadline.com

Syfy Developing TV Series Based On “The Adjustment Bureau”

As reported by Deadline, Syfy will be developing a television series based on The Adjustment Bureau. George Nolfi, writer/director for the film adaptation from earlier this year, will be executive producing the new TV series along with former Smallville EPs Darren Swimmer and Todd Slavkin. Swimmer and Slavkin will be writing the new show.
The Adjustment Bureau starred Matt Damon and Emily Blunt as two people, a politician and a dancer, whose romance comes under attack by the mysterious government agency by the same name of the film. This bureau (light spoiler alert) uses its powers and clout to push the lives of people in a specific direction, in this case one that did not include Damon and Blunt’s characters as a couple. The film was built heavily around the idea of destiny; Damon and Blunt spend most of film fighting against the Bureau, trying to make their own place in the world. The film was actually based off a short story called Adjustment Team by the science fiction god, Philip K. Dick.
Philip Dick’s writings have spawned a few television programs and an incredible number of film adaptations, some of which are amongst the most recognizable in the genre. Blade Runner, Minority Report, A Scanner Darkly, and Total Recall (which is coming back to the big screen next summer, by the way) are probably the most famous movie adaptations of Philip K. Dick’s work. Anyway, I think the concept behind The Adjustment Bureau is at least reasonably well suited for the episodic TV format and the Syfy channel in particular, of course, and we’ll be keeping an eye for more details as they come.

Source: CinemaBlend

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