Hollywood Life Photoshoot

I have added 7 images from the Hollywood Life Photoshoot by Roberto D’Este.

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Wolfman Update

Even though its release date has been pushed back several times, the updated Wolf Man film continues to put out promotional material. Over at Bloody Disgusting, a few new photos have been released and they feature stars Benicio del Toro and Emily Blunt in action. They mostly show del Toro in his “man state” as opposed to his werewolf counterpart, but it’s better than nothing.

This doesn’t look that bad, why is Universal treating it like an unwanted stepchild? When I initially heard they were remaking the film, I’ll admit I was a bit skeptical. But when the cast came up, there was no doubt in my mind that this could turn out decent. Wolf Man will be released next year on February 12th, and is directed by Joe Johnston. Will they move the date again, I hope not.

Source: Screencave

Apparation to release Young Victoria

GK FilmsThe Young Victoria, which stars Emily Blunt and Rupert Friend, has been picked up by Bob Berney and Bill Pohlad’s Apparition distribution company. According to Variety, this historical romance will be released in the states on November 13th of this year.

The film will follow the rise of Britain’s longest-reigning monarch and her courtship with soulmate and husband, Prince Albert. Directed by Jean-Marc Vallee and written by Julian Fellowes, The Young Victoria also stars Paul Bettany, Miranda Richardson, Jim Broadbent, Thomas Kretschmann and Mark Strong.

About the upcoming stateside release, Berney stated, “I think it’s very audience friendly and commercial.” The film will be released on close to thirty screens on November 13th, with it rolling into at least one hundred theaters by the end of the month.

Source: Movieweb

‘The Wolfman’ now set to howl in 2010

As per EW.com’s Nicole Sperling: Has The Wolfman turned into a horror film for Universal Pictures? The studio announced Tuesday that it will again postpone the release of the remake –starring Benicio Del Toro, Emily Blunt and Anthony Hopkins– this time from Nov. 6 to Feb. 12 next year. Producer Scott Stuber insists the date change is no sign of a creatively-troubled production, but rather a marketing decision meant to take advantage of a three-day holiday weekend. Time will tell which is true. Meanwhile, you can check out the new Wolfman trailer when it takes a bow in theaters before screenings of Quentin Tarantino’s Inglorious Basterds in two weeks.

Source: EW

Young Victoria Captures

Apologies for the lateness, of these but finally I have added number captures of the Young victoria, below are all the links….

DVD Captures

Theatrical Trailer

Deleted Scenes

EXTRA: The coronation

EXTRA: The Wedding

EXTRA: The costumes

EXTRA: The Making Of…

DVD Menus

Emiily Joins ‘Bureau’

Emily Blunt has landed the female lead in “Adjustment Bureau,” joining Matt Damon in the George Nolfi-directed science-fiction thriller adapted from Philip K. Dick’s short story.Damon will play a smooth-talking congressman whose political future is thrown in doubt by uncontrollable events and the arrival in his life of a mysterious ballerina, played by Blunt.

Nolfi wrote the script and is producing with Chris Moore, Michael Hackett and Bill Carraro. Production begins in mid-September in Gotham. Universal acquired the film in an auction held by Media Rights Capital, the producer-financier behind “Bruno.”

Blunt recently completed “The Wolfman” alongside Benicio Del Toro and Anthony Hopkins. She also stars in “The Young Victoria,” “Wild Target” and “Gulliver’s Travels.”

Source: Variety

the young victoria caps are to follow tonight or tomorrow…one word: awesome!

The Young Victoria Review and DVD release

Emily Blunt has been playing second fiddle for too long and was due a big leading role.

And parts don’t get bigger than the queen of England. Here, she plays Victoria, the British monarch who reigned for a mammoth 63 years – still a record.

Although fiercely protected by her German mother, the Duchess of Kent (Miranda Richardson), Victoria always knew her own mind.

Here she rebels against her mum and her overbearing advisor Sir John Conroy (Mark Strong) when they try to get her to sign a regency order that would take away her powers until she reached the age of 25.

So when her uncle King William IV dies in 1837, Victoria – just turned 18 – becomes queen.

It’s a reign that sees her survive assassination attempts, political scandal and a complicated relationship with her public.

Her most poignant alliance is with her adored husband, Prince Albert (Rupert Friend), although her chief advisor Lord Melbourne (Paul Bettany) also has a huge influence on
the young queen.

Victoria quickly learns that she should rule with her head and not just
her heart.

If period dramas or films about the royal family float your boat then you’ll go overboard for this.

The costumes are gorgeous, as are the grandiose locations, while the attention to detail is admirable.

But the real reason it works is that Blunt and Friend make a wonderful couple.

Victoria and Albert’s loving relationship was well known and these two up-and-coming actors throw their all into bringing this to life.

The supporting cast aren’t bad either.

Bettany always brings depth to his roles and Strong is good at being bad. Richardson has the difficult job of being a bad mum, but she pulls it off well.

The extras are varied and informative, with stuff about the real Victoria and glimpses at how they pulled off such a grand production.

Source: The Mirror

The Dvd is released on Monday in the Uk, look out for the caps.

Just loast the theme too, so im going to have to make a new one

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