by admin on November 11,2015

The Wrap posted us with the following:

The Weinstein Company (TWC) has acquired the U.S. rights to director Cédric Jimenez’s Nazi-era thriller “HHhH,” the company announced Wednesday.

“HHhH: Himmlers Hirn heisst Heydrich,” or “Himmler’s brain is called Heydrich,” follows two exiled operatives, a Slovak and a Czech, who killed Nazi official Reinhard Heydrich and changed the course of history. The film explores the lives of Jozef Gabcík and Jan Kubiš from their dramatic escape from Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia to their fatal attack on Heydrich and their own brutal deaths in the basement of a Prague church.

Jason Clarke, Rosamund Pike, Jack O’Connell, Jack Reynor, and Mia Wasikowska are attached to star. Alain Goldman of Légende Films and Daniel Crown of Red Crown are producing the film. Principle photography began earlier this month in Budapest.

David Farr, Audrey Diwan, and Cédric Jimenez wrote the screenplay for the project, which is an adaptation of Laurent Binet’s 2012 international bestseller of the same title, which was the winner of the prestigious Prix Goncourt du Premier Roman.

“Laurent Binet’s novel was an impeccable, profoundly gripping piece of historical fiction that was destined to be made into a film,” Harvey Weinstein said. “It’s in the hands of an extraordinarily intelligent, bold group of filmmakers and actors and we can’t wait to see it come to life.”

The deal for “HHhH” was negotiated by Dan Guando, Michal Podell Steinberg and James Gold for TWC with WME and Alain Goldman.

by admin on August 8,2015

Here’s an all new, official, high quality and to me the best poster yet appeared for Crimson Peak! Where with Mia Wasikowska, we can see her co-stars: Jessica Chastain and Tom Hiddleston! Reminding you that the upcoming movie releases October 16, 2015 and we’re really excited about. In case you missed it, Mia’s role in Crimson Peak is Edith Cushing, who is in love with Tom Hiddleston‘s character, Sir Thomas Sharpe.

In the aftermath of a family tragedy, an aspiring author is torn between love for her childhood friend and the temptation of a mysterious outsider. Trying to escape the ghosts of her past, she is swept away to a house that breathes, bleeds…and remembers.

Click here and proceed to the gallery for full-size image.

by admin on August 8,2015

Why Director Sophie Barthes Felt Compelled to Bring ‘Madame Bovary’ to the Big Screen For a Modern Audience

Barthes breathes new life into Gustave Flaubert’s classic tale of desire. Gustave Flaubert’s classic novel Madame Bovary is no stranger to the big screen, as the 1865 book (impressively enough, it was Flaubert’s debut novel) has been translated to film at least seven times over the decades, including a Jean Renoir-directed version from 1934 and a breathless, Isabelle Huppert-starring 1991 take from Claude Chabrol. But that didn’t stop filmmaker Sophie Barthes from wanting to make it her own.

For her version, Barthes abstained from trying to turn the story of a brutally unsatisfied woman — Madame Bovary herself — into an overly modern tale about shame and the consumption of material goods, instead relying on the strength of Flaubert’s original story. The result is a mostly faithful take on the novel, which sees Mia Wasikowska memorably taking up the role of Emma Bovary, a once-pious young woman in provincial France who grows weary of her life as the wife of doctor, ultimately seeking out more (and more) in the form of various lovers and a growing appetite for material goods (particularly sumptuous gowns, lovingly brought to the screen by costume designers Christian Gasc and Valerie Ranchoux). click to read more »

by admin on August 8,2015

In our picture archive, none of the movie dedicated interview screencaps could be found before. After the massive gallery additions of miscellaneous career projects and magazine scans, I decided to upload tons of movie interview captures. I’ve added bunch of caps, including Crimson Peak, Jane Eyre, Amelia, Alice in Wonderland, Stoker, The Double, Defiance and even more images from various movie interviews. I’m adding many videos to the video library, too and I’m currently filling it with miscellaneous appearances, interviews and behind the scene videos of Mia.

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by admin on July 7,2015

Lately I’ve been checking our photo gallery out, especially the movie productions category, and one day as I visited the Maps to the Stars category, saw there was no movie screen captures, so I decided to cap this movie.

Mia’s co-stars are Julianne Moore and Robert Pattinson, Maps to the Stars has been nominated for one Golden Globe. Directed by David Cronenberg, screenplay written by Bruce Wagner, the movie is about the Weiss family and it was released on 27 February, 2015.

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