by admin on July 7,2015

I noticed that Stoker screencaps were missing from the gallery, I decided to add them, so the caps are now in the picture archive in high quality, you can check them out & enjoy. Stoker is one of my favorite works of Mia.

Mia’s character, India is a girl who after her father’s death gets visited by her mysterious, charming uncle, whom she never even knew existed. Wasikowska’s co-stars in this movie are Nicole Kidman, Matthew Goode and Dermot Mulroney. Movie director is Chan-wook Park and writer Wentworth Miller. Check out the screen captures by clicking on the thumbnails below.

Stoker_GEO_FILE_GE_0601.jpg Stoker_GEO_FILE_GE_1534.jpg  

by on June 6,2013

During 2013 Sydney Film Festival, Mia attended the “Stoker” premiere held at the State Theatre on June 7 where she was joined by film’s director Park Chan-Wook. Mia opted for a simple look, wearing a black Miu Miu dress with an embellished collar and nipped in waist.




RELATED LINK
Public Appearances > Public Appearances 2013 > June 7: 2013 Syndey Film Festival – “Stoker” Premiere

by on March 3,2013




RELATED LINKS
Public Appearances > Public Appearances 2013 > February 27: “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” – Show
Public Appearances > Public Appearances 2013 > February 27: “Stoker” NY Premiere – Arrivals
Public Appearances > Public Appearances 2013 > February 27: “Stoker” NY Premiere – After Party
Public Appearances > Public Appearances 2013 > February 28: “Good Morning America” – Arrivals
Public Appearances > Public Appearances 2013 > February 28: “Good Morning America” – Show

by on February 2,2013

I’m so sorry for not updating, but I was extra busy with my exams. Finally they’re over and I now have time to update the site with all “Stoker”-related events Mia attended over the last month.




RELATED LINKS
Public Appearances > Public Appearances 2013 > January 26: “Stoker” Press Conference
Public Appearances > Public Appearances 2013 > February 17: “Stoker” UK Premiere
Public Appearances > Public Appearances 2013 > February 21: “Stoker” Seoul Press Conference
Public Appearances > Public Appearances 2013 > February 21: “Stoker” Seoul Premiere

by on January 1,2013

In the visually stunning, stunningly perverse “Stoker”, Mia Wasikowska stars as a special teenage girl who finds herself very much alone after her father’s sudden death. Trapped in a home with her needy mother (Nicole Kidman), a mysterious Uncle Charlie (Matthew Goode) whom she never knew existed, and an eerily enhanced sense of sound, Wasikowska’s India Stoker is forced to acclimate to a twisted new family dynamic. The film, which is the English-language debut of South Korean auteur Park Chan-wook, made its world premiere at Sundance Sunday night. And while some critics took issue with minor holes in the plot and a supporting role for Nicole Kidman that could have been made more substantial, its arresting cinematography (by Chan-wook collaborator Chung-hon Chung) compensates for any shortcomings. Full of oblique angles, a pastel palette to offset the morbid story, and creepy cutaways (one extreme close-up shows India sharpening the blood-soaked pencil she just used as a weapon), the film is always lovely to watch, even during its most disturbing sequences.

Equally lovely and disturbing is Wasikowska’s performance as an 18-year-old who finds herself inexplicably attracted to her strange uncle, despite the fact that she does not like to be touched. (Their chemistry is teased in one erotically charged piano duet that leaves her panting.) With her particular cocktail of eccentricities, horror appeal, and Sissy Spacek complexion, Wasikowska recalls another seemingly shy high-school character profiled on film: Carrie, the Stephen King heroine who wreaks havoc on her hometown. They aren’t carbon copies—India does not have telekinetic powers or a Christian-fundamentalist upbringing. But like Carrie, India has an unstable mother, is relentlessly bullied at school, and crosses that fine line between sheltered innocence and a frighteningly violent nature. She gets revenge on a few classmates, is sexually confused, lacks a father, and is a loner. India also appears in a dramatic shower scene that depicts a pivotal moment in her physical maturation. It does not involve blood or fellow classmates, but it occurs after a gruesome event and is Wasikowska’s boldest scene.
click to read more »

Page 1 of 212