Saturday, June 8, 2013

JENNIFER LAWRENCE TO FOLLOW 'RULES OF INHERITANCE'! "SEA MONSTER" ANIMATED FILM FROM TRIGGERFISH STUDIOS! TRAILER FOR 'COPPER' SECOND SEASON WITH TOM WESTON JONES! MARION COTILLARD, JAMES FRANCO IN 'LITTLE PRINCE' ANIMATED MOVIE


  JENNIFER LAWRENCE TO LEARN
  THE RULES OF INHERITANCE
Deadline reports that young star (she's nice but I still don't know why she got that Oscar this year?) Jennifer Lawrence, who is currently shooting X MEN DAYS OF FUTURE PAST, will take the lead in THE RULES OF INHERITANCE. The film is based on Claire Bidwell Smith's memoir. As an only child, she lost both of her parents to cancer over seven years, while she was a young adult. The book chronicles the many adventures and romances she embarks on, in an effort to cope with her loss, while finding out who she really is in the process. The film will be directed by Susanne Bier who recently already directed Jennifer in SERENA in which she played with Bradley Cooper for the second time after THE SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK!

  THE LITTLE PRINCE
GETS ANIMATED VERSION
Another animated film is getting quite a stellar voice cast. The animated movie adaptation of Antoine de Saint Exupery's classic children's novella THE LITTLE PRINCE will have James Franco, Marion Cotillard, Benicio Del Toro, Jeff Bridges and Paul Giamatti lending their voices to the main characters. One of the most popular books in history, translated into almost all known languages, brings a philosophical tale of a pilot stranded in the desert, where he encounters a young prince who has fallen from an asteroid. Mark Osborne, who did KUNG FU PANDA, will direct the movie!

  SEA MONSTER MOVIE
FROM TRIGGERFISH STUDIOS 
As HOLLYWOOD SPY exclusively announced in our interview with Anthony Silverston, after ZAMBEZIA and KHUMBA, South African TriggerFish studio is moving onto SEA MONSTER their third animated film. Now, Variety reports that the script, written by lovely Raffaella Delle Donne, will follow an obsessive-compulsive science geek who discovers a primordial sea monster off the coast of South Africa, and has to overcome his fear of the ocean before the creature is captured by an unscrupulous professor, changing the face of the planet forever.

  'COPPER' SECOND SEASON
 AT BBC AMERICA
In the trailer department today, you can check out the trailer for the second season of COPPER coming to BBC America Sunday June 23rd! Last year's hit show, following detectives working in 1865 New York City,  returns with very special guest stars Donal Logue and multiple award-winning actress Alfre Woodard  joining the cast which is again lead by Tom Weston Jones.  America is now on the brink of Lincoln's assassination and Detective Kevin Corcoran struggles to tame the wartime metropolis while wrestling with personal demons, including the betrayal of his wife and best friend. And when Tammany Hall's outspoken General Brendan Donovan returns from the Civil War to restore law and order in the Sixth Ward, loyalties will be bought and sold both uptown and in the slums of the Five Points as Corcoran, and those around him, fight to find their places in an unforgiving city.

25 comments:

  1. I love animated films, so The Little Prince will be a definite must see! Thanks, Dezz.

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  2. I'm SOOOOOOO with ya Dezzy on Jennifer Lawrence. She plays a teenager in the Hunger Games, plays a grown up in Silver Linings, gonna play a teenager again in the new Hunger Games, and looks about 30'ish in that pic you posted. DANG, just can't get a read on that chick.

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    1. and she about has the same amount of facial expressions as KStew. It really is silly the kind of people they give out these awards ....

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  3. Marion Cotillard... love her, sad her part in the dark knight rises was silly, okay not the whole thing just the end where you know... she, well you know... no spoilers here.

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    1. I don't know, and don't really want to know :) we do not mention that atrocious film here not its director (whom I personally consider a danger to society)

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  4. I tried watching Copper and couldn't get into it. Maybe I should try again. It does seem like something I would like.

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    1. haven't watched it myself, but I know lots of ladies who watch it regularly :) Especially my tweeting angels. And BBC America has kindly asked us to promote the show, and we're ever so ready to support a period piece :)

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  5. I have not seen Copper because I don't have BBC America. :( So I will have to check it out on Netflix or something.

    Sorry I'm so very behind on commenting. I have been sick and just depressed lately.

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    1. BBC America is among the expensive channels on cable?
      Hope you get better soon, Melsy, we've all been depressed lately

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  6. Jennifer Lawrence sure looks different with all that makeup on! I hope she does well in her role.

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    1. yep, she is quite a vixen on that pic.

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  7. I didn't remember Lawrence in the first Xmen prequel until after the Hunger Games.

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    1. yep, she ain't no Rebecca Romijn!

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  8. I love BBC Tv...can't wait! Thanks for sharing :D
    Oh, I loved The Little Prince-sounds interesting!

    Hope you are doing well...we need a virtual party
    and a cake to cheer us you! ;D

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    1. we do need a party, Ella, since I could really do with some serious cheering up :)

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  9. Cooper ! Great ,I like the staging, and the reproduction of the sets and period costumes .
    Cheers ;)

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  10. I like the sound of Copper, did the first season air in the UK?

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    1. it aired in Canada and Australia, but I'm not sure if BBC UK bought it for your region?

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  11. I think some of Jennifer's 'look' is due to the character she plays in the Hunger Games. She was very good in the movie Winter's Bone, which I think was her first.

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  12. The Q&A at the Oscars is what made me fall in love with Jennifer Lawrence. She was so damn funny.

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    1. I didn't like her staged fall on the stairs and then her false tears and jokes on Meryl.

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    2. I didn't hear her jokes about Meryl...

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GIVE SOME LOVE TO YOUR DEZZY :)