Friday, September 20, 2013

FIRST 'FURY' WWII FILM PICTURE WITH BRAD PITT, LOGAN LERMAN, SHIA LABEOUF! MATT BOMER IN 'MONTGOMERY CLIFT' BIOPIC! 'KING TUT' ANCIENT EGYPT MINI SERIES!

MATT BOMER TAKES THE LEAD
IN MONT- GOMERY CLIFT BIOPIC
And after recent Princess Diana and Grace Kelly biopics, another one to expect in the future is a movie on famous actor MONTGOMERY CLIFT!  And they have already chosen Matt Bomer to take on the role of the legendary actor! As 'Deadline' writes Clift rivalled Marlon Brando as Hollywood’s biggest male star. A method actor who refused to put his private life on display, he graduated from stage roles to screen success in films that includes "A Place In The Sun" and "From Here To Eternity". His matinee idol good looks were destroyed by a devastating car accident that left him with a broken nose and facial scars. Though he continued to make movies, the accident haunted him until his death, even though he received an Oscar nomination for one of his last performances in "Judgment At Nuremberg".

1ST 'FURY' WW2 MOVIE PICTURE
WITH BRAD PITT, LOGAN LERMAN
First picture (click on it to see it bigger) has been released for World War II action FURY showing Brad Pitt, Logan Lerman and Shia LaBeouf on a huge tank. Arriving to theatres November 2014 the film is set at the very end of World War II, in April 1945. As the Allies make their final push in Europe, a battle-hardened army sergeant (Brad Pitt) commands a Sherman tank and her five-man crew on a deadly mission behind enemy lines. Outnumbered and outgunned, they face overwhelming odds in their attempts to strike at the heart of Nazi Germany.

'KING TUT' EPIC MINI  SERIES
 ON ANCIENT EGYPTIAN RULER
While we haven't heard anything new on NBC's plans to shot CLEOPATRA series, 'Deadline' reports that Spike TV is preparing a scripted mini series on KING TUT! Tutankhamun, or King Tut (1333 to 1323 BC), was the youngest Pharaoh to rule Ancient Egypt. The six part series explores the drama of power, political backstabbing, war and murder and chronicles King Tut’s rise to glory, his efforts to rule a chaotic empire and the enigma surrounding his death. A young Tut is thrust into power after the murder of his father. The neophyte ruler is forced to marry his sister in order to maintain the dynasty. Although Tut rules as Pharaoh, he is controlled like a puppet by three formidable men who plot against him and vie for the throne themselves. Against all odds, Tut grows from an insecure and manipulated prince to a hero on the battlefield, leading his kingdom into war and victory.

34 comments:

  1. Matt Bomer-woot woot!! The movie sounds good, but you know, Matt Bomer nom nom nom.

    The WWII flick with Pitt, no, just no. Pitt makes me ill. How could anyone breed with that horrid Angelina. I always knew something was dreadfully wrong with him.

    My blog today hasn't updated even after almost 10 hours. I'm in despair!

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    1. and it is interesting how much he actually resembles the young Clift! Of course, Matt is perdier, but still :)

      I will skip Pitt's flick too, especially since it will be a yadda yadda yadda about "American heroes who saved Europe", sing me another propaganda song.....

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    2. I've tried all of those things and none of them work. Did you notice that they've added a bunch of garbage to my name?

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    3. darling, you need an exorcist to cleanse away your profile :)))
      Joking, aside, I think these things will resolve themselves in time, but I really do recommend you to put up a question over at that help forum. They have people who answer.

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    4. PS last week for a few days, for example, Blogger wouldn't show my little avatar, and I didn't have a pic when commenting, but the problem disappeared on itself a few days later

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  2. You had me excited about King Tut . . . until I saw that it was being done by Spike TV. Somehow, I don't see the network that gave us such (ahem) gems as Auction Hunters, Bar Rescue, and 1000 Ways to Die doing a historical epic any sort of justice.

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    1. I was shocked by it being done by Spike too :) but so many small channels are currently venturing into mini series business.... even the ones like Discovery, E! and History Channel, which never had scripted shows before.

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  3. Love me some WWII I'll have to see FURY.

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    1. there are a lot of WWII and also WWI movies coming out soon, David, WWI especially since next year is the hundredth anniversary of the tragic event!

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  4. I do like the sound of "Fury" apart from LaBeouf!

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    1. he he it seems that nobody likes LaBeouf :)

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  5. Montgomery Clift didn't "refuse to put his private life on display," he lived in oppressively homophobic times when being openly gay was not allowed, especially for a movie star. He was forced to lead a sad and closeted life.

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    1. sadly, that still happens, we know a number of very gay actors who are keeping it private because it could ruin their career :((

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  6. Well, I'm just going to say thank you for the photo of Matt Bomer this morning.

    Have a great weekend, Dezzy. We've got some beautiful fall weather starting here.

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    1. glad to hear the weather is good and nice, it will dry up, hopefully, all the flood waters and help people to work on their houses in a more relaxed climate.

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  7. The King Tut mini series sounds like it will be interesting.

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    1. I'm excited, we really need either a film or a show on Ancient Egypt!

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  8. Very nice pic of Matt. Is he hot or what?

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  9. Mr. Bomer's shirt appears a bit dirty. I sure would like to do his laundry for him.

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    1. his husband would probably object :P

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  10. I can totally see Matt Bomer as Montgomery Clift. Good casting on that one!

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  11. My gosh, it was a good day in the gene pool when Matt Bomer was made! Yum!

    Fury looks pretty good! It's hard to find movies that my husband and I can watch together. Fury is probably one that will top both of our must see lists though.

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    1. Indeed, he was so lucky in the body department!

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  12. I thought Matt had a N instead of a M in his last name when I saw the text.

    I was like "that's the quite the name, hard to forget".

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    1. I'm sure he has a very big version of what the N would imply :)

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  13. Even though I'm not a big fan of Pitt, he didn't bother me in World War Z. Though this new movie, I'd probably pass on.

    Right now I'm groovin' on old black and white scary movies, popcorn and apple cider.

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    1. he doesn't bother me much either, although I don't think he is a big actor. He is average at his best.

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  14. Is that movie Fury based on a book? Always interested in thi skind of movies. Thanks for sharing DEZ!

    Greetings
    Peter

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    1. it's not, Peter, it's written by David Ayer who also directs the film.

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    2. What a pity! Thanks for the answer!

      Greetings
      Peter

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  15. Logan Lerman is a self-hating Jew who consistently whitewashes his own grandfather’s history as a Holocaust refugee, in interviews. So Lerman shouldn’t be starring in a movie about fighting Nazis.

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GIVE SOME LOVE TO YOUR DEZZY :)