Tuesday, December 31, 2013

1ST PIC OF CHRISTIAN BALE IN RIDLEY SCOTT'S EGYPTIAN EPIC 'EXODUS'! JANUARY & FEBRUARY 2014 EPIC & FANTASY MOVIES: 'THE ADVENTURER:CURSE OF THE MIDAS BOX' WITH IOAN GRUFFUDD, SAM NEIL, LENA HEADEY, 'POMPEII' WITH KIT HARINGTON, EMILY BROWNING


  1ST PIC OF CHRISTIAN BALE
IN RIDLEY SCOTT'S 'EXODUS' 
Before we continue what we started yesterday - spotlighting January and February 2014 epic and fantasy movies - you can check out the first picture of Christian Bale as Moses in Ridley Scott's upcoming  historical epic EXODUS! Sigourney Weaver and John Turturro play Egyptian rulers, Joel Edgerton is Pharaoh Rhamses while Aaron Paul plays Joshua!

 THE ADVENTURER
THE CURSE OF THE MIDAS' BOX
The tenth of January also brings us THE ADVENTURER: THE CURSE OF THE MIDAS' BOX.  In this fantasy adventure, seventeen-year-old Mariah Mundi’s (Aneurin Barnard) life is turned upside down when his parents vanish and his younger brother is kidnapped. Following a trail of clues to the darkly majestic Prince Regent Hotel, Mariah discovers a hidden realm of child-stealing monsters, deadly secrets and a long-lost artefact that grants limitless wealth – but also devastating supernatural power. With the fate of his world, and his family at stake, Mariah will risk everything to unravel the Curse of the Midas Box! Michael Sheen, Sam Neil, Lena Headey and Ioan Gruffudd also star!

  POMPEII
 NO WARNING, NO ESCAPE!
But the real heat awaits us in February, not because of sweet and hot St. Valentines kisses, but because POMPEII will erupt in cinemas. Set in the days leading up to the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius, the historical epic adventure film will see GAME OF THRONES' Kit Harington playing a slave on a ship heading for Naples who works to get home to save the woman (Emily Browning) he loves and his best friend, a gladiator trapped inside the city's coliseum! As the city is slowly buried in volcanic ash, he also comes face-to-face with the murderer of his family. Kiefer Sutherland and Carrie Anne Moss play Emily Browning's parents!

 HAPPY NEW 2014
FROM YOUR HOLLYWOOD SPY
And I won't leave you today without wishing you the happiest next year which arrives tonight! Hope 2014 will bring you love, money and lots of success. If you're going to a wild party tonight have fun, or if you're like poor little me, good luck in choosing the comfiest pyjamas to spend the evening in tonight! 

44 comments:

  1. That last picture if fantastic.

    Tim and I are homebodies. Not party people. And I LOVE being in my jams, doors locked, windows bolted shut.

    Happy 2014.

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    1. The one with Dezzy dancing with santa? :)
      I'd go to a party, but my year has been awful and I just have no strength to party nor reason for it. Hope next one will be better and hope you and Tim bake something nice for tonight :)

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    2. You made it through. That's a great reason to celebrate. Whatever challenges, you made it through. Here's to kicking butt in 2014.

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  2. happy in the new year, goodbye to the old... jammies sounds like me and the misses are going to be doing. have a glorious start to it all, looking forward to another great adventure with the HollySpy!

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    1. Yep, good bye to 2013, may it never come back and may a better one come to us.
      I will wish all the best to you and the missus in my thoughts at midnight, J-man! May we continue being great blogging friends for many years to come

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  3. I'd like to see Pompeii and I'm up for Bale in anything.

    Happy New Year.

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    1. POMPEII will be very interesting to watch with amazing visuals and a touching story

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  4. Devin and I are staying home too. Our party days are long behind us. Happy New Year, Dezzy. I hope it's a healthy one for you.

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    1. Yes, health would be one of the things I need and what I wish to you as well

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  5. Just read a novel with Pompeii as the backdrop of the story and the tragedy of Mt. Vesuvius' eruption must be powerful to watch on the big screen. Looking forward to the other films as well. Happy new year to you!

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    1. Then it will just make watching the film much more exciting to you!

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  6. Happy new year to you Dezmond .
    Vincent .

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  7. Christian Bale is quite the chameleon. He looks different in every film but is a very fine actor indeed!

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    1. I liked him before he became that morbidly dark character. After that I no longer like him :)

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  8. Pompei, I want to see Pompei! Happy new year Dezmond...

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  9. Happy New year Dez - I'm going out but I'll be home early and into my jammies, too!

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  10. Hey, Dezzy,

    HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!! Pj's eh? Thought you were the kind of dude that runs around the house 'au natural"...

    NO, wait! That the Tart.... Hart... LOL.

    Baked chocolate/ mint cookies this morning for a gather on Friday. Tonight.,,, quiet for me too... Not my favorite holiday.

    ALL THE BEST for 2014!!!!!

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    1. LOL, if I had a body like yours I might have run around naked, but sadly I don't :)

      Wish I could come over to celebrate it with you and the happy people of Chicago, but alas nobody has a private plane to borrow ....

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  11. Nice trailer like 300 movie trailer ~ Just saw the Hobbit and I like it but hubby wasn't so keen with it though ~

    Happy New Year dear ~ Thanks for all the visits & updates ~ I'm in my pjs tonight as its too too cold outside ~

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    1. I should watch HOBBIT soon too!
      Thanks, it seems we're spending the night the same way :)

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  12. Exodus should be really good!
    Happy New Year! I wish you all the best in 2014!

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    1. I'm extremely excited since I do love me nothing better than Egyptian epics :)
      Thanks, you too!

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  13. Oh wow. Pompeii looks epic. We hit the Red Box so we'll be home in jammies too, Dez. Happy 2014. And all your wonderful wishes back at ya.

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    1. Glad you like POMPEII, Sandra! How are the brand new babies?

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  14. And a very happy 2014 to you too, Dezzy!

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    1. thanks, Wendy, you down in the Middle Earth greeted it first yesterday :)

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    1. I'd never equalize Bale with that horrid role. Before it he had much more representable roles to be memorized by

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  16. Ridley Scott doing 'Exodus' eh? My fave 'historical' director will no doubt do a good job and the cast he's got sound promising too. Joel is another really good Aussie actor often overshadowed by Jackman and Helmsworth etc, I look forward to his 'Pharaoh'.
    Merry Christmas to you and hope you and yours have a great 2014 Chika Dez.

    Cheers,
    Doc

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    1. It's the wierdest cast for sure, I've never imagined Sigourney or Turturro as Egyptian pharaohs :)
      Unlike Jackman and Hunksworth and Sullivan Stapleton, whom I all adore, there is something about Joel that I don't like but I can't put my finger on it.
      Happy New Year to you as well, Doc

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  17. Happy New Year, Dezzy! Wishing you every success and happiness in 2014!

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    1. thanks, Canada, I will need those!

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  18. Too bad you don't live closer. You could have spent the new year playing board games with us ;)

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  19. I will have a look at all three of them. Spended this evening watching "The Avengers".

    Greetings
    Peter

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  20. This is a minor criticism, but I don't think ancient Egyptians looked like Christian Bale. Same thing w/ Russell Crowe in "Noah."

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GIVE SOME LOVE TO YOUR DEZZY :)

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