Saturday, February 8, 2014

AMY ADAMS, GARRETT HEDLUND, JESSICA BROWN FINDLAY, JENNIFER HUDSON IN HEARTWARMING 'LULLABY' DRAMA! FIRST EPIC TRAILER FOR MEDIEVAL ACTION 'IRONCLAD 2 BATTLE FOR BLOOD' WITH TOM AUSTEN & MICHELLE FAIRLEY

HEARTWARMING LULLABY
AMY ADAMS & GARRETT HEDLUND
Now, here's a genre we love most: a heartwarming and deeply inspiring movie - LULLABY with Amy Adams and Garrett Hedlund in the lead roles. Written and directed by Andrew Levitas, the film, to be released sometime this year, is filled with considerable comedic beats and it explores the power of life, its transformative moments and reconnections between loved ones. Estranged from his family, Jonathan (Garrett Hedlund) receives word that his father, Robert (Richard Jenkins), who has been fighting illness for over a decade has chosen to take himself off life support in less than forty-eight hours. What follows is an unexpected journey of love, laughter, and forgiveness! The cast also includes Terrence Howard, Jessica Brown Findlay and Jennifer Hudson!

MEDIEVAL ACTION SEQUEL
 IRONCLAD II BATTLE FOR BLOOD
Your main treat this Saturday is the first trailer for epic sequel IRONCLAD II: BATTLE FOR BLOOD which will axe its way into cinemas this March! Shot last year in medieval fortresses of Serbia, the sequel to the Jonathan English directed epic movie from 2011 which starred James Purefoy, Brian Cox, Derek Jacobi and Paul Giamatti, will now follow a survivor of the Great Siege of Rochester Castle who has to fight to save his clan from Celtic raiders back in  the year 1216. Tom Austen leads the cast this time alongside GAME OF THRONES Michelle Fairley and HARRY POTTER'S Predrag Bjelac who plays the vengeful Celtic leader!
DEZZY'S HISTORY LESSON
Rochester Castle is most famous as the fortress which took part in famous Barons' War in the 13th century England when the barons were
opposing King John's rule. Just one garrison of soldiers managed to keep of the siege of the immeasurably stronger royal forces for seven weeks!
 

32 comments:

  1. I love Amy, but after the awkward, boring, completely disappointing The Hustle, I'm a bit cautious.

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    1. I adore her acting and her personality, but I've never liked her choice of roles ....

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    2. I haven't seen american hustle yet, but I hope I'll like it.

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    3. I probably won't see it, the topic doesn't appeal to me

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  2. i used to like amy adams... she is become too much face time... he'wck yeah on ironclad 2... wait what movie? lol

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    1. what? You mean you haven't seen IRONCLAD 1? Twas an action packed movie with a rather interesting cast (minus Giamatti whom I just don't understand).

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    2. I still like Amy Adams, doesn't matter to me that she's all dolled up. That's part of her job. I've enjoyed everything I've seen her in so far.

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    3. she is the only American actress I like

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    4. Ouch. The only one? How about Meryl Streep? She did such a great job playing Child.

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    5. Yes, but Meryl doesn't count as American, she's intergallactic :)
      All of my fave actresses are either British (Dench, Winslet, Zeta Jones) or Australian (Blanchett, Collette), Meryl and Amy being one of the very few from US I like. The situation is even worse with actors since I think Patrick Wilson is the only good US thespian :)

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    6. Intergalactic, you got me there. Though I don't think of actors in terms of where they come from, but more, did they successfully become their characters? Or are they just playing themselves over and over?

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    7. yes, but that is exactly my point, Ivy. UK and OZ actors are mostly theatrically educated and they can get into their characters, while US ones are not actors but stars who mostly play themselves. Not all of them, but most of them.

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    8. I can't say that mostly US actors play themselves because I see that in a lot of actors, including outside the US.

      Though I do enjoy TGBBO over any other bake show, that I've seen to date. I watch more cookery shows than none.

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  3. I haven't seen Ironclad 1, but this looks interesting.

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    1. movies with a sieged fortress are always interesting to watch

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  4. You know Ironclad is a guilty favorite of mine. I'll definitely watch the second one. Love all that medieval stuff. :))

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    1. and a chance for you to see the castles of medieval Serbian kingdom... or what's left of them :)

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  5. I love Amy Adams. She's so watchable, regardless of film.

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  6. Not on topic, but we just got back from seeing "Monuments Men" which we enjoyed very much.

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    1. I won't watch it because I cannot stand Damon, but I bet Cate was amazing in it as she always is :)

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  7. I never get enough of that Amy stuff. Her lines I mean. Yes, those too.

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    1. Can't get enough
      Of that Amy stuff. ;)

      She looks like a friendly person alright.

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    2. she is, by the way, best friends with Emily Blunt :) Two of the most adorable actresses ever! And my faves too!

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  8. You know Ironclad 2 actually looks a bit better than the first one! I'll be watching that for sure.

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    1. I'm excited as well, I do love me some medieval action especially with lovely Tom Austen... who, by the way, still owes us an interview :)

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  9. I just love Amy's hair, especially the color, in that pic. What a stunner!

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    1. Not much different from your hair in the stunner department :)

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  10. Oh how I adore Amy! I try to see everything she is in. This sounds like a really powerful story.

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