Tuesday, September 16, 2014

SAM WORTHINGTON'S 'PAPER PLANES' TRAILER! DANE DEHAAN & ROONEY MARA FOR 'ZIGGY' 1920'S MUSICAL! RUPERT EVENS IN 'MAN IN HIGH CASTLE' SF SHOW! RICKY GERVAIS IS WIZARD IN 'GALAVANT'! NEW 'DRACULA UNTOLD' POSTER

'ZIGGY' MUSICAL FILM 
DANE DEHAAN & ROONEY MARA
Do you like movie musicals? One of those will come to us from Baz Luhrmann's protege Diesel Schwarze. Titled ZIGGY it will star Dane DeHaan and Rooney Mara and it will have original contemporary music with the story which centres on a hunchback escape artist (Dane DeHaan) who arrives in New York during the mass culture boom of the late 1920s. As he falls in love with the fiancé (Rooney Mara) of a powerful media mogul, the story charts ZIGGY’s rise to fame and subsequent fall amid a romantic world crashing down on its own impossible idealism.

TELEVISION HEADLINES 
RUPERT EVANS IN 'THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE' SF SERIES
In TV news, British star Rupert Evans is the latest one to join THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE sf show at Amazon. In the alternative reality show in which USA is ruled by Nazi Germany and Japan, he will play an artist and an intellectual with a secret.
THE WALK UP SITCOM
NBC has bought THE WALK-UP comedy series about two 30 something couples — one with a baby on the way — who decide to buy and live in a Brooklyn brownstone together, creating their own version of the modern urban family.
RICKY JERVAIS IN 'GALAVANT'
Over at ABC, British star Ricky Gervais will play a wizard named Xanax in their historical musical comedy series GALAVANT which will see Joshua Sasse playing a knight who returns to his kingdom to take revenge on the monarch who stole his true love. John Stamos and Hugh Bonneville will also guest star.
 STUNNING NEW 'DRACULA UNTOLD' POSTER UNLEASHED

'PAPER PLANES' TRAILER 
WITH SAM WORTHINGTON
Our first trailer this week is coming from Down Under. Sam Worthington stars in inspiring drama PAPER PLANES which hits Australian cinemas next January. Sam Worthington plays thefather of an 11-year-old fighting to win Australia's National Paper Plane Championships.The movie, which premièred at Toronto Film Festival, also stars Anthony LaPaglia and David Wenham

62 comments:

  1. Shhhh... do like those musicals, but you must not tell anyone. promise!

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    1. nobody will know, just you, me and a few thousand of our daily readers....

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  2. Oh, I want to see Paper Planes. That looks like fun.

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  3. That is a very cool Dracula poster!

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    1. in my whole life I've never seen such gorgeous posters as the three ones released for DRACULA UNTOLD

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    2. Of course it's cool. He doesn't have a body temperature... ;)

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    3. True that.. although we do need to check it out invasively....

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    4. always on duty with his expert fingers

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  4. A wizard named Xanax? Bwahahahaha.

    And what a freaky, scary poster! I'm scared to watch that movie, though I probably will. :P

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    1. I'm guessing he will be highlarious :)
      Isn't it an outstanding poster?

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    2. It is outstandingly scary. :P

      And I just noticed your Scottish butterflies. :D

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    3. ah, yes, we are rooting for great Alba to get their independence this week! :) Gerard Butler for the new king, James McAvoy for the prime Minister :)

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    4. I hope the Referendum goes through. I wonder how long after Thursday it will be before we get the results.

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    5. probably the same evening, Scotland is a very small country, but currently the poll is fifty fifty.....

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  5. Paper Planes looks like a sweet film. Not enough of those about. Particularly like Sam Worthington - in the colour blue :)

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    1. We do like Sam! Methinks it is a fanmade poster, because I recognise that pic of him from one of the old photo shoots :)

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    2. Plus... Dezz and I both have a paper plane.

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  6. I absolutely love Dane DeHaan. He's got such a classically beautiful face and those eyes...good lord. He's in my top three which goes like this 1) Reeve Carney (who I think is the most gorgeous man to walk the planet Earth) 2) Chris Evans and 3) Dane DeHaan...

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    1. agreed on Kiss Evans, never heard of Reeve, must google the bloke....

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  7. Other than The Nightmare Before Christmas, I can't think of any musicals that I enjoy.

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  8. Planes! I mean to type planes, not plans. Sheesh...

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    1. I myself never know whether it's planes or plaines...

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  9. That Dracula Untold poster is pretty darn awesome!

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  10. Nope, I do not like musicals. I have tried to watch them time and time again, only to find I turn them off shortly after starting them. I think that's my issue with Disney lately is they are turning way too sing songy and less storyline driven. Like Frozen. I could have done without half the singing.

    The Dracula poster is amazing! It's always a real treat when you share new images from the film!

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    1. I couldn't agree more. Wait... I suddenly fe-e-e-e-el like singiiiiiiiiiing in the rain... just singing in the rainnnnn.

      Um..

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    2. @Theresa
      you obviously haven't seen MOULIN ROUGE!
      Speaking of new images, later today stunning new ones from THE HOBBIT THE BATTLE OF THE FIVE ARMIES

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    3. @Blue
      hope you have shoes that don't leak... like I don't .....

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    4. I discovered TWO holes in my shoes. No, that's NOT a joke. Want me to send you dazzling shoes?

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    5. hope Mongo didn't cause the holes....

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    6. Well, sometimes I catch him staring at me...

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    7. well, as long as he doesn't eat your shorts....

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    8. Ok, Moulin Rouge is an exception. I did like that one. I tried to watch Les Mis a few months back and just couldn't get past the first 10 minutes. I did get through Chicago, but gritted my teeth most of the way through.

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    9. See... she does like musicals. I knew it.

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    10. CHICAGO was boring as hell, but that is because it was directed by the godawful Rob Marshall.... I have LES MISERABLES downloaded but it's been sitting in the folder for months now....

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    11. Les Miserables made me puke. I hate that movie, really, really hate it. Give me a break. Yes, I watched the entire 10,000 hours because I kept reading it was a piece of art.

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    12. I might not watch it then.... I do have FRIENDS WITH BENEFITS with shirtless TimberMyLake to watch, you know......

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  11. Another Dracula reboot remake slash no inspiration to come up with something new. Bite me.

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    1. Eat my shorts.... This one will be amazing!

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    2. I've never heard the phrase "Eat my shorts..." I think I may have to steal it.

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    3. I think Bart Simpson invented it....

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    4. If that movie is amazing... that would be so amazing.

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  12. Dracula is becoming popular again

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  13. And just when I thought I could never be tempted by another Dracula flick, this one comes along!

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    1. I was never tempted before this one :)

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  14. I'm sold on Paper Planes. I had no idea there were contests . It's nice to know that the world can still honour something that doesn't require technology. Those kids in the film are great and I like that old dude at the end. "How many laws have you broken today" "Three" "After this four"

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    1. there are contests for everything, dahlink. Australian films are usually my favourite. They just have that something special in them...

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  15. I think I would like Paper planes Dezzy!
    Look soo good:)
    xo

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    1. it is a great family movie, Gloria Dear!

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