Tuesday, February 10, 2015

ROBOT MONDAY: NEW POSTERS FOR 'CHAPPIE' WITH HUGH JACKMAN, 'ROBOT OVERLORDS' WITH BEN KINGSLEY, GILLIAN ANDERSON + BAFTA'S 2015 RED CARPET REPORT!

 NEW 'CHAPPIE' POSTERS
HUGH JACKMAN'S SF MOVIE
We're having a robot Monday today at HOLLYWOOD SPY, people, starting with brand new posters for Hugh Jackman's science fiction drama CHAPPIE from DISTRICT 9 director Neill Blomkamp! This dystopian tale is set to open in cinemas March 6th also starring Sigourney Weaver, Dev Patel and Sharlto Copley.

HUMANITY'S LAST HOPE ISN'T HUMAN
In the near future, crime is patrolled by an oppressive mechanized police force. But now, the people are fighting back. When one police droid, CHAPPIE, is stolen and given new programming, he becomes the first robot with the ability to think and feel for himself. As powerful, destructive forces start to see CHAPPIE as a danger to mankind and order, they will stop at nothing to maintain the status quo and ensure that CHAPPIE is the last of his kind. His life, his story, will change the way the world looks at robots and humans forever.


'ROBOT OVERLORDS'
SF MOVIE GETS NEW POSTER
Also opening in March, but a bit later, on the 19th, is British science fiction adventure ROBOT OVERLORDS with the cast lead by Ben Kingsley, Gillian Anderson and Callan McAuliffe. The story of  the movie is set on an Earth which has been conquered by robots from
another galaxy and the human survivors must stay in their homes, or risk incineration if they venture outside and they must wear electronic implants.


BAFTA 2015 RED CARPET
GLAMOROUS FASHION REPORT! 
And speaking of Brits, BAFTAs, the British Film Academy awards were held last night and we're bringing you a quick fashion report from the red carpet. Among the ladies we liked best Lea Seydoux in sunny yellow and stunningly gorgeous DA VINCI'S DEMONS star and Sam Claflin's wife Laura Haddock. Natalie Dormer had the most intriguing lace gloves, while Reese Witherspoon opted for revealing strange looking cleavage that we've seen at recent VANITY FAIR cover. Among gents our most beloved Luke Evans, Tom Hiddleston (who has turned 34 today!) and Henry Cavill were all absolutely dashing! 

28 comments:

  1. From everything I've seen of CHAPPIE it almost looks like a Short Circuit remake. Not that it would be a bad thing...

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    1. it does look very engaging and heartbreaking too! A deeper robot movie compared to Transformerscrap :)

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  2. Just to be a total fangirl for a moment, it's Tom Hiddleston's birthday today, you know. He's 34.

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    1. is it? OMG, we must announce it at our Facebook and Twitter pages!

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  3. wait, it's short circuit on steroids... I will see the next one film and dapper gentlemen and lovely ladies... and happy birthday Tommy boy!

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    1. we truly wish him the happiest one!

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  4. District 9 was a GREAT movie.

    And you can't go wrong with Tom H and Luke E on your page!

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    1. every day is a happy day when we have Hiddlestud or Lukey on our page

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  5. CHAPPIE looks great. I was worried about OVERLORDS, but it looks ok. The British often do these things well, though.

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    1. yep, it might not be well done visually, but Brits put more heart into the story

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  6. Hey with a title like Robot Overlords, how could it go wrong?

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  7. Chappie reminds me of a character that used to be on a late night syfy review show....I don't exactly remember the name. "SciFi Theater 7000"?

    All the celebs look fab! That yellow dress is stunning! So is Cavill!

    Get ready for robots.

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  8. I'm glad Natalie Dormer grew her hair back to normal after her hunger games role

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    1. yep, the trend of ladies shaving their heads is/was disgusting

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  9. I love the deep purple color of Reese's dress. I think she looks great, weird cleavage and all :)

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    1. have you seen how she photoshopped it at VANITY FAIR cover! It was difficult to look at :) She seems a bit crazy lately

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    2. I don't read magazines, so I missed the cover. Ever since she went on that drunken rant, I've lost respect for her. Sweetheart she isn't. I still like the dress though ;)

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    3. I think you saw the cover at my Facebook a few days ago :)

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  10. Beautiful gowns.

    I was terrified of robots as a child. It's only been in the past few years that I've been able to comfortably watch robot movies.

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    1. They are the weird species, just like clowns...

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  11. Yay...more science fiction! My favorite of course! Cheers,

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    1. we are ever so happy when we can announce a new sf or historical project :)

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  12. Robots can't act. Terrible facial expression. That's why I hate that guy in the red and yellow outfit. What's his name again....

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    1. he whose name shouldn't be pronounced here? I hate him too.... Who is he? Let us hate him namelessly....

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  13. Robots? Let them come! The story sounds good!

    Greetings
    Peter

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