Monday, October 10, 2016

WERNER HERZOG'S 'SALT AND FIRE' TRAILER WITH MICHAEL SHANNON, GAEL GARCIA BERNAL! BBC'S 'TO WALK INVISIBLE' BRONTE SISTERS MINI SERIES 1ST CAST PHOTO!

1ST 'TO WALK INVISIBLE' PHOTO
 FROM BBC'S BRONTE SISTERS MINI TV SERIES
BBC has revealed the first cast photo for their upcoming drama series TO WALK INVISIBLE which takes a new look at Bronte sisters, who, despite the obstacles they faced, came from obscurity to produce some of the greatest novels in the English language. Wuthering Heights author Emily Brontë is played by Chloe Pirrie, Jane Eyre author Charlotte by Finn Atkins with their youngest sister Anne played by Charlie Murphy. Their brilliant but reckless brother Branwell, whose destructive behaviour threatened to destroy his family, will be played by Adam Nagaitis. Jonathan Pryce plays their father.

'SALT AND FIRE' TRAILER
 WITH GAEL GARCIA BERNAL AND  MICHAEL SHANON
The first trailer launched this week is an international one for Werner Herzog's SALT AND FIRE starring Michael Shannon and Gael Garcia Bernal. A scientist blames the head of a large company for an ecological disaster in South America. But when a volcano begins to show signs of erupting, they must unite to avoid a disaster. The movie, which was shot in just a little bit more than two weeks, is out in German cinemas next month and in French ones from December! 

8 comments:

  1. Another Bronte sister's show. Yay? Salt and Bone kind of confuses me. It seems a mixture of environmental issues and some kind of moral pseudo supernatural movie from the trailer. Or it it just a weird vibe I'm getting?

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  2. I am so glad fashion has evolved into sexier and more glam looks since then. Those dresses are hideous! However, I am sure the movie will be entertaining, even with the ugly fashions :)

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    1. yes, especially that fugly brown design... ugliness personified....

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    2. And the hair too. Barf! Makes the woman look so much older than they are!

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    3. I do like it, and if find it very elegant, when it is tied back like that with the split in the middle, but I hated when they would make buns around the ears or make it hang like grapes over them... that was nasty!

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  3. I'm looking forward to the one about the Bronte sisters. I hadn't even heard of Anne (my bad) until I read The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society.

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    1. yes, there were entirely too many of them to remember all :)

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