Saturday, July 1, 2017

NEW POSTER AND PHOTOS FOR 13TH CENTURY EPIC ACTION 'PILGRIMAGE' WITH TOM HOLLAND, STANLEY WEBER, RICHARD ARMITAGE, JON BERNTHAL

'PILGRIMAGE' EPIC MOVIE
WITH TOM HOLLAND, STANLEY WEBER, AND RICHARD ARMITAGE
Shot in Ireland and Belgium
Not much to report at the end of the week, just some exciting mediaeval shenanigans for you today, people! I've recently showed you the first trailer for historical action adventure movie PILGRIMAGE starring Tom Holland (as novice brother Diarmuid), Jon Bernthal (as The Mute), Richard Armitage (as knight Raymond de Merville) and Stanley Weber (as the Cistercian brother Geraldus) and now we have some more new photos and a gorgeous new poster!

 ON A PERILOUS JOURNEY
Coming to theatres in August,  it is set on the Irish coast on an island on the edge of the world, in A.D. 1209, where a group of monks and knights reluctantly set out on a quest to bring a legendary artefact with biblical origins to Rome, where they believe their holiest relic will be
The soundtrack features the largest male choir ever assembled in Ireland
safe from those who seek to wield its power. Their journey, told through the eyes of a pious young novice and a mute lay-brother with a violent
Richard Armitage plays knight Raymond de Merville
past, quickly turns into a perilous one, with all manner of military men and scoundrels attempting to snatch their cargo, because they've
Armitage, Holland and Bernthal have all starred in Marvel movies
entered a territory that’s been torn apart through centuries of tribal warfare and the growing power of Norman invaders. That is when the true value of the bejeweled relic becomes dangerously apparent! The
The movie is out in August in USA, on DVD in Europe in July
monks belatedly realize that in this wild land of ancient superstitions, the faith that binds them together may ultimately lead to their destruction.

10 comments:

  1. DEzz, why does he have a big cross on his back?

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  2. Jeez, what are they transporting? Monty Python's Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch?

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    1. that would have been jolly good fun, wouldn't it?

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  3. Even with a slow ending to the week, I can get behind this. Looks like it would hold my interest.

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    1. yep, an abundance of nekkid knights, who's to complain?

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