Sunday, July 29, 2018

NEW TRAILERS AND POSTERS FOR 19TH CENTURY REVENGE DRAMA 'BLACK 47' WITH HUGO WEAVING, JIM BROADBENT, 'AN ACTOR PREPARES' WITH JEREMY IRONS, JACK HUSTON, 'HAPPY PRINCE' WITH RUPERT EVERETT, COLIN MORGAN, COLIN FIRTH, EMILY WATSON

 'BLACK 47' TRAILER
REVENGE STORY STARRING JIM BROADBENT AND HUGO WEAVING
Black 47 should hit cinemas in UK this September
A bunch of new trailers and posters today, first up historical revenge thriller BLACK 47 which has a rather thespian cast including Hugo Weaving, Jim Broadbent, Stephen Rea, Moe Dunford with James Frecheville playing an Irish Ranger during the Great Famine of 1847, who has been fighting for the British Army abroad, but abandons his post to reunite with his family. Despite experiencing the horrors of war, he is shocked by the famine's destruction of his homeland and the brutalization of his people and his family. He swears vengeance. His old British Army comrade Hannah
The movie was directed and written by Lance Daly
(played by Hugo Weaving) is then dispatched to put an end to Feeney's uprising! The movie based on a story by P.J. Dillon hits British cinemas September 28th and Irish ones a few weeks before.



 'AN ACTOR PREPARES' TRAILER
AND POSTER WITH JEREMY IRONS
An Actor Prepares to come out next month!
New poster has also been released for another stellar movie AN ACTOR PREPARES starring Jeremy Irons, Matthew Modine and Jack Huston! After suffering a heart attack, a famous, hard drinking actor, Atticus Smith (Jeremy Irons) is forced to drive across country to make it in time for his daughter's wedding. Atticus’ only hope of making the wedding lies with his estranged son, Adam (Jack Huston), who wants nothing to do with him. As they set out on their trip, they become closer realizing they're more alike than they thought. This one hits Northern American cinemas August 31st directed by Steve Clark!



 'THE HAPPY PRINCE' POSTER
WITH RUPERT EVERETT & COLIN MORGAN & COLIN FIRTH
The Happy Prince finally arrives to US cinemas in October
A new trailer and a poster have also been released for Rupert Everett's (he stars, directs and writes) THE HAPPY PRINCE period set drama on famous Oscar Wilde, ahead of its Northern American release in October! The movie also features delightful Colin Morgan as his lover, famous poet Alfred Bosie and gorgeous Edwin Thomas as Robbie Ross. Emily Watson, Tom Wilkinson and Colin Firth also star in the untold story of the last days in the tragic times of Oscar Wilde, a person who observes his own failure with ironic distance and regards the difficulties that beset his life with detachment and humour. 

4 comments:

  1. The famine of 1847 must have been a very traumatic period in the life of the irish people.
    I think 'Black 47' is a must-see movie, as we might , God Forbid, also experience famine. If we look around us we see climate change and population explosion - two things that could easily lead to severe food shortage and famine.

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    1. The most disgusting thing is that Britain did not want to help them at all.
      We had a sort of famine during wars, bombings and especially during US embargo on my country at the beginning of the 90's. We did not have basic things like flour, sugar, oil etc. No petrol of course, either. But this Irish famine was terrible, especially since I'm guessing laws prevented them from hunting or having their own farms.

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  2. All 3 sound good in their own right. I agree with Duta. Thinking about overpopulation and climate change, and our never ending thirst for war, a famine is quite possible. While I'm not the best at gardening yet, I'm trying to work out the kinks so I can eventually get my garden big enough to start canning our own food so I don't have to rely on the government should a famine hit, or another Great Depression. Jason thinks one of our neighbors is crazy because she has a year supply of food for her family of 8 in her basement at all times. But should shit hit the fan, we'll all wish we followed in her footsteps.

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    1. Famine already rules certain parts of the world, sadly.
      Learning gardening is always a smart thing, we shall need you when apocalypse comes, you will be our agricultural expert :) I wish we could grow food too, but our yard is freaking sandy :(
      Trust me, supplies are good. You know we were without food many times throughout my life during wars, embargos, bombings... and in such times having sacks of rice and grain and tons of cans and seeds is a lifesaver. Sadly, my biggest supplies never surpass a few cans of beans and corn LOL I'll die first when chaos comes a knocking :)

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