Thursday, November 12, 2009

FIRST PIC FROM ROMAN EPIC "THE EAGLE OF THE NINTH"


Here's the first exclusive picture of Channing Tatum in a fight scene from the upcoming Roman epic "The Eagle of the Ninth". The $23 million epic is just days away from wrapping up its shooting in Scotland.
As you already know the story revolves around a wounded Roman soldier (Channing Tatum) and his loyal Celtic slave (Jamie Bell) who try to solve the mystery of the Ninth Legion, a brigade of Roman soldiers that vanished after heading into the untamed Highlands of Scotland 15 years earlier.
Stay tuned for some new pics, we'll probably have more quite soon :)

8 comments:

  1. I would like to use the opportunity to apologize to Marko for this picture being too dark and too bluish :)))) I guess the whole Hollywood is set against him :PPP

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  2. See it here...

    http://allthingsfoe.blogspot.com/2009/11/eagle-of-ninth-first-image-large-view.html

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  3. it's the same pic Ted, mine is also big when you click on it :))
    But I like your blog, hope to see you in HOLLYWOOD SPY often ;P

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  4. It looks almost exactly like King Arthur and The Centurion. :) Similar to Gladiator even. Although Gladiator looked mostly brown and rusty. Maybe because of sand in arena and training grounds?
    These other movies are much more gray to black, with a hint of dark blue. Maybe because all those forests are dead, and all of trees and plants are decomposing. I don't know...
    I don't like this kind of visuals, but I've liked King Arthur in spite of of that. Maybe I'll like Centurion and Eagle also.

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  5. Well, of course it looks similar, Bels, it is Rome, not Tajikistan or Mauritania :))

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  6. It's Britain in Roman period to be exact. Even if it was filmed elsewhere. :) But I not talking about costumes or buildings. Similarities are in colors and lighting.

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  7. Well, as I said, all of those movies talk about greyish Roman period, about bluish British climate, about black and dark hidden passions ... :))) The specter is totally natural if you look at it that way :)

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  8. Still, grass and leaves were still green in Roman Britain. Not gray. :))
    But if nothing else, those filmmakers are consistent. King Arthur, Centurion and Eagle all paint a same picture (even if colours are a little off). :))

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