Saturday, April 10, 2021

SAM WORTHINGTON, SULLIVAN STAPLETON, MIRANDA OTTO, RICHARD ROXBURGH TO LEAD AUSTRALIAN FIRES TV SERIES! WOMAN IN THE WINDOW TRAILER WITH AMY ADAMS, GARY OLDMAN, JULIANNE MOORE

   OZ TV SERIES FIRES CASTS   
SAM WORTHINGTON, SULLIVAN STAPLETON, RICHARD ROXBURGH
It will really be an all star Australian cast: their broadcaster ABC and Tony Ayres, who created Cate Blanchett's Stateless series, are preparing a new six part series FIRES inspired by extraordinary accounts from people who survived the catastrophic fire season in Australia of late 2019 and early 2020! Sam Worthington, Richard Roxburgh, Sullivan Stapleton,
Sam Worthington, Sullivan Stapleton, Richard Roxburgh, Miranda Otto
Miranda Otto, Hunter Page Lochard, Anna Torv, Kate Box, Helana Sawires, Daniel Henshall  and Noni Hazlehurst will all star together with Eliza Scanlen! Fires is a series about ordinary people, caught in the unimaginable, and the ways they came together in the face of a devastating natural disaster.Each episode is based around a different community and drawn from reports of ordinary people and the difficult choices they were forced to make.
 
    WOMAN IN THE WINDOW    
TRAILER WITH AMY ADAMS
The movie is finally out May 14th!
If you think you will be in the mood for some spooky thrillers this May, WOMAN IN THE WINDOW will stream over at Netflix May 14th with Amy Adams, Julianne Moore, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Gary Oldman, Anthony Mackee in the Joe Wright directed movie based on an A.J. Finn's novel.  Anna Fox (Amy Adams) feels safest when she’s watching the world from behind her window. Until the Russell family moves in across the street, and she witnesses something unimaginable. The question is...what really happened? Check out the trailer below and tell us what you think!

10 comments:

  1. All I can think of when watching the trailer was your last comment about Amy Adams being scary without make up! LOL

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    1. Most ladies are, sadly LOL /goesandhidessomewherefromtheirwrath/

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  2. I was just thinking about how I hate it when they make Amy look like trash. I know she’s pretty, but the roles she takes lately you would think she was a dirty homeless beggar. With that said, the book was too predictable and a little boring at times. I don’t imagine the movie will be any different.

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    1. And yet, no matter how ugly she makes herself they won't give her an Oscar, sadly.

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    2. She definitely deserves one. She's got the talent. The people who cast the votes, sadly, don't have brains.

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  3. The woman in the window is my cup of tea! The only Australian series I have ever watched is McLeod's Daughters...and I didn't even finish all the seasons..too lengthy for me.

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    1. Australians have the best of series, you should watch Lambs of God with Sam Reid, that one was out of this world, Stateless and Bloom also weren't bad.

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  4. I love Amy Adams & I've been looking for somethin' new from her, that is my cup of tea.

    And ever since I saw the first trailer, I knew I had to watch this movie. 👏🏻 However, there were too many pushbacks and it seems like that was ages ago. 😏

    Can't wait to finally watch it! By now, I've accidentally seen more spoilers than I'd want (which is none, actually) so, I just have to be patient for one more month. 🤷‍♂️

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    1. Hope it won't disappoint you after such a long wait :)

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