Friday, January 28, 2022

TRAILER FOR LOST GIRLS PETER PAN FILM WITH JOELY RICHARDSON, VANESSA REDGRAVE, IAIN GLEN! SEE 1ST PHOTOS FROM APPLE'S TV SERIES ADAPTATION OF PACHINKO MULTIGENERATIONAL SAGA

 THE LOST GIRLS TRAILER
FROM PETER PAN UNIVERSE
The Lost Girls are arriving June 17th
First trailer has been released for a movie set in the Peter Pan universe: to arrive this June, THE LOST GIRLS chronicles four generations of Darling women as they struggle in the aftermath of their adventures with Peter Pan (Louis Partridge) in Neverland. Like her grandmother (Vanessa Redgrave) and her mother Jane (Joely Richardson), Wendy (Emily Carey and Livia De Paolis, who is also the director) must escape Pan’s hold on her and the promise he desperately wants her to keep. As her daughter Berry (Ella Rae-Smith) comes into Peter’s orbit, Wendy must fight to save her relationship with her daughter while reconciling her legacy. IainGlen and Julian Ovenden also star in the film based on a Laurie Fox novel. Check out the rather cheap looking trailer below and tell us what you think:
 
 
  PACHINKO TV SERIES  
FIRST PHOTOS UNVEILED
Apple has sent us first photos from their TV series adaptation of Min Jin Lee's novel PACHINKO which will, following multiple generations of a
Pachinko will air this March and April on Apple
family, arrive to the streamer March 25th with first three episodes with the rest airing weekly. The upcoming drama, told in three languages - Korean,
Soo Hugh is the executive producer of the series
Japanese and English, chronicles the hopes and dreams of four generations of a Korean immigrant family. Epic in scope, intimate in tone, the story begins
The story itself is multigenerational in scope
with a forbidden love and crescendos into a sweeping saga that journeys between Korea, Japan and America to tell the unforgettable story of war and
The series is based on a popular novel by Min Jin Lee
peace, love and loss, triumph and reckoning. The Terror's Soo Hugh is executive producing. Stay tuned for the first trailer which is probably arriving next month.

8 comments:

  1. I might check out The Lost Girls.

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  2. The Lost Girls doesn't look completely unwatchable, but I'm a little disappointed there wasn't more fantasy imagery in the trailer. Probably not much in the movie, either.

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    1. I have a strong feeling it was director's vanity project as she gave herself the role in it as well LOL even though she does not really have the screen presence for it.

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  3. I'll skip The Lost Girls. It doesn't really suck me in at all.

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  4. Can't stand any korean drama....seriously can't :-((((

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    1. They are terrible, but this one is American, it was not made in Korea.

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