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Dan Stevens  in "The Guest"
We’ve certainly never seen Matthew Crawley like this before. “Downton Abbey” alum Dan Stevens gets menacing to play a villain in indie thriller “The Guest,” announced today to have its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival next month, and we’ve got the first photos. Maika Monroe is also pictured in the first stills from Adam Wingard’s “You’re Next” follow-up. The film follows Stevens’ ex-marine character, who comes back from war a changed man, and who takes advantage of the hospitality of a family whose son recently died, terrorizing them.Read More
Jason Clarke in "The Better Angels"
This used to be called “The Green Blade Rises” but looks like it’s had a name change. Today we have the first images from young Abraham Lincoln biopic “The Better Angels,” via The Playlist, and it sure looks as gorgeous as a Terrence Malick produced and influenced film should. The photos feature Jason Clarke as Lincoln’s callous and abusive father Tom, Brit Marling as Abe’s mother Nancy, who died when he was nine, Diane Kruger as his stepmother Sarah and Wes Bentley as a school teacher. The kid pictured mustRead More
Cameron Monaghan in "Jamie Marks is Dead"
A dark and supernaturally-tinged coming of age tale, a cast of relatively unknown rising stars headline Sundance 2014 selection “Jamie Marks is Dead,” and we have the first photos of the cast featuring Cameron Monaghan, Noah Silver, Morgan Saylor, Madisen Beaty and more. Based on the novel “One for Sorrow” by Christopher Barzak, the Carter Smith film follows Monaghan’s Adam, who is visited by the ghost of Jamie Marks (Silver), a classmate no one noticed until he was dead. As Jamie draws Adam “into the bleak world between the livingRead More
We haven’t seen much of British actor John Boyega since his breakout role in Joe Cornish’s “Attack the Block,” but we’ll see him at Sundance next year as he prepares to headline “Imperial Dreams,” playing a young father. Malik Vitthal directed the film which follows Boyega’s character: “A 21-year-old, reformed gangster’s devotion to his family and his future are put to the test when he is released from prison and returns to his old stomping grounds in Watts, Los Angeles.” Rotimi Akinosho, Glenn Plummer, Keke Palmer and De’aundre Bonds alsoRead More
The last time Joe Swanberg and Anna Kendrick did a movie together, it turned out to be the wonderful “Drinking Buddies,” so mark follow-up “Happy Christmas” down as highly anticipated. The film was just announced to have its world premiere at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival and we have the first photo of Kendrick and Lena Dunham. Swanberg directed and stars in this one, with Kendrick in the role of a young woman who breaks up with her boyfriend and crashes Christmas at her sister (Melanie Lynsky) and brother-in-law’s (Swanberg)Read More
A little moonlight, a cute guy with a guitar, how can a girl resist? Anne Hathaway looks pretty smitten with Johnny Flynn in our first look at “Song One,” the musically tinged drama just announced to make its world premiere at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival next month. Hathaway filmed this right after winning her Oscar for “Les Miserables,” but it’s unclear if she will be doing any singing here. She plays Franny, a distraught sister who decides to track down the favorite musician of her comatose brother. She findsRead More
Dane DeHaan and Aubrey Plaza in "Life After Beth"
This ain’t no “Warm Bodies.” Dane DeHaan tries to save Aubrey Plaza after she’s turned into a zombie, to hopefully hilarious results, in “Life After Beth,” announced this morning to be making its world premiere at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. DeHaan plays a young man who struggles – against all odds – to keep a relationship going with his girlfriend (Plaza) even after she’s killed and then resurrected as a zombie. Paul Reiser plays DeHaan’s dad, while John C. Reilly plays Plaza’s. Anna Kendrick also has a reportedly cameo-sizedRead More
Kristen Stewart soldiers up in the first photo released today for indie wartime drama “Camp X-Ray,” announced this morning to be having its world premiere at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival next month. Stewart ditches the sparkly vampires and fairy tale critters for army fatigues to play Cole, a young soldier who joins the army in hopes of escaping her suffocating small town. But instead of a tour in Iraq, she’s sent to Guantanamo Bay, where she’s met with hatred and abuse from its detainees. Peter Sattler wrote and madeRead More
Last we saw, Elle Fanning was hard at work filming her new movie “Low Down,” and now the indie drama appears to be ready to be seen by audiences. With the announcement this morning that the film also starring John Hawkes will premiere at the Sundance Film Festival next month, we have the first official images featuring Fanning’s follow-up to “Ginger & Rosa.” The biopic of pianist Joe Albany (Hawkes) follows Joe’s daughter Amy (Fanning) as she struggles with her father’s brilliance and substance abuse issues in turn, and isRead More
Miles Teller is definitely suffering for his art in our first look at Sundance 2014 bound indie drama “Whiplash,” in which Teller’s talented drummer student is plagued by an overbearing, borderline abusive teacher (JK Simmons). Damien Chazelle, who adapted and directed the feature length version of his Sundance Short Film Jury Award winning short of the same name, sets the story in the world of an elite music conservatory. Teller will play a young, ambitious drummer who hopes to become the drummer of the top jazz orchestra in the country.Read More