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The US distribution rights to “The Riot Club” have been bought by IFC Films. The film focuses on the Riot Club, a society made up of Oxford University’s elite. The films follows Miles (Max Irons) and Alistair (Sam Claflin), new students who want to join the club,  through their initiation. The group must maintain their reputation, but only in public since their actions behind closed doors are debauchery in its purest form. Graham Broadbent and Peter Czernin produced the film while Long Scherfig served as its director. The film also starsRead More
Variety has released news of the newest addition to “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies”: Emma Greenwell. She joins Lily James,Sam Riley, Bella Heathcote, Douglas Booth and Jack Huston in the genre-bending redo of Jane Austen’s classic novel. In the aptly titled genre-bender, the Bennet family lives in an alternate universe where zombies live among the living and Mr. Bennet has trained his daughters in martial arts and the use of weapons, so they can defend themselves against the undead. James plays Lizzie, while Riley plays her Mr. Darcy. Heathcote and Booth play theRead More

Posted On September 4, 2014By Alamin YohannesIn Casting

Douglas Booth Boards ‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’

Douglas Booth is the latest actor to join the cast of the Seth Grahame-Smith parody novel adaptation “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies,” according to Deadline. Sam Riley, Lily James, Jack Huston and Bella Heathcote also star in the film, with James and Riley as Lizzie Bennet and Mr. Darcy, Huston as the wicked Wickham and Heathcote as Jane Bennet. Booth will be taking on the role of her suitor Bingley. The original text is a parody of the 1813 Jane Austen novel. Grahame-Smith added zombies to Elizabeth Bennet’s adventures inRead More
Sam Claflin
Sam Claflin, Max Irons and Douglas Booth indulge in the posh privleges of “The Riot Club” at Oxford University as seen in the first trailer for the Lone Scherfig-directed dramatic thriller. Originally titled “Posh” and based on Laura Wade’s 2010 play, “The Riot Club” centers on two first-year students, Alistair (Claflin) and Miles (Irons), who join the fictional elite dining society at Oxford University, known as the Riot Club, where reputations are easily vulnerable and prestige is always at stake. The trailer, which kinda reminds me of David Fincher’s “TheRead More
We saw the first posters, and now here comes the newest trailer teasing the Wachowskis’ latest film, “Jupiter Ascending.” An intergalactic romance and adventure tale, Channing Tatum plays an assassin tasked with protecting Mila Kunis, who’s secretly the rightful queen of the Universe. Lots of new footage in this trailer, and Eddie Redmayne, who appears to be the main villain in this story, is a real highlight, because he looks absolutely batshit insane and unlike we’ve ever seen him before. “Jupiter Ascending” will be released on July 18th.Read More
Emma Watson gets the introduction duties on the release of the newest trailer for Darren Aronofsky’s “Noah,” and fittingly, the trailer focuses quite a bit on her character, a young woman named Ila who is the love interest of Douglas Booth’s character Shem. Russell Crowe stars as the biblical icon here, as the bearded man tasked by God to build a gigantic ark and fill it with two of every animal in the face of an impending world-ending flood. He’s flanked by his family, including wife Jennifer Connelly and sonsRead More
Mila Kunis
Two years after the Wachowskis gave us “Cloud Atlas,” they’re back with another sci-fi adventure known as “Jupiter Ascending.” A new Japanese trailer for the film, which stars Channing Tatum and Mila Kunis, has been unveiled today – and it’s surprisingly not much different from the first one.Read More
The privileged young men of Lone Scherfig’s “Posh” line up for a group photo in the first official stills released from the big screen adaptation of Laura Wade’s controversial 2010 play, unveiled today by Empire Online. Max Irons and Sam Claflin have the lead roles and are front and center here, while a second still has them conversing with Holliday Grainger, who plays a classmate. Irons and Claflin play Miles and Allister, first year students (kinda pushing it there) who are desperate to join the Riot Club, the most exclusiveRead More
Getting a jump on the competition, Paramount has just sent over the new spot for Darren Aronofsky’s “Noah” that they will be running during the Superbowl on Sunday. That’s one way to make sure your commercial gets seen when the night will be filled with big movie trailer premieres, star-studded endorsements of all sorts of products and of course all everyone will be talking about on Monday morning is this one starring puppies and horses. Russell Crowe stars as the biblical icon here, as the bearded man tasked by GodRead More
The Wachowskis are back with another unsuspecting human going down the rabbit hole to discover everything they’ve ever known was a lie, only it’s not Keanu Reeves and “The Matrix” this time, it’s Mila Kunis in “Jupiter Ascending.” She’s Jupiter, and she’s about to ascend from Earth into a whole intergalactic society she had no idea existed, with a little help from Channing Tatum, who’s a far cry from his Sexiest Man Alive days with silver eyes and elfin pointed ears. He’s a skilled assassin sent to earth to rescueRead More