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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
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Sam Claflin and Max Irons endure posh-style initiation in the new clip from Lone Scherfig‘s TIFF-bound “The Riot Club.” Formerly titled “Posh” and based on Laura Wade’s 2010 play, the film centers on two first-year students, Alistair (Claflin) and Miles (Irons), who join the Riot Club, an elite dining society at Oxford University, where reputations are always at stake and self-entitlement is plentiful. The new clip (below) shows Allistair and Miles being kidnapped by the club members (which include Olly Alexander, Freddie Fox and Matthew Beard), blindfolded and forced toRead More
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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
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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
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Three British rising stars have come together to star in wartime drama “The Devil’s Harvest,” according to Deadline. Aneurin Barnard, Samantha Barks and Max Irons are joining a cast that also includes Ben Kingsley and Terence Stamp. George Mendeluk is currently directing the film in Ukraine with Aneurin in the role of Mykola, a young man “growing up in rural Ukraine who finds his life changed forever by the invasion of the Red Army and the subsequent persecution of his family and fellow countrymen as Stalin’s regime extends into EasternRead More
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Lone Scherfig’s big screen adaptation of 2010 controversial play “Posh” has wrapped up filming, but we’ve confirmed some final bits of casting thanks to a tip from U&C reader Elle: “Downton Abbey” star Jessica Brown-Findlay and fellow British up and comers Olly Alexander, Sam Reid and Matthew Beard as well as “The Book Thief” star Ben Schnetzer are also part of the ensemble cast that includes Max Irons, Freddie Fox, Sam Claflin, Douglas Booth, Holliday Grainger and Natalie Dormer. This mostly young, white and male cast play members of TheRead More
Gemma Arterton has talked freely about the myriad of in development projects she is attached to, and many of them have never come to fruition, but it looks like one finally will. Variety is reporting “The Keys to the Street,” one of Christopher Nolan’s first screenplays, adapted from the novel by Ruth Rendell, is finally happening. The film, co-written by Nolan and Michael Stokes, now has a director, Julius Sevcik, and Arterton has two new co-stars, Tim Roth and Max Irons. Filming is set to begin in the first quarterRead More
“Game of Thrones” actress Natalie Dormer has joined the ensemble cast of Lone Scherfig’s adaptation of “Posh”, an adaptation of Laura Wade’s 2010 play that already stars Max Irons, Sam Claflin and Douglas Booth. Deadline reported the news, and Dormer becomes the second female cast member after Holliday Grainger’s joined the film in March. The film is already shooting in England, with Irons and Freddie Fox spotted on set last week. The mostly young, white and male cast play members of The Riot Club, a fictional version of The BullingdonRead More
Marx Irons dons a backpack and does his best to look like a teenager again in the first set photos from his new film “Posh.” Lone Scherfig’s adaptation of Laura Wade’s 2010 controversial play centers around the ficticious The Riot Club, a fictional version of The Bullingdon Club, an exclusive society at Oxford University to which such prominent British figures as Prime Minister David Cameron belonged. The entire play is set over the course of one evening when the ten members of the club have their termly dinner. As theirRead More
UPDATE: We somehow missed this report from last month, but Britain’s The Daily Mail reports “The Borgias” actress Holliday Grainger is in talks for one of the few female roles in the film, while Emma Watson also met with the director but ultimately couldn’t take a different role. Daily Mail also updates Robert Pattinson has passed on the project. ORIGINAL ARTICLE: The gang’s almost all here. After initial reports of negotiations in March, British actors Sam Claflin (“The Hunger Games: Catching Fire”) and Douglas Booth (“Jupiter Ascending”) have now officiallyRead More