A few weeks ago came up the first official trailer for the short movie Home as well as some stills that you can now enjoy at our photogallery.
Just nine days away from its previous release, Weinstein Co. has moved Alicia Vikander’s period drama Tulip Fever from July 15th to February 24th, 2017.
The project —directed by Justin Chadwick from a script by Tom Stoppard— is an adaptation of Deborah Moggach’s novel about an artist (played by Dane DeHaan) who falls in love with a married woman (Vikander) after he’s commissioned by her husband (Christoph Waltz) to paint her portrait.
The supporting cast includes Jack O’Connell, Judi Dench, Cara Delevingne, Holliday Grainger, Tom Hollander, Zach Galifianakis, Kevin McKidd, David Harewood, Matthew Morrison and Douglas Hodge.
THR reports that Unbroken’s Jack O’Connell has been set to lead the cast of Godless, Steven Soderbergh and Scott Frank’s upcoming Netflix limited series.
The story is set in 1884 and it follows Frank Griffin, a menacing outlaw who is terrorizing the West as he hunts down Roy Goode, his son-like partner-turned-mortal enemy. While Roy hides at Alice Fletcher’s ranch, Frank’s chase leads him to the quiet town of La Belle — that is mysteriously made up of entirely women.
O’Connell will star as Roy, the injured outlaw on the run from his former boss who was orphaned at a young age and was taken in by Griffin who ultimately breaks up a robbery and takes off with the loot, splitting from his father figure after he no longer can stomach his behavior.
PD: I’ll try to upload the missing pictures for the latest events as soon as possible! I’m a bit bussy with work and uni so, keep hanging!
Jack O’Connell on dodging jail, charming Angelina Jolie and taking Hollywood by storm
A bright, crisp, spring afternoon in Mayfair and Jack O’Connell — dressed almost entirely in Dior, his scuffed blue suede Adidas the only nod to his pre-fame life — is sitting on a velvet sofa in one of the best suites at the Dorchester, reflecting on the downsides of stardom.
‘My whole life’s different,’ he says in his thick Derby accent. ‘I can’t live the life I grew up living. I used to enjoy going to the football, being around ordinary folk, or so-called ordinary folk, and family get-togethers. Now even they’re difficult. If I go to certain dos every f***er in there’s gonna want a photo.’ Then there’s the small matter of his (perfectly passable) ‘English’ teeth: ‘Whenever I go to LA, people tell me I should get my teeth done. Unless they want theirs f***ing rearranging as well I suggest they keep their mouth shut. My teeth are my teeth and I’ll be f***ed if I’m ever going to do a job on them just to serve their purposes. Well f*** ’em anyway.’ He gives a blast of infectious laughter. ‘I’m not Hollywood. There’s not a bit of me that ever wants to consider myself “Hollywood”.’