Take a first look at Helen Mirren from the upcoming Winchester movie
CBS Films has today revealed a first look at Dame Helen Mirren from the upcoming Winchester movie. The supernatural thriller is now in production with Michael and Peter Spierig (Predestination) directing from a screenplay they wrote with Tom Vaughan. The Academy Award-winning star joins Jason Clarke, Sarah Snook and Angus Sampson in the film, which is set for a 2018 release. You can check out the full image in the gallery viewer at the bottom of this page and, in the player below, watch a brief video version that compares Mirren to the real Sarah Winchester.
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The Winchester movie follows the story of firearm heiress Sarah Winchester (Mirren), who was convinced that she was haunted by the souls killed at the hands of the Winchester repeating rifle. After the sudden deaths of her husband and child, she threw herself into the 24-hour a day, seven days a week construction of an enormous mansion designed to keep the evil spirits at bay. But when skeptical San Francisco psychiatrist Eric Price is dispatched to the estate to evaluate her state of mind, he discovers that her obsession may not be so insane after all. Winchester will take audiences inside the labyrinth like house that is believed to be one of the most haunted places in the world.
Winchester is being financed by Bullitt Entertainment, Diamond Pictures and Blacklab Entertainment, with Diamond Pictures handling international sales. Bullitt’s Benedict Carver, Diamond’s Daniel Diamond and Tobin Armbrust are executive producing. Andy Trapani, Toni Lianos, Brian Gilbert, Marc Shipper and Simon Oakes also will serve as executive producers. Imagination Design Works’ Brett Tomberlin and Blacklab Entertainment’s Tim McGahan are producing.
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«I hope you’re ready for what comes next…» 20th Century Fox has finally released the first trailer for the sequel Kingsman: The Golden Circle, once again directed by Matthew Vaughn, bringing back Taron Egerton as the British superspy known as «Eggsy». We’ve been waiting for this, and it’s finally here and it actually looks fun. Colin Firth also returns, with Mark Strong as Merlin, and a cast featuring Channing Tatum, Pedro Pascal, Jeff Bridges, Halle Berry, Julianne Moore, Vinnie Jones, as well as Hanna Alström, and Sophie Cookson. This seems to be a riff on America, as the Kingsman guys end up working with an American agency. I’m digging all the action so far, and I’m wondering if this could be a surprise hit. ›››
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Virtual reality may have just got the shot of confidence it needed to break into the mainstream.
On Friday, IMAX held its latest earnings conference call and it came with an unexpected bit of news: the company’s virtual reality arcade experiment in Los Angeles has been a success.
Of course, for anyone who has visited the facility, as I did last week, the news is hardly a surprise.
«Our LA facility, which has been opened for roughly 3 months now, has seen over 20,000 unique visitors,» said IMAX CEO Richard Lewis Gelfond during the earnings call. «From a revenue standpoint, the center is pacing at roughly $ 15,000 a week over the last month or so, including our highest grossing week to date, this past week, and continues to exceed expectations.» Read more…
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«You will see the safe delivery of our holiest relic to Rome. Go with God.» RLJ Entertainment has debuted a trailer for an indie action thriller titled Pilgrimage, set in the religious times of 13th century Ireland. The film is about to premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival this month, hence the release of the trailer to build extra buzz. The story follows a group of monks who must escort a sacred relic across the «Irish landscape fraught with peril». There’s plenty of gnarly violence in this. Starring Richard Armitage, Tom Holland, John Lynch, Stanley Weber, Lochlann O’Mearáin, Hugh O’Conor, Eric Godon, plus the badass Jon Bernthal as a character named «The Mute». This actually looks pretty cool, consider me interested. ›››
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«Dorfman is uniquely fascinating… spending the entirety of a film with her is a rare pleasure.» Neon has released an official trailer for the documentary The B-Side: Elsa Dorfman’s Portrait Photography, the latest from veteran documentarian Errol Morris. The feature doc profiles the life of Elsa Dorfman, a «nice Jewish girl» photographer who fell in love with large scale portrait photography in the 1980s. She used to photograph all kinds of different people, including famous rock stars and poets, using a Polaroid Land 20×24 camera. Morris’ film is a trip into her workplace (and life) to examine what it was like to work with this kind of «analog» medium. The title of «The B-Side» is a reference to the way Dorfman always took two pictures of her clients and kept the rejected one, which she refers to as the «B-Side». This looks wonderful. ›››
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«C’est moi!» Another teaser for the Cannes Film Festival! Kicking off the 70th edition of the festival this May is this film, Ismael’s Ghost (or Les fantômes d’Ismaël), from French director Arnaud Desplechin (of My Golden Days). The film stars Mathieu Amalric as a filmmaker named Ismael, who is just about to begin shooting his next feature. However, his long lost former lover suddenly shows up out of nowhere, freaking him out, sending him into a metnal «tailspin». Marion Cotillard plays his former lover, and Charlotte Gainsbourg plays his current lover, who also freaks out. The rest of the cast includes Louis Garrel, Alba Rohrwacher, Hippolyte Girardot, & Samir Guesmi. This looks really good, I’m very curious about it. ›››
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«You can’t just decide to fix things!» The Orchard has unveiled the first official trailer for an indie dramedy called The Hero, from writer/director Brett Haley. The film stars Sam Elliott as «The Hero», basically he’s playing himself, an «aging Western icon with a golden voice, but his best performances are decades behind him.» He tries to deal with his own demons while falling for a young stand up comedian, played by Laura Prepon. The cast also includes Krysten Ritter, Nick Offerman and Katharine Ross. This premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and also played at SXSW to mostly positive reviews. This is actually a damn good film, with some great performances from Elliott, Prepon, and Offerman. As much as this seems like a comedy, there’s a humble and emotional side to this that makes it even better than it seems at first glance. ›››
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«Think about what’s best for your son.» A24 has debuted an official trailer for the acclaimed indie drama titled Menashe, a very unique film set entirely within Brooklyn’s ultra-orthodox Jewish community. The film tells the story of a widowed father of a young son, struggling to make ends meet and stay in his kid’s life. His Rabbi has required that his son live with his strict uncle’s family, but Menashe is given one more week to prove he’s a capable parent. Starring Menashe Lustig as Menashe, and Ruben Nyborg. This was filmed in secret in the neighborhood, and is one of the few films that is entirely in Yiddish, preserving the integrity of the culture it’s portraying. This is a good gem to seek out, and has a tender, charming side to it. ›››
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«How deep are we?» «47 meters.» «I’m so scared!» Another scary shark horror movie? Why not! A trailer has debuted online for a film titled 47 Meters Down, about two sisters who are trapped inside a shark cage at the bottom of the ocean. This seems just a little bit freakier than The Shallows, considering they’re trapped underwater, inside a shark cage, with only so much oxygen left before they run out. Mandy Moore and Claire Holt star, with a cast including Matthew Modine, Yani Gellman, and Santiago Segura. This looks exactly like you would expect — there’s no surprises here. I’m curious if they’ll keep the «47 Meters» title for America, since most aren’t familiar with meters, but it works (and FYI, 47 meters = 154 feet). Enjoy. ›››
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«The girls can be tough. I’m not going to lie, they can be very tough.» Gunpowder & Sky has revealed the first red band trailer for a wacky comedy titled The Little Hours, which first premiered at the Sundance Film Festival this year. Alison Brie, Aubrey Plaza and Kate Micucci star as three dirty, horny nuns in this comedy. Everything seems fine at their convent until Father Tommasso brings on new hired hand, a virile young servant forced into hiding by his angry lord. John C. Reilly and Dave Franco also star, along with Nick Offerman, Fred Armisen, Molly Shannon, Jemima Kirke, Paul Reiser, Adam Pally. This looks totally nuts. And I love that quote from Catholic League in the trailer: «It is trash. Pure trash.» ›››
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