Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Daniel Radcliffe attends New York 'Horns' premiere, Videos: appears (and raps) on Jimmy Fallon show, Jonathan Ross show and MCM Comic Con panel

We posted yesterday that Daniel  attended the New York City premiere of Halloween flick Horns and an image from this can be seen below:




More images will be added to our galleries soon.

In other appearances, Daniel made an interesting addition to this week's Jimmy Fallon show, discussing the famous meme Boring cliff, RAD cliff and rapping. A clip can be seen below:


He also recently spoke to msn about Lindsey Lohan who was a fellow guest on Saturday night's Jonathan Ross show, footage from which can be seen below:




In other videos, Daniel was at London Comic-Con recently and participated in a panel and this can now be seen below with thanks to DanRadcliffe.co.uk:

Saturday, October 25, 2014

First Looks! Emma Watson in 'Colonia', Michael Galbon and more in 'Dad's Army'


We tweeted awhile ago that Emma Watson had been cast in Colonia, a film about the Chilean coup in 1973 where she plays Lena.  Some info from Watsonuncensored's translation of an article can be read below while the fist promo image is left.

On the scene depicted in the photo above: Nyqvist said, "I see this as a fight to the death between Lena and Schäfer where everyone is trying to crack the other mentally, says Emma Watson, who asked the Swede to not tell how he was going to react in scenes that would become more authentic.
"He took it, and went loose with everything; kicked me, stomped, shouted 'sit, stand, sit,' and everything is possible. While this is Michael Paul Schäfer to a man who can also a very good drinker," says Emma Watson

"Most screenplays are about a damsel in distress rescued by a male knight in shining armor, but this is a story about a young woman who rescues her husband (played by Daniel Brühl). It was there that immediately appealed to me," says Emma Watson.

Filming in Chile and visiting the sect there where the story's tragic events took place in the 1970s
: "It's an experience I will never forget. The buildings looked exactly like in the 1970s, although it is called Villa Baviera nowadays. I freaked out completely. You really wonder how such a thing could happen," says Watson.

On Harry Potter: "I've never thought of my job as something I get paid for. Daddy did not tell me how much I earned before I turned 18. It came as a real shock to me! The truth is I just like to be challenged in my job. Additionally, I have not done anything since I was nine, ten years ... This is the only thing I can. Film is my life and my home," says Emma Watson.

"This Film is my first chance to develop a role from beginning to end. I carry the whole movie and it's very different. It is both invigorating and liberating. It's really cool," she says.



In other first look promos, Michael Gambon, Bill Nighy and Toby Jones can be seen in this first image, above, from Dad's Army. For more on their casting check out our previous post.  


Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Tom Felton speaks about 'Clavius' in video interview

This interview is about a week old, but for those of you who have not seen it, enjoy. Tom Felton attended a BFI gala dinner and spoke about Draco, Clavius and working with the other Finnes brother, Joseph. Check out the clips below with thanks to Snitchseeker for posting:


Evanna Lynch and Matthew Lewis sign onto new projects: My Name is Emily and Death in Paradise

Evanna Lynch has begun work playing a 16 year old named Emily "living with foster parents at the moment because her mother has died and her dad has been taken to asylum, and she thinks he’s fine." A behind-the-scenes video is below:

In other extended DA cast news, Matthew Lewis (busy until recently all over the globe filming season 3 of Bluestone 42 with the Brontes filming some time in the future) has joined the fourth season of popular BBC show Death in Paradise. A synopsis of the series as a whole is below and it will air sometime in early 2015:
As the series returns, the endearingly clumsy but brilliant DI Humphrey Goodman (Kris Marshall) is struggling to contain his feelings for DS Camille Bordey (Sara Martins), who in turn finds herself battling the dating scene - all thanks to her well meaning mother. Officer Dwayne Myers (Danny John-Jules) attempts to hold the fort following the departure of Sergeant Fidel Best (Gary Carr), who has left Saint Marie for a new job on a neighbouring island.

But Comm. Selwyn Patterson (Don Warrington) is keen to step up and exercise his investigative muscles once again, much to Dwayne’s frustration. The police department also welcomes new recruit, Sergeant Florence Cassell, played by popular French actress Josephine Jobert (Sous Le Soleil De Saint-Tropez). 

Bonnie Wright upcoming projects: Who Killed Nelson Nutmeg, The Highway is for Gamblers, Before I Sleep

BFI Gala Dinner

Bonnie Wright is a woman that never seems to not be working away on her own projects, from appearing in films to directing short films.

In confirmed upcoming appearances, Bonnie is to co-star in the family film Who Killed Nelson Nutmeg as Diane a "shady new manager of the camp in the story". The synopsis is as follows and the Kickstarter page can be viewed for more info:
The story of Nelson Nutmeg focuses on four children on their annual summer holiday who suspect that their holiday park’s mascot is in danger.


Bonnie is also attached to another Kickstarter project, The Highway is For Gamblers. However funding falls quite a bit short of targets so it is unknown when this will be made. A video where the redhead speaks about her role in the story is now below:



In other videos, the first video containing footage of her directorial project Before I Sleep has been released, and comes in the form of a music video by one of the filom's producers Billy Sharff. Check it out below: