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Upside Down – Poster for the Jims Sturgess, Kirsten Dunst sci-fi love story

Posted by LiveFor on February 7, 2010

Directed by Juan Solanas, this sounds as if it could be amazing.

Adam is seemingly ordinary guy in a very extraordinary universe. He lives humbly trying to make ends meet, but his romantic spirit holds on the memory of a girl he met once upon a time from another world, an inverted affluent world with its own gravity, directly above but beyond reach…a girl named Eve. Their childhood flirtation becomes an impossible love. But when he catches a glimpse of grown up Eve on television, nothing will get in the way of getting her back… Not even the law or science.

Source: Quiet Earth

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The Random – Robert Pattinson & Sean Penn, Promised Land, The Graveyard Book, Martin Scorsese to direct Hugo Cabret, Burke and Hare

Posted by LiveFor on January 22, 2010

– Sean Penn and Robert Pattinson are considering joining Water for Elephants at Fox 2000 reports Variety. Based on the best-selling historical novel by Sara Gruen, the story centers on a 90-year-old man (Pattinson) reminiscing about his life and is set during the Depression. At the time the man found work at a B-level circus taking care of the animals. He sees the brutality of circus life while falling for the wife of an abusive animal trainer (Penn). Reese Witherspoon is already attached to play the wife.

– Michael Winterbottom (“Nine Songs”) is next set to direct the $5 million indie Promised Land for Revolution Studios reports Variety. The story deals with the events that lead up to the 1948 partition of Palestine and the subsequent creation of the state of Israel. Jim Sturgess (“Across the Universe,” “21”) will star as a British officer hunting down the extremist Jewish factions.

– Neil Gaiman says the film adaptation of his The Graveyard Book is still on the cards. Speaking to The Los Angeles Times Gaiman said “It was all put together over at Miramax Films. The people there had a long, great relationship with Neil Jordan and it was all set up and ready to go, and then Miramax was more or less erased from existence. It became a filing cabinet in somebody’s desk, more or less… But it looks like almost all the pieces are on the table again. They have a studio, they have a distributor and they are putting stuff together and I’m not allowed to say anything else.”

– Martin Scorsese is in talks to direct a live-action adaptation of Brian Selznick’s children’s book The Invention of Hugo Cabret reports Variety. The 2008 novel centers on an orphaned boy who secretly lives in the walls of a busy Paris train station and looks after the clocks. He gets caught up in a mystery adventure when he attempts to repair a mechanical man.

– Isla Fisher (“Wedding Crashers,” “Confessions of a Shopaholic”) and Tom Wilkinson (“Michael Clayton,” “Duplicity”) have joined the horror comedy Burke and Hare says Heat Vision Blog.
The film is based on the true story a pair of the U.K.’s earliest serial killers, William Burke (Simon Pegg) and William Hare (Andy Serkis), gravediggers who lucratively sold the corpses of their victims to a medical college for dissection. Fisher will play Pegg’s girlfriend, an actress looking for a patron who might or might not be an accomplice to the murders. Wilkinson will play Dr. Robert Knox, an anatomy lecturer looking for fresh corpses. John Landis directs.

– John and Drew Dowdle (“Quarantine”) are set to direct an adaptation of Jack Kilborn’s gory novel Afraid reports Production Weekly. Larry Malkin and Chad Thumann will adapt the script about five government-sponsored lethal torturers wrongly sent on a mission to a small, sleepy Wisconsin town. The military sends in a bunch of Green Berets, Special Forces, SEALs and marines to take down this killing force. However it’s the townsfolk who band together to save their home that will make the critical difference.

Source: Dark Horizons

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Heartless – Noel Clarke previews the new Demon infested film starring Jim Sturgess

Posted by LiveFor on January 19, 2010

When his [Sturgess’s] mother is viciously murdered, the media reports it’s by a hoodie wearing a devil mask. But Jamie soon realizes the thugs aren’t wearing disguises at all; they really are demons and hell on earth is beginning to plague the capital city. Yet all is not what it seems in enfant terrible Ridley’s unique horror fantasy landscape ingeniously informed by the current climate of fear running through every strata of modern society.

Starring Jim Sturgess, Noel Clarke, Clemence Poesy, Joseph Mawle, Eddie Marsan, Luke Treadaway & Timothy Spall. Directed by Philip Ridley.

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Fifty Dead Men Walking – Trailer about IRA Informant Martin McGartland

Posted by LiveFor on March 1, 2009

The film stars Jim Sturgess (21, Across the Universe) as Martin McGartland, a real-life IRA informant who saved 50 lives by informing on the paramilitary organisation. Ben Kingsley plays his contact and handler, with support from Nathalie Press and Rose McGowan. Directed by Kari Skogland.

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Crossing Over – Poster for Harrison Ford film

Posted by LiveFor on January 31, 2009

Bad, bad photoshopping to stick the four faces together on the top of the poster and what’s with Jim’s stubble? Like on of those iron filing magnet game things. Finally I think Harrison Ford has just smelt something bad.

Crossing Over is written and directed by South African filmmaker Wayne Kramer (The Cooler, Running Scared). The film also stars Sean Penn, Ray Liotta, Ashley Judd, Alice Eve, Alice Braga, and Jim Sturgess.

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Crossing Over – Trailer for Harrison Ford’s latest film

Posted by LiveFor on November 13, 2008

Immigrants from around the world enter Los Angeles every day, with hopeful visions of a better life, but little notion of what that life may cost. Their desperate scenarios test the humanity of immigration enforcement officers. In “Crossing Over,” writer-director Wayne Kramer explores the allure of the American dream, and the reality that immigrants find and create — in 21st century L.A.

Starring: Harrison Ford, Jim Sturgess, Ashley Judd, Alicia Braga, Alice Eve, Ray Liotta and Sean Penn (cheers for the assist Falfa!)

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