First Look – Images from the set of “Warcraft”

Collider recently shared two new images from Empire Magazine that reveal our first look at the Warcraft movie adaptation! Warcraft is based on the widely popular video game, World of Warcraft, and the film is likely going to be one of the first successful video game-to-movie adaptation. 

The film is currently shooting in Vancouver and my dad is actually a part of the crew building all of the major set pieces and props that are being used!

Warcraft stars Paula Patton, Travis FimmelDominic CooperBen FosterToby Kebbell, Rob KazinskyDaniel Wu, and Clancy Brown and is set to hit theaters on March 11, 2016.

No plot information has been released for the film and everything is being kept very secretive, even on the set itself. However, there is speculation that it will be following “the story of Anduin Lothar versus Durotan, Human and Orc heroes from the original real-time strategy games.” 

The first of the new images features director Duncan Jones (Moon, Source Code) sitting in front of screens watching what is being filmed. On this screens, you can see a sneak peek of the set and some of the costumes.

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The second image gives us a look at the clapboard and current logo being used for the film. Plus, there is a name tag on there to honor the memory of camera assistant Sarah Jones how was killed during a tragic on-set accident.

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Source: Collider

Sundance 2013 – “Entertainment Weekly” Star Portraits – Day Three!

More star portraits have been released as the Sundance Film Festival is still underway. These portraits are from day three of the festival and feature stars such as Paul Rudd, Rooney Mara, Lake Bell, Rob Corddry, Ellen Page, Alexander Skarsgard, Kristen Bell, Julie Delpy, and Michael Urie.

Have you been following the events of the Sundance Film Festival? Are you looking forward to seeing any of the films that are premiering at the festival? What do you think of these portraits that Entertainment Weekly has been sharing? Be sure to keep checking in for more Sundance coverage!

Source: Entertainment Weekly

Sundance 2013 – “Entertainment Weekly” Star Portraits Day One!

Entertainment Weekly is providing great coverage of the 2013 Sundance Film Festival and they have released some portraits of the stars and directors that attended day one of the festival! Check out my Sundance MegaPost about the films to watch out for here. Take a look at the portraits in the gallery below:

What do you think of these portraits? Are you following all of the Sundance news so far? Are you looking forward to getting a chance to see any of the films that are premiering at the festival this year?

Source: Entertainment Weekly

First Official Image for “Kill Your Darlings” Starring Daniel Radcliffe

Collider recently shared the first image of Daniel Radcliffe, Dane DeHann, Jack Houston, and Ben Foster in their film Kill Your Darlings. Directed and co-written by John Krokidas, Kill Your Darlings is a drama about the origins of the Beat movement. The cast also includes actors Michael C. Hall, Elizabeth Olsen, David Cross, Kyra Sedgwick, and David Rasche.

The film is set to premiere at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, which runs from January 17 until January 27. Take a look at the first official image and read the official film synopsis below:

“While he is attending Columbia University in 1944, the young Allen Ginsberg’s life is turned upside down when he sets eyes on Lucien Carr, an impossibly cool and boyishly handsome classmate. Carr opens Ginsberg up to a bohemian world and introduces him to William Burroughs and Jack Kerouac. Repelled by rules and conformity in both life andliterature, the four agree to tear down tradition and make something new, ultimately formulating the tenets of and giving birth to what became the Beat movement. On the outside, looking in, is David Kammerer, a man in his thirties desperately in love with Carr. When Kammerer is found dead, and Kerouac, Burroughs, and Carr are arrested in conjunction with the murder, the nascent artists’ lives change forever.

Daniel Radcliffe fearlessly takes on the role of the young Ginsberg on a journey of discovery—to find his sexuality and his voice as a writer. Cowriter/director John Krokidas takes on this less-explored early chapter of the Beats and captures the period with visual flair, kinetic energy, and imagination. Kill Your Darlings is the riveting true story of a crime, a friendship, and the nexus that spawned a cultural movement.”

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Source: Collider