Exclusive – Eight New Stills and the First Four Minutes of “Warm Bodies”

For those of you who are zombie fans, you may be interested in the Jonathan Levine-directed  romantic comedy, Warm Bodies. Some of you may already know the story from Isaac Marion’s novel of the same title. Warm Bodies has a strong cast including, Nicholas Hoult, Teresa Palmer, Dave Franco, John Malkovich, Rob Corddry, and Analeigh Tipton.

The book, and the movie, are set in a post-apocalyptic world and follow a zombie named R (Hoult) as he falls in love with a human named Julie (Palmer). As their relationship develops, R (and other zombies) begin to go through some peculiar changes. Warm Bodies hits theaters February 1.

Watch the first four minutes of that film was recently released here. Also, take a look at the eight new stills from the film below:

Let me know what you think of the exclusive scene and the new images! Does this seem like a film you would be interested in seeing? Have you read Marion’s novel?

Source: Collider, Page to Preimere, and YouTube

Seven Featurettes and a New “On My Own” Trailer released for “Les Misérables”

Since there is only one more day until Tom Hooper’s Les Misérables hits theaters, I thought that I should write a post about a few  new featurettes and a new trailer that were recently released. You can watch all of these videos exclusively on YouTube and I will share links below.

I previously posted about four other featurettes that came out earlier in December. I warned Les Misérables fans, if you do not want to spoil anything then it might be best you not watch these videos until after you see the movie. Well for this post, I will reiterate that warning, especially if you do not want to spoil anything.

The first of the featurettes includes short interviews with some of the cast, director Tom Hooper, and producer Cameron Mackintosh. In this featurette, they are all talking about Jackman and how he truly embodies the character of Jean Valjean and the amount of effort that he put into the role. The rest of the featurettes include  a look at sound mixing and editing, a look at the scale of the opening number of the film, a look at how Samantha Barks got her role,  and a look at how the soundtrack for the film was scored. Plus, there is another featurette that talks about how the Broadway actor, Colm Wilkinson, starred as Jean Valjean when the musical first opened and is now playing the bishop in the film. Finally, the last featurette has interviews with the cast and production teams as they talk about the set pieces and filming at the famous Pinewood Studios.

The trailer features Samantha Barks as Éponine as she is singing “On My Own.” There are also a few new clips intertwined with Samantha’s wonderful performance. Watch the exclusive “On My Own” Trailer here.  Plus, here are the links to all of the featurettes:

Featurette #1 – Sound Mixing/Editing

Featurette #2 – Hugh Jackman is Jean Valjean

Featurette #3 – Epic Scale – Les Mis’ Opening Number

Featurette #4 – Samantha Barks wins the role of Éponine

Featurette #5 – Les Mis Scoring Session

Featurette #6 – Colm Wilkinson is Back

Featurette #7 – Paris at Pinewood

Let me know what you think of the new trailer and the featurettes in the comments below! I also want to wish everyone a Happy Christmas Eve and I hope everyone has a great Holiday season!

Les Mis - poster

Source: YouTube

Four Behind-the-Scenes Featurettes for “Les Misérables”

I don’t know about you guys, but I really enjoy watching behind-the-scenes footage and learning about the different aspects that went into a film’s production. As you can imagine, I was quite happy and pleasantly surprised when I found on The Collider that there were four new behind-the-scenes featurettes released for Tom Hooper’s Les Misérables this morning!

Just a warning to Les Misérables fans, if you do not want to spoil anything then it might be best you not watch these videos. How about I just explain a little bit about what each featurette explores and you can determine if you want to watch or not from there!

As previously mentioned, there are four featurettes. The first one looks at the world of costuming and the costume designers explain some of the choices behind the costumes. The next two featurettes are about hair, make-up, and the new song that was written for the film  entitled “Suddenly.” Finally, the fourth featurette looks at set and production design. Just like in the costume featurette, the hair and make-up artists and the production designers talk a bit about their style and design choices.

Here are links to all of these amazing featurettes:

Featurette #1 – Costumes

Featurette #2 – Hair and Make-up

Featurette #3 – Original New Song

Featurette #4 – Production Design

If you decide to watch them don’t be shy to let me know what you think in the comments below and share with family and friends!

Les Mis - Cover Photo

Source: The Collider

More Exclusive Images for “Les Misérables”

As we approach closer to the release date for Tom Hooper’s film, Les Misérables, more images and clips have been released to help promote the film. In these new photos we get another look at Aaron Tveit as Enjolras and a more extensive look at Isabelle Allen as Young Cosette.

Have you been following the Les Misérables production? What do you think of the new clips and images? Remember, Les Misérables hits theaters December 25, 2012 (Christmas Day).

Take a look at these great new stills:

Source: the Collider

Five New Clips for “Les Misérables”

Fans of Les Misérables will be happy and very excited to know that five exclusive new clips have been released from the Tom Hooper-directed musical adaptation. Let me just say, this clips are absolutely amazing and will definitely leave fans hungry for more!

The first two clips include a scene between Jean Valjean (Hugh Jackman) and Inspector Javert (Russell Crowe) and a scene between Fantine (Anne Hathaway) and the factory workers. The other three clips provide a first look at Valjean’s inner confrontation, a sneak peek at the relationship between Cosette (Amanda Seyfried) and Marius (Eddie Redmayne), and finally we get a first look at Éponine’s (Samantha Barks) classic song “On My Own.”

You can watch them all on YouTube. Click on the links below to watch!

Clip #1 – “Javert Releases Prisoner 24601 on Parole”

Clip #2 – “At The End Of The Day”

Clip #3 – “Who Am I”

Clip #4 – “A Heart Full Of Love”

Clip #5 – “On My Own”

Plus, you can read what Entertainment Weekly‘s Anthony Breznican has to say about the new clips here. I hope you enjoy all of these amazing new clips and do not be shy to share this post with friends and family! Let me know what you think in the comments below.

Isabelle Allen as Young Cosette

Sources: Entertainment Weekly and YouTube