As we know, Disney’s Maleficent is going be giving a unique twist on the classic story of Sleeping Beauty through revealing the villain’s backstory. An amazing new clip from the film was recently released!
In this new clip, we get a glimpse at how Disney honored the iconic christening scene from the original animated film. The clip also shows the sheer magnitude of the set, costume, and make-up detail. We have already seen small parts of this clip from the trailer, but it really pieces the whole scene together and gives us an extended look at the scene:
What did you think of this extended clip? Have you seen the new Maleficent character posters? Does this clip make you more excited for the film? Share your thoughts in the comments!
Disney’s Maleficent is looking to be the biggest summer blockbuster for the company and anticipation is building as the release date nears. Three new behind-the-scenes featurettes give us a look at what it was like on set and give us some insight into the film itself.
In brief interviews, Angelina Jolie and Elle Fanning talk about their love for the story of Sleeping Beauty. The actresses also talk about how intriguing Maleficent can be and how the film sheds new light on the classic villain. Finally, we also get a sneak peek at some great new scenes from the film.
What do you think of these new featurettes? Are you looking forward to the movie to be theatrically released on May 30, 2014?
20th Century Fox is going to be releasing an adaptation of James Dashner’s The Maze Runner this fall and some amazing new images have hit the web!
Page to Premiere exclusively shared seven new images that give us a closer look at life in the Glade. Several images feature Dylan O’Brien as Thomas and show us part of his character journey. Through these images, we also get a glimpse at the relationships Thomas has with other characters:
For those unfamiliar with the story, here is an official synopsis (via IMDbPro): “Thomas (O’Brien) awakens in a dilapidated elevator with no memories except for his own name. The elevator deposits him into a strange place called The Glade – a large outdoor space surrounded on all sides by 150 foot walls of solid stone, and inhabited by 50 other boys who have lived there for the past 2 years all with no memory of how they got there or who sent them. Every morning the walls move apart to allow the boys out of the Glade and into the enormous and complex MAZE that stretched for miles and miles with no clear end or escape. At night the walls seal the boys inside the Glade and protect them from the vicious Grievers – insect like creatures who prowl the maze and attack anybody unfortunate enough to get stuck in it overnight.
The maze is constantly shifting, awe-inspiring, and so far, unsolved. The Gladers only hope of escaping lie in the hands of elite Maze Runners who search the shifting maze for an exit each day. When the elevator makes an unscheduled delivery of the first girl (Teresa) in the Glades history, everything is thrown into chaos. Together, Thomas and Teresa (Kaya Scodelario) must embark on a quest to solve the riddle of the maze and reveal the chilling secret of who brought them there, and why.”
The Maze Runner was directed by Wes Ball and also stars Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Will Poulter, Ki Hong Lee, Blake Cooper, Aml Ameen, Chris Sheffield, and Patricia Clarkson. Will you be seeing Maze Runner when it is released on September 19?
People has our first look at David Ayer’s World War II drama entitled Fury. Here is an official synopsis (via IMDbPro): “April, 1945. A battle-hardened army sergeant named Wardaddy commands a Sherman tank and her five-man crew on a deadly mission behind enemy lines. Wardaddy and his men face odds in their attempts to strike at Nazi Germany.”
Fury has quite an extensive cast that includes Brad Pitt, Logan Lerman, Shia LaBeouf, Michael Peña, Scott Eastwood, Jason Isaacs, and Xavier Samuel. Ayer talked about the role Pitt has in the film and explained to People: “He’s playing this badass, hard, tough, intense guy. It’s a different kind of role for him.”
These new stills give us a closer look at the rough and realistic nature of the film. According to People, film took 68 days to shoot and the cast spent most of those days in confined settings to realistically portray the atmosphere of a U.S. Army tank.
Would you be interested in seeing Fury when it is theatrically released on November 14?
Nerdfighters – the North American release for The Fault in Our Stars film is a month away and Fox has been busy with promotion. Entertainment Weekly‘s recent edition of the magazine has a major feature covering the film and some beautiful portraits of Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort were released along with it.
EW also exclusively released five new stills from the film that give us a closer look at the beginning of Hazel and Gus’ relationship. their romantic evening in Amsterdam, and Hazel’s relationship with her dad. Plus, we also get a closer look at two very emotional scenes involving a certain funeral (those of you who read the book know what we mean):
What do you think of these new stills? Are you excited to see The Fault in Our Stars movie when it finally hits theaters on June 6?
Entertainment Weekly is releasing a special edition of the magazine that heavily features exclusives from The Fault in Our Stars movie adaptation. Therefore, Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort are the cover stars for this edition.
Stunning new portraits from the cover shoot have been officially released. Photographer Peggy Sirota did the shoot with Woodley and Elgort in Franklin Canyon Park in Beverly Hills on April 15. Take a look at the gorgeous portraits below (via EW and TFiOS Blogspot):
The Fault in Our Stars was directed by Josh Boone and Nat Wolff, Laura Dern, Sam Trammell, Willem Dafoe, Lotte Verbeek, Mike Birbiglia, Emily Peachey, Milica Govich, and David Whalen. What do you think of these portraits from the cover shoot? Are you counting down the days until the film is released on June 6?
Actors Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort of Divergent and the upcoming Fault in Our Stars film will be gracing the cover of this week’s Entertainment Weekly! With the release of The Fault in Our Stars just under a month away, these two actors and author John Green will be very busy with promoting the film.
EW’s Sara Vilkomerson was able to visit the set and talk to the stars, Green, and director Josh Boone. This week’s issue will be full of great interviews and details from the set.
Vilkomerson asked the critically-acclaimed author how he felt about the fact that his novel became such a phenomenon: “I tried to write the funniest, most honest love story I could about these kids who were living with a difficult disease. I never thought it would be popular. I certainly never imagined it would be a movie.”
Elizabeth Gabler, president of Fox 2000, revealed to EW that producer Wyck Godfrey convinced her to pick up the film: “Wyck called me and said, ‘You can’t pass on this. You have to do this. I said, ‘Why are you doing this to me?’ And he said, ‘Because. It makes you remember when you were a teenager and you were in love for the first time and you didn’t want to hang up the phone.’”
Lastly, Green had some very nice things to say about Woodley and Elgort: “Shailene has become Hazel to me. Ansel has become Gus. The feeling I’ve had consistently is this deep weird joy.”
What do you think of this new cover? Are you counting down the days until The Fault in Our Stars hits theaters? Pick up this next edition of Entertainment Weekly on Friday, May 2!