Thursday, July 29, 2010

'Bran Nue Day' Trailer And Movie Poster Exclusive Showing In U.S.

Bran Nue Dae is a charming new Australian-based, music-driven road movie/romantic comedy starring Academy Award winner Geoffrey Rush that literally bursts onto the screen with unbridled energy and fun. Loosely based on one of Australia ' s most beloved and popular musicals, Bran Nue Dae is a foot stomping tour-de-force centering on the romantic adventures of a young aboriginal couple set against the spectacularly beautiful Australian landscape.
MTV Australia calls Bran Nue Dae, "Hilarious...A Celebration. The Next Homegrown Cinema Classic." And The Sunday Mail called this Number One Australian Movie of the Year "An Exuberant Musical Road Movie!"
Directed by Rachel Perkins
Written by Reg Cribb, Rachel Perkins & Jimmy Chi
Based on the stage musical "Bran Nue Dae" by Jimmy Chi & Kuckles
Running Time: 88 minutes
Rating: Not Rated

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'Salt' Movie Amazing Stunts By Angelina Jolie

With Angelina Jolie in the lead role, the filmmakers were limited only by their imaginations when it came to the action and stunt sequences in the film.  “Angelina is very much into doing all the action herself,” says Simon Crane, who directed the second unit and coordinated the stunts.  Crane had collaborated with Jolie on many films prior to Salt, including Lara Croft: Tomb Raider and Mr.& Mrs. Smith. “She’s really game for anything.”

“I think it’s great when a movie star is willing to put themselves out there because it makes you stay in the moment even more as an audience member,” says producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura.  “She’s pretty fearless.”

“I love doing action movies,” explains the actress.  “I’ve always loved to run and jump around and be physical.”

Jolie felt particularly safe working with Crane not only because of their longstanding professional relationship but because Crane is simply one of the best in the business.  “He started out as one of the great stuntmen,” says Noyce.  “In Cliffhanger, there’s an amazing midair transfer – that was Simon.  The greatest, most exciting war sequence I’ve ever seen – the D-Day sequence in Saving Private Ryan – that was coordinated by Simon.  The greatest fight sequence I’ve ever seen – in Braveheart – choreographed by Simon.  The greatest swordfight, in Troy – Simon.  The guy is a living legend.  He’s seen it all and done it all.  He takes the audience by the seat of their pants and plunges them into the scene.”

Crane says he was gratified by the opportunity to re-team with Jolie.  “She was always trying to find or come up with new ways of doing action,” he says.

In one major action sequence, Salt, cornered by her pursuers, makes a bold leap off a freeway overpass and lands on top of a moving truck on the highway below.  Salt’s pursuers follow her in an SUV, and arrange a roadblock, forcing Salt to take some dramatic evasive actions in the middle of a six-lane thoroughfare.  

Working from an animatronic storyboard designed over the previous months by Phillip Noyce, Crane and his team spent several weeks on the highways of Albany, New York, planning, rehearsing, and shooting this complex sequence.  The Route 787 and Route 20 interchange next to downtown Albany matched DC’s highways, and caused little traffic disruption when exit and entrance ramps had to be closed for filming.  

Crane, working closely with stunt coordinator Wade Eastwood and Jolie’s stunt double Eunice Huthart, planned the shot.  “That’s really Angelina on top of the vehicles,” says Crane.  

“I trust them so much with their rigs and harnesses,” says Jolie.  “Instead of feeling scared, it’s like working with the circus for the day, and you get to play.  They know me and they know what I can do, and what I’m not very good at.”  Citing another sequence, in which the actress walks a ledge twelve stories up in her bare feet, she says, “I happen to like heights, so we’ve found these moments where I can use that.”

Jolie also worked with Crane and his team to develop the fight style that her character would employ.  “Because I’m a girl and I’m light on my feet, we naturally went to styles like Muay Thai, which is very long and beautiful,” Jolie says.  Muay Thai employs the “Art of Eight Limbs,” in which not only fists are used to make strikes, but also elbows, shins, and knees. “But then we realized it wasn’t as practical a fight if you have face-to-face combat, and it didn’t look as aggressive,” says the actress.

So Jolie and Crane and his team added Krav Maga, a more brutal form of fighting developed in Israel and used by the FBI and American special operations forces, to Salt’s fighting technique.  “She fights secret service guards in the film,” notes Crane.  “You can’t have her take those guys out too easily, or it would soften the whole film.  Salt is very efficient – she doesn’t really want to kill anyone.”

“There’s a tremendous amount of running in this film, more than I care to mention,” jokes Schreiber.  “Running in dress shoes and a suit – Harrison Ford always made that look so easy, but it is not easy.  I spent the first two weeks of this film with shin splints, icing my legs every day.”  

Ghost Write Exclusive Showing In Ayala Cinemas

Winner of the Best Director prize at the 2010 Berlin Film Festival, Roman Polanski’s critically acclaimed thriller The Ghost Writer will be shown exclusively at Ayala Malls Cinemas (Glorietta 4 &; Greenbelt 3) starting Wednesday, August 4,2010.

The mystery thriller, which was adapted from the bestselling novel The Ghost by Richard Harris, stars Ewan McGregor, Pierce Brosnan, Kim Cattrall and Olivia Williams.

In the film, when a successful British ghostwriter known only as The Ghost, (McGregor) agrees to complete the memoirs of former British Prime Minister Adam Lang (Brosnan), his agent assures him it's the opportunity of a lifetime. But the project seems doomed from the start-not least because his predecessor on the project, Lang's long-term aide, died in an unfortunate accident.

The Ghost flies out to work on the project, in the middle of winter, to an oceanfront house on an island off the U.S. Eastern seaboard. But the day after he arrives, a former British cabinet minister accuses Lang of authorizing the illegal seizure of suspected terrorists and handing them over for torture by the CIA-a war crime. The controversy brings reporters and protesters swarming to the island mansion where Lang is staying with his wife, Ruth (Williams), and his personal assistant (and mistress), Amelia (Cattrall).

As The Ghost works, he begins to uncover clues suggesting his predecessor may have stumbled on a dark secret linking Lang to the CIA-and that somehow this information is hidden in the manuscript he left behind. Was Lang in the service of the American intelligence agency while he was prime minister? And was The Ghost's predecessor murdered because of the appalling truth he uncovered?

Resonating with topical themes, this atmospheric and suspenseful political thriller is a story of deceit and betrayal on every level- sexual, political and literary. In a world in which nothing, and no one, is as it seems, The Ghost quickly discovers that the past can be deadly-and that history is decided by whoever stays alive to write it.

Vampires Suck In Theaters August 2010

At the heels of the phenomenal vampire tales come “Vampires Suck,” a parody of today’s hit teen flick from the outrageous minds of Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer (“Date Movie,” “Epic Movie”).

“Vampires Suck” pools together talented comics headed by Ken Jeong (“Hangover”) with Matt Latner, Jenn Proske and Chris Riggi. The movie bites when Becca (Proske) finds herself in the midst of vampire-human-wolf love triangle, taking her deeper into teen angst and romance as she decides between Edward Sullen (Latner) the vampire and Jacob (Riggi) the werewolf. In the midst of being torn and before she finally decides between Edward and Jacob, Becca must get around her controlling father who manages to embarrass her at all times. Thanks to her set of friends who make her feel normal while contending with their own teen romantic issues headed for a smash in their most awaited prom.

“Vampires Suck” opens very soon in theaters from 20th Century Fox to be distributed by Warner Bros.

Thor SDCC Movie Screen Caps

Thor SDCC Movie will be showing May 2011 but here are some raw screen caps photos from the Thor SDCC Movie Trailer leaked at the Comicon Manhattan.

Thor SDCC Trailer

Take a look at the 5 minute trailer of Thor SDCC.  Watch the Thor SDCC trailer now while its hot and Marvel doesn't notice this leak yet. This came from Manhattan Entertainment Comicon trailer.

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