We updated the gallery with digital scans of the most recent Entertainment Weekly issue, that have the first look on X-Men: Dark Phoenix.
X-Men: Dark Phoenix is featured at the annual Entertainment Weekly first look issue. With all the new pictures, we have the first still featuring James as Charles.
The X-Men Reunite… For A Funeral?
Dark Phoenix is, well, dark as evidenced by this photo of Charles (James McAvoy), Nightcrawler (Kodi Smit-McPhee), Cyclops (Tye Sheridan) and Storm (Alexandra Shipp) mourning something or somebody. “I would call Dark Phoenix a drama,” says Lawrence. “We have really great action scenes and we go to space like within the first five minutes of the movie. So it’s definitely exciting but emotionally all these characters are taking the biggest, most extreme dives than they have in the whole series.”
Dark Phoenix will arrive in theaters on Nov. 2, 2018. Come back tomorrow for scans of the EW issue!
M. Night Shyamalan returned in a big way earlier this year with his movie SPLIT, which earned some of the best reviews of his career, and made $278 million worldwide (off a $9 million budget). A huge final scene revealed this was not a normal horror flick and was indeed the long-awaited sequel to his film UNBREAKABLE. He announced he was getting to work on the final entry, GLASS, and he has now taken to Twitter the movie has officially wrapped production.
The tweet came on Monday night as Shyamalan thanked the cast and crew, as well as the city of Philadelphia where the movie was shot.
Just wrapped #Glass!! Much love to my cast & crew. Thank you for helping me tell this special story. And love to Philly for all the support!
— M. Night Shyamalan (@MNightShyamalan) December 5, 2017
The sequel will see McAvoy’s Kevin, a man with multiple personalities, crossing paths with Bruce Willis’ David Dunn, who was the subject of Shyamalan’s UNBREAKABLE, the director’s take on a superhero movie. The two will go toe-to-toe as Dunn hunts Kevin down, all while Samuel L. Jackson’s Elijah Price, a.k.a. Mr. Glass, who was also in UNBREAKABLE, acts as an orchestrator and knows secrets about the two men. Taylor-Joy will reprise her role as Casey Cooke from SPLIT, and actress Sarah Paulson was added to the cast some months ago.
GLASS is set to hit theaters January 18, 2019.
Check in our gallery pictures taken when James was filming last month some scenes in Philadelphia.
Our gallery was updated with brand new HQ stills of Submergence, also the Spanish poster which gained the title Inmersion.
A German trailer has also surfaced, and was subtitled by the lovely Petal (@knuddelwuddelll). No word so far about an English trailer so, check it below:
A Russian trailer for Submergence has surfaced earlier today, which is exciting and not so much at the same time (due language barriers!). The trailer is quite long-running (over 2 minutes) and has plenty of James and Alicia Vikander scenes!
Adapted from the novel by JM Ledgard, it focuses on two people brought together by a chance encounter. James (James McAvoy) is a Scottish spy about to embark on a dangerous mission in Somalia. Danny (Alicia Vikander) is a professor and a bio-mathematician about to head to the bottom of the ocean to explore what lifeforms might exist. They find each other at a plush hotel in France, both taking a chance to relax before embarking on their high-risk missions. There’s an instant frisson and in the space of a few days, they fall in love, eager to see more of each other once they return. But when James is kidnapped by jihadists, Danny is left waiting for a text message that might never come, unaware of his predicament as she prepares for her deep dive.
Watch the trailer below:
Our gallery was updated with promotional images and screen captures of the hit movie Atomic Blonde starring Charlize Theron, who plays Lorraine Broughton, a top-level spy for MI6, who is dispatched to Berlin to take down a ruthless espionage ring that has just killed an undercover agent for reasons unknown. She is ordered to cooperate with Berlin station chief David Percival (James McAvoy), and the two form an uneasy alliance, unleashing their full arsenal of skills in pursuing a threat that jeopardizes the West’s entire intelligence operation.
The movie was released on digital platforms (iTunes and Amazon Video) last October 24 and was just released on DVD and Blu-Ray.
Our gallery was updated with several promotional images and also screen captures of Split.
Still catching up with what the site is missing, I came across some pretty photos of James attending the Split press conference last year. You can check them by clicking in the link below:
Paramount Pictures has dropped the first official trailer for Sherlock Gnomes, the upcoming CG-animated sequel to 2011’s Gnomeo & Juliet.
The follow-up finds Gnomeo (James McAvoy), Juliet (Emily Blunt) and their friends and family in a whole new adventure in London when they discover someone is kidnapping garden gnomes. Sherlock Gnomes (Johnny Depp) is brought on the case.
Gnomeo & Juliet received mixed reviews but was still a hit, making $US193.9 million from an estimated budget of $US36 million. It’s somewhat surprising it’s taken almost seven years to receive a follow-up. The sequel could see an even better performance, with a star-studded voice cast that also includes Chiwetel Ejiofor, Maggie Smith, Michael Caine, Stephen Merchant and Mary J. Blige, Elton John on board co-crafting original music, and a higher quality of animation. As for the fart jokes and mankini jokes below, the target audience is very clear.
Sherlock Gnomes will open in the US on March 23, 2018. Watch the trailer below.
The Wim Wenders-helmed romance made its world premiere at the Toronto Film Festival, where it received strong reviews.
James McAvoy and Alicia Vikander star In the globe-trotting romance pic that follows two storylines that become intertwined. On the eastern coast of Africa, an Englishman named James Moore (McAvoy) is held captive by jihadist fighters. Thousands of miles away in the Greenland Sea, Danielle Flinders (Vikander) prepares to dive in a submersible to the ocean floor. In their confines they are drawn back to the Christmas of the previous year, where a chance encounter on a beach in France led to an intense and enduring romance. Erin Dignam wrote the screenplay, which is based on J.M. Ledgard’s 2011 novel.
Submergence came into the Toronto Film Festival with several distributors having made bids, but UTA decided to wait until after the film’s world premiere Sept. 10 to begin negotiations, which have carried on for the past two months. Samuel Goldwyn Films prevailed as the eventual winner. A source pegged the deal at seven figures.
“We were fortunate to see the film at its debut at the Toronto International Film Festival,” says Peter Goldwyn, president of Samuel Goldwyn Films. “We were moved by the story, direction and great performances of its talented cast. We look forward to bringing the film to the U.S. audience in 2018.”
Added Wenders: “Our film has global dimensions and shows all the beauty of our planet, but also its conflicts and violence. I had Dr. Martin Luther King’s words in capital letters on the front page of my script: ‘You cannot drive out darkness with darkness. Only love can do that.’ That’s why the love story is our driving element. I’m happy we’re in the hands of Samuel Goldwyn Films for our American release.”
Our gallery was updated with high quality poster and production stills, released back in September during TIFF.