The Giver film posted a new image of Alexander Skarsgard shown above. The film is based on a book by Lois Lowry. The description on imdb shows: In a seemingly perfect community, without war, pain, suffering, differences or choice, a young boy is chosen to learn from an elderly man about the true pain and pleasure of the “real” world.
New poster above shows Alexander Skarsgard in his upcoming role in the film “The Giver”. The poster was released to Huffinton Post by The Weinstein Company:
The posters for each character are here:
Jonas (Brenton Thwaites) at Fandango:http://fandan.co/1i8n6em
The Giver (Jeff Bridges) & The Chief Elder (Meryl Streep) at Yahoo Movies: http://yhoo.it/1lGzfZ8
Jonas’ Birth Father (Alexander Skarsgård) at The Huffington Post: http://huff.to/1lWOgHL
Jonas’ Birth Mother (Katie Holmes) at SheKnows.com:http://bit.ly/1m9S0qO
Fiona (Odeya Rush) & Asher (Cameron Monaghan) atTeen.com: http://bit.ly/1gnkspK
Rosemary (Taylor Swift) at MTV News:http://on.mtv.com/1jH4EyQ
The Weinstein Company has released a surfeit of character posters on sites such as MTV, Fandango, Teen.com, SheKnows, Yahoo! Movies and HuffPost Entertainment. We’ve got your first look at Alexander Skarsgard’s one-sheet, which combines black-and-white photography with a color streak (a tease that will please readers of “The Giver”). The “True Blood” fixture plays the father of Jonas (Brenton Thwaites) in the film. SOURCE:
iTunes now has available the video from the “Meet the Filmmakers” held in NYC at an Apple store with the cast and director of “The East”. Join director Zal Batmahglij and cast members of “The East,” as they discuss their new espionage thriller.
The film follows an operative for an elite private intelligence firm that ruthlessly protects the interests of their corporate clientele. Assigned to infiltrate an anarchist collective known for covert attacks on major corporations, she finds herself unexpectedly torn between two worlds as she starts to fall in love with the group’s charismatic leader.
The podcast is availble on iTunes on the link here:
David Yates, the director of the last four Harry Potter films, has finally committed to his next project — and we’re told it will be a big-screen adaptation of Edgar Rice Burroughs’s Tarzan at Warner Bros. Pictures.
No word on its cast — Yates only committed to the project on Monday — but we hear that Yates is meeting with up-and-coming actors like Man of Steel‘s Henry Cavill, Pacific Rim headliner Charlie Hunnam, and True Blood‘s Alexander Skarsgård.
(We also hear that the studio is keen to get a meeting with Tom Hardy, who has put in his time on Warner Bros. blockbusters like The Dark Knight Rises andInception, but less clear is whether Hardy shares the studio’s enthusiasm for that part.)
The project has been in development with Ocean’s Eleven producer Jerry Weintraub for years, most recently (and surreally) attracting Hustle & Flowdirector Craig Brewer. In any event, here’s hoping things goes better than the last Burroughs adaptation to hit the big screen: John Carter, which cost Disney $200 million in losses earlier this year.
Variety just posted this news item:
“True Blood” star Alexander Skarsgard, Frank Grillo, Colin Ford and Swedish thesp Michael Nyqvist are attached to star in Henry Alex Rubin’s indie drama “Disconnect,” while Andrea Riseborough is also circling one of the lead roles.
Rubin, who previously directed the award-winning documentary “Murderball,” makes his feature directorial debut with the film. Andrew Stern (“Return to Me”) wrote the script, which follows a large ensemble of characters who are affected — and in some cases destroyed — by the Internet and other forms of modern communication.
Skarsgard will play a former Marine who’s struggling to make ends meet and is emotionally cut off from his wife, prompting him to seek an affair.
Grillo is in line to play a single father and computer safety expert who’s overprotective of his 15-year-old son and wants to keep him away from the dangers of the online world.
Ford would play Grillo’s son, a skater who deals with his own emotional pain by chatting online with a troubled teen under the guise of being an interested teen girl.
Nyqvist will play a man who Skarsgard and his wife suspect of stealing their identity. for the full article please visit: