he upcoming fantasy film “The Seventh Son” movie release date has been delayed again as distributor changes from Warner Bros. to Universal Studios. The cast talks about filming the movie in an interview.
“The Seventh Son” is an adaptation of a young adult novel titled “The Spook’s Apprentice” written by Joseph Delaney. The synopsis according to Amazon states, “A wonderful and terrifying series by a new writer about a young boy training to be an exorcist. Thomas Ward is the seventh son of a seventh son and has been apprenticed to be the local Spook. The job is hard, the Spook is distant and many apprentices have failed before Thomas. Somehow Thomas must learn now to exorcise ghosts, contain witches and bind boggarts. But when he is tricked into freeing Mother Malkin, the most evil witch in the Country, the horror begins…”
Thomas Ward is portrayed by Ben Barnes known as Caspian in “The Chronicles of Narnia”, and as Dorian Gray in the self-titled movie. He is joined by legendary actor Jeff Bridges who plays John Gregory, the Spook, as well as award-winning actress Julianne Moore who portrays the evil Mother Malkin. Other cast members include Alicia Vikander (“Anna Karenina”), Kit Harrington (“Game of Thrones”), and Djimon Hounsou who plays original character Rady.
Jeff Bridges talks about the movie during Comic-Con: “I’m a big fan of myth and mythology, and I saw this as a chance to make a modern-day myth. It also talks about good and evil. My idea is that good and evil are really different sides of the same coin.”
Kit Harrington shares his experience working with big names like Bridges and Moore: “I wanted to do this film ’cause I got to work exclusively with Jeff Bridges and Julianne Moore, which is something I really wanted to do when I found out the casting. It was a really exciting, action-packed role. It was a lot of fun.”
Julianne Moore will be honored by Museum of the Moving Image at its 29th annual Salute on Jan. 20 at 583 Park Ave. in New York, it was announced today by Herbert S. Schlosser and Ivan Lustig, co-chairmen of the Museum’s Board of Trustees.?
Moore, a four-time Academy Award nominee, stars as a woman battling Alzheimer’s in Still Alice, which Sony Pictures Classics will give an awards-qualifying run later this year, and plays a fading actress in David Cronenberg’s Maps to the Stars, which Focus World opens Feb. 27. She will also appear in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1, which Lionsgate is releasing Nov. 21.
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“With her unforgettable performances in Still Alice and Maps to the Stars, and her upcoming role in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, this is Julianne Moore’s year,” Schlosser said in making the announcement. “She is a fearless and versatile performer who has created so many powerful performances in film and television.”
Moore won the Best Actress Award at this year’s Cannes Film Festival for her performance in Map. She has been nominated for the best supporting actress Oscar for Boogie Nights and The Hours and for best actress for The End of the Affair and Far from Heaven.
I’ve added to the gallery HQ pictures of Julianne during the Hamptons International Film Festival Presentation and Press Conference of Still Alice.
Appearances > Appearances from 2014 > October 13: 2014 Hamptons International Film Festival
We’ve added to the gallery the first on set images of Julianne for her new movie Freeheld.
New Jersey car mechanic Stacie Andree and her police detective girlfriend Laurel Hester both battle to secure Hester’s pension benefits after she was diagnosed with a terminal illness.
Film & TV Productions > 2015 – Freeheld > On Set > On Set: October 2, 2014
Sony Pictures Classic is making sure that Julianne Moore gets that shot at finally nabbing an Oscar, TheWrap said.
The corporate-owned art house distributor will release “Still Alice,” the drama that features Moore as a college professor with early-onset Alzheimer’s, in theaters in New York and Los Angeles for a week in December. The distributor will then give the film a more normal release on January 16.
“Still Alice,” written and directed by Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland, was acquired by SPC after its Toronto premiere
Over 100 HQ images from Julianne’s appereance during New York Film Festival for Maps to the Stars premiere have been added to the gallery. Enjoy them all and hopefully I’ll find more and more to add.
Appereances > Appereances from 2014 > September 27: 52nd New York Film Festival – “Maps To The Stars” Premiere