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Rupert Friend as Renzo Daverio: The Moon and the Stars

A movie set becomes a metaphor for the tragic rise of World War II in Europe in this historical drama. It’s 1939, and as Benito Mussolini rules Italy and war sweeps through Europe, Italian film producer Davide Rieti (Alfred Molina) is attempting to set up his latest project, a historical epic adapted from Puccini’s opera Tosca. 363 more words

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A Glance BTS of "Three"

The best part of having an acclaimed director like Johnnie To is the media strong interest in his work, and hence English audiences get more press release information. 102 more words

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Rupert Friend as Oliver: Starred Up

To be “starred up” is to be prematurely transferred from a juvenile to an adult institution, and the film begins with this happening to Eric (Jack O’Connell in a riveting, star-making turn), a young man deemed dangerous enough to warrant segregation—a cell to himself. 1,325 more words

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APRIL 2016 NEWS UPDATE

It’s been a busy month for Wallace. He has been accepting projects left and right it seems and doing press back-to-back. As a result, this month marked a record-breaking blog posts for us with 13 posts (including this one, patting… 2,340 more words

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Rupert Friend as Coco Leger: Jolene

There wasn’t too much information related to Rupert from this film or at least I wasn’t able to find out about it, so if you have something you want to share to add to this post, I’ll be very grateful :) Here we go with a few general data of the film, and, as usual, some visual delights. 286 more words

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“TiK Tok” Press Conference with Wallace Chung & Lee Jung Jae

Tik Tok held its first press conference this past 17th of April at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Beijing, just days after all three leads attended the BIFF. 292 more words

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Blue Girls Burn Fast - Amandla Stenberg

Activist, actress, teen icon and now filmmaker, Amandla Stenberg, released a 19-minute short film (titled Blue Girls Burn Fast) a few weeks ago that supposedly got her accepted to NYU. 80 more words

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