Monday, January 18, 2016

PREMIUM SPOTLIGHT ON 'HIGH RISE' MOVIE WITH TOM HIDDLESTON, LUKE EVANS, JAMES PUREFOY, JEREMY IRONS, KEELEY HAWES, SIENNA MILLER

'HIGH RISE' THRILLER MOVIE
WITH TOM HIDDLESTON, LUKE EVANS, JEREMY IRONS AND JAMES PUREFOY
A movie treat for you today to launch the new working week: new photo shoot pictures showing the leading characters of the long awaited thriller HIGH RISE which should hit the cinemas in the United King this March (arriving a year later after the 40 year anniversary of the release of the book) as the big screen adaptation of J.G. Ballard's famous novel of the same name. Directed by Ben Wheatley, the movie boasts the most star studded of ensemble casts lead by two of our most favourite hunks on the planet Tom Hiddleston and Luke Evans, alonside Jeremy Irons, James Purefoy, Keeley Hawes, Elisabeth Moss and Sienna Guillory. Both Hiddles and Lukey were nominated for British Independent Film Awards for their roles in the movie. Click to check out the exquisitely naughty photo of our dearest Hiddles sunbathing naked on the HIGH RISE balcony from the film over at our Twitter page :)

WELCOME TO THE HIGH LIFE  
London, 1975. Robert Laing (Tom Hiddleston) is a young doctor seduced by the lifestyle in a HIGH RISE, an isolated community, cut off from the rest of society in their luxury tower block, and its creator, the architect Anthony Royal (Jeremy Irons). Taking up residence on the twenty-fifth floor, Laing discovers a world of complex loyalties, and also strikes up a relationship with Royal’s devoted aide Charlotte (Sienna Miller). After Laing befriends Richard Wilder (Luke Evans), a documentary filmmaker relegated to the second floor who is determined to provoke the class injustices inherent in the HIGH RISE, a dangerous social situation develops and the high-rise eventually fragments into violent tribes.

26 comments:

  1. DAMN that strategically-placed brochure, eh Dezzy?

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    1. imagine having such a view from your balcony, Debs :)

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  2. sounds like an interesting tale

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    1. isolated places are always the best of stages for interesting tales

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  3. The High-Rise poster is gulp worthy. I'm not too sure what it's about but it still captured my interest.

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    1. it is elongated made long to put focus on the height of the building he was thrown from

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  4. This sounds like a nail biter for sure! :)
    ~Jess

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  5. Thanks for the naughtiness. Bring on the violent tribes!

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    1. too bad I couldn't post the naughtiness here in all its glory

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    2. Dezzy the Dazzling Dezzmeister.... the King of all Things Naughty.

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  6. Naughty photo, but I can't help but think of the butt sweat you get on those terrible plastic sun chairs. I always hated sun bathing on those in the hot summer months.

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    1. yes, as soon as I saw, or better to say gawked at, the photo I though of Hiddlestud's poor lil' bum!

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    2. I'm sure he had some very interesting lines on that bum after the photo shoot ;)

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    3. so sad I wasn't there to closely investigate

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    4. Which picture is naughty? I just don't see it. Maybe that says something about me.

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    5. click on the link within the article, dough

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  7. It sounds so good but my phone won't play the trailer!!!! I need to up my data plan. :(

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  8. Interesting concept. It could get a little creepy....

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  9. There is no such thing as utopia and every time humans try to create one, they end up killing each other.

    Looks like a good film with something to say.

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    1. too true, they needed a more strict selection guidelines when choosing the inhabitants. But there's a crazy spark in every human settlement

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  10. Ensemble casts rarely work. Now, why is that?

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GIVE SOME LOVE TO YOUR DEZZY :)