Friday, September 1, 2017

LILY COLLINS JOINS NICHOLAS HOULT IN 'TOLKIEN' AS THE LADY WHO INSPIRED LOTR! SUSAN PARK CAST IN 'SNOWPIERCER' SNOWY SF SERIES WITH JENNIFER CONNELLY

  LILY COLLINS JOINS
'TOLKIEN' AS THE LADY WHO INSPIRED LORD OF THE RINGS
Not so long ago, in fact it was earlier this summer, we had the piece of news that Nicholas Hoult will play the father of the MiddleEarth in biopic TOLKIEN and now 'The Hollywood Reporter' has got the scoop that Lily Collins might play the woman who inspired legendary Lord of the Rings! 
The movie explores the early life of J. R. R. TOLKIEN as he finds love, friendship and artistic inspiration among a group of fellow outcasts. When the horrors of World War I envelope Tolkien's life, they threaten to tear this "fellowship" apart, and he questions the very meaning and purpose of his art. Instead, he finds a way to use these experiences as inspiration for his famous works, among them The Hobbit and the Lord of the Rings trilogy. Lily Collins will play his love and wife Edith Bratt who inspired the elven princesses from his sagas. Anthony Boyle has also been cast!


  'SNOWPIERCER' SF SERIES
FINDS ITS COOK IN SUSAN PARK
In TV news, the latest one to join the small screen adaptation of cult sf movie hit SNOW PIERCER is Susan Park. The pilot for a sf TNT
Susan Park starred in a lot of sitcoms before
series already has Jennifer Connelly and Daveed Diggs as leads in the story set seven years after the world has become a frozen wasteland and the remnants of humanity inhabit a gigantic, perpetually moving train that circles the globe. It explores class warfare, social injustice and the politics of survival. As 'Deadline' reports today, Susan Park will play Jinju, the finest chef at the train’s finest restaurant, and a member of the train’s elite.

10 comments:

  1. This could be very good if they make it like I think they should. I hadn't heard anything about it until right now. Thanks DEZ!

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  2. I think Hoult and Collins will be a lovely pairing! I still haven't seen the entire LOTR series but hope to see them all some day. I just have a hard time sitting through a 3.5 hour movie!

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    1. the first two are nice and you really do not notice it is 2,5 hours, but the third one was a bit harder for me and Hobbits were a living dread... too long and too boring even with my Elven kings

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  3. I'd enjoy seeing a movie of Tolkien's life.

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  4. The Snowpiercer series sounds interesting. It was a really good movie I thought.

    Tolkien sounds interesting though I am not sure how much traction it will get.

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    1. I loved the movie myself, although not the end :) Hope the series will be on a very high level, could be a total breakthrough as so many people have never seen the film

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  5. I like Nicholas Hoult -- glad he'll be portraying Tolkien (obviously at a young age!)

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    1. I don't know what he was like, but I imagine Hoult being magical and radiant

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