Monday, September 4, 2017

PHOTO WEEKEND: 1ST PHOTOS FROM HISTORICAL DRAMA 'OUTLAW KING' WITH CHRIS PINE, AARON TAYLOR JOHNSON, 'MARY SHELLEY' WITH ELLE FANNING, DOUGLAS BOOTH, TOM STURRIDGE, 'JOURNEY'S END' WITH SAM CLAFLIN, PAUL BETTANY, ASA BUTTERFIELD

  'OUTLAW KING'
 FIRST CHRIS PINE PHOTOS
Continuing our Photo Weekend, first up today, photos (from Daily Mail) from the British sets of Netflix' historical movie OUTLAW KING featuring the first look of Chris Pine as Scottish legend Robert the
Chris Pine rocks a strange new hairdo
Bruce! If you expected some handsome hero, you might be disappointed since he has the weirdest haircut in the role!
14TH CENTURY REBELS 
Set in the 14th century, the movie will follow Chris Pine's Robert The Bruce, the king who led his country to freedom from the oppressive rule
Robert and his faithful steed!
of England and their king Edward II in Scotland! Aaron Taylor Johnson is, meanwhile, set to portray his right hand man, another
Chris Pine and James Cosmo
14th century Scottish legend James Douglas! Robert and Douglas learned guerilla fighting tactics that led to years of surprise attacks,
Australian superstar Callan Mulvey
sacked castles and, finally, independence! Florence Pugh will play the female lead (probably  Robert's queen Elizabeth the Burgh), and as you
Alastair Mackenzie riding in the centre
can see from the photos the cast also includes James Cosmo, Billy Howle as the Prince of Wales, Alastair Mackenzie and Callan Mulvey as Lord John Comyn!

   'MARY SHELLEY'
NEW STELLAR CAST PHOTOS
Some new photos have also been revealed for a movie previously known as A Storm in the Stars and now just simply MARY SHELLEY! The first English language movie to be directed by a female Arabian
Elle Fanning, Douglas Booth and Tom Sturridge
director, has been pushed to summer 2018 release. It portrays the famous love affair between poet Percy Shelley (played by Douglas
Elle Fanning plays Shelley's wife Mary
Booth) and 18 year old Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin (played by Elle Fanning), which resulted in Mary Shelley writing Frankenstein. Tom
Boothe and Fanning play the legendary writing couple
Sturridge is Lord Byron, with Ben Hardy, Maisie Williams, Jack Hickey and Joanne Froggatt also in the cast which includes Hugh O'Connor as Coleridge!

  NEW 'JOURNEY'S END'
 PHOTOS FROM WWI TRENCHES
I've already shown you some of the first photos from the sets of World War I epic drama JOURNEY'S END but now we have three more! To
Always marvellous Sam Claflin leads the stellar cast
be out next February with a stellar cast lead by Sam Claflin, Paul Bettany, Tom Sturridge, Toby Jones and Asa Butterfield,  this
Asa Buttefield plays one of the youngest soldiers
historical drama is a big screen adaptation of RC Sherriff's JOURNEY'S END, the seminal British play about First World War. Set in a dugout
Saul Dibb is directing the WWI drama
in Aisne in 1918, it is the story of a group of British officers, led by the mentally disintegrating young officer Stanhope (Sam Claflin), variously awaiting their fate.

10 comments:

  1. OUTLAW KING looks great, love the period...and the subject!

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  2. I think they sound good, but you are right about that hair. It's a total ball of ewww!

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    1. 'tis the medieval do! They probably felt lucky if they did not have lice, da style was of second importance :)

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    2. That's another way to look at it. I'd suffer through ugly hair back then too if it meant no critters running amok on my head.

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    3. you know ladies did not wash their hair back then? According to scientific theories you don't need to wash it at all, like never, if you comb it carefully a few times a day, thus we always see maids combing the long tresses of their mistresses in mediaeval movies

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    4. I wash mine twice a week, or after working out because I sweat a lot. I don't want sweat hair so shampoo is my bff on those days.

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    5. combing apparently cleanses away everything from the hair itself, I just wonder how they did not have itchy scalps, but then again they did not bathe a lot either, queen Elizabeth was considered overly tidy for bathing four times a year! People did not even have a habit of washing their hands throughout history. Women died in massive percentage at childbirth because doctors did not care to wash their hands before the procedure until late 18th or even 19th century methinks.

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    6. They didn't have the hair products back then that we have that cause build up though. Hair spray, gel, heat protectant. Hell, even shampoo builds up on the hair. Once a month I put a big of baking soda in my shampoo to strip all the ick out. If only I could brush it away, my grocery bill would be much cheaper lol

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    7. well, force Ally into being your entourage lady who will comb it for you five times a day :)

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