[identity profile] derevko-child.livejournal.com
The trailers for Maps to the Stars and Manhattan have been released.

I can't find the first international trailer (the post prod trailer with actual text at the start that says "post production" or PG version), so here's the the red band, NSFW trailer.


link, in case embed doesn't work (youtube will ask you to sign in)


If the above links don't work for you, Indie Wire has the trailer not hosted by youtube and a bit of write-up of the movie here.

Maps to the Stars will premiere on May 21st in the Cannes Film Festival.




The trailer for Manhattan was released just a few hours ago.


link, in case embed doesn't work


Olivia plays Liza Winters, a "botanist with a past". Manhattan will premiere this July on WGN.

And here's a twitter pic from the set, via one of the stars of the show, Katja Herbers.


[identity profile] derevko-child.livejournal.com
Olivia Williams: 'I may be shivering in terror, but I refuse to catch cold'
By Olivia Williams
12:15PM GMT 07 Jan 2014


In her monthly column, Olivia Williams explains why she won't be left out in the cold while shooting her new movie

cuuuuut )
[identity profile] derevko-child.livejournal.com
uno. Ten, Olivia's movie where she plays an detective investigating the deaths of members of an elite DEA task force is now known as Sabotage. Previous movie titles include Breacher.

Here's an excerpt from a story in moviepilot.com (warning: the site's a little bit slow, there's some javascript involved and shiznit)

Sabotage casts Arnold as a baddie (with a neck tattoo, no less), one of ten crooked DEA agents who rob a drug cartel only later to be killed off one by one, a la Agatha Christies, Ten Little Indians, upon which the premise of Sabotage is loosely inspired.

Although the film was shot in Atlanta and wrapped several months ago, the Los Angeles reshoots were necessitated after unfavorable audience response to an early test screening sometime in April. While I wont reveal the detail particulars of the reshoot (which are so significant as to qualify as spoilers) Olivia Williams, the Shakespearean-trained actress whos making a rare foray into the action genre by portraying a tough investigator in Sabotage, informs me that the reshoots will guarantee a more favorable movie experience for Schwarzenegger fans, and that the former California governors somewhat against-type is likely to reveal a heretofore unexplored dimensionality to Schwarzeneggers usual screen persona. Williams also stated, that while the work was often grueling (one scene involved three days of mud wrestling with Arnold in an Atlanta lake), working with Schwarzenegger was quite the pleasure and that the actor was a consummate professional throughout.


source

dos.Here's the first clip from Olivia's movie, Last Days on Mars [previous comm entries]


link, in case embed doesn't work


source

tres. Olivia awarded the first prize winner of the Marylebone Art Competition.

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[identity profile] derevko-child.livejournal.com
Let's start with the bad news:

01. Case Sensitive Series 3 is a no-go . According to Darren Boyd's twitter, ITV has decided that they won't make any more episodes.

Let's have a moment of silence for our fallen show.

Now, for the good news:

02. Anna Karenina and Hyde Park on Hudson will be premiering in the Toronto Film Festival, which will be running from September 6th to 16th. The schedule of the movies will be released on August 21st.

Anna Karenina will be a Special Presentation while Hyde Park on Hudson is a Gala Presentation.

03. According to the BBC Films twitter feed, Now is Good will be released on September 19.


Sources
01.Darren Boyd's tweet
02.TIFF - Anna Karenina | TIFF - Hyde Park on Hudson
03. BBC Films' tweet
[identity profile] derevko-child.livejournal.com
According to twitter:

#10monologues -Eve Ensler, Meera Syal, Trudie Styler, Olivia Williams. Stopviolence against women, buy tickets now at nimaxtheatre.com
source


Checking out the Nimax Theatre's website, it is a "ground-breaking collection of monologues by world-renowned authors and playwrights' such as Maya Angelou, Alice Walker and Edward Albee and edited by Eve Ensler and Mollie Doyle: each diverse voice rises up in a collective roar to break open, expose, and examine the insidiousness of violence at all levels - brutality, neglect, a punch, even a put-down."

The website is yet to list Olivia in the cast, but seeing that they also have "...and more" in the first paragraph + the tweet, I think it's fair to say that she's indeed part of this (unless the tweet meant to say "Olivia Colman" as what's happening lately on the internet -_-)

Nimax Theatre Website

Tickets start at £ 21. It looks like the performance will only be on the 26th of March.

Will update when more info crops up.
[identity profile] derevko-child.livejournal.com
She's not included in the list provided by BBC 2's website, but one of the guests for the episode, Sarfraz Manzoor, tweeted that she's part of the panel.

Schedule of broadcasts:

Fri 7 Oct 2011
23:00
BBC Two (England, Scotland only)

Fri 7 Oct 2011
23:30
BBC Two (Northern Ireland, Wales only)

Sat 8 Oct 2011
22:45
BBC HD

EDIT: If you're in the UK, you can watch the episode on the ITV player in the Review Show website. It's available for 7 days.

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