September 20 • by Paige • Comments are off for this post
Australia – 13 October 2011
Hong Kong – 13 October 2011
Portugal – 13 October 2011
Singapore – 13 October 2011
Thailand – 13 October 2011
Canada – 14 October 2011
India – 14 October 2011
Ireland – 14 October 2011
Italy – 14 October 2011
Norway – 14 October 2011
USA – 14 October 2011
France – 19 October 2011
Russia – 20 October 2011
Hungary – 27 October 2011
Belgium – 2 November 2011
Mexico – 11 November 2011
Germany – 17 November 2011
Brazil – 2 December 2011
UK – 2 December 2011
Denmark – 8 December 2011
Sweden – 9 December 2011
September 15 • by Jessica • Comments are off for this post
Woah, woah, and woah. Check out the trailer below for Mary & Riley’s short film, MAGNIFICAT. It looks intense and I’m totally looking forward to seeing more. I’ll add screencaps tomorrow but in the meantime, enjoy pressing the replay button over and over again.
Huge congrats to Riley on the directing. Looks fab!
Here’s the film’s synopsis:
A young woman is tormented by malevolent visions that begin the bleed into reality.
September 14 • by Jessica • Comments are off for this post
These photos are epic. I’ve uploaded some new scans of Mary featured in Make Up Artist magazine where the magazine talks about how they achieved all the make-up effects in “The Thing” film. If the text is too small, there’s just a text page that’s a little bigger for you to read. Check out all the scans in the gallery. After seeing this pics, I’m even more pumped for this film!
September 13 • by Jessica • Comments are off for this post
Hey, everyone! If you’re looking forward to THE THING when it gets released this October, you can now pre-order the film’s soundtrack over at Amazon. The soundtrack will be available on October 11, three days before the film’s release.
Here’s the soundtrack listing:
1. God’s Country Music (1:27)
2. Road To Antarctica (2:41)
3. Into The Cave (:39)
4. Eye Of The Survivor (2:25)
5. Meet And Greet (2:55)
6. Autopsy (3:08)
7. Cellular Activity (1:32)
8. Finding Filling (3:25)
9. Well Done (1:32)
10. Female Persuasion (4:51)
11. Survivors (3:28)
12. Open Your Mouth (4:20)
13. Antarctic Standoff (3:03)
14. Meating Of The Minds (4:28)
15. Sander Sucks At Hiding (2:22)
16. Can’t Stand The Heat (2:10)
17. Following Sander’s Lead (2:39)
18. In The Ship (2:39)
19. Sander Bucks (:45)
20. The End (2:33)
21. How Did You Know? (2:29)
Additionally, I have added the soundtrack cover and back cover to the gallery.
September 08 • by Jessica • Comments are off for this post
Scott Pilgrim VS The World has received 8 nominations at this year’s SPIKE TV’s SCREAM Awards. The categories include:
Best Director– Edgar Wright
Best SCREAM-Play–Scott Pilgrim VS The World
Best Villain– All of Ramona’s seven evil exes
Best Supporting Actress– Ellen Wong (Knives)
Best Supporting Actor- Kieran Culkin (Wallace Wells)
Fight Scene of the Year– The final fight scene between Michael Cera, Ellen Wong and Jason Schwartzman in Scott Pilgrim
Best Comic Book Movie– Scott Pilgrim Vs The World
The Ultimate SCREAM– Scott Pilgrim Vs the World
While I think part of the nominations list is ridiculous, partly because Mary wasn’t even remotely nominated and the film didn’t get more nominations where it should have, I still think we should all try our best to vote everyday and help the movie win some, if not all, categories. The film was fantastic in every way.
The SCREAM awards will be airing on October 18 so be sure to tell your friends and VOTE!
September 07 • by Jessica • Comments are off for this post
Lots of Mary news regarding The Thing this morning. First up, MTV has debuted a new photo featuring Mary and her co-star Joel Edgerton which you can now view in the gallery.
Secondly, while Mary isn’t featured in the clip, the first clip for the film is now available and if you don’t want to get spoiled, don’t watch, but if you totally want to get the feel for how creepy this film will be, watch the clip below:
Finally, MTV also posted a new interview with Mary talking about The Thing which you can read an excerpt about below. The full interview can be read when you click on the MTV link above:
MTV: What’s the bigger threat for you on set in Canada? Is it losing your voice from screaming all the time or losing your fingers from frostbite?
Mary Elizabeth Winstead: I think it was fainting from nearly hyperventilating. That was the biggest thing. Also, by the end of it, we were shooting in the summer and we were acting like it was freezing cold and we were all in parkas and layers and layers of gloves and hats, and it was humid and hot outside. There was a lot of heat exhaustion setting in. It was kind of crazy — we had to act cold. I didn’t have to do a lot of screaming in this, which was good. It was just a lot of that kind of heavy breathing, where you’re trying to keep your composure and trying not to fall apart. It’s that really small, fast breathing and take, after take, after take of that kind of thing, you start to get lightheaded and start to get a little woozy.
MTV: There are a lot of remakes and new takes on cult classics, and I think a lot of people feel, “I’m OK with it, if they get it right.” For you guys on set, was that sort of pressure on your minds? And do you think you did get it right?
Winstead: There was definitely a lot of pressure, because everyone involved is a fan of the John Carpenter version. None of us wanted to mess it up and none of us wanted to sully the legend of the John Carpenter film. We wanted to add to it in a positive way, a fun way, and make something that could go hand in hand with that film. And that’s what we did. I think we made a film that’s a really great standalone film, but also something that’s really cool if you’re a fan of the John Carpenter version, just to get a little insight into what may have occurred before. I think it’s just a good movie regardless of how you feel about remakes and prequels and all of that. At least you can go see a good film and hopefully put that aside and just be there and go along for the ride.