Hey everyone! Sorry on the delay for posting the Cannes Festival pictures, but here they are:
Some new photoshoots are up in the gallery
Behind The Candelabra has premiered in Cannes this week and it’s the first time a movie that has been set to be premiering on TV (rather than theathers) is allowed on the Cannes competition. And the movie will be premiering on HBO this sunday at 9pm. I’ll have pictures from Cannes tomorrow and here’s the poster and stills from Behind the Candelabra:
Elysium is featured on the July 2013 issue of Total Film, here are scans thanks to Luciana from Gostlinfan.com. The issue also has a feature on Behind the Candelabra:
Scans from April 19th issue of Entertainment Weekly are up in the gallery, there’s a feature on Elysium. Thanks Ali from Drew Barrymore Online for the scans!
The first trailer for Elysium is out, and so are posters and stills! Enjoy!
Plus there’s a 10min video that was sent to the press and there are several articles about it:
Matt Damon Fights For The Future In Extended Elysium Footage
Sony Shows the New Trailer from Neill Blomkamp’s ELYSIUM Plus 10 Minutes of Footage; Watch Our Spoiler-Free Video Blog Recap
District 9 Director Neill Blomkamp’s Elysium Looks Great
Hey everyone! I’ve added scans from March 15 issue of Entertainment Weekly, which features Matt and Michael Douglas in costume from Behind The Candelabra! Huge thanks to the lovely Olivia from Lauren Cohan Online for the scans!
Yup! Matt is on strike. Not from acting, but from using the toilet. The new campaign has the purpose of raising awareness towards the global water crisis, championed by Water.org foundation. You can participate by using the hashtag #StrikeWithMe on Instagram. Check the website: strikewithme.org.
“The concept of experimenting with comedy to generate new levels of awareness and participation in the cause is something we’ve been toying with for a couple of years,” said Damon, who co-founded Water.org in 2009. “If Sarah Silverman and I can generate millions of views on YouTube for something ridiculous, then we should be able to do better for one of the most important and solvable issues of our time.” (LATimes)