As you can see, we freshened up the site’s design and it’s now responsive so hopefully you’re having an easier time navigating it on your smartphone or tablet. Again it’s time to go back to completing the photogallery. Today we added 2600+ HD screencaps from the 2013 film called The Look of Love, where Imogen plays Debbie Raymond, the lead character’s daughter. This film is a biopic, or more accurately inspired by real people and events and it focuses on Paul Raymond, the wealthiest man in Britain, who build a porn, entertainment and real estate empire. Imogen plays his beloved daughter who wants to become a singer but whose drug addiction ultimately leads to her doom and as a result, her father’s doom as well. Her role is decent, so if you like biopics, you may enjoy it. The film also stars Steve Coogan, Anna Friel and Stephen Fry. We also added 15 production stills, a behind the scenes photo, a promotional shoot photo and 4 posters to the photogallery. So take a look!
The Art of Self-Defense is hard to describe — even for Jesse Eisenberg, who uses words such as “strange,” “heightened,” and “unbelievably hysterical.” In the upcoming film from writer-director Riley Stearns, the Oscar-nominated actor stars as Casey, a timid loner who, after a violent attack, comes under the tutelage of a charismatic karate instructor simply named Sensei (Alessandro Nivola). The Social Network star was initially concerned he was being offered another “typical nervous male protagonist role,” which he had no interest in repeating.
“It seems like it’s going to be a typical story of an average man finding his inner strength,” he shares. “And I didn’t want to do that kind of movie because I felt that I had done similar kinds of movies. But I thought the script was so funny that I just kept reading out of curiosity, and thank God I did, because the movie so brilliantly subverts that trope. It becomes this very unusual, surreal, but wry commentary on the absurdities of masculinity.”
Here’s the first ever photo of Imogen Poots & Jesse Eisenberg in the sci-fi thriller Vivarium, directed by Lorcan Finnegan. Imogen plays a young woman who, along with her fiancé (Eisenberg) are in search of a starter home. In following a mysterious estate agent, they get trapped in a strange housing development. Deadline previously reported that Finnegan burst onto the film scene in 2016 with his debut feature Without Name, an ecological horror-thriller that premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Fantastic Films’ Brendan McCarthy and John McDonnell produce in co-production with Belgium’s Frakas Productions, with XYZ exec producing and handling global sales.
Imogen Poots has joined the cast of the HBO limited series “I Know This Much Is True,” along with Melissa Leo, Rosie O’Donnell, Archie Panjabi, Juliette Lewis, and Kathryn Hahn. HBO has given a production commitment to the six-episode drama, which stars and is executive produced by Mark Ruffalo. The family drama follows the parallel lives of identical twin brothers in a story of betrayal, sacrifice, and forgiveness, taking place against the backdrop of 20th century America. It is based on the book of the same name by Wally Lamb, who is also serving as an executive producer on the project.
Ruffalo stars as twin brothers Dominick and Thomas Birdsey, with Poots playing Joy Hanks, Dominick’s live-in girlfriend. Leo stars as Ma (Concettina Ipolita Tempesta Birdsey), Dominick and Thomas’ mother; O’Donnell as Lisa Sheffer, a social worker at the Hatch Forensic Institute, where Thomas is staying; Panjabi portrays Dr. Patel, Thomas’ newly appointed psychologist; Lewis is Nedra Frank, a self-absorbed grad student hired by Dominick; and Hahn is Dessa Constantine, Dominick’s ex-wife.
Alex Wolff and Imogen Poots have been tapped to lead writer/director Joey Klein’s crime drama “Castle in the Ground“, which is being produced by William Woods via his Woods Entertainment banner and Michael Solomon of Band With Pictures. Production is currently underway in Sudbury, Canada.
The plot follows a teenager Henry who, after the untimely death of his mother, befriends his charismatic but troubled next-door neighbor Ana, who embroils Henry in a world of addiction and violence just as the opioid epidemic takes hold of their small town.
Andra Gordon of American Entertainment Investors, who developed the project with Woods and Solomon, will serve as executive producer alongside Tom Spriggs, Rob McGillivray, Ben Stranahan, George Stranahan, John Hansen, Mark Gingras, and John Laing. The pic marks the first project for from financing company Line 200, who financed the film along with Ontario Creates, NOHFC, and Telefilm.
Imogen attended the 2019 SXSW film festival for the premiere of her upcoming movie “The Art of Self Defense” on March 10, 2019 in Austin, Texas. She looks so beautiful with the new dark brown hair color and the hair band, her make-up and outfit look great as well. We added high quality & medium quality photos from the events she attended to the photogallery, so be sure to check them out! Also added a candid of her outside the Atom Theater in Austin, Texas and a photo from a portrait session by P Sirota for Entertainment Weekly she did at the festival.
The post-apocalyptic action-horror is the first English-language film from Japanese auteur Sion Sono. Imogen Poots has joined Nicolas Cage in Japanese auteur Sion Sono’s first English-language feature, the post-apocalyptic action-horror film Prisoners of the Ghostland, which XYZ is shopping in Berlin. Patriot Pictures and Union Patriot Capital Management have also boarded the project, written by Aaron Hendry and Reza Sixo Safai, to produce and fully finance. Described by Cage himself as possibly his “wildest movie” ever — and this after his insane blood-soaked psychedelic 2018 hit Mandy — Prisoners of the Ghostland is billed as an “East meets West vortex of beauty and violence.”
When a notorious criminal, Hero (Cage), is sent to rescue an abducted girl (Poots) who has disappeared into a dark supernatural universe, they must break the evil curse that binds them and escape the mysterious revenants that rule the Ghostland.
The film — slated to start shooting this spring — is being produced by Laura Rister for Untitled Entertainment; Michael Mendelsohn for Patriot Pictures/UPCM; Ko Mori for Eleven Arts; Reza Sixo Safai of Black Light District Entertainment; and Nate Bolotin for XYZ Films.
Hey all, happy new year! Since there are no new photos or news of Imogen, we thought it was time to go back to completing the photogallery. Today we added 2000+ HD screencaps from the 2012 film called A Late Quartet, where Imogen plays Alexandra Gelbart. This film, like the previous one we posted screencaps from, is also bittersweet, melancholic and music themed. The story’s about a string quartet that has wowed music-lovers with its skilled performances. However, as the musicians prepare to celebrate a milestone season together, a shocking announcement from one of the musicians changes everything. Imogen plays the daughter of one of the musicians, who wants to follow the same career path as her parents. Her role is decent, so if well acted life stories interest you, this film may be the right choice. The film also stars Christopher Walken, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Catherine Keener and Mark Ivanir. We also added 8 production stills and a poster to the photogallery. So take a look!