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.
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!
Hey guys, we added 2800+ HD screencaps from the 2012 film called Greetings from Tim Buckley, where Imogen plays Ally. The film, based on real occurrences , is bittersweet, at times heartwarming and it often leaves you feeling melancholic. The story’s about musician Tim Buckley’s son Jeff for the most part, with a few window peaks in Tim’s life as well. Jeff, a musician like his father, is asked to participate in a tribute for the latter, which leads to him going through a lot of struggle and mixed feelings as their father-son relationship was non-existent. Imogen’s part is substantial as she is Jeff’s love interest. If biopics interest you, you may enjoy this film. The film also stars Penn Badgley. We also added 120+ screencaps from the making of,23 production stills (some of them exclusive), 1behind the scenes photo and posters to the photogallery. Basically plenty of stuff, so take a look!
As promised, we added 2600+ HD screencaps from the 2012 film called Comes a Bright Day, where Imogen plays Mary Bright. The story, which unravels in one night only, is focused on the the different states of mind that people involved in a jewelry store armed robbery, hostages and robbers, go through during the said robbery. Imogen’s part is substantial and the way she tells the story behind her antique bracelet left us in awe. So if romantic thrillers interest you, you will enjoy this film. The film also stars Timothy Spall, Graig Roberts & Kevin McKidd. We also added 400+ screencaps from the making of,10 production stills, photos from 2promotional shoots and 6promotional posters to the photogallery. Basically plenty of stuff, so take a look!
Hey guys! We just added 2 new high quality stills from Imogen’s upcoming film I Kill Giants directed by Anders Walter also starring Zoe Saldana. Take a look! We’ve seen this film and it’s absolutely wonderful! If you want to see it as well, it’s available for purchase in BluRay and DVD or you can stream it on Amazon Video and Itunes.
Based on the comic-book series, the fantasy adventure (in theaters March 23) centers on a 12-year-old girl named Barbara Thorson (Madison Wolfe) who escapes from her real life and chaotic household into a Dungeons & Dragons-like world where she’s the only one who can stop coming giants from rampaging all over her town. The line between that fantasy and reality begins to blur, and her school psychologist Mrs. Molle (Saldana) takes an interest in helping Barbara, an outcast among her peers.
More Imogen news lovelies! The first 3 production stills and the official trailer for her upcoming film Friday’s Child are here so be sure to take a look! This film certainly looks interesting, can’t wait to see it!
After making an impression at the SXSW Film Festival earlier this year, A.J. Edwards’ “Friday’s Child” is gearing up to compete at the Shanghai International Film Festival later this month. IndieWire is celebrating the occasion with the exclusive debut of the film’s trailer, which is the kind of visual jaw-dropper moviegoers should start expecting from Edwards.
“Friday’s Child” stars Tye Sheridan as Richie Wincott, an 18-year-old fresh out of foster care who becomes the prime suspect in a botched robbery. Wincott’s mission to avoid being captured by the police and the arrival of a stranger threatening to reveal his past (Caleb Landry Jones) cause problems for his budding romance with an unlikely friend (Imogen Poots).Edwards started his career as a disciple of Terrence Malick, working on “The New World,” helping cast “The Tree of Life,” and serving as an editor on “To the Wonder,” and he made a name for himself as a director with his breakout debut “The Better Angels,” which debuted at Sundance in 2014. Edwards has had a front row seat to Malick’s new age style and he shows he’s capable of channeling a similar artistic voice in the “Friday’s Child” trailer. Both Sheridan and Poots are no stranger to Malick’s style having starred in “The Tree of Life” and “Knight of Cups,” respectively.
Check out the production stills and watch the official “Friday’s Child” trailer below.