In a most recent released interview by GQ Mexico, Theo James talks all about his new fragrance The Scent as he is the ambassador for Hugo Boss. He discusses the absence of seduction a man has today in age, how working with Richard Gere was in his Indie Film, Franny which was directed by Andrew Remzi and his other Indie Film London Fields in whi h he gets the pleasure to work with Jonny Depp. He also discusses his plans for vacationing and traveling from place to place. In this new interview, we also get a glimpse teaser of The Scent teaser trailer that will be available for us to drool over by September 1st. Make sure to stay tuned for the teaser trailer coming shortly.
In an adventure and action breaking movie, our highly new cast member Jeff Daniels who will be playing David in Allegiant Part 1, he makes his way to the big screen this fall October 5, 2015 on the above demand film The Martian. Jeff Daniels portrays the character of Teddy Sanders who is the man in charge of the public eye questioner. Watch both trailers in which Jefd Daniels appears down below, and don’t forget to watch the film October 5th:
What is ‘The Martian’ About?
When astronauts blast off from the planet Mars, they leave behind Mark Watney (Matt Damon), presumed dead after a fierce storm. With only a meager amount ofsupplies, the stranded visitor must utilize his wits and spirit to find a way to survive on the hostile planet. Meanwhile, back on Earth, members of NASA and a team of international scientists work tirelessly to bring him home, while his crew mates hatch their own plan for a daring rescue mission.
‘FANTASTIC FOUR’ began its journey at a wonderful and beginning out take. The movie as a whole was not a hype that I had originally intended to see. It had no life, no creativity, and it was emerged into a fast pace. Like I had mentioned, the beginning was interesting to watch and see how the origin of Reed Richards and his best friend Ben started off, but everything else was clearly boring, which makes absolutely no sense why FOX would release a movie for fans to pay and go watch and “enjoy?” This film did not do justice to the movie, the fans, but most of all the comic books from the original movies that actually DID do justice to the comic books. As a true comic book fan, coming from high leveled companies such as MARVEL and DC Comics and Films, I speak from the very bottom of my heart in this review and I mean every word I state. The director Josh Trank should NOT be generally accusing FOX for the terrible mistakes this film brought. He needs to step up and acknowledge his mistakes and failures through this film. He captivated audiences in his before movie, “Chronicle” but ‘FANTASTIC FOUR’ has to be his worst mistake. Instead of focusing on his mistakes, he should take this as a learning method to acknowledge future films of his. Every movie company should learn from this experience, should learn that fans who have been dedicated fans from the starter of this franchise, to fans who have just evolved in this generation WILL NOT accept something just because of the amount of hype a movie gets, or the popularity it has from its past origins or more of less, the actors. To talk about a sequel to this film? I really do doubt it, not even a cross over with X-Men sees that will bring this franchise to its spot. If this movie succeeds, it tells the fans that we don’t give a shit about what they put out there for us to see and that anything that is based on comic books will be okay for us to watch and pay for. After all the promotion and hype I personally gave towards this film, I really would have appreciated that future me would have told me to stop.
As for the actors, our very own Reed Richards played by Miles Teller, Sue Storm played by Kate Mara, Johny Storm played by Micheal B. Jordan, and ‘The Thing’ played by Jamie Bell, did a marvelous job to stick to their characters, but I truly am sorry they trusted this project to do justice to the fans and comic books. The only part I did in FACT enjoyed about going to see ‘FANTASTIC FOUR’ was that they played the trailer for ‘DEADPOOL’ before it even started.
So if you ask me “should I go see ‘FANTASTIC FOUR’ today?” I will respectfully state “no.” At the end of the day, all I want to do is bindge watch again the original ‘FANTASTIC FOUR’ films from 2005.
In a new interview for Shortlist Magazine, the Fantastic Four cast demonstrate their super powers with the magazine photoshots. Miles Teller is the number one to talk about, of course. Thank you to Miles Teller News for the cover photo!
Read Miles’ interview down below, and don’t forget to catch Fantastic Four tomorrow night at you local theater:
“REALLY BEING IN THE FANTASTIC FOUR WOULD BE TRAUMATISING”
There are five decades of Fantastic Four comics – did you work your way through them?
To a point. Obviously there are elements of them in the film, because we’re not in denial about the source material. It was cool to read what happens to Mr Fantastic down the line, but you have to do your film.
Your superpower is the ability to stretch – not something you’ll have a lot of experience of…
You know, my arm can’t stretch that long, believe it or not. But I have to be emitting some emotion – you can’t do it with a blank face. It’s an absurd thing to have happen to you, but you want to play it as real as you can.
Director Josh Trank has talked about the influence of body-horror maestro David Cronenberg – so this isn’t going to be a light-hearted comic-book world…
There’s definitely some of the body-horror stuff. If you’re a young guyand all of a sudden you’re covered in rocks or you’re in this elastic form and you can’t control it, that would be kind of traumatising. What we’re doing with this movie, it’s more gritty and real – it’s not just super-fun and flying around blowing stuff up. Although there’s plenty of that, too.
Reed is a science prodigy – were you into science growing up?
I wasn’t overly into science, but I was an academic kid. I was in all the honours classes, so academics was something pretty important to me and something I had a good hold on.
And you grew up in the manatee capital of the world?
Sure. I moved there when I was 12.It was one of these small towns, in a place called Citrus County, Florida, on the Gulf Of Mexico. There was a lot of nature and wildlife and yes, it was the manatee capital of the world. They’re the big local celebrities, not me – people go there to see them, not where I grew up. It’s a reminder of my station in life.
You got a huge amount of attention from Whiplash – did you feel a shift?
I guess I can judge how much people are interested in me by how manypaparazzi are following me around. There’s been more and more recently. But the important thing to me was, when Whiplash came out, I had a lot of actors who I really respect and admire come up to me at film festivals and say how much they enjoyed it. That was pretty amazing.
Do you get bothered by the paparazzi hassle?
It’s a pretty gross profession – they’re really trying to get photos of you in compromising positions.They’re rarely there when you’re doing something good or heroic, they want a picture of you wasted, or if I’m with my girlfriend they want a picture of her. It’s a weird thing – do I cover my face, or let them get their picture and leave? The problem is when they get their picture and just hang around.