Insurgent, the second installment in the Divergent franchise, is getting the 3D treatment.
Lionsgate’s Summit Entertainment label will release the film in both 3D and 2D on March 20, 2015.
The studio also has begun rolling out eight new interactive 3D character posters on Tuesday, one every hour.
“The second film in the Divergent franchise takes the story and action to another level, and by partnering with RealD, we were able to blend gripping performances and mind-blowing spectacle to create a unique event on screen,” said producers Douglas Wick and Lucy Fisher. “We cannot wait to share this experience with audiences around the world.”
The second installment continues to follow Tris (Shailene Woodley), who is now searching for allies and answers in the ruins of a futuristic Chicago. Tris and Four (Theo James) are now fugitives on the run, hunted by Jeanine (Kate Winslet), the leader of the power-hungry Erudite elite. Racing against time, they must find out what Tris’ family sacrificed their lives to protect, and why the Erudite leaders will do anything to stop them.
“Titanic” co-stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet are helping the last survivor of the real Titanic’s sinking.
You know, I just realized no one ever talks about a “Titanic” sequel. I wonder why …
Anyway, the New York Daily News reports the actors are supporting a fund that would pay Millvina Dean’s nursing home fees.
Dean was only two months old when the ocean liner sank in the North Atlantic on April 14, 1912.
She’s lived in a nursing home in the English city of Southampton since breaking her hip about three years ago, but apparently has struggled to pay her bills. She has sold several Titanic mementos to raise money.
DiCaprio and Winslet released a joint statement saying they hoped the 102-year-old could rest easier knowing her future was secure. The Millvina Fund was launched Monday in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Kate Winslet was in Toronto at the Toronto International Film Festival to promtote A Little Chaos and I have added images of the premiere and the after party to the gallery. A huge thanks to Renee from Holland Roden Web for some of the images!
Public Appearances > Appearances in 2014 > September 13: A Little Chaos’ Premiere – Toronto International Film Festival
Public Appearances > Appearances in 2014 > September 13: A Little Chaos’ Premiere After-Party – Toronto International Film Festival
I’ve added two events that Kate attended in June and July to the gallery. Sorry for the delay in adding them but after redoing the gallery I needed a break!
Public Appearances > Appearances in 2014 > July 9: ‘Nouvelle Vague By Lancome’ : Party
Public Appearances > Appearances in 2014 > June 15: ‘Prix De Diane Longines’ At Hippodrome De Chantilly
Kate Winslet’s latest role in A Little Chaos is to close the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival.
The period drama, directed by Alan Rickman, stars the Oscar-winning actress as a Palace of Versailles landscaper. It will have its gala premiere in the Canadian city on September 14.
“It is a great privilege for A Little Chaos to have its world premiere in Toronto and for it to be given the festival’s closing night gala, but it is also a very personal pleasure,” Alan said.
“I have filmed in the city, visited often, and some of my closest friends live there. It will be like coming home.”
Cameron Bailey, the festival’s artistic director, added: “A Little Chaos is the perfect closing night film – it transports audiences to another time, another place, full of beauty, complexity, rivalry, politics and romance.”
Toronto’s slate, which includes 59 galas and special presentations, features performances from Benedict Cumberbatch, Denzel Washington, Reese Witherspoon and Robert Downey Jr, as well as films from directors including Chris Rock, Noah Baumbach and Jon Stewart, making his directorial debut.
Benedict’s portrayal of World War II code-breaker Alan Turing in The Imitation Game, to open the London Film Festival in October, will be shown, alongside o ther British offerings including Mike Leigh’s Mr Turner and Stephen Hawking biopic The Theory Of Everything, featuring Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones.
Lone Scherfig’s The Riot Club, starring Jessica Brown Findlay and Douglas Booth, and Miss Julie – the big-screen adaptation of August Strindberg’s play starring Colin Farrell and Jessica Chastain – will also have their premieres at the Canadian festival.
The Equalizer, which reunites Denzel with Training Day director Antoine Fuqua, and Cake with Jennifer Aniston will also be shown.
The Toronto International Film Festival, now in its 39th year, runs from September 4 to 14.
Kate appeared on the Ellen Degeneres Show back in March and I have added captures of the appearance to the gallery thanks to Bri!
Television Productions > Talk Shows > Mar 18, 2014: Ellen Degeneres Show
After a few months of transferring, resizing and re-adding pictures, I’m proud to say that our new photo gallery is open! I have removed the candids from the gallery as I feel that they are invasive to Kate as she’s a private person, but everything else is back. I will be re-adding Mildred Pierce captures in a few days as I’m recapping the series in high definition for you. Please go visit the new gallery!
Liam Hemsworth (“The Hunger Games: Catching Fire”), Isla Fisher (“The Great Gatsby”) and Elizabeth Debicki (“The Great Gatsby”) are set to join Kate Winslet and Judy Davis (“Husbands & Wives”) in Jocelyn Moorhouse’s “The Dressmaker.”
Embankment is selling international territories and co-represents the U.S. with CAA.
Principal photography starts in Australia in October.
Winslet plays an avenging angel who returns home to the remote country town from which she fled as a child after being accused of murder, to make amends with her eccentric mother. Although ostracized, as an exponent of the most stunning 1950s haute couture inspired by Madame Vionnet and Balenciaga, she liberates and empowers the town’s women with her quick wit and beautiful clothing. She unexpectedly finds love and ultimately exacts sweet revenge on those who wronged her.
Moorhouse (“Proof,” “How to Make an American Quilt”), who directs her script adaptation of the eponymous novel by Rosalie Ham, said: “Kate Winslet is perfect for Tilly. She’s beautiful, intelligent, and deeply mysterious on screen. Judy Davis is amongst the great contemporary actresses and she will bring powerful wit and charm to the role of Molly. Liam Hemsworth is a laid back, genuine charmer who’s also tall, dark and movie-star handsome. He’ll create a character for the audience to fall in love with.”
Working with Moorhouse will be director of photography Don McAlpine (“Moulin Rouge!”), costume designer Tim Chappel (“The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert”), production designer Roger Ford (“Chronicles of Narnia”) and editor Jill Bilcock (“Moulin Rouge!”).
“The Dressmaker” is produced by Sue Maslin (“Japanese Story”) through Film Art Media, and the film has been financed with the assistance of Screen Australia, Fulcrum Media Finance, White Hot Productions, Film Victoria, Soundfirm and developed with the assistance of Screen NSW.
The film is also financed by Ingenious Senior Film Fund, represented by Gavin Poolman and Michael Shyjka, and will be distributed by Universal Pictures in its home territory.