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"The person born with a talent they are meant to use will find their greatest happiness in using it." - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Thursday, April 29, 2010

The Eagle Of The Ninth: 'Make-Up Artist Graham Johnston' - Jamie Bell

... Graham was working on Eagle of the Ninth, the Scots-Roman epic that has been tipped as the next Braveheart, starring Billy Elliot star Jamie Bell, Kick-Ass star Mark Strong and directed by Last King of Scotland’s Kevin Macdonald .

He said: “Eagle was great because we had a pretty loose historic brief, so we were able to come up with the tribal styles and be really creative. It’s a great production.

FULL ARTICLE HERE...

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Jane Eyre News: Jamie Bell

click the above photo to go to the North Lees Estate site...

click HERE to go to Jim Dixon's Blog...
Jim Dixon, Chief Executive of the Peak District National Park Derbyshire writes:

"Good weather and obliging wildlife allowed the last day of filming for
Jane Eyre

at Stanage Edge on our North Lees Estate yesterday"
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The Eagle Of The Ninth: Starts Temp Mix - Jamie Bell

click the photo to go to the Pinewood site for more info...

The Eagle of the Ninth starts temp mix

Feature film, The Eagle of the Ninth, starts Temp mixing with Brendan Nicholson (Mixer), Ian Tapp (Mixer) and Andy Caller (Mix tech). The movie, a Roman epic adventure, based on the classic novel of the same name stars Channing Tatum, Jamie Bell, Donald Sutherland and is directed by Kevin MacDonald.

Friday, April 23, 2010

Jane Eyre: A Makeover No Cause For Alarm - Jamie Bell

click the pic to read the Times Online article

Director Cary Fukunaga had not read the book
when approached to do the film...

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Phillip Glass: The Music Of Undertow - Jamie Bell

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Philip Glass : The Music of Undertow: : UNDERTOW, set in an American South untouched by time, is a uniquely American dramatic thriller from director David Gordon Green starring Jamie Bell, Josh Lucas, Dermot Mulroney, and newcomer Devon Alan. A tale of violent legacies between two generations of brothers, UNDERTOW depicts what happens when a hardworking father raising two sons without their mother is paid an unexpected visit by his older ex-convict brother who is looking to settle an old score.

Friday, April 16, 2010

The Eagle Of The Ninth: Info From Matt Nettheim Blog - Jamie Bell

Matt Nettheim - Post Production Still Photographer

It also proved to be a good time to be in London in that I was able to pick up 2 extra days work on The Eagle of the Ninth which had 3 days of re-shoots at Shepperton Studios. With very little preparation time an amazing Roman era set was constructed and busy actors Channing Tatum, Jamie Bell and Mark Strong were secured. It was fantastic to catch up with the cast and many of the original crew members, and the filming went well, director Kevin Macdonald being able to polish what I am confident will be beautifully shot and epic adventure film.

READ MATT'S BLOG HERE...
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Wednesday, April 14, 2010

BLOG TIME MACHINE: Born to play Billy; Jamie Bell's real life

From the February 25, 2001 Sunday Mirror article...

It was October 11, 1998 - Few who saw the young Jamie tap his way to the junior title past a hundred rivals, all girls, were left in any doubt about his talent.
Contest organizer Diana Fairweather-Purkis says: "You could see straightaway that this cheeky little lad had something special.

READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE HERE
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Tuesday, April 13, 2010

David Gordon Green To Tackle Story Of The 'Barefoot Burglar'? - Jamie Bell

From the article: (Click the logo below to read)

Considering Gordon-Green's pre-stoner-comedy work, Harris-Moore's story seems a perfect match for his sensibilities with the director even having already helmed a teen-on-the-run film with "Undertow" starring Jamie Bell, who we can't help but think would be perfect for the role.

Thursday, April 8, 2010

'Jane Eyre' Jamie Bell News...


Red House Stables, in Darley Dale, will provide accommodation
for both horses and humans while filming is under way for the
period drama, based on the 19th-century novel by Charlotte Bronte.

DERBY TELEGRAPH
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Monday, April 5, 2010