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09.05.2017
C.   /   Film Reviews#Hostiles   /   0 Comments

Now that “Hostiles” has screened at Telluride Film Festival the first review is in. THR has released a review and it looks very good!

The specter of sudden and brutal death hangs over everyone all the time in Hostiles, a mournful, sorrowful, persistently powerful Western set in a world of beauty, tears and blood. There’s little new that writer-director Scott Cooper, in his fourth and best feature, can really add to what other films have said about the terrible inevitabilities embedded in the epic story of the settling of America’s frontier. But potent dramatic dynamics and the filmmaker’s self-evident deep immersion and investment in his material enrich this vivid account of the last spasms of Native American resistance in the 1890s. Attracting a significant theatrical audience to this grim tale will be an imposing task, whereas the cast and subject matter might actually attract considerably more discerning viewers on home screens.

Setting out from the red-and-sand-colored landscapes of the little-populated desert, Blocker leads a small party of soldiers (which diversely includes a black man as well as a West Point graduate), along with Yellowhawk and a few of his family members. In short order they come across the catatonic Pike, who naturally becomes hysterical at the sight of more Indians. With no choice but to take her along, Blocker has to watch this wailing woman more closely even than his prisoners, as she seems dead set on suicide.

One of the great pleasures of Hostiles rests in beholding its makers’ great sensitivity to the ever-changing landscape over the northward course of roughly 1,500 miles. Cooper’s West is not a generic one but a series of progressions, from deserts and open plains to moist green forests and rugged mountains. Cinematographer Masanobu Takayanagi captures it all splendidly but without fuss, while production designer Donald Graham Burt has contributed sharply contrasting accounts of two army outposts.

Contemplative and absorbing rather than rip-roaring and exciting, the film will likely play better to Western connoisseurs than to general and younger audiences, but it’s an estimable piece of work grounded by a fine-grain sensibility and an expertly judged lead performance.

09.05.2017

Rosamund attended Telluride Film Festival this weekend to promote “Hostiles”. Photos of Rosamund during the weekend have been added to our gallery, enjoy!

08.20.2017
C.   /   Public Appearances   /   0 Comments

We missed updating the site with photos of Rosamund attending a few events in June and July so we’ve finally added those to our gallery. The first photos are from June when Rosamund attended the Ninjago World Launch in Legoland. The second event is The Evian Live Young Suite On Day 13 Of Wimbledon. Be sure to check them out in our gallery!

07.30.2017
C.   /   High Wire Act   /   0 Comments

THR is reporting that Bleecker Street has acquired the US distribution rights for “High Wire Act”

Bleecker Street has acquired U.S. distribution rights to director Brad Anderson’s political thriller High Wire Act.

Jon Hamm and Rosamund Pike head up the cast of the film, written by Tony Gilroy (Michael Clayton, The Bourne Legacy).

The story centers on a top U.S. diplomat (Hamm) who leaves Lebanon in the 1970s after his wife is killed. Ten years later, he gets called back to a war-torn Beirut by CIA operatives (Pike, Dean Norris) with a mission only he can accomplish. The film also stars Mark Pellegrino, Larry Pine, Shea Whigham, Alon Moni Aboutboul, Idir Chender and Jonny Coyne.

High Wire Act was produced by Mike Weber of Radar Pictures, Gilroy and ShivHans Pictures’ Shivani Rawat and Monica Levinson. Radar’s Ted Field and Steve Saeta executive produced.

“Brad’s film is the kind of adult thriller a smarthouse audience craves,” Bleecker Street CEO Andrew Karpen said Thursday in a statement. “It’s tense, personal and well-crafted right through its final heart-pounding moments.”

Added Rawat: “It is wonderful to be working with Andrew and his team again. Bleecker Street is the perfect house for this film, and we are so thrilled to continue our relationship with them.”

Bleecker Street previously collaborated with ShivHans Pictures on the release of the Academy Award-nominated films Captain Fantastic and Trumbo and the Golden Globe-nominated Danny Collins. The New York-based distributor has made a series of splashy acquisitions over the past year, including Steven Soderbergh’s Logan Lucky, which opens Aug. 18.

Anderson’s credits include the Christian Bale starrer The Machinist.

The High Wire Act deal was negotiated by Bleecker Street’s Avy Eschenasy, while WME Global and CAA repped the filmmakers.

06.25.2017
C.   /   Photoshoots   /   0 Comments

Rosamund did a photoshoot for Paris Match earlier this year. Outtakes from the photoshoot have been added to our gallery. Be sure to check them out as Rosamund looks stunning in them.

Photoshoots & Portraits > 2017 > Session 03 | Paris Match
06.25.2017
C.   /   Public Appearances   /   0 Comments

Rosamund attended the Alexandra Shulman’s Vogue Leaving Party earlier this week. She met up with Victoria Beckham during the event. Photos of Rosamund during the event have been added to our gallery.

05.17.2017
C.   /   Three Seconds   /   1 Comment

Deadline is reporting that Rosamund is set to star in “Three Seconds” along Joel Kinnaman, Common and Clive Owen.

Joel Kinnaman, Rosamund Pike, Common and Clive Owen are set to star in Andrea Di Stefano’s Three Seconds, based on the best-selling Swedish novel by Anders Roslund and Börge Hellström. Bloom is handling international sales and introducing the title to buyers in Cannes this week.

The action-thriller was written by Matt Cook with revisions by Rowan Joffé and Alex Garland with current revisions by DiStefano. Thunder Road Pictures’ Basil Iwanyk and Erica Lee are producing alongside The Fyzz Facility’s Wayne Marc Godfrey, Robert Jones, Mark Lane, James Harris and Ollie Madden. The Fyzz Facility is also financing the film. Thunder Road’s Jonathan Fuhrman and Magnolia Entertainment’s Shelley Browning are Executive Producers.

Three Seconds follows reformed-criminal and former special ops soldier Pete Hoffman who, in order to free himself from jail and return to his wife and daughter, has been working undercover for crooked FBI handlers to infiltrate the Polish mob’s drug trade in New York. In a final step towards freedom, Hoffman must return to the one place he’s fought so hard to leave, Bale Hill Prison, where his mission becomes a race against time when a drug deal goes wrong and threatens his identity as a mole. The film is currently in pre-production.

Di Stefano recently wrote and directed Escobar: Paradise Lost starring Benicio Del Toro and Josh Hutcherson. Kinnaman is best known for his starring role in AMC’s The Killing. He recently starred in Suicide Squad for Warner Bros. Pike has appeared in Gone Girl and Jack Reacher while Common has had roles in Selma and Suicide Squad. Owen’s credits include Closer, Children of Men and Sin City.

Di Stefano is repped by Verve Talent and Literary Agency and Magnolia Entertainment; Kinnaman is repped by WME and Magnolia Entertainment; Pike is repped by CAA and Magnolia Entertainment; Common is repped by CAA and Oasis Entertainment Management Group; and Owen by CAA and Hirsch Wallerstein Hayum Matlof and Fishman.