Now that’s what I call great posters😄😄😄 love them apparently made for the UK release hope they make quads of these and DVD covers out of them rather than the mess the US version was
Hope we get pics
An Aldershot road is set to become immortalised on the silver screen, with scenes of a blockbuster movie due to be filmed in the town.
Annihilation, a psychological thriller with sci-fi elements, will be set in the USA and features a group sent on a secret mission into the ‘jungle delta’.
It is being produced and directed by Lighthouse Pictures, the same British team behind Oscar-winning Ex Machina, and will star Natalie Portman.
Residents and businesses living near Alison’s Road have received a letter from the supervising location manager for the movie, Alex Gladstone, telling them of plans for filming between Friday (May 27) at 6pm and 5am Saturday morning.
The letter says: “Alison’s Road, Aldershot, has been identified as a great visual and logistical potential in being used to represent a ‘Baltimore Street’ in the film.
“In a scene near the beginning of the film, an ambulance is seen to be stopped on its journey by a group of mysterious vehicles… including a helicopter…
“With appropriate permissions in place through local stakeholders including Grainger plc, Rushmoor Borough Council , the Army and local bus companies, we will be shooting a scene of the film along Alison’s Road, Aldershot, during the evening of Friday May 27 between 6pm and 5am.
“The sequence is planned to be set on Alison’s Road between the junction with the A325 and the Queen’s Avenue junction (by the church), and we are concentrating our local liaison to a 1,000 metre radius from the entrance to Browning Barracks.”
The letter adds that Clubhouse Road and the western section of Alison’s Road will be closed to traffic during this time and diversions will be in place.
Residents are encouraged to get in touch with the team if they have any comments or questions.
This is not the first time Rushmoor has been used by film-makers. In 2010, Farnborough Airport and the Bruneval Barracks, in Aldershot, were used for the Bond film Quantum of Solace.
Just over the border in Farnham, Bourne Woods has been used for scenes in War Horse, The Golden Compass, Gladiator and Robin Hood.
In 2012, Frensham Ponds was the location for scenes of Snow White and the Huntsman, starring Kristen Stewart.
By: Michael Marotta
This weekend’s Boston Calling may be its last at City Hall Plaza.
Just hours before gates open at Government Center — its home since its inception three years ago — the music and arts festival has announced it will relocate to the Harvard University Athletic Complex for its May 2017 edition.
The new location means Boston Calling will expand its stages, and create a film-festival curated by actress Natalie Portman. The National’s Aaron Dessner will continue as music curator.
Boston Calling also confirms our February report that there would be no music festival at City Hall Plaza in September 2016. A few weeks later, organizers announced the Copenhagen Beer Festival.
Says Brian Appel, co-founder and CEO of Crash Line Productions and Boston Calling, in a press release: “Since 2013, we have enjoyed three successful years and six festivals at City Hall Plaza. We are so grateful to have had the opportunity to call City Hall the festival’s home. This change of location will allow us to expand and enrich Boston Calling while still keeping it proudly located in Boston. Before we move, however, we plan to host a fantastic festival on the Plaza this weekend, and look to continue to produce a range of other events on the plaza for years to come, beginning with Copenhagen Beer Celebration this September.”
Adds Tim Williamson, Associate Director of Athletics at Harvard: “We are pleased to provide a venue that allows Boston Calling to expand its creative programming while remaining in the City of Boston.”
The Harvard University Athletics Complex is located at 65 North Harvard St. in Allston.
This weekend’s Boston Calling features performances by Sia, Robyn, and Disclosure. A special pre-sale for next year’s fest will be revealed in the near future.
Here’s a look at the full site, via Greg Cooper and Boston Calling:
Another KOC DVD cover
New pics of Briar from the 21st not that you can see her really as her mother hid her but I thought I would add it
Also Pablo Larrain spoke about Jackie in a recent interview
As indicated by the national director, Jackie was born after his film The Club outside Berlin and won an award at the festival. “On the night of the awards all people earning some prize went to a meal, and there was the president the jury and it was he who invited me to Jackie and well developed “ , Larrain said, adding it was a” new, different and very difficult experience for many reasons. ”
Consulted by the production process of the film, Larrain said that Jackie is still in the editing room, so can not overtake many details. “I work with something like manufactured accidents and the accident occurs in the assembly and have not finished the film,” said Tony Manero also director.
In the same vein, referring to the decision to work with Natalie Portman, Larrain said that “It seemed the natural candidate, I think she has the elegance, complexity and mystery to it.” “It’s a wonderful actress” , he added.