The Blu-ray release of On Chesil Beach is here! Get your copies or stream it NOW. We have added new videos featuring the deleted scenes and the behind-the-scenes look at filming the movie. We also updated the gallery with +30 NEW promo stills and BTS images:
The Los Angeles Times posted a new article today in which Greta Gerwig talks about casting Saoirse in Lady Bird. It also features two new images of her in the film – a behind the scenes look and a promotional still. We’ve added those to our gallery, and you can read Greta’s interview below.
Greta Gerwig didn’t get much sleep leading up to the Friday premiere of her directorial debut, the coming-of-age dramedy “Lady Bird,” at the Telluride Film Festival.
For the actress turned writer-director, previously best known for her work in such films as “Frances Ha” and “20th Century Women,” the thought of screening “Lady Bird” in front of an audience of die-hard cinephiles and awards-season tastemakers — in the same opening-night slot that launched “Moonlight” last year, no less — was both thrilling and utterly frightening. On the flight to the festival, she’d read through the program and felt a shudder of fear at the caliber of filmmakers she would find herself among.
As it turned out, Gerwig had nothing to worry about. In its first outing, warmly introduced by “Moonlight” director Barry Jenkins, “Lady Bird” soared. The Telluride crowd gave a rousing response to the semi-autobiographical film about a fiercely independent high school senior (Saoirse Ronan) who yearns to go to college in New York to escape what she sees as her drab hometown of Sacramento and a stormy relationship with her mother (Laurie Metcalf). Within minutes after the lights went up, speculations about awards prospects for the film, which opens Nov. 10, were bouncing across social media.
On Saturday morning, The Times sat down with Gerwig as she was still processing the events of the previous night to talk about making the shift behind the camera with a highly personal story.
Continuing with our gallery updates, I have re-uploaded screen captures from ‘I Could Never Be Your Woman’, and added promotional stills, behind the scenes images and official posters. Saoirse played Izzie, daughter of Rosie, played by Michelle Pfeiffer. The film also stars Paul Rudd, Jon Lovitz and Tracey Ullman.
If you follow us on Facebook/Twitter, you know we’re about to go through some changes on our photo gallery. Nothing to worry about, of course, we’re maintaining everything that’s there but duplicated images, screen captures that are too similar and too small… we’ll be mostly moving images around, so if you can’t find something at first, you should check another album or message us and we’ll help you out. The first film we’re updating is ‘Atonement’, which premiered in 2007 and earned Saoirse an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress. We’ve replaced the film’s screen captures for better quality ones, added several promotional stills, a promotional photoshoot and a few posters.
Our gallery has been updated with new images from behind the scenes of the film “The Grand Budapest Hotel”.
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