We got our first imperium still thanks to nihile.com. And we got a few new stills from What if from Poland, Hong Kong and Taiwan including some short article on What if from 3 Weekly Magazine. You can view more stills from What if at Yahoo HK
There’s been mixed reviews on the movie Swiss Army Man since it premiering at the Sundance Film Festival. What’s my take on the movie, having heard all these reviews? For one I am open minded I love the strange and unusual.Radcliffe has definitely not made any bad movies as far as I am concerned. Its an adventure to see an actor do a variety of stuff rather than mainstream bio pics all the time. I am very curious to watch this one. But these are my views. Hopefully when it comes out via theater or Blu-Ray I can give you a review till then I can’t wait to see it.
We have loads of images from Sundance you can view all of it down below or just login to the gallery and take a look.
There’s been a lot of media in the past 2 days and thanks to a whole lot of sources I have loads for you to see like mixed reviews, pictures and video. So let’s begin with our first video. This will probably stretch another post with photos and articles so here’s our video post. Please continue to view the rest of the videos by clicking on the continue reading button below.
Daniel Radcliffe and Paul Dano talk kissing in ‘Swiss Army Man’ at Sundance Film Festival 2016
Go behind the scenes with our own Daniel Kwan for a look inside the recording session for DANIELS’ Sundance Labs project “Swiss Army Man.”
Daniel Radcliffe: “Actors always nice to hear when he did not recognize”
Many believed that he would never be able to move away from the image of Harry Potter. However, the actor for his work proves the opposite. WomanHit.ru questioned the star of the new role.
Bold scientist Victor Frankenstein (James McAvoy) and his talented pupil Igor Strausman (Daniel Radcliffe) obsessed with the noble desire to help humanity achieve immortality through their revolutionary discovery. However, Victor had gone too far in their experiments, and his obsession has terrible consequences. Only Igor can hold another on the edge of madness and save him from his own created monsters.
Daniel, how did you work on this film?
Well. It was interesting to shoot this film, because since the “Harry Potter” I first worked on a project of this magnitude. This film is a big studio with a good budget. For some time I have not acted in such large-scale paintings, so it was great to try it. And I really enjoyed working with James McAvoy and other actors.
The shooting of the film differ from less budget projects?
The main difference in the set and cameras. When a lot of money, you can do much more panoramic shots, build stunning scenery. I have always been impressed, as they can get out artists and designers on a budget: they can transform the most ordinary space into some amazing spaces that are from different angles will have a different view. But the movie sets Eve Stewart (Production Designer picture three times nominated for “Oscar” for the film “The King’s Speech,” “Les Miserables” and “Topsy-Turvy.” – Approx. Ed.) Literally blew the brain: every detail in them was unique . When you come on its site, it is simply impossible to resist the cheers.