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Daniel Radcliffe joins Wolf Creek director Greg McLean in the Bolivian rainforest for a gloriously tense survival thriller based on the bestselling real-life story of adventurer Yossi Ghinsberg.

In the early 1980s, 22-year-old Israeli backpacker Yossi Ghinsberg and two friends – Swiss teacher Marcus Stamm and American photographer Kevin Gale – set off from the Bolivian city of La Paz on what was supposed to be the adventure of a lifetime. Leading the way into the uncharted Amazon was an Austrian expat named Karl Ruprechter, who had met the friends just days before and claimed to be familiar with the region. But their dream trip soon turned into a wilderness nightmare from which not all of the men returned.

Adapting Ghinsberg’s acclaimed memoir, Greg McLean moves beyond his previous horror fare to take on an altogether different kind of fear in Jungle, all the more potent for being true. Daniel Radcliffe continues pushing his post-Potter career to the extreme, ably supported by Alex Russell (fellow MIFF Premiere Fund title Cut Snake, MIFF 2014), Joel Jackson (Peter Allen: Not the Boy Next Door) and Thomas Kretschmann (Avengers: Age of Ultron, Dracula).

Scripted by Justin Monjo (INXS: Never Tear Us Apart) and supported by the MIFF Premiere Fund, Jungle is a stunningly shot, edge-of-your seat story of survival and self-discovery.



I posted this last night but forgot to post it here. I was working on a calendar for June and saw this shortly after. Yossi Ghinsberg on The Morning Show Australia, shows behind the scenes of Dan in the video. Just click on the image below to go view the video.



Trailer removed from YT and AB International chances are it was released to early.



I’ve been looking around for more information on the upcoming movie Jungle and down below I will share with you what I found. One may need to be translated since its from an Israeli site its about Yossi Ghinsberg and some photos are posted on their site

First: Australia On Screen – it talks about the movie, shows a photo and credits
Archlight Films similar to the first link up above.
A small info image about Jungle from Cannes 2016
On the set of Jungle with Cooke Optics
Cinematographer Stefan Duscio – A few Location images from Jungle
Yossi Ghinsberg with images includedPlease use a translator for this article.



Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild Local #706 displayed Jason Hamer’s work and a few new images from Swiss Army Man. We had five weeks to build and I was still trying to wrap my brain around the nonsensical list of needed make-up effects. My breakdown read something like this:

Motor-butt Manny (a rideable dummy propelled by farts)
Mechanical four-way cable-controlled boner mech
Hyper realistic Manny butt plumbed with air
Lightweight hero Manny dummy (with interchangeable head and hands)
Heavy-duty Manny dummy
Hank’s bear-mauling make-up

Early meetings consisted of bizarre requests for a hyper realistic butt of Manny. “We want it hairy, plumbed with air and to film it with the Phantom camera (at 2000 fps) as it explodes out of the water.” And “How should we do the boner compass?”

At one meeting, the Daniels acted out the opening sequence where Hank rides Manny through the water to the beautiful score by Andy Hull (from Manchester Orchestra). This was the first time I ever had the opportunity to listen to a director’s vision for a film while the soundtrack was playing. It was then that I understood the emotional content they were trying to convey.

Source: Local706



Enter for your chance to win a signed copy of Yossi’s book Jungle. Just answer on the original post and be sure to like and share. The post is posted below.



Laurence Fishburne and Grace Gummer are in talks to join Daniel Radcliffe in the action-thriller Beast of Burden.

Swedish filmmaker Jesper Ganslandt will make his English-language debut with the action-thriller. With a script by Adam Hoelzel, Beast of Burden centers on a pilot (Radcliffe) running drugs across the boarder who must navigate the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Cartel and others over the course of a day.

Fishburne will play a cartel handler, assigned to guide Radcliffe’s character through the drug run. Gummer plays Radcliffe’s character’s wife who must work with him to escape the threat of the cartel.

Paul Schiff is producing along with Michael Diamond of MGMT Entertainment. Chad Moore and Jeff Elliott of Green-Light also will produce. The film is currently shooting in Savannah, Ga.



Imperium is coming November 1st and here are some features that are coming in the Blu-Ray

Special Features include:

Audio Commentary with Writer/Director Daniel Ragussis and Writer Michael German
Living Undercover – Featurette
Making Imperium
Cast and Crew Interviews: Daniel Radcliffe, Sam Trammell, Michael German
Times Talks

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I already added caps from Now you See Me 2, but I also added caps from the Featurette’s. Enjoy 🙂



Finished off the last of the Swiss Army Man Screen Captures I did. So they are all now in the gallery. There’s a couple of more I want to add from The Now You See Me 2 Blu-Ray so I will add a few caps from that next which is mainly just the featurettes.