Thank you to Mia of Claire Foy Source for donating untagged pictures from the photoshoot I posted earlier.
Screen captures from an early Emily TV film, Poirot: Death on the Nile, have been added to the gallery. The quality is not the best, but I think they are good enough for now until I get get my hands on the DVD, which is difficult to find where I live! If you want to view the images, beware of major spoilers!
According to The Hollywood Reporter, The Young Victoria will be closing this year’s Toronto International Film Festival. The festival begins September 10. The Young Victoria has yet to be released in North American, so I hope this will help it get the attention it deserves! Thank you, Lisa, for the heads up.
On Tuesday Universal announced that The Wolf Man will now be released in 2010. The film had an original release date of April 3, 2009, it was then pushed to November 6th and now the new official release date will be February 12, 2010.
The Examiner - Universal’s decision to push back the release date again, as well as The Wolf Man’s film’s noticeable absence from last week’s San Diego Comic-Con, has raised serious concerns. February has long been considered Hollywood’s dumping grounds for bad movies.
The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that Emily has signed onto a new project for Universal titled The Adjustment Bureau. She will apparently join Matt Damon in the sci-fi love story directed by George Nolfi.
The story, which Nolfi adapted from a Philip K. Dick short story, follows a congressman (Damon), on the rise in politics, who meets a beautiful ballet dancer only to discover strange circumstances keep them apart.
Blunt is playing the dancer.