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April 24th, 2015  No Comments Interview

The quartet of stars of Fantastic Four were on hand at CinemaCon today to promote 20th Century Fox’s movie reboot of Marvel’s first family of superheroes.

I sat down with actors Miles Teller (Reed Richards), Kate Mara (Sue Storm), Michael B. Jordan (Johnny Storm), and Jamie Bell (Ben Grimm) to briefly discuss the film. (It was a seriously short interview due to their schedule; fittingly enough, it ran exactly four minutes!)

IGN: We’re now seeing more and more footage, and the thing I’m responding to is that old-school body horror thing. I’m wondering, because in the past Fantastic Four films — with the exception of the Thing — they kind of gloss over like, “Oh, these things happened to us,” and they go on with the adventure. How much horror is in the movie and how much are your characters reacting to these, in some ways, horrible things that have happened to them?

Miles Teller: I think in the trailer you definitely get the sense that there are elements of that, for sure. In the trailer, once you’ve seen the accident happen, the music changes, and… you can tell that it’s pretty traumatic. Yeah, we don’t gloss over anything. I think what’s great about this movie is that you see the guys before, and then you see what happens right after that. You get to see that transition period, from just a regular civilian to these other characters that people will recognize. But I love the fact that you get to see them go through the transformation. I think that’s the most interesting part.

IGN: I’m especially wondering about Ben Grimm. There’s really no getting out of that for him. That’s kind of his curse. What sort of mental space did you have to go to to play someone that tortured?

Jamie Bell: The thing is trying to not play the creature of it. You’re always trying to remember that there’s a kid in there. There’s a kid who had the rest of his life in him as a normal human being, and then this has forever changed him. I’m always trying to remember that — there’s a human in there. I mean, aside from all the physical affectations that you have to assume as well, but just trying to make it a real person with real problems.

IGN: Now, Johnny’s got a line in the new trailer where he’s like, “We have to use our powers for good,” and that stood out to me because traditionally Johnny is conceited, cocky, reckless. To hear him say something that heroic — is he now more of the conscience of the group, or is that his one moment of not being a jerk, maybe, like he is in the other ones?

Kate Mara: He’s still all those other things. [Laughs]

Michael B. Jordan: Yeah, I’m definitely all those other things as well. But I think Johnny is coming from more of a place of looking for an identity or a purpose. He looks at and turns to his powers as fate, that maybe this is what he’s been looking for. So that was just that one take in that one clip.

Miles Teller: That line’s actually not even in the movie. [Editor’s note: he was joking.]

IGN: [Laughs] Now how responsible are you guys for what happens in making Victor Domashev into Doctor Doom?

Michael B. Jordan: We can’t give you that one!

Miles Teller: That question sounds dangerous. 

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Image122-04-2015 8-18-13 AMBlackfish is a revolutionary film which shocked most of us into paying more attention to the businesses we patronize. Orcas are incredibly sensitive, family-oriented, intelligent beings who deserve to live in their ocean homes instead of locked up in concrete tanks at SeaWorld. For everyone who will join me in giving SeaWorld the middle finger, buy this limited edition t-shirt at http://represent.com/blackfish now and wear #Blackfish proudly. – Love, Kate Mara

 

“The Humane Society of the United States is incredibly grateful to influential stars like Kate who use their public platforms to call attention to grave issues such as marine animal captivity, as exposed in the groundbreaking documentary, Blackfish, by filmmaker Gabriela Cowperthwaite. Animal advocacy can be as simple as wearing your cause on a t-shirt.” – Michelle Cho

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March 19th, 2015  No Comments Captive Film

Paramount Pictures has secured worldwide distribution rights to Captive, the based-on-a-true-story thriller starring Selma‘s David Oyelowo and Kate Mara. The studio has already set a September 18, 2015 release date.

Directed by Jerry Jameson and written by Brian Bird, the pic centers on Ashley Smith (Mara), a single mom who struggles to overcome her drug addiction to regain custody of her daughter. But she is taken hostage by an escaped, quadruple murderer (played by
Oyelowo in about a polar opposite a part as possible from Selma‘s Martin Luther King). Ashley’s only defenses: faith in God, a love for her daughter, and the book A Purpose Driven Life, parts of which she reads aloud to her captor during the harrowing ordeal. This leads to an epiphany for both Ashley and the convict.

Michael K Williams, Leonor Varela, Jessica Oyelowo and Mimi Rogers co-star.

The film is based on the book Unlikely Angel: The Untold Story Of The Atlanta Hostage Hero by Smith with Stacy Mattingly. Terry Botwick, Jameson, David Oyelowo and Ken Wales produced in addition to BN Films’ Alex Garcia, Lucas Akoskin and Katrina Wolfe. The executive producers are Santiago Garcia Galvan, BN’s Jonathan Gray, Elliott Lester, Ralph Winter and Bird. BN fully financed the picture, and Cinetic Media negotiated the rights deal.

Oyelowo is repped by CAA, Inphenate and Hamilton Hodell and Schreck. Mara is repped by UTA and Stone, Meyer.

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Captive
Kate as Ashley Smith
Genre: Crime | Drama | Thriller
Release Date: 2014
The Fantastic Four
Kate as Sue Storm
Genre: Action | Fantasy | Sci-Fi
Release Date: 2015
Man Down
Kate as Natalie Drummer
Genre: Thriller
Release Date: 2015
The Martian
Kate as ???
Genre: Action | Sci-Fi
Release Date: 2015
The Fantastic Four 2
Kate as Sue Storm
Genre: Action | Fantasy | Sci-Fi
Release Date: 2017
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