Mission To Capture Turns Kill Mission In “Eye In The Sky”

Academy Award-winner Helen Mirren stars in the white-knuckle thriller “Eye in the Sky” that tackles the moral ambiguities of modern-day warfare. Co-starring with Mirren are three-time Emmy Award winner Aaron Paul (from “Breaking Bad”) and the late Alan Rickman (best known for his role in the Harry Potter films as Professor Severus Snape). A contemporary…

Fathers and Daughters: Official Release

“When the past won’t let you go, Let love see you through…” “Fathers And Daughters”, a Voltage Pictures presentation is a 2015 American-Italian emotional drama film directed by Gabriele Muccino (“Pursuit of Happiness”).Starring Russel Crowe and Amanda Seyfried, it is based on a 2012 script written by Brad Desch. Story follows a father and daughter living 25 years apart in New York City. Russell Crowe will portray a famous novelist and widower…

The Super Cars of “Need for Speed”

For decades, cars have been a vital part of global culture. There is a strong association between drivers and their vehicles and they are often seen as an extension of ourselves, representing who a person is and what they stand for. Now from DreamWorks Pictures comes a film that honors the heritage of the world’s…

“Breaking Bad’s” Aaron Paul has a “Need for Speed”

In DreamWorks Pictures “Need for Speed,” a gear-grinding drama set in the world of underground street racing, Aaron Paul plays Tobey Marshall … a role that almost wasn’t his. The actor had just wrapped production on the final season of the critically acclaimed TV series “Breaking Bad” where he plays Jesse Pinkman when he auditioned for the…

The Breakout Stars of “Need for Speed” Race to Fame

DreamWorks Pictures’ “Need for Speed” (opening in the Philippines on March 12) boasts a cast of talented actors who are quickly becoming Hollywood’s next generation of stars: Aaron Paul, Dominic Cooper, Imogen Poots, Scott Mescudi and Dakota Johnson. “Need for Speed” marks an exciting return to the great car culture films of the 1960s and ’70s, when the…

2014 Preview: Walt Disney Philippines

In 1961, Walt Disney invited “Mary Poppins” author P.L. Travers to his studio in Los Angeles to discuss, in person, his continued interest in obtaining the movie rights to her beloved book and character—a pitch he first made to her in the 1940s. Still hesitant and disinterested after all those years, Travers wanted to tell the Hollywood impresario…