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The Vampire Diaries’ Paul Wesley is jumping from the supernatural to the scientific with Convergence, a sci-fi action film that he’ll star in and produce.

Plot details are being kept under wraps, but Convergence is described as a college-age ensemble piece in the vein of Flatliners, The Matrix, and Fight Club based on real life “science fact”. It follows a group of underground biotech engineers, including an MIT student wunderkind, exploring a new technology far beyond their expectations and beyond the limits of human control.

The actor, director, and producer currently stars as Stefan Salvatore on The CW’s hit show The Vampire Diaries. The series is in its sixth season and will return from its midseason hiatus with a January episode that Wesley directed, his second after making his directorial debut on the show last season.

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Date: November 20th | Category: Articles, Cast, Movie, Vampire Diaries
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MysteryRoad_DVD9621_138134_D128607.inddRyan Kwanten explains what drew him to writer-director Ivan Sen’s story in an exclusive featurette for Mystery Road, which is now available on Blu-ray and DVD.

The story centers on indigenous cowboy detective Jay Swan (Aaron Pedersen), returning to his outback hometown to solve the murder of a teenage girl, whose body is found under the highway trucking route. Alienated from both the white-dominated police force and his own community, including his teenage daughter (now connected to the murdered girl), Jay stands alone in his determination to fight back – for his town, and his people.

Watch as Ryan Kwanten, who plays Pete, a kangaroo hunter implicated in the murder, explains how the script was quite the hot commodity around town, and how he was drawn to the character and Ivan Sen’s writing, before picking up Mystery Road on Blu-ray and DVD.

Mystery Road was released October 14th, 2014 and stars Aaron Pedersen, Hugo Weaving, Jack Thompson, Ryan Kwanten, Tony Barry, David Field, Damian Walshe-Howling, Tasma Walton. The film is directed by Ivan Sen.

Date: October 17th | Category: Movie
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giver-691x10241The Giver starring Alexander Skarsgård is based on the beloved young adult novel. A young man (Brenton Thwaites), who lives in a seemingly ideal world, must escape after discovering the deadly truths of his community’s secret past.

PRE-ORDER YOUR COPY NOW: All three formats of the film will be available for purchase on Blu-Ray, DVD and Amazon Instant Video on November 25. Sounds like a great gift to give an Alex fan for the holidays.

 

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Date: October 17th | Category: Movie
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5. The scope of the project is massive. A huge camp of trailers greeted me when I pulled up to the Tura Castle, outside Budapest. I was surprised by the number of people working this movie. Around 200 cast and crew members have a job for months, partly because I sat down one day in a little farmhouse in Winters, CA, with the strange notion that an angel might fall in love with a mortal girl.

4. The casting is perfect. I expected to feel some rift between the characters in the novel and the actors portraying them. But when they all walked toward me for the first time, I let myself imagine they were angels and demons. That wouldn’t have been possible if they hadn’t been cast so well.

3. Actors can step into The Zone more quickly than writers. I require an hour of very focused window-staring before I can start writing, but I learned my first night on set how deft actors are at slipping in and out of character. I was having a conversation with Joely Richardson about a book we’d both adored when director Scott Hicks called her to set. Joely straightened her spine, tightened her expression, and Miss Sophia stalked away from me.

2. Scenes take unexpected directions. When I sit down to write a scene, I have a plan in mind, and I’m thrilled when a character disregards my goals and takes the story to a place I hadn’t imagined. On set, I saw that Scott Hicks welcomes this experience, too. He told me about a scene in which he thought the camera’s focus would be on Joely (Miss Sophia). After they’d shot the scene, he saw that Lola Kirke (Penn) was “emotionally peaking.” Scott shouted, “Roll!” just in time to capture an essential tear sliding down Penn’s cheek, never meant to be in the movie.

1. There’s a moment in the movie that would be wonderful in the book. Readers beg me not to let the movie stray from the book. I assure them that everyone working on the film agrees. But there is one new moment in the film that is so economical and so moving, it would have worked beautifully if it were in the novel. I hope my fans will think of this added scene like one of the “extra” chapters that accompany the Fallen books. I can’t wait for you to experience all of it on the big screen.

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Date: October 16th | Category: Articles, Authors, Fallen, Movie
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