How the actor strengthened his core for his new film.
Pilates isn’t just for women. The core-strengthening and flexibility-improving workout, which is a favorite of Gisele Bundchen, Natalie Portman, Stacy Keibler and Sofia Vergara, is a great for guys as well—especially movie stars who do their own stunts, like Captain America: The First Avenger’s Dominic Cooper. The British actor turned to celebrity trainer Ramona Braganza, whose client list includes Bradley Cooper, Jessica Alba and Halle Berry, to get him in shape for Warcraft, which is set to hit theaters in 2016.
“Dominic came to me with a desire to get his core stronger, partly for the film, which involved some stunt horseback riding, and also to benefit his favorite sport, tennis, which he continued to play while shooting the movie,” says Braganza. “Dominic knows that it’s important to keep fit not only for his movie roles, but for life. He wants to look athletic and be fit.”
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Yesterday was a big day for Warcraft all the cast were at the Comic-Con in San Diego. I’ve uploaded the photos from the event to the gallery and I’ve found a couple of articles that explain about what happened and what we can expect! Click on the links below for all the information! Enjoy!
Update I’ve uploaded a couple more pictures to the gallery for you.
And I’ve found the full footage of Dominic and the cast of Warcraft from the panel at Comic Con.
Howard Stark will return to Marvel’s Agent Carter – if Dominic Cooper’s schedule allows it.
Hayley Atwell told press including Digital Spy that Howard will appear in season two “if we can clamp [Cooper] down for a couple of weeks”.
“I think Howard is pivotal,” she said. “Jarvis (James D’Arcy) is the go-between, and it’s more about the relationship that Peggy has with Jarvis. But I think with Howard, if we can, we’ll get him, because he’s so important in her backstory.”
Cooper’s continued involvement with Agent Carter fell into doubt when he was cast as the lead in Showtime’s DC Comics adaptation Preacher.
Atwell joked that she would be having “strong words” with her co-star for leaving Marvel behind to work for its old rival.
“Oh, it’s shocking! Disgusting!” she laughed. “I’m so angry with him. I’ll destroy him when I see him.”
Marvel’s Agent Carter premieres in the UK on FOX on Sunday, July 12.
Nicholas Hytner’s drama The Lady In The Van has been taken off of its December 11, 2015 date by Sony Pictures Classics and will be rescheduled. It is, as yet, unset. The film about a man who befriends a transient woman living in her car who parks in his driveway, stars Maggie Smith, Dominic Cooper, James Corden and Jim Broadbent. No one was available from SPC to talk to Deadline about the move.
Dominic Cooper will star in the European action-thriller “Stratton,” six weeks after Henry Cavill abruptly exited the project.
Simon West is directing the movie, which is based on the first of a series of eight novels by Duncan Falconer. It follows a Special Boat Service operative who’s tracking down an international terrorist cell through Central Asia, mainland Europe and London.
Cavill pulled out of “Stratton” on May 26, five days before shooting was to begin, due to “creative differences” on the script.
Cooper’s credits include “Mamma Mia!,” “Captain America: The First Avenger,” “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter” and “Dracula Untold.”
Gemma Chan, Austin Stowell (“Whiplash”), Tyler Hoechlin and Tom Felton also star in the film, which starts shooting next week in Italy before moving to Rome and London. Thomas Kretschmann, Derek Jacobi, Connie Nielsen and Jake Fairbrother have been cast in supporting roles.
“Dominic Cooper’s talent, versatility and his originality as an actor provide the perfect fit for what will be an entirely fresh and memorable action hero,” West said.
GFM Films’ Guy Collins said, “It has been exceptionally hectic over the last five to six weeks” to restructure the film.
Collins noted that several key distributors have stood by the film since Cavill left, adding that Square One acquired German-speaking territories last week.
“Stratton” is a GFM Films production through Stratton Film Productions, financially supported by Swiss Corporation Halston, U.K.-based White & Company Chartered Accountants and Ober Private Clients Limited. Producers are Ileen Maisel, Lawrence Elman and Matthew Jenkins.
The powerful and moving Miss You Already, starring Drew Barrymore and Toni Collette is in cinemas September 25
When life falls apart, friends keep it together.
They say opposites attract. Milly (Toni Collette) is the woman who has everything: a successful career; a rock-star husband and two beautiful children. Her best friend is Jess (Drew Barrymore), she works in a community garden; lives in a boathouse with her boyfriend Jago and desperately wants a baby.
Friends since childhood Jess and Milly can’t remember a time they didn’t share everything –secrets, clothes, even boyfriends, their differences are the glue that binds them together. That is until Milly is hit with the life changing news that she has breast cancer and needs Jess’s support more than ever.
As Jess tries to balance her own life as well as being there for Milly it is only a matter of time before the pressure on their bond takes its toll.
According to Hayley Atwell, Dominic Cooper’s Howard Stark will be back for Agent Carter season 2, alongside James D’Arcy’s Jarvis…
Den Of Geek were lucky enough to interview Hayley Atwell recently. Where we chat about her prolific partnership with Marvel Studios that has taken her from Captain America: The First Avenger all the way to Ant-Man, via The Winter Soldier, Avengers: Age Of Ultron and even her own TV show.
Speaking of Agent Carter season 2, Atwell told me that “there will be repetition of characters. So Jarvis and Howard will be there with us again. Yeah, we can’t have a show without those guys.”
Since we chatted to her, Atwell’s tip that Jarvis would return has pretty much been confirmed by James D’Arcy’s presence in the show’s San Diego Comic-Con poster.
It seems fairly certain, then, that Dominic Cooper’s Howard Stark will join the season 2 roster, too. He’s a man with a busy slate, but bookending guest spots like Stark’s season 1 appearances could well be a possibility.
“I’ve not started work on [season 2] yet, but it’s been written,” Atwell also mentioned. “I do know that, one thing they have decided, is that it’s going to be set a year later. So it’s 1947, it’s going to be set in L.A., and I keep on thinking about L.A. Confidential, that kind of film noir, which would be great.”
We’re just awaiting a source from Marvel Studios to confirm the news of Dominic Cooper’s inclusion in the series, but Atwell herself seems like a fairly trustworthy source to us.
More news as we hear it.