Untold Featurette – On The Set: Face Off (2014) – Dominic Cooper, Luke Evans Movie HD
Luke Evans (Fast & Furious 6, Immortals) stars in Dracula Untold, the origin story of the man who became Dracula. Gary Shore directs and Michael De Luca produces the epic action-adventure that co-stars Dominic Cooper, Sarah Gadon, Samantha Barks and Charles Dance.
Agent Peggy Carter will have Howard Stark by her side once again; Marvel has confirmed Dominic Cooper will reprise the role in Marvel’s Agent Carter. Hayley Atwell’s Captain America character will headline the midseason superhero series on ABC.
Atwell and Cooper originated their characters in Captain America: The First Avenger and continued them in Marvel One-Shot: Agent Carter.
ABC’s Agent Carter takes place in 1946. World War II is over and Peggy Carter finds herself marginalized now that the men have returned home. The series will see Peggy working for the SSR (Strategic Scientific Reserve), balancing work and secret missions with Cooper’s Howard Stark. No word on whether Cooper will be a series regular or just appear as a guest.
The cast for Marvel’s Agent Carter includes Chad Michael Murray as SSR Agent Jack Thompson, Dollhouse’s Enver Gjokaj as SSR Agent Daniel Sousa, James D’Arcy as Edwin Jarvis—recognize that name, Avengers fans?!—and Shea Whigham as SSR Chief Roger Dooley.
The series hails from writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely. Executive producers include Tara Butters, Michele Fazekas, Markus, McFeely, Chris Dingess, Kevin Feige, Louis D’Esposito, Alan Fine, Joe Quesada, Stan Lee and Jeph Loeb.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier directors Joe and Anthony Russo will direct two episodes of the new series. D’Esposito will helm the pilot. The first episode just began shooting with a 2015 premiere date eyed.
“Dear stunt man and actor, sorry I kicked you both in the balls during rehearsals today,” Atwell recently tweeted.
It’s OK, you can get excited now
Facing threats to his kingdom and his family, Vlad Tepes looks to make a deal with dangerous supernatural forces – without succumbing to the darkness himself.
Samuel L. Jackson hosted a star-studded karaoke party in London last night (25.09.14) where he was joined by Toni Collette, Dominic Cooper, Nicole Scherzinger and Nick Grimshaw to record a new charity single, ‘Say Something,’ for the organisation One For The Boys.
The 65-year-old actor was joined by famous faces including Toni Collette, Dominic Cooper, Nicole Scherzinger and Nick Grimshaw at the renowned Abbey Road Studios to record a new charity single, ‘Say Something,’ to raise awareness and funds for One For The Boys’ Man Movement, which aims to educated men on male cancer.
The ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ star, who is the organisation’s chairman, said: ”What better way is there to unite men than through music? Last night saw us mark the start of the recording of our charity single, ‘Say Something,’ which we hope will make men realise that they can say something when it comes to cancer. Men don’t tend to talk about their health issues, thinking it reveals vulnerability.”
He added: ”One For The Boys aims to shine a blue light into the world of campaigning, cutting through the noise to educate men, encouraging early detection and treatment. We believe this single featuring the world’s leading artists, can save lives.”
Samuel also performed a rendition of ‘Show Me Love’ at the event and was dubbed the ”Karoke King” by model Daisy Lowe, who posted a video of him singing on her Instagram profile.
Penned by group A Great Big World, ‘Say Something,’ which will also feature Paul McCartney, is set to go head-to-head with the next ‘X Factor’ winner for the Christmas number one and all the proceeds will go to the charity.
Launched by Sofia Davis in 2013, One For The Boys’ celebrity ambassadors include Michael Douglas, Simon Pegg, Colin Firth and John Bishop.
To find out more about the organisation, the single and how to support the 2014 Men’s Movement, go to www.onefortheboys.com.
ACTOR Dominic Cooper, who’s facing off against Dracula on the big screen admits he’s no tough guy in real life. He talks to JESSICA BRINTON.
I just saw a teaser for Dracula Untold – tell me about your role.
I’m playing the evil bloke, Mehmed the Second, who did exist and at one point was very close to taking over the entire world.
We fiddled with history a bit and said that he comes across the guy his father once chose over him to fight in the army.
All of his resentment and jealousy comes from knowing his father believed more in the other boy than in him.
Read the rest of the interview here
As if there hadn’t been enough changes already behind and in front of the camera, relationship comedy drama Miss You Already is going through another shift as it prepares to kick off filming. Drew Barrymore has jumped aboard to replace Rachel Weisz.
That’s just the latest alteration: Weisz had been hired to replace Jennifer Aniston, who was the original pick to star alongside Toni Collette. Now the hopefully-final line-up will see Barrymore, Collette, Dominic Cooper, Paddy Considine and Jacqueline Bisset star in the story of two best friends.
The pair – Barrymore and Collette – have been inseparable for years, but hit a difficult patch when Barrymore struggles to have a child and Collette discovers she has breast cancer. Considine and Cooper will play their husbands, while Bisset is aboard as Collette’s mother.
Catherine Hardwicke starts the cameras rolling this week, taking over from Paul Andrew Williams, who had originally been attached to direct Morwenna Banks’ script.
“Miss You Already explores the ups and down of an intense friendship,” Hardwicke says in a statement carried by Variety. “With our fearless actors, we’re taking this very personal story on a wild ride.”
Shooting will take place in London and on the Yorkshire Moors for the next few weeks.
Update – A new advert is now online
Dominic has filmed a few adverts for the company IBM you can watch them below: