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26 March 2013

Monsters: Dark Continent Starts Principal Photography

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Vertigo Films have announced the  principal photography of their forthcoming movie Monsters: Dark Continent has officially started.

Monsters: Dark Continent will be the feature debut of Tom Green who has previously directed the E4 cult hit Misfits with the script written by Jay Basu. The film is a coproduction between Vertigo Films and 42.

The movie is a continuation to Gareth Edwards 2010 international hit Monsters that starred Scoot McNairy. Edwards was nominated for a BAFTA and the film has won four British Independent Film Awards along with many international accolades.

It is some years after the events of MONSTERS. There are Infected Zones all over the world. US military forces are fighting Monsters, attempting to wipe them out. They are met with resistance but it’s not just from the Monsters. The cast includes Johnny Harris (London To Brighton, Welcome To The Punch) Sam Keeley (What Richard Did) and Joe Dempsie (Game Of Thrones) with Edwards and McNairy returning as exec producers.

Producer Allan Niblo for Vertigo comments, “Monsters: Dark Continent is a sci-fi action film that remains true to the artistry and intelligence of its prequel Monsters as well as providing the excitement, thrills and set pieces of a genre film. We’re very excited to see Tom Greens vision unfold”.

Producer James Richardson adds "We are delighted to be working with this incredible new team - Ben and Rory are two very talented producers, Jay has written an excellent script, we have a brilliant cast and Tom is one of the most exciting new directors coming out of the UK."

Ben Pugh, co producing states, “Gareth Edwards created a rich and evocative sci-fi world with Monsters and it's a privilege to go deeper into that world for Monsters: Dark Continent with Tom Green, Vertigo and a very exciting cast".

Filming will take place in Jordan for five weeks and a week in Detroit. Vertigo Distribution will release in the UK with Protagonist handling international.




6 December 2010

TheMOET British Independent Movie Awards 2011 Winners Annouced Busy Night For THE KINGS SPEECH & MONSTERS

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As Tron Legacy had its freezing cold UK premiere in London Leciester Square the annual British independent Movie Awards sponsored by Moet  took place in the The Old Billingate Market in fashionable East London. There was two movies that came out of the night very sucessful, THE KINGS SPEECH and MONSTERS picking up a total of 8 awards between them.

Tobe Hooper's The Kings Speech came out with 5 gongs which included For Best British Independent Film,  Best Screenplay (David Seidler), Best Actor (Colin Firth), Best Supporting Actor (Geoffrey Rush), and Best Supporting Actress (Helena Bonham Carter). 

Gareth Edwards MONSTERS was the other big winner of the night scooping up 3 gongs including best director, best achievement in production and BEST TECHNICAL ACHIEVEMENT (in visual effects)., Edwards also just missed out on Douglas Hickox award for best debut director which went to The Abor's Clio Banard,

In other awards  Carey Mulligan  won th Best Actress for Never Let Me Go, with Helena Boham Carter picking up another gong  with the the Richard Harris award for outstanding contribution by an actor to British film, while Liam Neeson received the Variety award. Joanne Froggat picked up most promising newcomer for her part in In Our Name and A Prophet for best foreign Movie.

Full full list of winners after the break....