Thanks to Shock Till You Drop, we have the new official poster for Eliza Graves.
Kate Beckinsale, Jim Sturgess, Brendan Gleeson, Ben Kingsley and Michael Caine topline the psychological thriller Eliza Graves and we have a look at the poster for you inside. Presumably, this is on display currently at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Loosely based on “The System of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether,” a short story by Edgar Allan Poe, the film will center on an Oxford graduate (Sturgess) who takes a job at an insane asylum, unaware of the fact that it has been taken over by its occupants. Joseph Gangemi (Fear Itself, Wind Chill) provided the screenplay.
821 DVD captures of one of Kate’s best and most intense performances, Annie in Snow Angels, have been added to the gallery. Unfortunately, there were no extras on the DVD.
I have uploaded 9 movie stills from Kate’s upcoming movie The Trials of Cate McCall (which, unfortunately, still has no release date – fingers crossed that we will get a trailer soon!). Click here to see them!
A lawyer in recovery from alcoholism and estranged from her daughter makes it her mission to free a woman she is convinced was framed for murder. (Source)
I have another treat for you today! One of Kate’s very first projects was the TV short film Rachel’s Dream from 1992 in which she portrayed the eponymous protagonist Rachel.
The Rachel of the title is the younger sister of an up-and-coming marketing executive who has just secured a contract with a wealthy but repulsive millionaire who is into toxic waste, which he stores in secret for large sums of money. Rachel finds that, through a large bank of video screens in her sister’s apartment, her wishes can come true when she brings to life the image on an anti-pollution poster. This new friend helps her to make up her mind about her own future. (Source
The 30-min-short was shown as part of Channel 4′s Video Fantasies series, and I have uploaded almost 400 captures from it here. Enjoy!
I have worked a little on the site’s content today – for example, I re-added the past layouts (can you believe that I first started the website 12 years ago and this version is currently layout #16?), extras (with goodies like avatars and PSDs) or our extensive video archive which I have to say features some great rare and older Kate videos. Just browse around and see for yourself!
Furthermore, I also got my hands on a copy of the Winged Creatures (also known as Fragments) DVD from 2008 and capped it (unfortunately, there were no extras at all). Kate did a great job with her Southern American accent! Click here to see the 500+ captures.
I have made and uploaded DVD captures of both the Feature Movie and the Gag Reel from the Len Wiseman-directed Total Recall from last year. Please be aware that they contain spoilers if you haven’t had a chance to watch the movie yet!
Total Recall (2012) > DVD Captures
Total Recall (2012) > Gag Reel
Today, I have a special surprise for you all! I have just added almost 200 DVD captures of Kate’s portrayal of Ethel in the Prince of Jutland (also known as Royal Deceit) from 1994! This was one of Kate’s first roles and even though she did not have many lines she still managed to do a lovely job. In case you don’t know, the movie – which I have to say was quite good! – re-tells the story of Hamlet by using the original Danish source material. Click here to check out the captures! I have also added a screenshot from the DVD Menu.
Sorry for the downtime in the past few days, we had a server move. Now everything should be back to normal! Be sure to check the gallery for tons of newly-added pictures!
Hello everyone! Apart from working on the site’s content, I have also re-capped Kate’s part as Christian Bale’s fiancée Alex in Laurel Canyon from 2002 (which by the way was the second time the two worked together, after The Prince of Jutland in 1994). Just click on the thumbnails below to be taken to the albums!
- Laurel Canyon (2002) > DVD Captures
- Laurel Canyon (2002) > DVD – Trailer
- Laurel Canyon (2002) > DVD – TV Spots – Review
- Laurel Canyon (2002) > DVD – TV Spots – With Her
- Laurel Canyon (2002) > DVD – Behind The Scenes Documentary
British movie star Kate Beckinsale has helped to honour her actor father by unveiling a special plaque in his memory at his former school.
Richard Beckinsale became a Tv regular in the 1970s thanks to roles in hit U.K. sitcoms Porridge and Rising Damp, and on Wednesday (17Jul13), his daughter headed back to his native Nottinghamshire in England to pay tribute to her late dad at Chilwell’s College House Junior School.
The Underworld beauty was joined by her director husband Len Wiseman and her mother, actress Judy Loe, for the dedication ceremony, while her ex, Welsh actor Michael Sheen, and comedian David Walliams were also in attendance.
Headmaster Mark North told the crowd, “It’s a real honour for the school to be a part of this special occasion, dedicated to the memory of Richard Beckinsale.
“It was a once in a lifetime experience for us all. We are honoured to have hosted such distinguished guests.
“We place a high priority on the performing arts in school, and hope that pupils will continue to be inspired by Richard’s career for many years to come.”
The blue plaques are traditionally placed at significant historical sites across the U.K. by officials from The Heritage Foundation.
Richard Beckinsale died in 1979, aged 31, after suffering a heart attack. (Source)
How sweet is it that everyone (her mother, Len, Lily & even Michael) went with Kate to support her? And also, what a beautiful idea!
I have added over 1,000 HD captures of The Last Days Of Disco from 1998. Click here to see them!
On another note, I have made the decision to take down all candids out of respect for Kate’s and her family’s privacy. From now on, this site will stay paparazzi-free! Thank you for understanding!
I have uploaded several new high quality images of the following events: