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Sienna Miller as Nina Fawcett
In 1925, the legendary British explorer Percy Fawcett ventured into the Amazon jungle in search of a fabled civilization. He never returned.

Sienna Miller as Emma Gould
A story set in the Prohibition Era and centered around a group of individuals and their dealings in the world of organized crime

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The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon – Captures

Dec 17th, 2016       Filed in: Screencaptures ,Videos       Comments: 0

Hi! I have added 275 HD Screencaptures from The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (Dec 15, 2016)

Sienna Miller Talks About The Movie, “Live By Night” | BUILD Series

Dec 14th, 2016       Filed in: Live by Night ,Videos       Comments: 0

In select theaters on December 25th, “Live By Night” is an adaption of Dennis Lehane’s crime drama. Set in the 1920’s, the story follows a notorious gangster, Joe Coughlin (Ben Affleck), who is involved in organizing crimes in an underground world. Sienna Miller stars in the movie as Coughlin’s love interest. Hear what Miller has to say about working with director Ben Affleck when she stops by BUILD. Interview at AOL HQ in NYC for BUILD Series.


Nov 15th, 2016       Filed in: Live by Night ,Videos       Comments: 0

Tom Holland, Katherine Waterston & Sienna Miller Join ‘The Current War’

Nov 6th, 2016       Filed in: News ,The Current War       Comments: 0

“The Current War” just keeps adding to its already impressive cast. “Spider-Man: Homecoming” star Tom Holland, Katherine Waterston from “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” and Sienna Miller (recently in “Foxcatcher” and “High-Rise” among others, and starring with Holland in James Gray’s “The Lost City Of Z“) are set to join Benedict Cumberbatch and Michael Shannon in the upcoming film.

The Weinstein Company’s “The Current War” tells the story of the bitter rivalry between George Westinghouse (Shannon) and Thomas Edison (Cumberbatch) as they fight to see who is going to bring a sustainable electricity system to the United States. Other than the previously mentioned cast, the film also stars Nicolas Hoult as Nikola Tesla, with “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl” director Alfonso Gomez-Rejon helming the film.

“The Current War” is not the only Westinghouse/Edison film currently in development. “The Last Days of Night” is being developed now with Eddie Redmayne set to star, and Morten Tyldum set to direct. However, TWC will likely be getting the jump with “The Current War,” as cameras will roll in December.


See an exclusive new look at Ben Affleck’s Argo follow-up, Live By Night

Nov 3rd, 2016       Filed in: Live by Night       Comments: 0

Despite working at the epicenter of modern Hollywood’s superhero addiction, Ben Affleck pines for the big studio pictures of old, the genre of crime films James Cagney used to make. Angels With Dirty Faces, White Heat, and their ilk were action-packed entertainments about dark men (sans tights) who met their fates in a single film, without worrying about sequel potential.

That affection pushed Affleck, 44, to adapt Dennis Lehane’s period gangster novel Live by Night (out Dec. 25) as his fourth directorial effort and first since the Oscar-winning Argo. “As soon as I read this book, I wanted to make the movie,” Affleck says. “I love the gritty characters and the great dialogue and this role. At the center of it is his journey, his internal struggle, and how he defines himself.”

As with his last two films, Affleck cast himself in the lead role — this time as Joe Coughlin, a disillusioned WWI vet who turns to a life of crime as a way to make his own rules, especially when it comes to his affections. Coughlin is in love with a Mob boss’ girlfriend (Sienna Miller), and at the film’s outset the two work together to outsmart the organized-crime ring. “It’s a little bit like a Bonnie-and-Clyde thing,” Affleck says. “At first we take it lightly, thinking we can get away with it. We end up paying the price.”

To Affleck’s fans, Live by Night may seem like a sideline to his role as Batman, but he says the exact opposite is true. “I’ve spent more time on Live by Night than I did on my two DC movies combined, and that feels really good,” he says. “I have nothing against superhero movies, but I’m nostalgic for the kind of movie that Live by Night plays homage to, when that was what constituted a big Hollywood movie. That was why I wanted to spend my time there when I wasn’t wearing a cape.”

While Live by Night has a similar feel genre-wise to Affleck’s sophomore effort The Town, his filmmaking approach was much more ambitious. Rather than build the film in the edit bay, he approached each scene in a more formal manner, meticulously planning each take to give the film a grand, sweeping scale.

“It was a different kind of movie,” says Affleck. “You have to be very specific. You have to know how far you have to see in the shot because you have to build the set far enough out where you won’t pick up a contemporary streetlight. It was much more deliberate on purpose.”

With a $65 million budget, Live By Night is Affleck’s biggest-budget endeavor to date — that is until he tackles his standalone Batman film, which Affleck says is still in script stage while they work out a budget. No start date has yet been set. His purposeful approach to Live By Night may not only be appropriate to pull off a credible homage to his favorite films, it may also be just the kind of practice he needs for his future endeavors.

“This is definitely a movie that I would have not been able to make before now,” he says. “It reflects my experience thus far as a filmmaker.”


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