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18.03.2013 16:14
Robert Pattinson in " Posh " Zitat · antworten

Robert Pattinson, Sam Claflin, Max Irons & Douglas Booth Circling Lone Scherfig's Adaptation Of Stage Hit 'Posh'


März 15, 2013 6:10 AM


When it opened at the Royal Court Theatre in London in 2010, "Posh" helped to give a real boost to the careers of its young cast, with actors including Kit Harington ("Game Of Thrones"), Joshua McGuire ("The Hour"), Tom Mison (the upcoming "Sleepy Hollow" TV series) and David Dawson ("Luther") all having gone on to great things after the fact. "An Education" director Lone Scherfig signed on to a film adaptation recently, and it looks like we might be seeing a movie cast that's just as broad in talent, with a few rising names, and one massive one, apparently in various stages of talks to come on board.

According to the ever-on-the-money Baz Bamigboye, Max Irons, Sam Claflin and Douglas Booth are all in negotiations to star in the film, and while talks are at an earlier stage, "Twilight" megastar Robert Pattinson could potentially join them. Nurse, my ovaries! If the first three names don't quite ring a bell yet, Irons is the son of legendary actor Jeremy Irons, who previously appeared in "Red Riding Hood," and has "The Host" coming up shortly. Claflin has a couple of blockbusters under his belt already, with "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" and "Snow White & The Huntsman," and has "The Hunger Games; Catching Fire" coming up later and the year. And Booth, who was one of our Actors On The Rise picks earlier in the week, starred in the TV version of "Great Expectations" recently, and has "Romeo & Juliet" and the Wachowski's "Jupiter Ascending" on the way.

The play, and the film, revolves around a version of the Bullingdon Club, an Oxford University institution (not unlike a fraternity) which included current Prime Minister David Cameron and current Mayor of London Boris Johnson among its members, and which involves privileged idiots getting together, drinking themselves into oblivion and trashing restaurants. Wade's play focuses on the members of the Riot Club, whose meeting in a country pub ends in tragedy, and we can see all four of the actors fitting in nicely into that kind of environment.

It sounds like Pattinson's involvement is the least concrete; he's still filming David Michod's "The Rover," and he has David Cronenberg's "Maps To The Stars" and James Marsh's "Hold On To Me" nominally on his slate, though lord knows what state they're in in terms of financing. But a good piece of material, amid a strong ensemble, would be a smart move for the actor as he continues to try to escape the shadow of Edward Cullen. As Bamigboye suggests, the challenge here is going to be scheduling; the nature of the piece requires the cast to all be together round a dining table for much of the shoot, and all these guys are busy and in demand, so don't be surprise if there's mixing and matching with who sticks with the project. Filming is planned to get underway in May, so it shouldn't be too long before we find out who's able to fit it into their schedules, and "Posh" should eventually open in 2014.


Quelle http://blogs.indiewire.com/theplaylist/r...t-posh-20130315

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18.03.2013 16:16
#2 RE: Robert Pattinson in " Posh " Zitat · antworten

Robert Pattinson in Theaterstück-Verfilmung “Posh”?
An der Seite von Sam Claflin & Max Irons




Robert Pattinson & Sam Claflin gemeinsam in “Posh”? | PR Photos


Robert Pattinson (26) hat eine neue Rolle an der Angel, er muss eigentlich nur noch die Schnur einholen.

Der “Twilight”-Star befindet sich in frühen Verhandlungen für den Film “Posh”, der auf dem gleichnamigen Theaterstück von Laura Wade basiert.

Es geht um eine fiktive Bruderschaft an der Oxford-Uni, die sich “The Riot Club” nennt. Zwei Neuzugänge bekommen in einer Nacht einen Überblick über den Club. Die ganze Story spielt sich in einem Esszimmer ab, das im Zuge der Handlung zerstört wird. Die Dinge spitzen sich zu, als jemand eine Prostituierte anheuert.

Max Irons (“The Host”) soll die Hauptrolle in dem Streifen spielen. Interessanterweise sind auch Douglas Booth (“LOL”) und Sam Claflin im Gespräch für Rollen. Letzterer spielte an der Seite von Robs Freundin Kristen Stewart in “Snow White and the Huntsman” mit. Zumindest hätten die beiden schon eine Gemeinsamkeit, was auf einen interessanten Dreh hoffen lässt.

Ob Robert Pattinson tatsächlich mitspielen wird, steht natürlich noch in den Sternen. Aktuell beendet er in Australien die Dreharbeiten zu “The Rover”.


Quelle http://www.promicabana.de/robert-pattins...erfilmung-posh/

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19.03.2013 10:44
#3 RE: Robert Pattinson in " Posh " Zitat · antworten

Robert Pattinson & Sam Claflin zerstören Nachtclub


Die Verfilmung des Theaterstücks Posh von Laura Wade könnte vier begehrte Jungs aus Hollywood vereinen. Die Regisseurin steht unter anderem im Gespräch mit Robert Pattinson und Sam Claflin.



Das Theaterstück Posh von Laura Wade feierte 2010 unglaubliche Erfolge nach der Premiere im Royal Court Theatre in London. Es half auch vielen Darstellern zum Durchbruch vor der Kamera. So spielte unter anderem Kit Harington mit, der später in Game of Thrones zu sehen war. Kein Wunder also das eine Filmadaption des Stoffs ansteht. Lone Scherfig (An Education) möchte das Theaterstück auf die Leinwand bringen und verkündet auch prompt erste Casting-Wünsche. Angeblich versucht sie derzeit vier sehr gefragte Schauspieler für ihr Projekt zu gewinnen. Robert Pattinson, Sam Claflin, Douglas Booth und Max Irons stehen derzeit in Verhandlungen für eine Rolle in dem Film (The Playlist).

In Posh geht es um den fiktiven Riot Club an der Oxford Universität, angelehnt an den Bullingdon Club, dessen ehemalige Mitglieder heutzutage auch Minister und Bürgermeister sind. Die Geschichte spielt sich hauptsächlich im Speisesaal eines Nachtclubs ab, in dem die Mitglieder eines ihrer berüchtigten Abendessen veranstalten. Sie zerstören das Zimmer zum Großteil und als einer von ihnen eine Stripperin bestellt, geht so einiges schief.

Laura Wade schrieb ihr Drehbuch eigens für die Leinwand um und erklärt die Hintergründe der Charaktere mehr. Die Besetzungswünsche des Teams sind schwer umzusetzen, da jeder der vier aufsteigenden Darsteller derzeit an seiner Karriere feilt. Robert Pattinson ist bald in Maps to the Stars von David Cronenberg zu sehen, Max Irons wird in Seelen spielen und Sam Claflin wird in Die Tribute von Panem – Catching Fire zu sehen sein. Sie alle zusammen in einen Raum zu bekommen, dürfte sich als schwierig erweisen. Außerdem geht es in der Vorlage um zehn Mitglieder des Clubs, also fehlen noch einige Namen auf der Besetzungsliste.


Quelle http://www.moviepilot.de/news/robert-pat...achtclub-120978

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03.04.2013 13:17
#4 RE: Robert Pattinson in " Posh " Zitat · antworten

Bericht in englisch von " indiewire.com


Robert Pattinson, Sam Claflin, Max Irons & Douglas Booth Circling Lone Scherfig's Adaptation Of Stage Hit 'Posh'





When it opened at the Royal Court Theatre in London in 2010, "Posh" helped to give a real boost to the careers of its young cast, with actors including Kit Harington ("Game Of Thrones"), Joshua McGuire ("The Hour"), Tom Mison (the upcoming "Sleepy Hollow" TV series) and David Dawson ("Luther") all having gone on to great things after the fact. "An Education" director Lone Scherfig signed on to a film adaptation recently, and it looks like we might be seeing a movie cast that's just as broad in talent, with a few rising names, and one massive one, apparently in various stages of talks to come on board.

According to the ever-on-the-money Baz Bamigboye, Max Irons, Sam Claflin and Douglas Booth are all in negotiations to star in the film, and while talks are at an earlier stage, "Twilight" megastar Robert Pattinson could potentially join them. Nurse, my ovaries! If the first three names don't quite ring a bell yet, Irons is the son of legendary actor Jeremy Irons, who previously appeared in "Red Riding Hood," and has "The Host" coming up shortly. Claflin has a couple of blockbusters under his belt already, with "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" and "Snow White & The Huntsman," and has "The Hunger Games; Catching Fire" coming up later and the year. And Booth, who was one of our Actors On The Rise picks earlier in the week, starred in the TV version of "Great Expectations" recently, and has "Romeo & Juliet" and the Wachowski's "Jupiter Ascending" on the way.

The play, and the film, revolves around a version of the Bullingdon Club, an Oxford University institution (not unlike a fraternity) which included current Prime Minister David Cameron and current Mayor of London Boris Johnson among its members, and which involves privileged idiots getting together, drinking themselves into oblivion and trashing restaurants. Wade's play focuses on the members of the Riot Club, whose meeting in a country pub ends in tragedy, and we can see all four of the actors fitting in nicely into that kind of environment.

It sounds like Pattinson's involvement is the least concrete; he's still filming David Michod's "The Rover," and he has David Cronenberg's "Maps To The Stars" and James Marsh's "Hold On To Me" nominally on his slate, though lord knows what state they're in in terms of financing. But a good piece of material, amid a strong ensemble, would be a smart move for the actor as he continues to try to escape the shadow of Edward Cullen. As Bamigboye suggests, the challenge here is going to be scheduling; the nature of the piece requires the cast to all be together round a dining table for much of the shoot, and all these guys are busy and in demand, so don't be surprise if there's mixing and matching with who sticks with the project. Filming is planned to get underway in May, so it shouldn't be too long before we find out who's able to fit it into their schedules, and "Posh" should eventually open in 2014.


Quelle http://blogs.indiewire.com/theplaylist/r...t-posh-20130315




THE BORGIAS' Holliday Grainger in Talks to Join POSH Film Adaptation?



As reported by the Daily Mail, Holliday Grainger is in talks for a role in the film version of Laura Wade's play Posh for Blueprint Pictures. The movie is directed by Lone Scherfig (An Education).

Read the original report here.

As BWW previously reported, Max Irons, Sam Claflin and Douglas Booth are also in negotiations to appear in Posh. Robert Pattinson was under consideration but has opted not to take part in the project. Irons (The Host) is being considered for the lead role, and Grainger, if she accepts the offer, would play his girlfriend.

The Royal Court's summer 2012 West End-transfer production of Posh was described as, "In an oak-panelled room in Oxford, ten young bloods with cut-glass vowels and deep pockets are meeting, intent on restoring their right to rule. Members of an elite student dining society, the boys are bunkering down for a wild night of debauchery, decadence and bloody good wine. But this isn't just a jolly: they're planning a revolution. Welcome to the Riot Club."

Grainger currently stars as 'Lucrezia Borgia' in The Borgias and appeared as 'Estella' in 2012's film version of Great Expectations. She has also appeared on the big screen in The Scouting Book for Boys, Anna Karenina, Bel Ami, Jane Eyre, and in the TV series Demons and Waterloo Road and Where the Heart Is, among many other credits.


Quelle http://westend.broadwayworld.com/article...ation-20130328#

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