Lee Pace : Infos zur US DVD & Blu ray für " Lincoln "
Lincoln Will Hit Blu-ray With A Slew Of Historical Bonus Features
Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln may not have garnered the Academy Award for Best Picture, but it was still nominated for plenty of accolades—a total of 108 so far, to be exact, with 47 total wins. Suffice to say, Lincoln is one of this year’s most acclaimed films, and if you haven’t gotten the opportunity to watch it yet, you should be able to catch the film when it hits homes on March 26.
Lincoln is in some ways a portrait of the United States’ 16th president and partly the tale of securing the 13th Amendment to the Constitution. Daniel Day-Lewis plays Honest Abe in an Oscar and Golden Globe-winning performance, but the all star cast doesn’t end there. With Tommy Lee Jones, Sally Field, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, James Spader, and David Strathaim all playing historically-based characters, the period movie is lengthy, but worth watching.
While Lincoln will be hitting Blu-ray, DVD, and digital download, it’s worth taking a look at the full list of bonus features, as different combo packs will offer different extras. If you are a big history buff or really, really loved Spielberg’s film, the Blu-ray Combo Pack Super Set by far comes with the most extras, many of them featuring interviews with the director himself. DVD and 2-disc Blu-ray copies, while cheaper, will come with far fewer extras. As far as bonus features go, releases that are able to offer a historical perspective are often really great, but it’s totally up to you to determine whether a few extras are worth a more expensive list price.
4-Disc Blu-ray Combo Pack Super Set (Blu-ray + Bonus Blu-ray + DVD + Digital) “The Journey To Lincoln” Making of segment •“A Historic Tapestry: Richmond, Virginia”—Steven Spielberg and team discuss the historical significance of Richmond, Virginia • In The Company Of Character”—Delve into Daniel Day-Lewis’ portrayal of Lincoln •“Crafting The Past”—Examine the re-creation of Lincoln’s era through authentic period details in production design, costume and makeup. •“Living With Lincoln”—Shooting the film •“In Lincoln’s Footsteps”—Explore the film’s editing and sound design
2-Disc Blu-ray Combo Pack (1-Disc Blu-ray + 1-Disc DVD) “The Journey To Lincoln” • “A Historic Tapestry: Richmond, Virginia”
Lee Pace in Final Negotiations to Play Villain in 'Guardians of the Galaxy' (Exclusive)
April 23, 2013 @ 2:14 pm
The "Hobbit" star would join Chris Pratt and Zoe Saldana in Disney and Marvel's comicbook movie
Lee Pace ("The Hobbit") is in final negotiations to play the villain in Disney and Marvel's "Guardians of the Galaxy," an individual familiar with the project has told TheWrap.
The identity of Pace's villainous character is being kept under wraps.
"Guardians of the Galaxy" finds Quill leading a group of alien superheroes as they protect the solar system from an evil alien race.
The cast currently features Chris Pratt as Star Lord, Zoe Saldana as Gamora, WWE star Dave Bautista as Drax the Destroyer and Michael Rooker as Yondu. Ophelia Lovibond will also co-star in an unknown supporting role.
Production will start in June and Disney will release the film on Aug. 1, 2014.
Last November, Pace was mentioned as one of several actors being considered to play hero Peter Quill, aka Star Lord. Pratt ultimately won that role but Marvel was impressed with Pace's audition and kept him in mind when it came time to cast the villain.
Pace, who recently worked with Steven Spielberg on "Lincoln" and had a supporting role in "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2," plays Thranduil in Peter Jackson's "Hobbit" trilogy.
On the small screen, he starred in Bryan Fuller's acclaimed series "Pushing Daisies" and "Wonderfalls," and will soon be seen as the lead in AMC's pilot "Halt & Catch Fire," which co-stars Scoot McNairy and Mackenzie Davis.
"Der Hobbit"-Star Lee Pace spielt den Bösen in Marvels "Guardians of the Galaxy"
Marvels Helden-Ensemble aus "Guardians of the Galaxy" hat nun auch einen Gegenspieler: Lee Pace ("The Fall", Thranduil in "Der Hobbit"). Welchen bösen Part er genau übernimmt, wird noch geheimgehalten. Aber es gibt schon einige Spekulationen.
Es geht munter weiter: Nachdem wir euch am gestrigen Dienstag (23. April 2013) schon berichteten, dass sich "A Single Shot"-Star Ophelia Lovibond dem Cast von "Guardians of the Galaxy" anschließt, gibt es jetzt auch den passenden Bösewicht dazu. The Wrap meldet, dass der unter anderem aus der TV-Serie "Pushing Daisies" bekannte Lee Pace ("Der Hobbit", "Breaking Dawn 2") in den finalen Verhandlungen für die Comicverfilmung steckt. Er soll den Bösewicht spielen. Welchen genau wird noch strikt unter Verschluss gehalten. Er könnte zum Beispiel das beinahe unsterbliche Wesen 'The Collector' oder Thanos verkörpern. Doch das erfahren wir vermutlich zum angepeilten Drehbeginn in England im Juni 2013.
Neben Ophelia Lovibond ("Summer in February") sind auch schon Michael Rooker ("The Walking Dead") als Yondu, Chris Pratt ("Fast verheiratet") als Star-Lord sowie Dave Bautista ("Riddick") als Drax the Destroyer gesetzt. Lee Pace reiht sich bei Vertragsabschluss also in ein interessantes Kollektiv von Darstellern ein. "Guardians Of The Galaxy" von James Gunn startet am 28. August 2014 in den Kinos.
Spielt Lee Pace bald im Movie zu " Lance Armstrong " mit ? ‘Hobbit’ Star Lee Pace Joins Ben Foster in Lance Armstrong Movie (Exclusive)
Stephen Frears is directing the John Hodge-scripted drama for Working Title
“The Hobbit” star Lee Pace has joined the cast of Stephen Frears’ untitled Lance Armstrong movie that stars Ben Foster as the controversial cyclist, TheWrap has learned.
Working Title is producing the Studio Canal-funded movie, which screenwriter John Hodge (“Trance”) adapted from journalist David Walsh’s book “Seven Deadly Sins: My Pursuit of Lance Armstrong.”
Chris O’Dowd co-stars as Walsh, while “Breaking Bad” star Jesse Plemons and Guillaume Canet have key supporting roles.
The film chronicles Armstrong’s rise to fame and fall from grace, including his Tour de France championships and battle with cancer. Walsh was among the integral figures who helped expose doping within professional cycling.
Pace’s role remains under wraps.
Working Title’s Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner are producing with Kate Solomon and Frears’ longtime producing partner Tracey Seaward. Working Title’s Liza Chasin and Amelia Granger will executive produce.
Pace, who reprises his role as Thranduil in “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug,” recently co-starred in Steven Spielberg’s “Lincoln.” The “Pushing Daisies” veteran will soon be seen as the villainous Ronan the Accuser in Marvel’s “Guardians of the Galaxy.”