Oliver Parker's latest telling of the famed story of Dorian Gray is finally coming home to American DVD and Blu-ray, and we've got the skinny and the artwork for ya!
Our friends across the pond have a new horror film in their cinemas this weekend, Oliver Parker's retelling of the classic Oscar Wilde tale Dorian Gray. Our latest commodity out of the UK, Gareth Jones, caught the flick and sent along a review.
Reviewed by Gareth Jones Starring Ben Barnes, Colin Firth, Rachel Hurd-Wood, Rebecca Hall Directed by Oliver Parker
As if yesterday's clip wasn't enough, we've gotten two more and an interview with Dorian Gray star Ben Barnes for you to dig on! UK cinemas will get their first taste of Oliver Parker's film, which is based on the book The Picture of Dorian Gray, next week.
Next week UK cinemas will get their first taste of Oliver Parker's Dorian Gray, which is based on the book The Picture of Dorian Gray and stars Ben Barnes and Colin Firth. The first clip from the flick has just popped up, and as we near its release date, I'm sure we'll be seeing a lot more of it soon, including a review!
Just a few days ago we got ahold of several new stills from Momentum Pictures' upcoming Dorian Gray adaptation, and now we have a look at the UK quad poster. I have to say I like it ... quite a lot.
Momentum Pictures has released the first stills from the upcoming redux of Oscar Wilde's The Portrait of Dorian Gray, now shortened to simply Dorian Gray, and we have them for you spooky and aging.
The international teaser trailer has surfaced today from the upcoming adaptation of Oscar Wildes’ The Portrait of Dorian Gray, now shortened to simply Dorian Gray, and it's lookin' pretty good.
The poster has surfaced today for Oliver Parker's "more-horrific" adaptation of Oscar Wilde's The Portrait of Dorian Gray, now shortened to simply Dorian Gray, and if you stare at it long enough, it will age before your eyes!
Some new imagery has surfaced today from the upcoming horrific adaptation of Oscar Wildes’ The Portrait of Dorian Gray, now shortened to simply Dorian Gray. Oh, and by “horrific” I mean that it’s being made as a horror movie, not that it’s really bad. That remains to be seen.
Sometimes being ensconced so deeply in the world of horror, it’s nearly impossible to pay attention to anything else. So when Variety announces that rising star Rebecca Hall has officially joined Oliver Parker’s adaptation of Dorian Gray, I realize have no idea who this girl is.
Shooting on Oliver Parker’s Dorian Gray adaptation is set to begin this week, so the final cast announcements are coming out now. This morning THR reported that Colin Firth (Apartment Zero, Then She Found Me) has officially signed on for the role of Lord Henry Wolton.
It’s been a while since anyone has tried to create a new version of Oscar Wilde’s iconic novel The Picture of Dorian Gray, but inevitably a new adaptation has to come up every generation or so; that’s why the book is iconic.