Here’s an interesting video, it tells you where WWZ will be filming this coming weekend and some on set footage. Ha, I just love the reporter’s accent. Check it out.
• x019 On set: Glasgow, Scotland (08/24/11).
BIG-HEARTED Brad Pitt halted filming his zombie epic in Scotland yesterday (08/21) – to back a hard-up kids’ football team.
Brad, 47, put his £80million blockbuster World War Z on hold to pose for fundraising photos with Cardonald Thistle under-14s.
The star had been filming in a disused branch of budget superstore Kwik Save in Glasgow.
The boys, based just a goal kick away, turned up on spec to ask for a picture and were stunned when Brad said yes.
The team had been taking part in a sponsored 10k challenge to raise money for a tournament in Spain.
Coach John Paterson said: “We only got five minutes with him but he was great with the kids. He asked them how they were and about the run.
Read more/discuss. Thanks Anu & Gabriella.
BEVERLY HILLS, California — Terrence Malick kicks off his new film, “The Tree of Life,” with a bang. The Big Bang, actually. Over the next 138 minutes, the viewer witnesses a journey through history that ends up in a small town in Texas. Critics seem to agree that you’ll either love it or hate it.
“Terrence Malick has vision,” Brad Pitt, who stars in the film, tells The Japan Times. “He’s not about commercial concerns, he’s about stretching filmmaking to the limit.”
It’s a vision that not everyone is seeing, but those who do are impressed. The critic Roger Ebert called the film a “form of prayer” that made him “alert to the awe of existence.” The film also won the Palme d’Or at this year’s Cannes Film Festival in France.
Malick is famous for not giving interviews. He has directed six films since debuting with the short “Lanton Mills” in 1969. This lack of output has been attributed to his perfectionist approach to making movies. As Japan Times film critic Giovanni Fazio pointed out in last week’s review of “The Tree of Life,” this can be both a curse and a blessing.
However, Pitt stands by Malick’s perfectionism, “When Terrence makes a movie, he takes his time. He can’t be dictated to. He’ll wait just as long as he needs to start shooting.”
Read more @ BP Press. Thanks Anu.