The Resident‘s official website has uploaded more stills from the film. There are numerous on their site if you want to check them out, but a handful featuring Lee have been added to the gallery. Enjoy!
You can check out the On Demand trailer/featurette for Ceremony, now on the Magnolia Pictures Sneak Previews website. There’s some new footage from the film not included in the theatrical trailer, plus a few short cast interviews. Lee Pace himself talks about his character, Whit, and how he feels about Sam’s (Michael Angarano) presence. I’ve also added caps from this featurette and the trailer to the gallery.
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SXSW has announced their film line-up for the 2011 festival, happening March 11-20 in Austin, TX. Among the movies selected is Ceremony, Max Winkler’s major directorial debut featuring Lee Pace (alongside Uma Thurman and Michael Angarano). There’s no word yet as to whether or not Lee will actually be there. You can register to attend the event here.
It’s already been reported that Ceremony would see a TV On Demand release, but it looks as if The Resident will be getting the same treatment. According to Business Wire, the Hammer Films thriller will be available for DIRECTV subscribers to watch at home on February 18th; this is also the rumored limited theatrical release date. Remember, The Resident will be available on DVD/Blu-ray, in the US, March 29th. (Caution: there are spoilers in the comments.)
Since news on Lee Pace has been relatively slow lately, with him not making any public appearances recently, I’ve been adding some HQ images to the gallery. They are of old events, but some of them aren’t duplicates of pictures already in the gallery so you might want to take a peek. I’ll (hopefully) be adding the last batch tomorrow: a collection from the 2008 Emmy Awards.
• Public Appearances > 2007 > 07/25: Summer TCA Tour ’07, Day Sixteen
• Public Appearances > 2008 > 03/15: 25th Annual William S. Paley TV Festival – “Pushing Daisies”
• Public Appearances > 2008 > 06/08: Monte Carlo Television Festival ’08, Day Three
What with slow Lee Pace news, I’ve been adding more images to the gallery. The above photos are from 2008, during a screening of The Fall at MoMa in New York. (Thank you to those who were helping me place the event!) I’ve also added something like twenty images to the ‘Pushing Daisies’ press conference held in Beverly Hills in 2008, seen here. A full list of updated albums can be seen below:
• Miscellaneous » Unknown (3)
• Photo Shoots » Set #000 – Miscellaneous (1)
• Photo Shoots » Set #012 (1)
• Public Appearances » 2008 » 04/16: MoMA Premiere: Tarsem’s The Fall (3)
• Public Appearances » 2008 » 02/18: Bondi Icebergs (1)
• Public Appearances » 2008 » 07/26: Comic-Con International ’08 (3)
• Public Appearances » 2008 » 09/21: “Pushing Daisies” Press Conference (20)
• Public Appearances » 2008 » 09/21: “Entertainment Tonight” Emmy Party Sponsored by People (2)
I’ve added a few new pictures of Lee Pace from an older photo shoot. I believe the images came from a press junket, although I’m not entirely sure. A couple of film stills for The Resident and The Fall have also been added; check out the gallery.
Two videos briefly featuring Lee have been uploaded to the Video Archive, one of Lee and Kristin Chenoweth together at the Emmy Awards ’08 and another of Lee in Monte Carlo.
Finally, the last of the screen caps have been added to the gallery. You can now find over 3,000 images from Possession, including DVD extras (two deleted scenes and a featurette) and even the 30-minute alternative ending. Enjoy, but beware of spoilers!
You may also want to check out the animations page, as it has been updated with .gifs from recently capped films (including 16 from Marmaduke and 7 from When In Rome).