And much like the original tome, adapted this time by Conjuring writers Chad and Carey Hayes, it’s all about keeping the audience guessing as much as Davis’ grunge-loving character (the 1994 period and Ireland-for-Seattle location setting means there are lots of get-out clauses for why Kate doesn’t dig deeper into the family history — no mobile phone, no Google etc).
Born June 7, 1952 in Northern Ireland, the actor has made a killing as Hollywood’s definitive aging badass in countless movies, such as the Arctic survivalist drama The Grey or the grittier, big screen update of The A-Team , roles that started coming down the pipeline after Neeson starred as the hero of the international hit thriller Taken.
Special effects creative supervisor Neal Scanlan told a zany story at Star Wars Celebration, noting that when the crew was shooting sea cow scenes in Ireland, an American couple starting snapping images of the brand new Star Wars creature from a distance.
— Huggydaddy (@huggydaddy) Following the collective confusion by fans of The Notebook questioning reality, Netflix UK & Ireland recently tweeted this to set a few things straight: Things you should know… – we did not edit the notebook – an alternate version exists and was supplied to us – we are getting to the bottom of it asap – apparently some films have more than one ending?!
Seven markets saw local productions take the year’s No. 1 spot, while “Avengers: Infinity War” topped six markets, including the U.K. The average number of admissions per person across UNIC territories remained level at 1.5 per year, with the highest rate in Ireland (3.3) and France (3.2).
Sky Lands Andy McNab Action Thriller ‘SAS: Red Notice,’ Altitude Boards Sales Pay-TV giant Sky has taken the U.K. and Ireland rights to “SAS: Red Notice,” the Magnus Martens’ action thriller based on the novel by former British special forces operative turned bestselling writer Andy McNab. Sky Cinema will release the film in 2020.
When I eventually thought, 'What the f**k are you doing?', you know?" Neeson said he learned the "need for revenge" while growing up in Northern Ireland during years of sectarian violence in the British province known as The Troubles . The Independent said Neeson told his story during a 17-minute interview conducted in a New York City hotel.
The focus on gender equality and diversity will continue into the future.” Screen Ireland, formerly known as the Irish Film Board, is now looking for a new boss.
Gravitas Ventures Acquires Irish Comedy ‘Lost & Found’ Irish writer/director Liam O Mochain’s third feature film, “Lost & Found,” has been picked up by Gravitas Ventures for all rights worldwide, excluding Ireland, U.K., Australia and New Zealand.