Welcome to Simply Dane DeHaan, Dane is best known for his role in Chronicle, he's also been in Kill Your Darlings and the upcoming Valerian. This is the first fansite for Dane. What we add here is news about Dane and his wife Anna Wood on their upcoming projects, Interviews and the like. We do not however, display anything with Dane and Anna's personal life whether it be gossip or etc. If you have anything you would like to contribute feel free to email me at mrs_mlucas@lucashq.com you will receive full credit for anything you send in.
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Finally added a new layout and thanks to Dane-DeHaan.org for the photos. Now that we have a new layout a preview for Chapter 8 has been released for Kidnapped I plan on finishing this one off. So you can go to the fan fic archive and read who’s baby Michelle is having.

Calling All Designers! Now’s Your Chance to Work With Legendary Director Luc Besson

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Posted By: marcie | Posted On: October 18th, 2015 | No Comments | Posted in Fan Fiction, Site News

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Movies > Life (2015) > Life Screening (London)

Posted By: marcie | Posted On: September 24th, 2015 | No Comments | Posted in Gallery Updates

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Movies > Life (2015) > Deauville American Film Festival – Premiere

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Movies > Life (2015) > Photocall

Posted By: marcie | Posted On: September 5th, 2015 | No Comments | Posted in Life, Movies

A couple of fans came to me with this and after talking about it. I made a petition in support of The Amazing Spiderman 3. We know its highly unlikely that this will happen, but sometimes you just have to try. We got over 100 supporters so far. We hope to get more. If you would like to support it. You can follow the link below. I’ll work on some banners for it. So people can post those and spread the word.

Greenlight: The Amazing Spiderman 3

Posted By: marcie | Posted On: July 31st, 2015 | No Comments | Posted in Dane News

I have added new stills from Life as well as 1 set pic.

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Television > Un-named (2014)

Posted By: marcie | Posted On: June 22nd, 2015 | No Comments | Posted in Life, Movies


Moviemakers for the film Two Lovers and a Bear are asking Iqaluit City Council for help in turning off street lights during filming, saying it’s too expensive for them based on quotes they’ve received from the power company.

Apex will be the site of an important scene of the $8.8 million movie – where the main characters meet the polar bear for the first time.

Unit manager Francis Choquette told council the company was quoted a cost of $22,500 by the Qulliq Energy Corporation to shut off 15 lights in Apex, but they need to switch off 50.

“I’ve been on this project for over two years trying to push them to film in Nunavut, and now it’s happening,” Choquette told council Tuesday night.

“If I showed [the quotes] to my producer, I don’t think he will come to Iqaluit [for future projects] because of the cost.”

When Choquette approached city council this week, both the film company and the city had mistakenly thought approval had to come from QEC. In fact, any approval for turning off the lights would have to come from city council.

The film company will send a delegation to Iqaluit’s next council meeting on March 24 to formally submit its request.

Qulliq’s president Alain Barriault said the process is more complicated than just flipping a light switch. Linesmen will have to climb each light pole individually and disconnect the power source.

“We wouldn’t arbitrarily just turn them off just to meet somebody else’s convenience,” Barriault said.

“We have an agreement whereby we provide a service to the City and we can’t go turning it on and off unless it’s something that they’re requesting of us. So any agreement we would come in to would have to be with our client, not with the film company.”

Iqaluit streetlights give off coloured light

The reason the film crew wants the lights turned off is because they are sodium­-based and give off an orange-­green hue. They’d prefer to switch those off and instead install lighting towers with their own brighter, whiter, lights.

Councillor Joanasie Akumalik asked Choquette why they wouldn’t just buy a better camera, given the money they’re willing to spend on solving this problem.

“I wish it was that simple,” said Choquette. “I think it’s the latest technology in cameras. The camera is very sensitive. We did some tests in Montreal [with the same bulbs as on those lights] and it comes out orange and green. So it doesn’t work. We can’t shoot with those lights on.”

The movie is scheduled to start filming around Iqaluit next month, with the bulk of it being shot in Apex April 13 to 23. Only four of those days will be night shoots.

Choquette said they will leave their own lights up during some periods and in certain places, even when they’re not filming. Still, some in Apex are concerned.

“My concern is the safety of my child, and other children in Apex, as well as adults who may be on the road come dark. It’s just a general safety concern,” said Apex resident Kerry McCluskey, who added she’s had some close calls with collisions, despite driving slowly.

“Things happen. It gets dark at 7:30 p.m. and kids aren’t necessarily home at that point. I don’t want to throw a wrench into their plans, but what’s more important to me than filming is that my kid and other kids in Apex are safe.”

The film company will hold a public meeting on Tuesday, March 17, at 7 p.m. at Okpik Hall in Apex to discuss the proposal with residents.

Source: CBC.ca

Posted By: marcie | Posted On: May 25th, 2015 | No Comments | Posted in Movies, Two Lovers and a Bear

¨ Two Lovers and a Bear ¨  /  Directed by  Kim Nguyen Photo: Philippe Bosse

¨ Two Lovers and a Bear ¨ / Directed by Kim Nguyen
Photo: Philippe Bosse

The Quebec filmmaker Kim Nguyen finished Friday shooting his next film, Two Lovers and A Bear, which took place largely in the far north of the Arctic cold. Back on set “demanding, but oh so magical.”

Working in the film industry for over 40 years, the producer Roger Frappier (Seducing Doctor Lewis) lived all kinds of adventures at the mercy of film sets he frequented. Despite all this baggage of experience, he said he had a “unique experience” going to spend a month in Iqaluit, Nunavut.

“The conditions were difficult with the extreme cold, but it’s been one of the finest shooting I have experienced for a long time, tells Roger Frappier in an interview to the Journal.

“By living in this setting ice for a month, everyone who worked on the film the feeling of having experienced something unique and special.” During the weeks in the Canadian North, director Kim Nguyen (Rebel) and his team faced a blizzard and temperatures in -30º every day.

“I would still we chose the right time to shoot the film, said Roger Frappier.

“In April there, the snow is still present, but the temperatures are starting to warm up a bit. If we had stayed one month earlier, we would have faced even colder temperatures. We had very cold anyway, but we were lucky in the circumstances. ”

Featuring the Canadian and American Tatiana Maslany Dane DeHaan (the Orphan Black series) (The Amazing Spider-Man 2), Two Lovers and A Bear recounts the meeting between two broken souls in a small Northern city.

“It’s a love story that becomes almost psychedelic because of the setting in which it takes place, says director Kim Nguyen.

“I must say that everything exceeded my expectations for this shoot. Both actors were excellent and the images we shot were beautiful. It was not easy to shoot there, but we could have reproduced this decoration anywhere else. ”

As its title suggests, A Bear and Two Lovers (two lovers and a bear) also features a polar bear. A bear that producers brought in Vancouver and who shared many scenes with the actors of the film.

“We shot the scenes with the bear in Timmins, Ontario, because we could not make air travel to Nunavut, says Roger Frappier.

“We made sure not to put anyone in danger, but at times, the players were within six feet of the bear. What is rather amusing is that it is a polar bear that is not
accustomed to cold because he has spent his life in Vancouver. There is even a night we had to stop filming because the bear was too cold! ”

Two Lovers and A Bear will be in theaters in 2016

Source: journaldemontreal.com

Posted By: marcie | Posted On: May 25th, 2015 | No Comments | Posted in Movies, Two Lovers and a Bear