Simply Dane DeHaan
Two Lovers and a Bear
March 17, 2015
Principle photography has begun on “Two Lovers and a Bear” in chilly Timmins, Northern Ontario, where it is snowing, and will continue in Iqaluit in the Nunavut territory. Set in the frigid cold of the North Pole, the film stars Dane DeHaan (“The Amazing Spider-Man 2,” “Life”) and Tatiana Maslany (“Orphan Black”) as two young adults looking for love who not only have to deal with the harsh elements, but their own inner demons.
Roger Frappier of MAX Films is producing the film, which is written and directed by Kim Nguyen (Oscar-nominated Foreign Film “War Witch”). Co-producers are Jonathan Bronfman (“War Witch”) and Ellen Hamilton (“Kajutaijuq: The Spirit That Comes), with Jeff Sackman as executive producer. The cinematographer is Nicolas Bolduc (“War Witch,” “Enemy”).
Entertainment One (eOne)/Les Films Seville will distribute the film across Canada. TF1 International has acquired worldwide distribution rights and will sell the film at the Cannes Film Festival.
Another Man Shoot
March 12, 2015
Dame did a shoot for Another Man magazine. You can view the images from that shoot in our gallery and the article can be read below.
Dane DeHaan’s next role, as James Dean in Anton Corbijn’s Life, marks his crossover from complex outsider actor to leading man. Indeed, James Dean is the definitive leading man – the Rebel Without a Cause whose looks, charisma and tragically premature death aged just 24 cemented him into the collective consciousness as an icon of masculinity and mystery.
DeHaan is in the intriguing and difficult position of playing one of his heroes. “I’ve had a poster of Dean on my wall since I was in college and still do now,” he says in his interview with novelist and screenwriter Bruce Wagner. But this film compelled him not as a piece of hagiography – rather because “it tries to show how a normal person can be turned into an icon.” In DeHaan’s shoot with Alister Mackie and Willy Vanderperre, the young actor portrays a modern take on Hollywood masculinity dressed in jacquard and an insouciant lurex tie, all captured in this exclusive behind the scenes film.
Source: Another Man
Young Americans Petition
March 1, 2015
The discussions of the movie College Republicans which was re-titled to Young Americans has been discussed on the likes of Daniel Radcliffe and John Krokidas. Some eager to see the project made have started a petition. Thus, we would like for you to sign it and help us get 10 thousands signatures needed for it. The script by Wes Jones is that of a true story which sees Karl Rove (Dane DeHaan) commence a dirty campaign for the College Republican Chairman in 1973, aided along the way by Lee Atwater (Daniel Radcliffe). To sign the petition please go to the following url and sign it, please we need your help “Sign the Petition: Greenlight Young Americans”
Gallery going offline
February 9, 2015
Our gallery will be going offline. I have been unhappy with it so I am gonna redo it.
Happy Birthday Dane
February 6, 2015
When I started this site, I was working with Dane DeHaan Online. It was double work and it was fun till it started to feel like work. I remember when I started working on the site and people started contacting me. It was a nice time then and I sort of dropped off having to do promo for another site though still keeping an eye out on Dane when my time was free. It’s hard work, working on a fansite. But I wanted to do this colorization and not having any time to make what I wanted to do. I made time and set things aside to make this colorization. I have no idea what the true colors are so this is from my imagination. Happy Birthday Dane. I hope you had a nice one. Best wishes, Marcie Lucas.
Fansite of the Day
February 4, 2015
We were nominated for Fansite of the Day by The Fan Carpet. Thanks to them for nominating our site for that honor.
Set in a small town near the North Pole where roads lead to nowhere, the story follows Roman (DeHaan) and Lucy (Maslany), two burning souls who come together to make a leap for life and inner peace.
Maslany will be busy shooting “Orphan Black” through the beginning of March. She recently dropped out of Neil LaBute‘s upcoming play “The Way We Get By,” citing a scheduling conflict with an upcoming film. “Two Lovers and a Bear” is that project, though Maslany is also a finalist for Gareth Edwards’ “Star Wars” spinoff along with Felicity Jones. She next stars alongside Ryan Reynolds in Simon Curtis’ drama “Woman in Gold.”
DeHaan next stars as James Dean opposite Robert Pattinson in Anton Corbijn’s “Life,” and he’ll soon be seen in Justin Chadwick’s romantic drama “Tulip Fever.” He’s represented by CAA and MGMT Entertainment.
Source: The Wrap