Simply Dane DeHaan
Spiderman and Tulip Fever
April 23, 2014
There’s lots of stuff coming out with Spiderman promos, premiere for New York, the cast on GMA and so much more its been hard to keep up with. But I laid it all out on the facebook page that is going directly to our twitter.
Here’s the latest news:
Marc Webb Hints At J. Jonah Jameson In Amazing Spider-Man 3
Also found two old photos from Sundance from the NYTimes and A Personal Blog from Tanya Foster
Film extras from Kent wanted for Tulip Fever movie
The feature film is Tulip Fever which features the likes of Dane DeHaan, who portrayed the Green Goblin in the Amazing Spider-Man 2, and Christoph Waltz, whose credits include Django Unchained and the Muppets Most Wanted.
Tulip Fever, produced by Ruby Films which was behind The Other Boleyn Girl and Jane Eyre, is a 17th century love story directed by Justin Chadwick who previously directed Mandela: Lond Walk to Freedom.
Casting company Uni-versalEXTRAS are looking for males and females aged between 17 to 100 to take part with open auditions taking place at MidKent College’s Gillingham campus in Medway Road between 10am and 4pm this Saturday, April 26.
Filming will take place in Rochester and Tilbury, in Essex, on various dates throughout June and July.
IGN Q & A – April 15
April 5, 2014
Pictures from Life
March 11, 2014
Added a new set from Life where Dane and Robert took a ride on a motorcycle. So there is 58 for you to browse through. I also worked on something that i haven’t posted here which is a fanlisting for Kill Your Darlings. You can join it here if you a fan of the movie. There’s some graphics in the about section so if your interested feel free to check them out.
Dane DeHaan on Life
February 19, 2014
Devil’s Knot release May 9
February 10, 2014
Devil’s Knot, Atom Egoyan’s docudrama about the West Memphis Three, will arrive in U.S. theaters and on VOD on May 9. Starring Reese Witherspoon and Colin Firth, the movie recounts the tragic true story of three missing boys in the religious community of Memphis, Ark., and the frenzied rush to justice that condemned three teenagers to prison for a horrific crime. The West Memphis Three — Damien Echols, Jesse Misskelley Jr., and Jason Baldwin — were convicted in 1994 of murdering the three boys, in part because of hyped suspicions that the trio were satanists. Doubts about the three men’s guilt were widespread, though, and their plight became a cause célèbre that resulted in several documentaries that shed new light on the case.
In the film, Witherspoon plays the mother of one of the victims, but her anguish gives way to doubts as community fears and hysteria gain momentum leading up to the trial. Firth plays Ron Lax, the private investigator who becomes suspicious of the community’s rush to judgment and pokes holes in the evidence used to convict the teenagers.
In a small supporting role, Dane DeHaan plays a suspect who narrowly avoids major scrutiny once the cloud of suspicion shifts to the other three teens.
Dane DeHaan: BAFTA EE Rising Star Award interview
January 21, 2014
We caught up with him last week to get his reaction to the nomination, as well as talking Spider-Man, his James Dean biopic and Life After Beth…
Congrats on your BAFTA nomination. How did you find out you’d been nominated?
I was… I found out on Twitter. [laughs] I woke up and it’s later in London, so things had already happened there.
Crazy that we found out before you did…
Well, it’s a crazy world! I feel like I find out things via Twitter more often than you’d think.
What else have you found out on Twitter?
Awards, y’know. I found out I got nominated for a Gotham award on Twitter. I had gotten a text message from a friend that said, Congratulations. And I didn’t know what he was talking about. I went on Gotham and it was, like, You’ve been nominated for a Gotham award! I was like, Wow, that’s what he was talking about.
Source: Total Film
Dane DeHaan on Zombies and ‘Life After Beth’
January 21, 2014