Simply Dane DeHaan
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
Tulip Fever Cast
January 28, 2015
Here’s a cast members account from Tulip Fever, you can read more down below.
Luckily enough a kind hearted steward allowed us access to view more closely the chosen location, a hidden courtyard of Smithfield Almshouses for a new film entitled, Tulip Fever adapted from a cult novel by Deborah Moggach. The film follows the life of Cornelis Sandvoort, (Christoph Waltz,) a man who has made his fortune on the tulip boom of the early 17th century and his alluring wife, Sophia (Alicia Vikander) and her ‘interest’ in a young artist (Dane DeHaan) who is chosen to paint her portrait.
New pics added
January 28, 2015
Kill Your Darlings Interview
January 28, 2015
Here’s a new Kill Your Darlings interview I never posted. There’s two clips so be sure to watch both.
Life at Berlinale 2015
January 17, 2015
Berlinale Special is part of the official programme and presents recent works by contemporary filmmakers, biopics of renowned personalities as well as extraordinary formats. With many prominent guests expected to attend, gala screenings will be held at the Friedrichstadt-Palast, the Zoo Palast and the Kino International.
The presentations at the Haus der Berliner Festspiele will again include moderated discussions with the filmmakers after the screenings.
Robert Pattinson (The Twilight Saga, Cosmopolis) and Dane DeHaan (Kill Your Darlings, Lawless, The Place Beyond The Pines) will star as renowned Magnum photographer Dennis Stock and Hollywood legend James Dean in Anton Corbijn’s (Control) next feature film ‘Life’. Stock was 26, old before his time and already tied down to family life. Into his buttoned-down world came fledgling star James Dean, a free spirit who would change popular culture from suits to jeans and from matinee idols to teenage heartthrobs. The assignment, which took the pair on a road trip around the US, would change Stock’s life and provide the world with some of the most iconic images of the age.
Berlinale Special Gala at the Zoo Palast
Dane in Vogue
January 12, 2015
Translated by Google
The advantage of a face magnetic and indecipherable as his, with those two slots of ice slightly imborsite (despite his young age, 29 years in February), more eloquent than a thousand words, a little ‘to Brad Pitt (without resorting to Paul Newman) , a contemporary-stylish, effortlessly cool, and a vocation chameleon on the set, it can be to become the actor (among rookies) most disputed of the moment to deliver Hollywood.E seeing the title of “new DiCaprio”: the resemblance is indeed impressive (see the young Leo’s Eating Gilbert Grape). Happy about this? Admiration for his colleague is so great, but Dane DeHaan looks well beyond.
The disadvantage – if it can be defined – can instead be to receive proposals to interpret particular characters from its ambiguous and murky, when not to bad.
A child prodigy, after graduating from North Carolina School of the Arts, he moved to New York where he made his debut on Broadway with success – even if claims not considered good enough for the theater – earning an Obie Award for his portrayal of lone student Evan Shelmerdine the aliens in the production of Annie Baker. Then it was a gay teenager in conflict with parents in the HBO series In Treatment, which marked his debut on TV; bashful schoolboy victim of bullying and domestic violence that suddenly has super powers, she takes it in the science fiction film Chronicle; clandestine distiller of whiskey (a so-called “moonshiner”) opposite Shia LaBeouf in dramatic Lawless director John Hillcoat and with a screenplay by Nick Cave. And yet: intense and moving into the role of Jason, the son of the good bad Ryan Gosling in the film by Derek Cianfrance The place beyond the pines (“Like a Thunder”); introverted and damned, in balance between empathy and anger submerged in Kill your darlings-Young Rebels alongside Daniel Radcliffe (in the role of Allen Ginsberg); in the role of villain Green Goblin in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, but also brilliant in some ways in the black comedy Life after Beth.
“I choose the roles that I propose based on the potential that I see growing interpreting them, I rate them as opportunities to improve in the craft of acting. The more the task seems impossible to me more in the end I am convinced you want to do. I like challenges, repeating the same character boring, “says the actor originally from Pennsylvania.