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News from the Killing Bono blog, Barnians! Here you are a fantastic video behind the scenes of the poster shoot!
We hang out on location with Ben and Robbie and show you some behind-the-scenes snippets of the Killing Bono poster shoot. Coming up….we’ll be sharing some exclusive pictures of the cast and crew from the film set, so stay tuned!
Thanks wonderful Regys!
Review from Alison Spicer
Excellent adaptation of much loved novel!, Sep 19, 2010
reviewer: Alison Spicer from London -
Saw the play on the opening night. I loved the book and I thought that the adaptation was brilliant and really caught the spirit of the stultifying bourgeois society in Amiens, and the terrifying claustrophobia of the trenches and the tunnels. The casting was excellent, with Ben Barnes superb as Stephen Wraysford. I would also single out Lee Ross as a heartwrenchingly lovable Jack Firebrace. Highly recommended.
Source: The Comedy Theatre
Review from Jack Nadel London
JNI Trip to the Theatre on Birdsong’s Opening Night
Read it HERE
News from Killing Bono’s blog, Barnians!
NEWSFLASH!! Paramount have announced that Killing Bono is set for a UK Premiere in Spring 2011!
Can’t wait to see the film?? Well for those of you based in Dublin (where our film’s story has its roots), those who can make themselves available for a short flight – or a slightly more hair raising boat trip – the very first peek at the promotional footage for the film can be seen at what is quickly gaining a reputation as one of the most exciting and challenging events in the international music calendar:
THE MUSIC SHOW on Sunday 3rd October at 3pm in the Main Hall of The RDS, Dublin.
RDS (The Royal Dublin Society)
Merrion Road, Ballsbridge
Click on the banner to check THE MUSIC SHOW website for tickets and info!
Killing Bono Blog just tweeted about it: a new video, with Ben talking about ADR :)
You can find it here.
Source: Killing Bono Blog
Our dear Regys found some quotes from people who had the chance to attend the Movie-Con! Read below what they say:
Highlights for me were Danny Boyle, Town called Panic, getting to ask the great Kenneth Branagh a question, Cary Elwes (could not stop grinning), Daniel Radcliffe (a wonderful bundle of nervous energy), Chloe Moretz giving as good as she got, the surprisingly hilarious Ben Barnes
Boy-wizard Daniel Radcliffe was bloody adorable and Prince Caspian was unbelievably hot.
from Twentyseven’s blog
AnATerrA posted this great mix of quotes on Deviantart! Click on the pic for the original size!
Pics with fans
Below you can watch a great video where you will take a look at some photos with Ben and his fans in Madrid!