Glassland is the second feature from Irish director Gerard Barrett, who made this year’s drama Pilgrim Hill. He starts shooting on the new film January 8 with Toni Collette, Jack Reynor (Transformers: Age Of Extinction), Will Poulter (We’re The Millers) and Michael Smiley (A Field In England) aboard. The Dublin-set story follows a young taxi driver (Reynor) who gets tangled up in the world of human trafficking while trying to save his mother (Collette) from addiction. Barrett wrote the screenplay. Ed Guiney and Juliette Bonass are producing for Ireland’s Element Pictures in association with Nine Entertainment. Element’s Andrew Lowe is exec producer. Up-and-comer Reynor is returning to his roots with Glassland. The actor got a ringing endorsement from Michael Bay last January when he tapped the Irish thesp for the new Transformers. At the time, Bay wrote on his website, “I just hired a great new actor for Transformers 4 to star against Mark Wahlberg. Jack Reynor, he is an Irish kid that came to America with 30 bucks in his pocket. Pretty ballsy. Seriously who does that? Anyway I spotted him in a great little Irish movie What Richard Did. This kid is the real deal.”
It’s been very quite about “A Long Way Down” since the film was shot 2 years ago. Now, the Nick Hornby adaptation starring Pierce Brosnan, Toni Collette, Aaron Paul and Imogen Poots, has found a release date in the United Kingdom – March 07. A release date for Germany – April 3 – has been released as well.
567 HD captures from Hostages’ ninth episode “Loose Ends” have been added to the gallery. Credit goes to screencapped.net.
518 HD captures (now in 1080p) from Hostages’ eighth episode “The Good Reason” have been added to the gallery. Credit goes to screencapped.net.
231 HD captures from Hostages’ seventh episode “Hail Mary” have been added to the gallery. Credit goes to screencapped.net.
|Here’s another great find from the archives. In 2000, Toni received a Tony Award nomination as Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical for playing Queenie in “The Wild Party”, only months after receiving an Oscar nomination for “The Sixth Sense”. The Tony went to Heather Headley for “Aida”. But maybe, with the recent news of Toni’s return to Broadway in “The Realistic Joneses”, we’ll be seeing her at the ceremony again soon.|
306 HD captures from Hostages’ sixth episode “Sister’s Keeper” have been added to the gallery. Credit goes to TV Screencaps.