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Mortal Engines

Mortal Engines

  Hundreds of years after civilization was destroyed by a cataclysmic event, a mysterious young woman, Hester Shaw (Hera Hilmar), emerges as the only one who can stop London — now a giant, predator city on wheels — from devouring everything in its path. Feral, and fiercely driven by the memory of her mother, Hester joins forces with Tom Natsworthy (Robert Sheehan), an outcast from London, along with Anna Fang (Jihae), a dangerous outlaw with a bounty on her head.
Initial release: December 13, 2018 (Germany)
Director: Christian Rivers
Based on: Mortal Engines; by Philip Reeve
Budget: 100 million USD
Production companies: Universal Pictures, Media Rights Capital, WingNut Films   

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IN THEATERS DECEMBER 14

Hundreds of years after civilization was destroyed by a cataclysmic event, a mysterious young woman, Hester Shaw (Hera Hilmar), emerges as the only one who can stop London — now a giant, predator city on wheels — from devouring everything in its path. Feral, and fiercely driven by the memory of her mother, Hester joins forces with Tom Natsworthy (Robert Sheehan), an outcast from London, along with Anna Fang (Jihae), a dangerous outlaw with a bounty on her head.

Mortal Engines is the startling, new epic adventure directed by Oscar®-winning visual-effects artist Christian Rivers (King Kong). Joining Rivers are The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings trilogies three-time Academy Award®-winning filmmakers Peter Jackson, Fran Walsh and Philippa Boyens, who have penned the screenplay. Visual effects are created by a Weta Digital team led by Ken McGaugh, Kevin Smith, Luke Millar and Dennis Yoo. The Universal and MRC adaptation is from the award-winning book series by Philip Reeve, published in 2001 by Scholastic.

On board as producers are Zane Weiner (The Hobbit trilogy), Amanda Walker (The Hobbit trilogy) and Deborah Forte (Goosebumps), as well as Walsh and Jackson. Ken Kamins (The Hobbit trilogy) joins Boyens as executive producer. Universal will distribute the film worldwide.

Cast & Crew

CAST

Hugo Weaving, Hera Hilmar, Robert Sheehan, Jihae, Ronan Raferty, Leila George, Patrick Malahide, and Stephen Lang  

DIRECTOR

Christian Rivers 

WRITER

Fran Walsh, Philippa Boyens, Peter Jackson 

BASED ON THE BOOK BY

Philip Reeve

PRODUCER

Zane Weiner, Amanda Walker, Deborah Forte, Fran Walsh, Peter Jackson 

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER

Ken Kamins, Philippa Boyens

Cast:

Robert-Sheehan

                Robert-Sheehan

Robert Michael Sheehan (Irish: Roibeárd Mícheál Ó Siodhacháin; born 7 January 1988) is an Irish actor. He is best known for television roles such as Nathan Young in Misfits and Darren in Love/Hate, as well as the 2009 film Cherrybomb alongside Rupert Grint. He also co-starred in the film Killing Bono as Ivan McCormick. In late 2011, he starred in John Crowley’s production of J. M. Synge’s comic play The Playboy of the Western World at the Old Vic Theatre in London. Most recently, he has appeared in Geostorm with  Gerard Butler and the second season of National Geographic’s Genius: Picasso with Antonio Banderas. Sheehan has three IFTA nominations and one BAFTA nomination. He also shared a BAFTA award with the cast of Misfits.
In 2013, he portrayed Simon Lewis in the film adaptation of The Mortal
Hera Hilmar

                        Hera Hilmar

Hera Hilmar (born Hera Hilmarsdóttir; 27 December 1988) is an Icelandic actress. She is most famous for her role as Vanessa in the television series Da Vinci’s Demons and as Eik in the Icelandic film Life in a Fishbowl. She was nominated for an Edda in 2007 for her role in The Quiet Storm. She is a graduate of the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. She is the daughter of actress Þórey Sigþórsdóttir and film director Hilmar Oddsson.

Hera Hilmar
Born
Hera Hilmarsdóttir

27 December 1988 (age 29)

Iceland
Occupation Actress
Years active 1995–1998, 2007–present

 

Stephen Lang

               Stephen Lang

Born July 11, 1952 (age 66)

New York City, New York, U.S.
Education George School
Alma mater Swarthmore College
Occupation Actor, playwright
Years active 1981–present
Spouse(s)
Kristina Watson (m. 1980)
Children 4
Parent(s) Eugene Lang
Theresa Volmer
Relatives Jane Lang (sister)

Stephen Lang (born July 11, 1952) is an American screen and stage actor, and playwright. He is known for roles in films including Manhunter (1986), Gettysburg (1993), Gods and Generals (2003), Public Enemies (2009) and Don’t Breathe (2016). He received a Tony Award nomination for his role in the 1992 Broadway production of The Speed of Darkness and won the Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in James Cameron’s Avatar (2009). From 2004 to 2006, he was co-artistic director of the Actors Studio.

Jihae

Jihae

Born Seoul, South Korea
Genres Indie rock, pop, rock, R&B,
Occupation(s) Singer, song-writer, actress, multimedia artist
Instruments Voice, guitar, bass
Years active 2007–present
Website jihae.net

Jihae Kim (born 1988 or 1989), better known as Jihae (stylized as JiHAE), is a South Korea-born singer-songwriter, actress, and multimedia artist based in the United States.

Aaron-Jackson

           Aaron-Jackson

Aaron Jackson may refer to:

**Aaron Jackson (actor) (born 1973), American actor
**Aaron Jackson (basketball) (born 1986), American basketball player
**Aaron Michael Jackson
**Aaron Jackson (American football) in Cincinnati Bengals draft history
**Aaron Jackson (activist)

Mortal Engines’ female star Hera Hilmar believes there are societal lessons to drawn from the New Zealand-made fantasy.

Speaking at the world premiere of the Sir Peter Jackson-movie in London on Tuesday night, the Icelandic actress told the British Press Association that people need to unite to decide the kind of world they want to live in.

“I think there are things happening in the world that are very difficult to take. I hope we can change that and find a way to unite as a whole to keep existing in this world.

“It’s about what do you want for your own good and what do you want for the whole, and maybe that doesn’t always come together, and maybe we need to change our ways of thinking and listening to the world outside of our own world.”

Mortal Engines

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Mortal Engines producer and screenwriter Sir Peter Jackson says his directing protege Christian Rivers has “done an amazing job” in bringing Philip Reeve’s novel to life.

Mortal Engines

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Sir Peter Jackson was on the red carpet with his daughter Katie at the world premiere of Mortal Engines in London on Tuesday night.
Based on the first of a series of novels by Philip Reeve, director Christian Rivers feature debut imagines a future where mobile cities battle it out for the planet’s increasingly limited resources. The 29-year-old Hilmar plays the film’s heroine Hester Shaw.

She added that while rebellion “has always kind of been associated with youth, it doesn’t have to be”.

“It is the young element in all of us that says ‘this is what I want for the future, this is what I want to be, and this is the world i want to live in’.

“When you see people stand up for what they believe in it’s heartwarming. And it makes us believe that we can live in world that we want to live in.”

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Both Jackson and Rivers were also in attendance at the premiere at London’s Cineworld Leicester Square. While Jackson told Reuters he thought Rivers had “done an amazing job” with the movie, the latter opened up about being scared and excited at the prospect of helming the project.

“It was the fear of saying yes because I knew how much work it would be and it was also a fear of saying no, if I said no and someone else made it and it wasn’t any good, I’d be kicking myself. It was a freight train, it was a big film that came in and I had to jump on and take the ride.”

Mortal Engines

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LONDON —
Oscar-winning filmmaker Peter Jackson is returning to the big screen with adventure fantasy “Mortal Engines,” a post-apocalyptic tale of survival in his first feature film project since his award-winning adaptations of J.R.R. Tolkien’s novels.

The New Zealand-born director, known for his “The Lord of the Rings” and “The Hobbit” trilogies, produced and co-wrote the script for the film, based on the young adult book series by Philip Reeve.

Oscar-winning visual effects artist Christian Rivers, who worked with Jackson on the Tolkien adaptations as well as 2005’s “King Kong” makes his directorial in the film, set hundreds of years after a catastrophic event wipes out civilizations.

“Once ‘The Hobbit’ was done, we were looking forward to getting this made,” Jackson told Reuters at the film’s premiere in London on Tuesday.

“I didn’t want (Rivers) to make his first feature with somebody else … I wanted to be part of helping him get his feature film career off the ground … He’s done an amazing job.”

In the film, humans live in gigantic moving cities which devour smaller towns. A group made up of an outlaw, outcast and mysterious woman lead a rebellion against one such predator city, London.

“It was the fear of saying yes because I knew how much work it would be and it was also a fear of saying no, if I said no and someone else made it and it wasn’t any good, I’d be kicking myself,” Rivers said about directing “Mortal Engines.” “It was a freight train, it was a big film that came in and I had to jump on and take the ride.”

On top of his work in the art department, Rivers was a second unit director on the last two “Hobbit” films, the last of which came out in 2014.

Since then, Jackson directed World War I documentary “They Shall Not Grow Old”, released this month.

“Mortal Engines” features a young cast led by Icelandic actress Hera Hilmar. “Matrix” and “The Hobbit” actor Hugo Weaving also stars in the film.

LONDON — Oscar winning filmmaker Peter Jackson is returning to the big screen with adventure fantasy Mortal Engines, a post-apolcalyptic tale of survival in his first feature film project since his award-winning adaptations of J.R.R. Tolkien’s novels. The New Zealand-born director, known for his The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogies, produced and co-wrote the script for the film, based on the young adult book series by Philip Reeve. Oscar-winning visual effects artist Christian Rivers, who worked with Mr. Jackson on the Tolkien adaptations as well as 2005’s King Kong makes his directorial in the film, set hundreds of years after a catastrophic event wipes out civilizations. “Once The Hobbit was done, we were looking forward to getting this made,” Mr. Jackson told Reuters at the film’s premiere in London on Tuesday. “I didn’t want (Mr. Rivers) to make his first feature with somebody else… I wanted to be part of helping him get his feature film career off the ground… He’s done an amazing job.” In the film, humans live in gigantic moving cities which devour smaller towns. A group made up of an outlaw, outcast and mysterious woman lead a rebellion against one such predator city, London. “It was the fear of saying yes because I knew how much work it would be and it was also a fear of saying no, if I said no and someone else made it and it wasn’t any good, I’d be kicking myself,” Mr. Rivers said about directing Mortal Engines. “It was a freight train, it was a big film that came in and I had to jump on and take the ride.” On top of his work in the art department, Mr. Rivers was a second unit director on the last two Hobbit films, the last of which came out in 2014. Since then, Mr. Jackson directed World War One documentary They Shall Not Grow Old, released this month. Mortal Engines features a young cast led by Icelandic actress Hera Hilmar. Matrix and The Hobbit actor Hugo Weaving also stars in the film. — Reuters.

Icelandic actress Hera Hilmar hopes people can unite to “keep existing” in a world fraught with political and environmental challenges.

The star plays the strong female lead in Mortal Engines, a film which imagines a future shaped by a Hobbesian struggle between warring peoples in their quest for limited resources.

Hilmar has said that there are lessons to be drawn from the film, based on the novel of the same name by Philip Reeve, and that people should unite to decide the kind of world they want to live in.

Speaking at the premiere of the steampunk epic in London, Hilmar urged people to change their way of thinking and listen to other viewpoints.

She said: “I think there are things happening in the world that are very difficult to take. I hope we can change that and find a way to unite as a whole to keep existing in this world.

“It’s about what do you want for your own good and what do you want for the whole, and maybe that doesn’t always come together, and maybe we need to change our ways of thinking and listening to the world outside of our own world.”

The actress, 29, has said that the responsibility to rebel and change problems in the world does not only fall to young people, and that everyone can take inspiration from acting on principle.

She said: “We all kind of do stand up for what we believe in. Rebellion has always kind of being associated with youth, but it doesn’t have to be. It is the young element in all of us that says ‘this is what I want for the future, this is what I want to be, and this is the world i want to live in’.

“When you see people stand up for what they believe in it’s heartwarming. And it makes us believe that we can live in world that we want to live in.”

Hilmar plays an errant assassin, a disfigured character who seeks to take down the film’s main antagonist, played by Hugo Weaving.

 

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