Thanks to the Imp Awards website for the heads up on this new poster for the film Europa Report.
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Martina Gedeck’s unnamed lead character and her dog, Lynx, are highlighted on our exclusive poster for The Wall. Julian Pölsler directs this adaptation of Marlen Haushofer‘s novel, which follows a woman who decides to live a solitary life in the Austrian wilderness. Check out our exclusive one-sheet before this drama opens in theaters on May 10.
Based on Marlen Haushofer‘s eponymous feminist classic novel, The Wall is a highly original exploration of solitude and survival set in a spectacularly beautiful Austrian mountain landscape. Martina Gedeck, the brilliant interpreter of the Oscar-winning The Lives of Others, brings a rare and vivid intensity to her role as the unnamed lead character who inexplicably finds herself cut off from all human contact when an invisible, unyielding wall suddenly surrounds the countryside. Accompanied by her loyal dog Lynx, she becomes immersed in a world untouched by civilization and ruled by the laws of nature. A contemporary female Robinson Crusoe tale, The Wall is a mysterious, existential meditation that raises profound questions about humanity and our relationship to the natural world.
The Wall comes to theaters May 10th, 2013 and stars Wolfgang M. Bauer, Ulrike Beimpold, Martina Gedeck, Julia Gschnitzer, Karlheinz Hackl, Hans-Michael Rehberg. The film is directed by Julian Pölsler.
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Kicking off the Summer movie season this weekend, Iron Man 3 lived up to sky-high expectations with $174.1 million haul. That ranks second all-time behind last year’s The Avengers ($207.4 million), and is way up on the previous Iron Man outings. The movie also continues to do phenomenal business overseas, and is on its way to earning well over $1 billion worldwide.
Iron Man 3‘s $174.1 million debut is a huge leap over Iron Man 2‘s $128.1 million. That’s a remarkable achievement given the dodgy history of three-quels—nearly all of them decline from their predecessor—and Iron Man 2‘s questionable reputation. The main reason for this is simple: audiences viewed Iron Man 3 more as follow-up to The Avengers, which is almost universally beloved, than as a sequel to Iron Man 2. (Read the entire article here)
(Source: Box Office Mojo)