Juliette stars in Future Relic 03, the third installment of Future Relic, Daniel Arsham’s latest project which consists of a series of nine short films. To date, Future Relic is a project two years in the making. Devised and directed by Arsham, the series depicts a future civilization at various points before and after a major ecological change on Earth. In the world of Future Relic, nature as we know it today does not exist.
Future Relic 03 premiered as part of the shorts program entitled “Gallery Opening” at the Tribeca Film Festival and had a screening this weekend at the Cannes Film Festival. Juliette was there to promote it. Our gallery was updated with photos of the event, also screencaptures and film related pictures.
Universal has released the first trailer for its teen fantasy drama “Jem and the Holograms,” five months ahead of its Oct. 23 release.
Based on Hasbro’s cult 1980s animated series, the trailer makes it clear that Jem, her sister and two foster sisters are very much part of the social media age. The plot sees Jem going from being a small-town girl to underground video sensation to global superstar.
Jon M. Chu directed from Ryan Landels’ script with Aubrey Peeples as the titular star. Stefanie Scott, Aurora Perrineau, Hayley Kiyoko, Ryan Guzman, Molly Ringwald and Juliette Lewis also star.
FOX released (via Zap2it) a sneak peek at the Juliette’s character, Beverly, talking about her relationship with Secret Service Agent Ethan Burke (Matt Dillon).
[To] Matt Dillon’s character, I offer this kind of solace. A touchstone of reality. She tries to tell Ethan what’s going on without saying it, because they’re being watched. She needs a companion to try to plot her getaway, and they find that in each other. Things you’ll never expect in a million years are going to happen.
“Wayward Pines” premieres Thursday, May 14 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on FOX.
The promotion for Jem and The Holograms live action has started! The film will be released next October 23 and USA Today has published a bunch of new pictures of the cast, based on the beloved 1985-88 musical cartoon.
The film is starred by Jerrica (Nashville’s Aubrey Peeples), her sister Kimber (Stefanie Scott) and foster siblings Aja (Hayley Kiyoko) and Shana (Aurora Perrineau), who make up the Holograms group. “Brat Pack” veteran Molly Ringwald plays Aunt Bailey, the guardian of Jerrica. Ryan Guzman co-stars as the love interest Rio, and Juliette Lewis is the film’s chief antagonist Erica Raymond, a Starlight Music record executive and the kind of person “tempting you with everything you really do want and need deep down somewhere in your dark place”.
To see the pictures (sadly, no Juliette picture was yet released), go to USAToday.com website.