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Valerian (Dane DeHaan) and Laureline (Cara Delevingne) are partners. Skilled government agents whose job it is to protect the human race and uphold the law on an intergalactic basis, they defy orders to seperate when they are sent by their commander Arün Filitt (Clive Owen) to visit a utopian city named Alpha. Housing 17 million residents of every alien species in the known universe, it's a sprawling metropolis where creatures of all races share their varied knowledge and their skills and help each other in creating the most technologically advanced and peaceful place in existence. However, the fact that Valerian and Laureline are on their way there means that something evil is afoot; somebody wants to destroy the cross-cultural harmony and threaten the safety of all races not just in Alpha, but in every corner of the universe.
It's no surprise that this creep-out horror thriller is packed with whizzy visual invention, since it's directed by Gore Verbinski, who made the first three Pirates of the Caribbean movies, as well as Rango and The Lone Ranger. And the screenplay by Justin Haythe (Revolutionary Road) starts well, stirring in some resonant themes amid the growing, gnawing nastiness. Unfortunately, over the film's overlong running time, it just gets sillier and simpler.
The story centres on Lockhart (Dane DeHaan), a rising star workaholic New York broker who's been caught in some dodgy dealings. To redeem himself, he is sent to collect the company's boss (Harry Groener) from a Swiss sanatorium, where he seems to have gone native. Or something. But when Lockhart arrives at the picturesque Alpine castle, things quickly begin to spiral out of control. He's injured in a car crash, forcing him to become a patient at the spa alongside the rather too-cheerful elderly residents, who are undergoing some sort of odd treatment. As Lockhart digs deeper, he runs afoul of the director, Dr Volmer (Jason Isaacs), especially when he befriends the doctor's star patient, the oddly naive Hannah (Mia Goth). And as things get freakier, Lockhart begins to worry that he'll never get out of here.
Verbinski develops a darkly gothic atmosphere from the first frames of the film, and things get increasingly offbeat from there. Some elements are blackly comical, but the overall tone is grotesque, with a special emphasis on slimy eels, which appear alarmingly everywhere Lockhart looks. Meanwhile, Haythe stirs in a convoluted mythology about the mad baron who lived in the castle 200 years earlier. When combined with underlying themes about the stresses of modern-day life and the relative morality of Wall Street bankers, this is all rather intriguing. Unfortunately, these clever textures slip away quickly, leaving little more than a series of repetitive set pieces designed to give the audience the jitters as they remind us of other movies.
Continue reading: A Cure For Wellness Review
In the new horror thriller A Cure for Wellness, Dane DeHaan plays an ambitious young executive sent to collect his boss from an isolated spa in the Swiss Alps.
Soon his character begins to worry that something nefarious is going on there. DeHaan was drawn to the project because, as he says, "it reeked of originality. It was unlike anything I had read before, and I loved how crazy and wild and terrifying it was. It's not a movie I would have done with just any director, but I knew Gore [Verbinski, who made Pirates of the Caribbean] could pull it off. It's certainly a wild ride, and that was definitely evident from reading the script."
To get ready for the movie, Verbinski asked DeHaan to watch a series of scary movies for inspiration. "Yeah, it was like The Shining, Rosemary's Baby, The Tenant, The Omen and just those kinds of movies," DeHaan says. "None of which was like obviously specifically like what he based the movie on, but all had tonal or performance aspects that were definitely helpful in understanding what he was going for."
Continue reading: Dane Dehaan Enjoyed The Danger Of A Cure For Wellness
The actor had a ‘torturous’ time filming the psychological horror movie.
Dane DeHaan will never look at spas the same way after filming A Cure For Wellness.
The actor stars opposite Mia Goth and Jason Isaacs in the psychological horror film, which takes place inside a mysterious spa located in the Swiss Alps. DeHaan plays Lockhart, a ambitious young executive who’s sent to the ‘wellness center’ in order to rescue his boss.
Dane Dehaan stars in A Cure For Wellness
Goth stars alongside DeHaan in psychological thriller 'A Cure For Wellness’.
Goth plays Hannah in the psychological thriller, a patient at a mysterious rehabilitation center in the Swiss Alps, where DeHaan’s character Lockhart is sent to rescue his boss.
Mia Goth stars in A Cure For Wellness
Continue reading: Mia Goth Has Huge Admiration For Dane DeHaan
Dane DeHaan stars in 'A Cure For Wellness', a psychological horror that's released on February 17th.
Ahead of the release of his highly acclaimed new psychological horror movie A Cure For Wellness later this month, actor Dane DeHaan spoke about the “wild, crazy” experience of filming the project in a castle in southern Germany.
A Cure For Wellness, which got a great reception when it was unveiled at Austin back in December, sees DeHaan, an employee sent to rescue his boss from a mysterious wellness centre in the Swiss Alps, suffer from strange symptoms as he investigates the truth.
“Every day was really crazy and terrifying, and oftentimes tortuous!” he said about the physical demands of his role. “I undergo a lot of crazy spa treatments, I spend a lot time in a cast… it was a wild, crazy adventure, just like the film.”
Continue reading: Dane DeHaan's Wild, Crazy Adventure
Félicie and Victor live in an orphanage, they're best friends and rely on one another for support, Victor has always dreamt of becoming a famous and inventor - though he's still yet to create his 'big' invention and Felicie loves nothing more than to dance, it's all she does, if she's doing chores she's usually attempting a pirouette at the same time.
Both the youngsters know that they won't be able to fulfil their dreams whilst living in the remote town they've been brought up in and Victor suggests they make a break and escape the confines of the orphanage and make their way to the capital city of Paris; Victor is sure he'll be able to make a name for himself there and knows that it could give Felicie the big break she has always needed - after all the renowned Opéra De Paris is located there and they have the highest calibre of dancer. Victor's belief in his best friend is enough to convince her that this is the right move.
The pair see sights unlike any they've previously experienced and luckily Felicie finds herself being taken in by a caretaker called Odette. Felicie can finally enrol in dance school and finally start her journey to become the dancer she's always felt she should be.
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Beautifully written and directed, this fact-based drama is an odd mixture of excellent acting and not-quite-right casting. Anton Corbijn clearly knows the subject, since he's a celebrity photographer making a movie about a celebrity photographer. But in this case, the subject of those photos is the elusively magnetic James Dean, a tricky person to recreate dramatically.
It's set in early 1955, as James Dean (Dane DeHaan) has just finished filming East of Eden and is hoping to land the lead role in Rebel Without a Cause. No one knows who he is yet, but freelance photographer Dennis Stock (Robert Pattinson) has a feeling he could become a big star. When Dennis' agent (Joel Edgerton) lands a commission from Life magazine, Dennis follows James from Hollywood to New York and home to his Indiana farm. But James is evasive and mercurial, and it takes a lot of tenacity for Dennis to crack through his shell to get the shots he needs. Eventually they even become friends, inspiring each other to pursue their dreams on their own terms.
The plot is loose, focussing more on the internal journeys these two men take than on any constructed storyline. And the film switches back and forth between their perspectives, which kind of leaves it without a point of view. But this gives both Pattinson and DeHaan the space to create authentic and complex characters. Pattinson gives his most layered performance yet, especially in scenes involving Dennis' ex-wife and young son (Stella Schnabel and Jack Fulton). Meanwhile, DeHaan creates a character who's thoughtful and fascinating, haunted by his past relationships and unafraid to stand up to the Hollywood system in the form of mogul Jack Warner (a scene-chewing Ben Kingsley). The problem is that, despite a lot of subtle (and more obvious) physical touches, DeHaan never echoes Dean's wiry, hungry energy.
Continue reading: Life Review
James Dean is a rising superstar; handsome, slick, smart and mild-mannered, and yet rebellious with dreams of being a famous actor. For passionate Life Magazine photographer Dennis Stock, Dean poses the perfect subject for his latest project and he's determined to capture the star in all his glory ahead of the release of his break-out movie 'Easy Of Eden'. It takes little persuasion on Stock's part to get Dean to agree to the project and the pair set out on a journey from Hollywood, through New York, and over to Fairmont, Indiana where Dean was originally from. Stock's plan is to capture the raw emotion and energy of this iconic figure of angst and coolness, and it doesn't take long before the two start to build an extraordinary friendship, that's made all the more heart-breaking on screen when you consider it's the final months of his life.
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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley was one of the most breathtaking beauties at this year's Met Gala fashion event. She was snapped stepping out of the Mark Hotel in New York with a guest wearing a gorgeously shaped pale pink gown with her long hair pulled back into a bun.
Emma Stone, Andrew Garfield, Jamie Foxx, Dane DeHaan and Annalise Bishop - The Cast of 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' Visit BET's "106 & Park" - Manhattan, New York, United States - Friday 25th April 2014
Dane DeHaan - 'Metallica Though The Never' U.S. Public Premiere and Special Advance 36th Annual Mill Valley Film Festival Kick-Off event at Christopher B. Smith Rafael Film Center - San Rafael, California - Tuesday 17th September 2013
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