EXCLUSIVE: Alice Eve has been cast as the female lead in Replicas, the Jeffrey Nachmanoff-directed indie thriller already starring Keanu Reeves. The pic is scripted by Chad St. John and produced by Lorenzo di Bonaventura, Reeves, Stephen Hamel and Ara Keshishian.Reeves plays Will Foster and Eve will play his wife, Mona. She dies in a car crash but then is cloned, allowing her memories and mind to live on.
Eve just wrapped the Niall Johnson-directed The Stolen, opposite Jack Davenport. She’s repped by Untitled, CAA and Independent Talent.
Alice Eve stops by a nail salon for a mani/pedi in Beverly Hills, California on July 11, 2016. Alice has been working hard on the upcoming movie ‘The Brits Are Coming’.
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Young Charlotte Lockton has settled in the South Island of New Zealand
with her wealthy British husband, David. But her dreams of a new life
and prosperous future are violently shattered when David is murdered at
their home and her baby son is kidnapped.
After months of waiting for her the return of her child—and frustrated
with the apathy of the authorities—when a ransom note arrives she
realises that her only option will be to track him down on her own.
And so begins her journey through the wilds of an untamed New
Zealand, bringing her into contact with the people populating this new
civilisation: from suffragettes to gamblers, settlers to hustlers, outlaws to
native Maori warriors.
Charlotte’s quest forces her to join a convoy of hookers, dancers and ex-
convicts heading cross-country for Goldtown, one of the many mining
communities that has grown suddenly and swiftly on the island.
Despite their different backgrounds, all the women on the wagon with
Charlotte have found themselves on the fringes of this new society. And,
now, Charlotte is no different. Together, they face hostile attacks from
both man and nature.
Day by day, Charlotte is being forced to change. To grow. She learns how
to dance, how to manage the attentions of a hungry man, how to fire a
gun, how to fend for herself, and how to defend herself. How to survive.
Once in Goldtown, she meets Joshua McCullen, the charismatic owner of
Goldtown. A man with ambition and aspiration. And the very man who is
key to uncovering the truth behind the disappearance of her son.
Now, Charlotte must dig deep. She must call upon all that she has learnt
on the journey—and combine it with the strength of will that she has
never relinquished—in order to fight to the death for what she holds
The Stolen is a a project developed by Emily Corcoran (Producer, Sisterhood) and Niall Johnson (Director, Keeping Mum). After years of collaboration, Niall and Emily finally have the perfect cast and the locations are of course second to none; utilising the versatility of landscape that Canterbury and the West Coast of New Zealand’s South Island have to offer.
The film will make good use of New Zealand’s strong seasonal climate, drawing on the surrounding environments as Autumn makes its way into early Winter – the sun is harsh during the day, and colours are vivid, but a harrowing ruggedness is always present with lower daytime sun and early twilight that help expose the rugged nature of colonial frontiers and the perseverance shown by the colonials that carved a life here.
Filming will commence 30 May 2016, and wrap in early July. Release in theatres is scheduled for 2017.
Stay up to date by visiting our daily Facebook page or our weekly film log here on the site. We just want to say how exciting it is to b bringing this film to Canterbury, NZ – Thank You for having us Christchurch.
Star Trek: Mission New York, set for this fall, continues to add not just celebrity guests, but also real-world science figures and cool events. The latest confirmed Trek guest is Alice Eve, who played Dr. Carol Marcus in Star Trek Into Darkness, while ST:MNY has also locked in both Jeff Volosin, NASA TESS Project Manager at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, and Matt Ritsko, NASA TESS Deputy Project Manager for Resources at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. Further, ST:MNY announced that Hallmark will showcase their exhibitor exclusives and that the FanBros, a/k/a the voice of the urban geek, will be in the house.
ll of the above will complement such previously revealed activities as a cosplay contest and guests including Karl Urban, Brannon Braga, Wlliam Shatner, Walter Koenig, Jonathan Frakes, Marina Sirtis, LeVar Burton, Terry Farrell, Michael Dorn, Gates McFadden, Nana Visitor, Rene Auberjonois, Armin Shimerman, Cirroc Lofton, Anthony Montgomery, Connor Trinneer, John Billingsley, Dominic Keating, Robin Curtis, Eugene “Rod” Roddenberry and Phil “The Bad Astronomer” Plait. They will all be on hand for talks, autographs and photo opportunities.
Star Trek: Mission New York, a three-day 50th anniversary event presented by CBS Consumer Products and ReedPop, will take place September 2-4, 2016, in Manhattan. Activities will include interactive exhibits, celebrity guests, panels, screenings, exclusive merchandise and more. Adult and kids tickets are available now at pre-show prices, and they’ll be sold by day and as part of a three-day specially priced package.
Further information about Star Trek: Mission New York – including additional guest announcements, hotel information and exhibitors – will be revealed in the coming weeks.