Here’s a new update to Max’s most recent upcoming project with new cast additions!
Sam Claflin (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire), Max Irons (The Host) and Douglas Booth (Great Expectations) have signed to star in Lone Sherfig’s Posh, the film based on the British West End hit play by Laura Wade.
The story is set amongst the privileged elite of Oxford University and follows two first year students determined to join the infamous Riot Club where reputations can be made or destroyed over the course of a single evening.
Added to the gallery are outtakes of Max for Fault Magazine. Enjoy!
Watch the new trailer for “The White Queen” below!
The Host will be released on Blu-ray and DVD on July 9, 2013 and you can go ahead an pre-order it HERE on amazon or at any other retailer. We hope there will be plenty of extra features and, of course, you can expect full coverage here on the site.
Added to the gallery are a few outtakes of Max from Glow Magazine. Check them out below!
Via Philippa Gregory’s facebook, here are two photos of Max in Cannes for The White Queen promo. Hopefully official photos will pop up as well!
Updated: Two more photos from the photocall have been added!
Check out Max in this new clip of “The White Queen”!
Max is featured in the 33rd issue of LATF the Magazine. You can read the great interview here or in the gallery.
The Host opened in sixth place at this weekend’s box office. I’m not sure what this will mean for a sequel, but we have our fingers crossed. What did you all think of the movie?
In sixth place, The Host opened to a meager $11 million from 3,202 locations. That’s about on par with what Beautiful Creatures grossed in its five-day holiday opening last month, and is a fraction of the first Twilight movie’s $69.6 million start. While The Host didn’t get much of a push in recent weeks, it did have a teaser trailer attached to The Hunger Games last March, which suggests that distributor Open Road Films did have very high hopes for it at one point.
Coming off the poor performances of Beautiful Creatures and The Host, studios are clearly going to start rethinking the young-adult romance genre a bit. The next big test for the genre is The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, which Sony is releasing in August.
The Host’s audience was 78 percent female and 61 percent under the age of 25 (a bit younger than Twilight’s typical crowd). They awarded the movie a poor “B-” CinemaScore, which suggests that it will have a very front-loaded run.
I added a few missing stills to our gallery:
Max is featured in the April 2013 issue of Glow magazine. You can check out two photos in the gallery and hopefully we’ll be able to snag full-sized scans at some point!