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Hello there, first of all I need to say that this is my very first post here. I’m so happy! So, the site will pass for a few exciting changes, like a new design and a new version – A portuguese version! And to start, we have some new magazine scans added to our gallery! Thanks Laura for the additions Check them out:
Jupiter Ascending continues its ongoing promotion with Mila Kunis in magazines and we have all of them to share. Take a look!
Magazine Scans from 2015 > American Cinematographer – February 2015
Magazine Scans from 2015 > Cineplex – February 2015
Magazine Scans from 2015 > Fotogramas “Spain” – February 2015
Magazine Scans from 2015 > Revista Fernanda “Mexico” – February 2015
Magazine Scans from 2015 > SFX “UK” – April 2015
New poster and still photo of Mila Kunis from her upcoming action-packed / scifi movie ‘Jupiter Ascending’ are hitting the web! She’s been also on the covers of multiple magazines such as Yo Dona, Cinemania, Glamour, Vanidades – all scans can be found in our gallery.
We’re only 11 days away from the movie release, Jupiter Ascending will open February 6, 2015!
The producer of Jupiter Ascending – Grant Hill - spoke to ScifiNow. In the newest issue he talks a little bit about the movie story and explains the unfamous delay.
On the story
“It’s a very grand world – or series of worlds – that have been created. They’re very vivid and very different, and the look and the workings of these worlds is just something that I think, on a scale, hasn’t really been seen before.”
“There’s a freshness, certainly, from the smallest thing to the broad vision of the world. It’s just so re-envisaged that it does take your breath away a little bit. But I guess that at centre of it, it is also a sort of sibling rivalry story, which is a story that people know, people have seen it in their own families, and they’ve seen it in large more prominent families. It’s about rivalry, it’s about the relationship of a family, and at its heart it’s a love story.
On the unfamous delay
“We didn’t want to rush it in a way that didn’t allow time for Warner Bros to properly market the movie. Those things are always competing a little bit in visual effects movies, because until you get right to the very end of it you don’t have the full movie in the sense that you would a drama or a comedy or whatever. ”
“There are different sorts of risks. I mean, there are financial risks, creative risks, ‘can you do it in time’ risks… In this case, I think that the risks are not of a commercial nature. I think the risks going into it were more that Lana and Andy had a vision that was so detailed and so fantastical.”
“We needed to design so much stuff. We had a little more time on so it allowed us to work that out a lot. But I think by the time we got to filming we had pretty much exactly what we hoped we would get to, but it took a lot to get there.”