Exclusive: new ‘Keeping Rosy’ Trailer

Maxine Peake’s upcoming Brit thriller Keeping Rosy has unveiled its new trailer exclusively through Digital Spy.

The film sees the Silk actress play Charlotte, a media executive who’s betrayed at work and finds her life gradually spiralling out of control.

Steve Reeves’s thriller also casts The Inbetweeners actor Blake Harrison as a sadistic security guard who blackmails Charlotte.

Keeping Rosy will open in London on June 27 and spread nationwide at Picturehouse venues from July 15.

Watch the trailer on digitalspy.co.uk‘s website.

Maxine Peake in BBC One’s ‘Heartfelt’ – Original British Drama Trailer

BBC One has released a first Original British Trailer for its upcoming summer/autumn season and you get to see a first glimpse of The Village’s series 2! Below you can watch the trailer and take a look at 3 screen caps I made of Maxine’s appearance in it:





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Manchester’s first immersive pop-up cinema launches with Keeping Rosy

Happy weekend everyone! The first official teaser trailer of ‘Keeping Rosy‘ is out now. Watch it below…

Manchester will play host to the first exclusive previews of new British independent film Keeping Rosy in a brand new immersive pop-up cinema. Starring Maxine Peake and Blake Harrison, this tense psychological thriller, will have a unique screening on the top floor of one of the city’s high-rise office blocks, which will truly immerse the audience in the films setting.

The film follows Charlotte (Maxine Peake), a London-based career woman whose life begins to unravel at work and at home. The plot takes as more sinister turn when the psychopathic security guard Roger (Blake Harrison) infiltrates Charlotte and her sister Sarah’s (Christine Bottomley) lives.

Keeping Rosy is the first feature from director Steve Reeves and marks the third collaboration from producers Richard Holmes and Isabelle Georgeaux, following on from British comedy Jadoo and war thriller Resistance.

“When we first started thinking about the film’s preview we knew we wanted to do it differently, Charlotte – Maxine’s character – is a very strong woman, whose roots – like Maxine’s – are in the North, which got us thinking that Manchester would be the perfect city for the film’s debut,” says Holmes. Georgeaux adds “We know that the people of Manchester like to do things differently, so we chose to use a tower block on Portland Street as the venue for cinema and have added some special touches to heighten the cinema experience for the audience. Most of the action in the film takes place in a high rise apartment block, so mirroring the film’s surroundings mean that the audience cannot help but feel involved in the action. We’re all really looking forward to seeing the audience’s reaction.”

Keeping Rosy will be previewed in Manchester on June 6th and will run for 4 weeks in the office block pop-up cinema at 55 Portland Street. The film will be released in cinemas nationwide from June 27th. You can purchase tickets for the Manchester screenings here.

Watch the exclusive teaser trailer for the film below:



Source: film3sixtymagazine.com

Video Update: Silk Series 3 Episode 2 – HD Trailer



Delving into the murky world of professional football, Martha must put her feelings aside to defend a footballer accused of a pitch assault on another player. With the incident witnessed by tens of thousands of football fans, it seems Martha is facing an impossible task.

With her client reluctant to co-operate and help his defence, Martha must gain his trust to discover a secret he is determined to keep hidden from the football world. Up against Clive in court, can Martha convince her client to help himself?

Meanwhile, a resignation shocks chambers and Billy begins to take steps to ensure the future of Shoe Lane – with or without him.

Silk series 3 back on Monday 24 February + Trailer!

The legal drama’s third series begins at 9pm on Monday 24 February on BBC One and feelings run high when a murder trial close to home sends shockwaves through Shoe Lane Chambers.

Clive (Rupert Penry-Jones) has finally become a Silk but his celebration party is dramatically cut short when news of the arrest of the son of the Head of Chambers for killing a police officer reaches the celebrations. Martha (Maxine Peake) must step in to defend the young man despite the overwhelming evidence.

Can Clive help Martha ask the tough questions needed and can Martha uncover the truth about what happened in time? Meanwhile Billy (Neil Stuke) is struggling to cope with his secret and a new Practice Manager sends ripples through the Clerks Room.

Watch the Silk series 3 trailer below:



So excited!

Source: cultbox.co.uk

Actress Maxine Peake to bring Morley sporting legend to stage

Actress Maxine Peake to bring Morley sporting legend to stage

Renowned actress Maxine Peake is to bring the life of Morley cycling heroine Beryl Burton to the stage in a new play.

Maxine, who has starred in TV shows Shameless, Silks and The Village, has written the play, Beryl, which she will also star in when it comes to the West Yorkshire Playhouse next summer.

The staging is being timed to coincide with the Tour de France’s Grand Depart from Leeds.

The actress, who is no stranger to the Playhouse stage having starred in a number of productions there, initially wrote a radio play about Beryl Burton, which aired on Radio 4 in 2012.

The West Yorkshire Playhouse has now commissioned the stage version to celebrate Yorkshire and Leeds’s role in the Tour de France.

It will tell the story of possibly Morley’s most succesful sporting figure – a woman who became a giant of her sport but remains relatively unknown outside of it.

Five times world champion, 13 times national champion, twice road-racing world champion and 12 times national champion, Beryl’s accolades include time trials, former world record holder, former British record holder, numerous sports awards and MBE and OBE.

She has been always held in great esteem in her home town and a number of permanent tributes have been paid to her since her death in 1996, including a plaque in Morley Town Hall and the mural which adorns the wall next to Beryl Burton Gardens in the town centre.

Maxine will be taking on the role of Beryl as she did in the radio version.

Beryl will be staged at the West Yorkshire Playhouse from June 30-July 19. Tickets are on sale now by calling 0113 213770 or online at wyp.org.uk.

Source: morleyobserver.co.uk

New Film Project: Svengali (2013)

Svengali

John Hardwick / UK / 2013 / 90 mins

Jonny Owen, Vicky McClure, Roger Evans, Martin Freeman, Maxine Peake, Michael Socha, Dylan Edwards, Joel Fry, Curtis Lee Thompson, Brian Hibbard, Sharon Morgan, Morwenna Banks

He’s a small-town man with big-time dreams.

Svengali tells the story of Dixie (Jonny Owen), a postman from South Wales,
and a music fanatic. All his life he’s dreamed of discovering a great band and
then one day, trawling through YouTube, he finds them… ‘The Premature
Congratulations’. He hunts them down and offers them his management
services. They are young, arrogant, sexy and utterly magnificent. Putting their
demo on a cassette tape, Dixie heads out onto the streets of London…

Innocent, wide-eyed Dixie embarks on a roller coaster ride through the most ‘infamous’
industry of them all. His partner and his sanity through it all is his soulmate Michelle
(Vicky McClure). Every day is a battle for Dixie, totally broke and working for nothing
to get his beloved band gigs, their egos grow with their stardom. The more successful
‘The Prems’ get, the greater the chances are of Dixie losing them. He has to decide
what are his real priorities in life… his love of music or his love for Michelle.

Source: svengalimovie.com

‘Run and Jump’ starring Maxine Peake & Will Forte – Exclusive Trailer

Run and Jump follows the story of an Irish wife (Maxine Peake) dealing with the aftermath of her husband’s stroke. Forte plays a neuropsychologist who is studying the man’s progress and observing his mental health.

You can watch the trailer if you follow this link.

This looks interesting! Hopefully we’ll get a release date soon 🙂

Source: EW.com