Micro-News: I, FRANKENSTEIN'S Quest, Motion Capture For MALEFICENT And More
Aaron Eckhart discusses I, Frankenstein, Juno Temple talks about her experience on Maleficent, Jon M. Chu has a fun interview about G.I.: Joe Retaliation and more Before VFX images.
While on the red carpet for the UK premiere of Olympus has fallen, Aaron Eckhart declined to talk about Divergent but did share a few details about I, Frankenstein with RedCarpetNewsTV.
"I can't say anything about [Divergent] because you know how Hollywood is - it's very secretive these days. I do have a movie coming out called I, Frankenstein where I play the monster Frankenstein which I think is quite exciting. It's the monster Frankenstein in the modern age; he's looking for his soul, for love and his place in life and he uses kali stick fighting to do it [laughs]. It's a movie about good and evil, gargoyles, demons and it's something you've never seen before. It's going to be interesting."
Juno Temple was also on a promotional kick but for her own film, The Brass Teapot. In an interview with IAR, the actress did, quickly, share some details about her role as the pixie fairy Thistletwit in Maleficent.
"I had such a good time [on Maleficent]. It was a whole new experience for me because I did motion capture and that was amazing. It was like a crazy, crazy learning lesson as well as a really fun job. I'm excited [about the film].
Director Jon M. Chu has a fun interview with Young Hollywood that covers everything from G.I. Joe's to dancing.
More behind the scenes images from the awesome tumblr, Before VFX.
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