Barricade Boys Featured in ‘Les Mis’ Still

November 19, 2012 • Category: Film News, Gallery, Les Misérables 0

Universal Spain’s official Twitter has revealed another film still from Les Misérables, this time featuring numerous barricade boys. Like the previously released still, this one is also from an earlier magazine (Entertainment Weekly), but now we have a full, non-scanned version. Once again, Aaron Tveit and Eddie Redmayne are shown together, leading the band of student revolutionaries during the rousing Les Mis flagship song, “Do You Hear the People Sing?”

‘Les Mis’ Film Still ft. Aaron and Eddie

November 18, 2012 • Category: Film News, Gallery, Les Misérables 0

A variation of this photograph was shown in an Empire article on Les Misérables a couple of months back, but the scan was overly contrasted and cut-off. Now, here’s a better version of the same film still featuring Aaron Tveit as Enjolras and Eddie Redmayne as Marius. Unfortunately, it’s rather small, but hopefully it’ll be released in HQ soon. I wonder when Universal will give Aaron some promo love, anyway…

New ‘Les Misérables’ International Trailer

November 8, 2012 • Category: Film News, Les Misérables 0

A new, international trailer for Les Misérables has been released — and Aaron Tveit is featured in it! This one is much more of a medley, showcasing numerous songs from the musical, including “Castle on a Cloud,” “I Dreamed a Dream,” “One Day More,” and “Do You Hear the People Sing?” Although we don’t get to explicitly hear Aaron sing anything, he does get a line of inspiring dialogue and shots from throughout the film. Very exciting. Hopefully we’ll get a U.S. theatrical trailer soon (rumor has it that it may come next week).

New ‘Les Mis’ Feature in Entertainment Weekly

November 2, 2012 • Category: Film News, Gallery, Les Misérables 0

Scans courtesy of dontletthewrongonein.tumblr.com.

Yet another Les Misérables feature can be found in this week’s edition of Entertainment Weekly. Previously, there was talk about costume and set designs for the film; in this issue, the matter at hand is a little more serious. With quotes from Hugh Jackman, Anne Hathaway, and director Tom Hooper, the article focuses heavily on the political inclination of Les Mis – both the novel and musical – and how important the story is even in today’s political climate (worldwide). It’s a great read, plus there’s some new shots from the film strewn throughout the pages.

Another Japanese ‘Les Mis’ Poster Released

October 29, 2012 • Category: Film News, Gallery, Les Misérables 0

New ‘Les Mis’ Article in ‘Entertainment Weekly’

October 18, 2012 • Category: Film News, Gallery, Les Misérables 0

A new article on Tom Hooper’s Les Misérables is featured in this week’s issue of Entertainment Weekly (October 19th). I’ve added caps to the gallery, courtesy of “VictoriaVanDort.” There’s a lot of information about the actual set and gives great insight into the production of an epic movie-musical. There’s also a few new film stills (including the debut of the Thenardiers) as well as the progression of concept art to fully realized costumes and sets. Check out the behind-the-scenes image of “Do You Hear The People Sing?” on the first page!

Another Look at ‘Les Mis,’ Including “Red And Black”

September 27, 2012 • Category: Film News, Les Misérables 0

A segment on Australia Today highlighted the upcoming film, Les Misérables, with some extra footage that hasn’t previously been seen in either the trailer or extended look. Throughout the video, there’s an interview with Hugh Jackman commenting on various aspects of the movie-making process and chasing the roll, but the real treat for Aaron Tveit fans is a clip of the “Red And Black” reprise. It’s not much, but it was certainly enough to get me (even more) excited for the film. Les Mis hits U.S. theaters on Christmas Day.

New Official Poster for ‘Les Miserables’ Released

September 24, 2012 • Category: Film News, Gallery, Les Misérables 0

Check out the newly released official poster for Tom Hooper’s upcoming epic-musical, Les Misérables. The poster features Isabelle Allen – playing young Cosette – mimicking the iconic Les Mis imagery used in various productions of the musical throughout the years. (We also saw that image being used in the early teaser.) There’s also a new tagline reading “Fight. Dream. Hope. Love.” — though it was previously “The Dream Lives.” I find this new one-sheet for the film to be very startling, beautiful, and poignant; Cosette appears haunted yet hopeful at the same time, appropriate for the one of the story in general. What do you think of the poster?

Extended First Look at Tom Hooper’s ‘Les Misérables’

September 20, 2012 • Category: Film News, Les Misérables 0

After some silence on the Les Mis front, there’s finally a new video for eager fans to fawn over. A new extended look at the film features four and a half minutes of behind-the-scenes footage — including singing from the principal cast such as Hugh Jackman, Amanda Seyfried, Eddie Redmayne, Samantha Barks, and Anne Hathaway. There are also interviews with the aforementioned actors, along with Russell Crowe, in which they talk about working on the movie and the process of singing live on set. It’s a great, informative featurette that’s whetting the appetites of film fans across the web.

Unfortunately, Aaron Tveit’s voice is not highlighted in this, but he is shown quite a few times throughout, looking every bit as majestic as Enjolras should. Regardless, it’s definitely worth checking out.

Les Misérables recently changed its released date; fans in the U.S. can now expect a wonderful holiday present, as it’s now scheduled to hit theaters on December 25th (Christmas Day).

Japanese ‘Les Mis’ Poster Features Enjolras

September 10, 2012 • Category: Film News, Gallery, Les Misérables 0

Although the barricade boys were missing in the first trailer for Les Misérables, they’re already being used for promotion — in Japan! An official Japanese poster for the film not only highlights the students, but Aaron Tveit is prominently featured in the center, wielding the famous red flag. I had added the poster to the gallery some time ago; however, now there’s a larger version where you can actually distinguish Aaron – and even Eddie Redmayne, just to the left – from the rest of the pack.