Hello everyone! It’s few more weeks to go before the big day we’re all been waiting for – William’s 26th birthday! Apart from that, some little but vital news regarding “RUN” and “The Silent Mountain”.
We are pleased to announce that “RUN” is nominated for two awards in the upcoming Milan International Film Festival on May 8-18, 2013!
Best Screenwriting – Simone BartesaghiBest Supporting Actor – Adrian Pasdar
The screening schedule will be out before the end of the month. Let’s pray that William and the rest of the cast be able to attend to Italy for the festival premiere!
Thanks to distributor Palatin Media for the info!
Actor Russell West, who plays a small role in “RUN” was interviewed regarding his accomplishments in different projects. He mentioned William when he was asked about the film.
C2W Music has announced that their song “Wanna Feel Your Body (Dub Step Remix” by Candy Marie (written by Chris Anderson and Candace Bascoe) will be featured in the movie and trailer! Also, another music piece entitled “Absolute Zero (Original Mix” by Robohemoth & Hogwash feat. DJ Sapient, featured in the teaser, can now be heard at SoundCloud.
|William Not Joining The Revamped Version Of The Selection|
It has been confirmed today that William won’t be joining the revamped version of The Selection. Via Hypable.com:
The Selection is one of the most anticipated pilots of the 2013 fall season. It is based on the YA novel by Kiera Cass, and takes place 300 years in the future where the protagonist, America Singer, is entered into a reality-TV style competition to win the hand of the young Prince Maxon.
The television adaptation was originally planned for the 2012 season and a pilot episode was filmed, but this was rejected by The CW. Now, the script (written by Elizabeth Craft and Sarah Fain) has received a major overhaul and a new pilot is going to be filmed, but it’ll be with a completely new set of actors.
According to Deadline, the only actor reprising his role from the original pilot is Sean Patrick Thomas, who will play Sylvan Santos, the Queen’s close advisor. CW fans might remember him from Sarah Michelle Gellar’s Ringer, where he played Solomon.
Originally, Aimee Teegarden had been cast as the lead character America, and there was talk of her reprising her role in the new version, but seeing as she has now joined another new CW drama, Oxygen, it looks like she’ll not be returning to The Selection after all.
Narnia actor William Moseley was also a part of the original pilot, playing the role of America’s boyfriend Aspen, but he will not be returning for the revamped pilot either.
What do you guys think? Are you still looking forward to see the show?
|William Signs With APA|
The Chronicles of Narnia star William Moseley has signed with APA.
‘Narnia’ Star William Moseley Hit by Lightning During ‘Silent Mountain’ Shoot
The English actor played Peter Pevensie in the billion-dollar Walden Media franchise.
The films, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005), The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian (2008) and The Chronicles of Narnia: Voyage of the Dawn Treader (2010), grossed a combine $1.6 billion worldwide.
Moseley has completed filming the lead role in Ernst Gossner’s independent World War I drama The Silent Mountain. He also is attached to the romantic comedy Of Corset’s Mine, and will appear opposite Alfred Molina and Camilla Bell. Production is slated to begin in December.
Moseley also is represented by Intellectual Artists Management and attorney Lev Ginsburg of Ginsburg Daniels.
Thanks to Kare for the heads up and congratulations to William!
|RUN Screening Dates|
The Film Catalogue has posted screening dates for William’s upcoming movie, RUN! The movie is set to premiere tomorrow at 11 AM in Santa Monica and will be re-screened on Friday and Monday:
Thursday, Nov. 1st – 11:00 AM – AMC Santa Monica #7
Friday, Nov. 2nd – 1:00 PM – AMC Santa Monica #7
Monday, Nov. 5th – 3:00 PM – AMC Santa Monica #7
The website also posted a new poster of the movie which you can check out in the gallery!
|Palmetto Health Children’s Hospital Visit|
Thanks to Kare, I’ve added new pictures of William and Kelsey Chow visiting the Palmetto Health Children’s Hospital two weeks ago in South Carolina. Make sure to check them out in the gallery!
Actress Kelsey Chow, a Columbia native, and actor William Moseley surprised children at Palmetto Health Children’s Hospital. The couple spent several hours visiting hospitalized children, playing video games and sharing photos.
|New Photoshoot Picture + Of Corset’s Mine Shooting Postponed|
Thanks to Elsa, I’ve added a beautiful unknown photoshoot picture of William to the gallery. Check it out below:
Thanks to Kare and Jason Connery, we also know that shooting for William’s new film Of Corset’s Mine has been postponed until April of next year.
|RUN Trailer To Be Released Tomorrow!|
Exciting news everyone! According to @Street2Screen, the trailer for William’s new film RUN is going to be released tomorrow!
@Street2Screen: The RUN Trailer will be released tomorrow. Are you excited?
|Make-A-Wish Foundation + Perception Appearance|
Thanks to Kare for finding this old article about William hanging out with fans for the Make-A-Wish Foundation:
Diane wished to meet British actor and star of The Chronicles of Narnia, William Moseley. The morning of her wish day, Diane, her father, Tri, and thirteen year old sister, Darleen, were buzzing with excitement. They talked eagerly about Diane’s crush, who they would soon meet for lunch at the exclusive, members-only club restaurant, SoHo house, in West Hollywood.
When the limo pulled up to the restaurant, William was already there to greet Diane and her family. He was animated, funny and absolutely engaging and Diane hung on every word with a sweet grin permanently affixed to her face. He presented her with a sweet silver-star charm necklace that made Diane light up with joy. The star could not have been a more appropriate gift being that it’s the Make-A-Wish symbol. William gleamed with pride because this was his thought and consideration when handpicking it out for her.
Also William made a brief appearance on the TV show Perception yesterday. If you have a video from the appearance, please feel free to send them our way. We’d love to see it!
|The Silent Mountain Pictures + Article|
Thanks to Tt.com, we have three new pictures of William on the set of The Silent Mountain. Check them out in the gallery!
Also check out a new article regarding the movie on JustJaredJr.com:
William Moseley shows off his World War I era uniform while on the set of The Silent Mountain in the Dolomite Mountains in North eastern Italy.
Run costar and friend Kelsey Chow replied to his pic on the set, “gotta love a man in uniform.”
During filming earlier this week, William, 25, was actually struck by lightning! But no need to worry, he’s okay!
“Hi everyone, yeah I am fine. I was struck by lightning on the arm and am doing fine now. It was very traumatic…It came through the roof and struck nine other crew members. I feel very lucky to be alive. I’ve learned a lot from this experience,” William wrote on Twitter.
|The Hollywood Reporter Interview|
William was interviewed by The Hollywood Reporter (THR) regarding the lightning incident:
COLOGNE, Germany – British actor William Moseley, best known for his role as Peter Pevensie in the Chronicles of Narnia films, was hit by lightning during the shoot for his new film, The Silent Mountain.
Moseley plays a young Austrian solider about to get married to his betrothed Francesca (played by Eugenia Costantini) as Europe descends into World War I. Claudia Cardinale also stars.
Moseley and nine other Silent Mountain crew members, including camerawoman Daniela Knapp, were injured while filming a scene on location in the Dolomite Mountains of Northern Italy.
“We were filming in one of the original WW1 huts the Austrian soldiers had been positioned in,” Moseley said. “The camera rolled, all was quiet when suddenly a lightning bolt came through the roofs of two huts and struck nine of the crew and myself.”
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As you guys know, The Silent Mountain set got hit by lightning a few days ago. William mentioned the accident on his Twitter today and luckily he’s doing fine. You can find more information on the official The Silent Mountain Facebook.
WILLPMO: Hi everyone, yeah I am fine. I was struck by lightning on the arm and am doing fine now. It was very traumatic. We just starting to film. It came through the roof and struck nine other crew members. I feel very lucky to be alive. I’ve learnt a lot from this experience. We have two weeks left of filming and I know it will be a great and productive time. The crew have been wonderful. I am looking forward to all of you seeing the film. I believe it will be very special. Thank you for all of you kind words.
Thanks again for visiting. We’ll be posting more updates in the upcoming days so keep an eye on our website!
|The Silent Mountain Article|
Thanks to Kare for posting this new article about The Silent Mountain which features a new still from the movie:
Five years after the success of the tragic Californian tale South of Pico and after last year’s documentary Global Warning, Austrian filmmaker Ernst Gossner is once again directing a fiction film. Since June 16, he has been shooting The Silent Mountain, a drama about the impact of the First World War on the inhabitants of the mountains between Austria and Italy, in his native region of South Tyrol.
Written by screenwriter Clemens Aufderklamm, the film’s story opens in 1915 with a couple in love: Andreas, a young Tyrolean played by William Moseley (who appeared in all three instalments of The Chronicles of Narnia), and Francesca (Eugenia Costantini from trans-Alpine television series Boris), a 17-year-old Italian girl from the neighbouring Dolomites. But their blossoming love affair is suddenly interrupted when Andreas is drafted up to join the army, after Italy declares war on Austria. This Alpine border region soon becomes the setting for tragedy, as neighbours become enemies, families are divided, and lovers are separated. The film’s prestigious cast includes Italian star Claudia Cardinale (see the photo, taken on the film set last week), Corrado Invernizzi (the doctor in Vincere [trailer, film focus] by Marco Bellocchio), as well as Austrian actors Fritz Karl and Emily Cox (Rammbock: Berlin Undead [trailer]).
|More Info Regarding The Silent Mountain|
Thanks again to Kare and Katherine, we can now read the ScreenDaily article regarding William’s new movie The Silent Mountain:
UK actor William Moseley – who appeared in The Chronicles of Narnia trilogy – is headlining Ernst Gossner’s second feature, the Der Stille Berg (The Silent Mountain)which will begin shooting in South Tyrol for six weeks from this Saturday (June 16).
Clemens Aufderklamm’s screenplay centres on a love story set in 1915 between the 18-year-old South Tirolean Andreas (played by Moseley) who falls in love with the young Italian girl Francesca (Eugenia Costantini). But their love has no time to blossom as the young man is sent to the front the very next day – Italy has declared war on the Austro-Hungarian empire and turns the Dolomites into one of the most bizarre battlefields in the history of mankind.
The international cast also includes the Italian acting legend Claudia Cardinale, Austrian actors Fritz Karl, Harald Windisch and Emily Cox as well as Italy’s Giulio Cristini, Corrado Invernizzi and Michael Cadeddu.
Vienna-based EastWest Filmdistribution will be handling international sales for the $5.2m co-production between Heinz Stussak’s Sigma Film and the director’s own company Vent Productions Inc.
Der Stille Berg, which will be shooting in English and Italian at locations in Italy’s South Tirol, Trentino, Belluno and Austria’s Eastern Tirol, has been backed by the Austrian Film Institute (ÖFI), the Vienna Film Fund (FFW), the “Austrian spend” incentive FISA, CineTirol, Austrian public broadcaster ORF, BLS – Business Location Südtirol, and Trentino Film Commission.
Gossner made his feature directorial debut in 2005 with the LA-based South Of Pico and also directed the documentary Global Warning.
The movie director Ernst Gossner has Twitter and you can follow him here. He tweeted on Wednesday that William arrived in South Tyrol, Italy to shoot the movie on Saturday. And lastly, the movie also has a Facebook page, so be sure to like it to keep up with the latest news!
|William To Star In The Silent Mountain|
Exciting news! According to ScreenDaily.com, William is going to star in a new movie entitled The Silent Mountain. Unfortunately, we can’t access the article because it’s for subscribers only, so hopefully more information will be released soon. In the meantime, you can check out the IMDB page by clicking here. William isn’t on the list yet but it looks like filming has already begun!
William Moseley headlines Gossner’s Alpine drama
Moseley [pictured] joins a cast including Claudia Cardinale, Fritz Karl and Eugenia Costantini.
Thanks a bunch to Kare and Katherine for the heads up!
|CW adds 5 dramas; renews ‘Nikita,’ ‘Dixie,’ ‘Gossip’|
Hey everyone, we have some bad news. According to Variety.com, the CW has already picked up the pilots for its 2012-13 schedule, and unfortunately, The Selection didn’t made the list. Check out the press release below:
The CW is picking up five drama series for its 2012-13 schedule.
“The Carrie Diaries,” “Beauty and the Beast,” “Cult,” “Arrow,” and “First Cut” will be added to the netlet’s primetime schedule. As expected, “Gossip Girl” has gotten an 11-episode order for a sixth and final season. Also renewed was bubble drama “Nikita” for a third season and “Hart of Dixie” for a second season. Two series introduced last year, “Ringer” and “The Secret Circle,” are not getting renewals.
All five new series hail from the studio arms of the CW’s joint owners. Not making the cut are “The Selection,” “Shelter” and “Joey Dakota.” There’s been speculation that CW will hold back “Cult” for midseason.
But let’s look on the bright side, we still have RUN and Of Corset’s Mine, so we can’t wait to see those projects!