Avance: "El compas dorado"

Avance: "El compas dorado"

Aca les dejo un avance (en ingles) de la ultima pelicula de Nicole Kidman.

La informacion que aparece debajo esta en ingles (Citada desde Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/His_Dark_Materials:_The_Golden_Compass)

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His Dark Materials: The Golden Compass is a forthcoming film based upon the first novel in Philip Pullman's trilogy His Dark Materials, slated for release on December 7 2007 by New Line Cinema. The story tells of Lyra's adventure to the far north in search of her friend. The movie title reflects the North American title of the novel The Golden Compass, known originally in the UK as Northern Lights. The project was announced in February 2002, following the success of other recent adaptations of fantasy epics, and at $150 million is expected to be New Line's biggest budget project ever after a series of box office disappointments in the past year.

On February 11, 2002, following the success of New Line Cinema's The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, the studio bought the rights to Phillip Pullman's His Dark Materials trilogy. Directors Brett Ratner and Sam Mendes expressed interest, and in July 2003 Tom Stoppard was commissioned to write the screenplay.

A year later, Chris Weitz was hired to direct. Weitz rejected Stoppard's script, preferring to adapt Pullman's work himself. Weitz cited Barry Lyndon and Star Wars as a stylistic influence on the film, and also indicated that the film would make no direct mention of religion or of God, two of the key themes of the trilogy – a decision attacked by fans of the novels. Weitz stated that New Line Cinema feared that "perceived antireligiosity" would make the film financially unviable in the US. However, Weitz attempted to reassure fans by saying that religion would appear in euphemistic terms. He also indicated that he believes His Dark Materials is "not an atheistic work, but a highly spiritual and reverent piece of writing". On December 15, 2004, Weitz announced his resignation as director of the trilogy, citing the enormous technical challenges of the epic.

On August 9, 2005, it was announced that British director Anand Tucker would take over from Weitz. Tucker felt the film would thematically be about Lyra "looking for a family", and Pullman agreed: "He has plenty of very good ideas, and he isn't daunted by the technical challenges. But the best thing from the point of view of all who care about the story is his awareness that it isn't about computer graphics; it isn't about fantastic adventures in amazing-looking worlds; it's about Lyra." Tucker resigned on May 8, 2006, citing creative disagreements with New Line, and Weitz returned to direct.

First still production of His Dark Materials : The Golden Compass showing Mrs. Coulter (Nicole Kidman) and Lyra Belacqua (Dakota Blue Richards)
First still production of His Dark Materials : The Golden Compass showing Mrs. Coulter (Nicole Kidman) and Lyra Belacqua (Dakota Blue Richards)

Filming began at Shepperton Studios on September 4, 2006, and ended on February 30 2007.[citation needed] Additional sequences have been shot in the alps near Grindelwald, Switzerland in the beginning of May 2007. There have also been scenery shooting in Scandinavian locations such as Norway and Svalbard, but none of the stars were allowed to perform there, as the producers didn't want them damaged from the extreme cold. There was filming on the Radcliffe Square, Oxford, on the 14th and 15th of June. Night filming is taking place in Oxford on the 24th, 25th and 26th of June.

Rhythm and Hues Studios will create the main dæmons, and Framestore CFC will create all the bears. British company Cinesite will create the secondary dæmons. The film will be edited by Anne V. Coates, OBE. A teaser trailer showing both finished and unfinished scenes from the movie, as well as behind-the-scenes material, debuted on March 23, 2007 and can be found on YouTube.

Daniel Craig as Lord Asriel
Nicole Kidman as Mrs. Coulter

New Line Cinema announced in June 2006 that 12-year-old Dakota Blue Richards will play the lead role of Lyra Belacqua, in what will be her first feature film. Richards was picked from 10,000 girls who auditioned. Nicole Kidman will play Mrs. Coulter, as suggested by Phillip Pullman. Daniel Craig has been cast in the role of Lord Asriel, appearing as Lyra's uncle, a ruthless and mysterious adventurer. Eva Green, reuniting with Casino Royale co-star Craig, will play Serafina Pekkala, a queen of the witches. The armored bear king, Iofur Raknison will be voiced by Ian McShane. Freddie Highmore, who replaced previously cast Adam Godley, will voice Pantalaimon, Lyra's dæmon. The Olivier Award-winning actress Claire Higgins will play Ma Costa.



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4 comentarios - Avance: "El compas dorado"

yo lei los libros, fumadisimos, pero mejor que el potter ese, recomendables, y ademas cualquier pelicula que aparezca nicol kidman esta buena
son 3, the golden compass (aca traducido como luces del norte?¿) the subtle knif (tambien cuenta con traducción, la daga sutil) y el tercero y mas loco de todos the amber spyglass, sin traduccion todavia, yo lo lei en ingles, es muy dificil de conseguir por ahora. estan buenos, mucha, mucha imaginacion y mucho quilombo con una iglesia super opresiva, leanlos!