Thursday, April 24, 2014

Hugo Weaving an Don Hany - Healing cast portraits by Dan HImbrechts

Monday, April 21, 2014
hugoweavingprictures:

Hugo Weaving Photo by Matt Sayles (AP) at the Cloud Atlas Press Junket Beverly Hills ,October 14, 2012

hugoweavingprictures:

Hugo Weaving Photo by Matt Sayles (AP) at the Cloud Atlas Press Junket Beverly Hills ,October 14, 2012


I was   t h e   h e r a l d   o f   G i l - g a l a d   and marched with his host. I was at the Battle of Dagorlad before the Black Gate of Mordor…I beheld the last combat on the slopes of Orodruin, where Gil-galad died, and Elendil fell, and Narsil broke beneath him.

I was   t h e   h e r a l d   o f   G i l - g a l a d   and marched with his host. I was at the Battle of Dagorlad before the Black Gate of Mordor…I beheld the last combat on the slopes of Orodruin, where Gil-galad died, and Elendil fell, and Narsil broke beneath him.

Hugo Weaving GIF Hunt

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Favorite characters: Elrond & Lindir.

Favorite characters: Elrond & Lindir.

mystifiedteapot:

From the upcoming Australian movie Healing, directed by Craig Monahan, and featuring Hugo Weaving, Don Hany and Xavier Samuel.

Healing is a powerful, moving story of redemption, the discovery of hope and the healing of the spirit — in the most unlikely place, for the most unique men, through the most unusual catalyst.” [x]

In Australian cinemas from May 8th.

Original images credits : x x x

a-collection-of-ramblings:

THE MATRIX (1999)

Directed and Written by: Andy Wachowski & Lana Wachowski

Starring: Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Carrie-Anne Moss, Hugo Weaving, Joe Pantoliano

The Matrix changed filmmaking and, unintentionally, video games the same way Avatar did ten years later. It became a cultural phenomenon with a variety of quotes, scenes, and all around kick ass fight sequences. Who doesn’t remember the infamous lobby shootout or Neo learning Kung-Fu? But there’s more to this movie then the fight scenes and the (still) epic production/digital design.

The Wachowski’s might be blowing smoke up our asses now a days but at the time, the first Matrix movie did a great job blending philosophy and action. There’s Plato, Rene Descartes, a variety of religious ideals, and many thought-provoking ideas on what is life. You lose yourself in the moment when you see bullets in slow motion but it is impressive how the Wachowski’s could balance everything in the script. The film never got any real recognition with its screenplay and I think that’s a big disservice because I find myself loving the themes just as much as the action. It rightly deserves all the accolades on a technical level and the actors themselves should get some love for actually learning how to fight.

Thanks to The Matrix we got a deluge of action films, homages & parodies of its epic slow mo technology, and the concept of trilogies came back with a reckoning. (Or in today’s terms we now have four films aka a Tetraology). Personally I’ll remember this as my introduction to Hugo Weaving as he became one of the best villains in a new generation of films. His slow cadence and cold stare has worked wonderfully in new ventures including another film trilogy in The Lord of the Rings. We all know now a days how great The Matrix is and I’m sure we all feel the same way in our love of it. Then the sequels came and….well we’ll get to those soon enough.

hugoweavingprictures:

Toronto International Film Festival,September 2005.Photo credits:Jeff Vespa/TIFF “Little Fish” Portraits,and Hugo Weaving@Random Scribblings.Net

hugoweavingprictures:

Toronto International Film Festival,September 2005.
Photo credits:Jeff Vespa/TIFF “Little Fish” Portraits,and Hugo Weaving@Random Scribblings.Net

hugoweavingprictures:

The Return of the King New Zealand Premiere,December 1, 2003

hugoweavingprictures:

The Return of the King New Zealand Premiere,December 1, 2003

weavingmaiden:

Andy Baker Photoshoot on Flickr.
Andy Baker Photoshoot Credits:Andy Baker,Crowjane,and Hugo Weaving@ Random Scribblings.Net

weavingmaiden:

Andy Baker Photoshoot on Flickr.

Andy Baker Photoshoot

Credits:Andy Baker,Crowjane,and Hugo Weaving@ Random Scribblings.Net

weavingmaiden:

Hugo Weaving And Carrie Anne Moss on Flickr.
Sweet photo of Hugo Weaving and Carrie Anne Moss at the Cannes Film Festival’s premiere of The Matrix Reloaded,May 2003. Credits:Phil,and Hugo Weaving@Random Scribblings.Net

weavingmaiden:

Hugo Weaving And Carrie Anne Moss on Flickr.

Sweet photo of Hugo Weaving and Carrie Anne Moss at the Cannes Film Festival’s premiere of The Matrix Reloaded,May 2003.

Credits:Phil,and Hugo Weaving@Random Scribblings.Net

weavingmaiden:

Hugo Weaving Rocker on Flickr.
Gorgeous Photo of Hugo,Weaving,Harold David Photoshoot/Dream Weaving SMH 2005. Credits:Harold David,Phil,and Hugo Weaving@Random Scribblings.Net

weavingmaiden:

Hugo Weaving Rocker on Flickr.

Gorgeous Photo of Hugo,Weaving,Harold David Photoshoot/Dream Weaving SMH 2005.
Credits:Harold David,Phil,and Hugo Weaving@Random Scribblings.Net