HD screencaps of Ben as the Sheriff of Nottingham in Robin Hood have been added to the gallery:
Outtakes from a 2010 Animal Kingdom promotional shoot featuring the cast have been added to the gallery:
As well as HQ outtakes from a 2012 shoot featuring Ben and Killing Them Softly director Andrew Dominik:
On Monday, Marvel livestreamed a Twitter Q&A featuring the cast of Captain Marvel which you can watch on Periscope here. Below is an interview from the same day:
And here’s an exclusive clip from Captain Marvel featuring Ben:
Freestyle Digital Media has released the first trailer for Untogether (available to stream everywhere February 8th), the romantic comedy-drama written and directed by Emma Forrest and starring Ben, Jemima Kirke, Lola Kirke, and Jamie Dornan. Watch below and check out some of the latest stills and screencaps in the gallery:
Marvel has released new character posters for Captain Marvel, and Ben has his own as the human form of the Skrull leader, Talos:
Captain Marvel is in theaters March 8th.
Outtakes from several photoshoots have been added to the gallery:
November has been a busy month for Ben and the rest of the crew of ‘Darkest Hour’, with plenty of new photos, interviews, and premieres for us to enjoy before the movie is released on the 22nd.
November 6th: San Francisco Film Society Honors ‘Darkest Hour’ (with a video of Ben goofing off)
November 9th: Los Angeles premiere of ‘Darkest Hour’
Portraits for ‘Darkest Hour’
November 11th: 9th Annual Governors Awards
November 14th: New ‘Darkest Hour’ clip with Ben and Gary Oldman
November 14th: AOL Build Series NYC with Kristin, Joe, Anthony, and Ben
Entire AOL Build Series interview
November 15th: New York premiere of ‘Darkest Hour’
November 16th: BAFTA NY screening of ‘Darkest Hour’
November 17th: SAGAFTRA Foundation Conversation for ‘Darkest Hour’
Collider: Watch as Ben Mendelsohn humorously tries hard not to confirm he’s joining ‘Captain Marvel’
Racked: Why Are Movies Obsessed With Capes?
LA Times: You know them, you love them, but these veteran actors have never felt Oscar’s love
Variety: This Year’s Oscar Actor Races Could Provide a Lot of First-Time Nominees
The Playlist: Ben Mendelsohn On Fire Talking ‘Darkest Hour’ And Hollywood’s ‘Line In The Sand’ Moment
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Variety published an exclusive that Ben Mendelsohn was being eyed for the villain role in Marvel’s ‘Captain Marvel’ starring Brie Larson. Ben would play the antagonist of the film, who would be the leader of the Skrulls. The film is being directed by Ryan Fleck and Anna Boden, who directed Ben in 2015’s ‘Mississippi Grind’.
More from Variety:
At this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, Feige announced that the superhero film will be set in the ’90s, before the Avengers ever thought of assembling, and Samuel L. Jackson is expected to reprise his role as Nick Fury.
The pic is expected to bow on March 8, 2019.
Fleck and Boden had Mendelsohn in mind when they first started plotting the story and once the two sides were able to meet, Mendelsohn quickly agreed to pursue the role.
Mendelsohn has been slowly becoming a go-to villain in Hollywood following his role in “Star Wars” standalone film “Rogue One” and the upcoming “Robin Hood: Origins,” where he portrays the Sheriff of Nottingham. Mendelsohn has also shined on TV, winning an Emmy for playing the black sheep of the family on Netflix’s “Bloodline.”
Mendelsohn can be seen next in Steven Spielberg’s “Ready Player One.”
Empire released new character posters for ‘Darkest Hour’ and here is Ben as King George VI:
‘Darkest Hour’ arrives in cinemas November 22nd.