The Art Of Elysium’s 6th Annual GENESIS

Emile Hirsch attends The Art of Elysium’s 6th Annual GENESIS at The Theatre at Ace Hotel Downtown LA on September 5, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.

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SLS Las Vegas Celebrates Grand Opening

Emile Hirsch arrives at the SLS Las Vegas grand opening on August 22, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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Emile Hirsch joins Craig Roberts’ directorial debut “Just Jim”

Emile Hirsch has been cast alongside Craig Roberts in Just Jim, which goes into production in Wales this week.

The feature marks the directorial debut of Roberts, the 23 year-old star of Submarine and The Double who has recently been seen in US comedies including Neighbors and 22 Jump Street.

Roberts plays the title role opposite Hirsch, best known for his roles in Lone Survivor, Into the Wild and Prince Avalanche.

The story centres on Jim, a teenage loser who life is turned around by the appearance of an enigmatic, handsome neighbour.

Co-stars include Aneirin Hughes, Nia Roberts, Richard Harrington, Matthew Aubrey and newcomers Ryan Owen and Charlotte Randall.

Producers are Adrian Bate and Pip Broughton of Vox Pictures and the film will shoot on location in Caerphilly, Wales, over three weeks.

Just Jim was selected as one of three finalists of Ffilm Cymru Wales’ emerging talent scheme, Cinematic

Soda Pictures will release in the UK and Ireland in 2015.

Roberts’ directing career began with Avocado Baby, a music video for the band Los Campesinos.

Embarking on his first feature, Roberts said: “It’s surreal to be back in my home town shooting a movie. I’m excited to work with a great cast and I hope Emile likes Maesycwmmer.”

Hirsch recently wrapped an adaptation of Eleanor Henderson’s novel Ten Thousand Saints alongside Ethan Hawke, Emily Mortimer and Julianne Nicholson.

Roberts, a former Screen International Star of Tomorrow, recently finished work on Kill Your Friends, the feature adaptation of John Niven’s cult novel of the same name, directed by Owen Harris, alongside Nicholas Hoult.


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Emile Hirsch arrives at the 4th Annual Critics’ Choice Television Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on June 19, 2014 in Beverly Hills, California.

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Emile Hirsch attends the premiere of ‘Holbrook/Twain: An American Odyssey’ during the 2014 Los Angeles Film Festival at Regal Cinemas L.A. Live on June 15, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.

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Emile Hirsch attends the Children Mending Hearts 6th Annual Fundraiser ‘Empathy Rocks: A Spring Into Summer Bash’ at a private residence on June 14, 2014 in Beverly Hills, California.

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Emile Hirsch arrives at the Pathway To The Cures For Breast Cancer event at Barkar Hangar on June 11, 2014 in Santa Monica, California.

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Spike TV’s Guys Choice 2014

Emile Hirsch attends Spike TV’s ‘Guys Choice 2014’ at Sony Pictures Studios on June 7, 2014 in Culver City, California.

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Emile Hirsch Directs Music Video For Koga’s “Lucky Man”

The narrative is somewhat vague: In one reading, two men ready for an Internet date—with the more muscular of the two donning a wig and dress because he’s passed himself off as a woman on his profile. As the video ends, his suitor—who reads as fairly genderqueer himself—betrays just the tiniest bit of a smile as he steps inside and meets his date.

The two actors that star in “Lucky Man”—Ace Norton and Frankie Levangie—are friends of Hirsch, and also appeared in Hirsch’s 2011 video for Daft Punk’s “Alive”—which had its own homoerotic vibe.

Below, watch the videos for “Lucky Man” and “Alive”

Daft Punk – Alive (Exclu Daftworld) por daftworld


Hirsch: I had Bonnie And Clyde ban

Emile Hirsch has revealed how he decided not to watch the Bonnie And Clyde film before he tackled the role himself.

The Into The Wild star, who plays notorious outlaw Clyde Barrow in the TV film alongside Holliday Grainger as his screen lover Bonnie Parker, admitted he purposely banned himself from seeing the 1967 movie, which starred Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway as the famed pair.

“Well, the first thing I did was to not watch the original Bonnie And Clyde with Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway. And I coincidentally had never seen it. It was the one chink in my cinematic armour,” he said.

“So I didn’t go back and fill that chink and watch it, and I was glad that I didn’t, because sometimes when an actor watches something that has already been done, it’s very tempting to just ape what the other actor’s done – copy them, mimic them, be a parrot. So I didn’t take the bird route and put my own spin on the role.”

But once shooting finished, the actor was happy to check out Warren’s take on the character.

“As soon as I wrapped, I was dying to see it. I couldn’t wait. I loved it. It’s a wonderful, wonderful movie,” Emile said. “But I was also shocked by how completely different it was than ours.”

The 29-year-old also revealed filming in the period costumes in Louisiana’s Baton Rouge wasn’t easy.

“We were bubbling and boiling in those clothes, but that’s what they wore back then, so that was what it took,” the actor explained. “And it was really important to always be wearing the suits because Clyde was very, very, very, very concerned about his appearance.”

Bonnie And Clyde is available on DVD now.


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• Bloomberg & Vanity Fair Cocktail Reception Following The 2014 WHCA Dinner – May 04, 2014
• 100th Annual White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner – May 03, 2014
• 2014 Annual Garden Brunch – May 03, 2014

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