Craig Ferguson is a Scottish-born American television host, stand-up comedian, writer, actor, director, author, producer and voice artist. He is the host of The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, an Emmy Award-nominated, Peabody Award-winning late-night talk show that airs on CBS.
Erscheinungsdatum: 04.01.2004, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Big Lou, Titelzusatz: The Life and Career of Actor Louis Edmonds, Autor: Hamrick, Craig, Verlag: iUniverse, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY // Entertainment & Performing Arts, Rubrik: Theater // Ballett, Film, Fernsehen, Seiten: 228, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 357 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
Zavvi Exclusive Steelbook - Limited to 1000 Copies. Daniel Craig returns as Agent 007, starring alongside OSCAR® Winner Javier Bardem*, in Skyfall. When Bond’s latest assignment goes gravely wrong, MI6 is attacked and M (Judi Dench) is forced to relocate the agency. Bond takes to the shadows, following a twisted trail to the mysterious Silva (Bardem), a vengeful ghost from the agency’s past. This limited edition SteelBook™ features artwork inspired by the film’s iconic opening title sequence. *Best Supporting Actor, No Country For Old Men, 2007 Click Images to Enlarge
Ever wanted to be someone else? Now you can. Bringing new meaning to the term identity crisis , this instant cult comedy classic boldly launched the feature film careers of its director, music video visionary Spike Jonze (nominated for an Academy Award® for Best Director), and its screenwriter, master of existentialist surrealism Charlie Kaufman (also nominated for Best Original Screenplay). Failed street puppeteer Craig Schwarz (John Cusack) reluctantly gets a day job to financially support his wife Lotte (Cameron Diaz) and their ever-expanding menagerie of pets crammed in their small, dimly-lit New York apartment. Working as a file clerk at LesterCorp (hidden away on Floor 7½ of the Mertin-Flemmer Building), and spending most of his time lusting after aloof co-worker Maxine (Catherine Keener), one day Craig makes an incredible discovery: a hidden door that leads to a portal inside the mind of legendary actor John Malkovich (John Malkovich), seeing life through his eyes for fifteen minutes before being spat back out on the New Jersey Turnpike. Craig shares his find with Lotte and Maxine, leading to an explosive chain of events that will irrevocably alter the lives of all three... and of course, the unwitting Malkovich.
Dennis Quaid and Kate Capshaw head up an all-star cast in this classic 80s action-packed sci-fi thriller. Young psychic Alex Gardner is coerced into joining a dream research project in which those with his abilities are trained to enter and affect the dreams of others. What begins as an experiment in remedying nightmares turns into something far more sinister however when a corrupt government official seizes control of the project. Only Alex can stop his diabolical plan. SPECIAL FEATURES: Restored version of new 2K scan Audio: DTS-HD Master Audio / PCM Uncompressed Stereo ‘The Actor's Journey’ – Interview With Dennis Quaid ‘Dreamscapes And Dreammakers’ - Retrospective including interviews with Director Joseph Ruben, Co-Writer David Loughery, Actor David Patrick Kelly And other members of the Special Effects Team ‘Nightmares And Dreamsnakes’ – Looking back at the Snakeman with Craig Reardon, David Patrick Kelley and others In-depth conversation between Producer Bruce Cohn Curtis and Co-Writer/Producer Chuck Russell Audio commentary with Bruce Cohn Curtis, David Loughery and Special Makeup artist Craig Reardon Snakeman Test Footage Still Gallery Theatrical Trailer
Combining action and romance amid the excitement and danger of an African National Park, Nor the Moon by Night features Prisoner icon Patrick McGoohan opposite actor/scriptwriter Michael Craig and, in a typically sensuous performance, tragically short-lived British actress Belinda Lee. Featuring sumptuous cinematography by Harry Waxman, the film was shot amid the splendour of South Africas Kruger National Park – one of the country's largest game reserves. Directed by Oscar nominee Ken Annakin, it is presented here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements, in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. When Alice Lang flies out to Kenya to marry gamekeeper Andrew Miller she is met by his brother Rusty, who is initially opposed to the marriage. The two become attracted to each other, but when Andrew is attacked by a lion, Alice nurses him back to health. Now torn between affection and duty, she must decide which path to follow... Features: Image Gallery Alternative Titles
As giant monsters rampaged through the Japanese cinematic landscape during the “kaiju boom” of the mid-1960s, Daiei Studios introduced a new character to the screen that would be embraced for generations: Gamera, the giant, flying, fire-breathing turtle, and friend of all children! Buried under the Arctic ice for several millenia, the colossal chelonian is unleashed upon Japan, leaving havoc in his wake. After becoming an unexpected box office sensation, Gamera returned several more times, leaping to the world’s defence against a motley assortment of evil creatures, from the death-ray-shooting flying terror Gyaos, to the knife-headed alien menace Guiron, to the underwater invader Zigra! Special Edition Contents: High Definition (1080p) transfers of all eight Showa-era Gamera films on Blu-ray Lossless original Japanese and dubbed English mono audio for all films Optional English subtitles for all films Reversible sleeves featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Matt Frank DISC ONE – GAMERA THE GIANT MONSTER Commentary and newly filmed introduction by August Ragone High Definition (1080p) transfer of Gammera the Invincible, the American theatrical version of the film, with lossless mono audio and optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard-of hearing Remembering the Gamera Series, an archive featurette from 1991, including interviews with director Noriaki Yuasa, writer Nisan Takahashi and others Interview with Noriaki Yuasa, filmed by Jörg Buttgereit in 2002 Gamera Special, an hour-long best-of compilation supervised by Noriaki Yuasa in 1991 Alternate English credits Trailer and image galleries DISC TWO – GAMERA VS. BARUGON / GAMERA VS. GYAOS Commentary on Gamera vs. Barugon by August Ragone & Jason Varney Commentary on Gamera vs. Gyaos by Stuart Galbraith IV Newly filmed introductions to both films by August Ragone High Definition (1080p) transfer of War of the Monsters, the shorter American edit of Gamera vs. Barugon, with lossless English audio Alternate English credits for both films Trailer and image galleries DISC THREE – GAMERA VS. VIRAS / GAMERA VS. GUIRON Choice of three different versions of Gamera vs. Viras via seamless branching Commentary on Gamera vs. Viras by Carl Craig and Jim Cirronella Commentary on Gamera vs. Guiron by David Kalat Newly filmed introductions to both films by August Ragone New featurette with actor Carl Craig showing his souvenirs and props from Gamera vs. Viras Highlights from the G-FEST X convention in 2003, featuring Noriaki Yuasa and Carl Craig The 4th Nippon Jamboree, a promotional film for the Boy Scouts of Japan directed by Yuasa in 1966 Alternate English credits for both films Trailer and image galleries DISC FOUR – GAMERA VS. JIGER / GAMERA VS. ZIGRA / GAMERA SUPER MONSTER Commentary on Gamera vs. Jiger by Edward L. Holland Commentary by Gamera vs. Zigra by Sean Rhoads & Brooke McCorkle Commentary on Gamera Super Monster by Richard Pusateri Newly filmed introductions to all three films by August Ragone Alternate English credits for all three films Trailer and image galleries
Renowned Scottish actor Peter Mullan (Trainspotting, My Name Is Joe) made his feature film directing debut with this fierce jet-black comedy of familial grief shot in and around the streets of Glasgow where he grew up. As four siblings reunite for the funeral of their mother, Orphans blends realist drama, wildly absurdist humour, and moving social observation. Gleefully unsentimental and taking wicked delight in subverting audience expectations, Orphans is a dark, dangerous, funny and extraordinarily touching modern classic of Scottish cinema. BLU-RAY SPECIAL FEATURES: High Definition remaster Original 5.1 surround sound and stereo audio tracks Audio commentary with writer-director Peter Mullan (2000) Orphans Reunited (2019, 60 mins): Hopscotch Films’ 20th-anniversary documentary featuring interviews with Mullan, actors Douglas Henshall, Gary Lewis, Stephen McCole, and Rosemarie Stevenson, composer Craig Armstrong, and others The Making of ‘Orphans’ (2000, 38 mins): archival documentary featuring behind-the-scenes footage Deleted scenes with optional director commentary (12 mins) Audition tapes with optional director commentary (17 mins) Three short films directed by Mullan: Close (1994, 17 mins), Good Day for the Bad Guys (1995, 23 mins), and Fridge (1995, 21 mins) Original theatrical trailer Image gallery: publicity and promotional material New and improved English subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing Limited edition exclusive 40-page booklet with a new essay by Michael Pattison, an archival article by Mullan, Mullan’s open letter to FilmFour, critical responses, and film credits Limited edition of 3,000 copies
From director Cy Endfield (Zulu) and special effects legend Ray Harryhausen (The 7th Voyage of Sinbad, Jason and the Argonauts), and starring Herbert Lom (A Shot in the Dark) as Captain Nemo, Mysterious Island is an enchanting Jules Verne adaptation, taking audiences from the top of the sky to the bottom of the sea. Extras Indicator Standard Edition Special Features: 2K restoration from the original negative Original mono audio Alternative 5.1 surround sound track Audio commentary with Ray Harryhausen and film historian Tony Dalton Audio commentary with film experts Randall William Cook, C Courtney Joyner and Steven C Smith Introduction by Ray Harryhausen (2002, 1 min) Ray Harryhausen on ‘Mysterious Island’ (2002, 9 mins) Michael Craig on ‘Mysterious Island’ (2017, 4 mins): the actor shares his memories of working on the film Ray Andrew on ‘Mysterious Island’ (2017, 3 mins): the original clapper loader recalls his time working with Harryhausen Kim Newman on ‘Mysterious Island’ (2017, 21 mins): a new appreciation by the author and genre-film expert Mysterious Magic (2017, 10 mins): renowned visual effects animator Hal Hickel discusses the influence of Harryhausen Islands of Mystery (1964, 6 mins): vintage documentary exploring the film and its connections to the history of real islands Super 8 version (19 mins): original cut-down home cinema presentation Isolated score: experience Bernard Herrmann’s original soundtrack music Back to Mysterious Island: pages from the comic book inspired by the film Original trailers and TV spots Image gallery: an extensive collection of promotional stills, lobby cards and poster designs New and improved English subtitles for the deaf and hard of-hearing