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'Thirteen Lives' Star Joel Edgerton Reflects on Dangerous 'First Taste of Diving' With His Father (Exclusive)

Prime Video's newest movie release is Thirteen Lives, a survival biopic that recounts the real-life 2018 story of a youth soccer team in Thailand, who became trapped in a series of caves after rainwater flooded the tunnels. The film follows the massive rescue effort, made up of military personnel and volunteers from across the globe, including a team of expert cave divers portrayed on-screen by Viggo Mortensen, Colin Farrell, Joel Edgerton, Tom Bateman and Paul Gleeson. spoke with the cast, ahead of the film release, and during our conversation with Eggerton, Mortenson and Teeradon "James" Supapunpinyo, the former reflected on his dangerous "first taste of diving" with his father when he was a teenager.
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Viggo Mortensen, Joel Edgerton and Teeradon ‘James’ Supapunpinyo Talk ‘Thirteen Lives’ and Striving for the Truth

Now playing in select theaters and streaming on Prime Video is director Ron Howard’s Thirteen Lives. Co-produced by Raymond Phathanavirangoon, the fantastic film is based on the incredible 2018 true story about the Thai soccer team that became trapped in the Tham Luang cave during an unexpected rainstorm. As word spread around the planet, more than 10,000 volunteers joined forces to help save the twelve boys and their coach, including a team of the world’s most skilled and experienced divers.
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The Stranger review – Joel Edgerton is at his brooding best in this sophisticated crime drama

A creeping sense of dread permeates the second feature film of writer/director Thomas M Wright, who burst out the gates with Acute Misfortune in 2018, which was not just a great biopic (of the artist Adam Cullen), but one of the best Australian films of the decade. The Stranger has a texture reminiscent of films by fellow Australian filmmaker Justin Kurzel, particularly Snowtown and Nitram, with scaled-back colour schemes, compositions that are stylised – but never flashy – and graded in a slightly off-colour way, as if the characters have stained the surface of the film, contaminating it from the inside.

Netflix Picks Up Australian Crime-Thriller ‘The Stranger’ Starring Joel Edgerton, Sean Harris

Netflix has acquired Thomas M. Wright’s Australian crime-thriller The Stranger, which had its world premiere in Cannes earlier this year, with plans to launch the film globally in October. Starring Joel Edgerton and Sean Harris, the film comes from See-Saw Films, Anonymous Content and Blue Tongue Films, and revolves around two strangers who strike up a conversation on a long journey. One is a suspect in an unsolved missing person’s case, while the other is an undercover operative on his trail. Their uneasy friendship is at the core of the plot, based on the true story of one of the largest...

Netflix Acquires Thomas M. Wright’s Joel Edgerton And Sean Harris-Starring Thriller ‘The Stranger’ Following Cannes Bow

Click here to read the full article. Netflix has bagged Thomas M. Wright’s tense Cannes thriller The Stranger and will premiere it globally in October. The Australian drama had its world premiere in the Official Selection at the Cannes Film Festival this year, where Deadline critic Anna Smith said it revealed “quietly compelling insight” about the nature of police work. The film will premiere in Australia at the Melbourne International Film Festival today and have a local theatrical release, before launching on Netflix worldwide (excluding Italy, Benelux, Portugal, Greece, Israel and the Middle East). Produced by See-Saw Films, Anonymous Content and Blue Tongue Films, whose founder...

Deadline Studio Arrivals At Cannes Film Festival – Day 1-7 – Jesse Eisenberg, Julianne Moore, Joel Edgerton & More

Click here to read the full article. Deadline’s studio at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival kicked off at the American Pavilion by hosting fest-goers such as Joel Edgerton of The Stranger, Jesse Eisenberg and Julianne Moore of When You Finish Saving The World, and many more. Click on the photo above to launch the gallery. Aero is the official sponsor of the Deadline Studio at Cannes Film Festival, sponsors are Soia & Kyo and Jamones Iberico from Spain: Ambassadors of Europe in the World More from DeadlineCharles Finch: The "Old-Fashioned" Movie Impresario Returns To Producing - And Insists Roasting On Oscars And BAFTAs Must StopCannes 2022 Photos: Kristen Stewart, Diane Kruger, Norman Reedus & Cara Delevingne Flock To Festival's 75th Anniversary CelebrationCannes Review: Mario Martone's 'Nostalgia'Best of DeadlineAwards Season Red Carpet Photos: Grammys, Oscars, SAG Awards & More

The Stranger Review: A Bleak And Subdued Australian Thriller Starring Joel Edgerton [Cannes]

Featuring great performances from its two incredibly bearded leading men, and bosting a twist that offers something truly unique to the true crime genre, "The Stranger" takes loose inspiration from a true story to deliver a bleak yet subdued thriller. Sadly, the film banks everything on this reveal, which recontextualizes everything that came before but deflates all the tension. Still, this harrowing story about the darkness hiding behind the pleasantries of strangers brings to mind films like "Prisoners" and "Zodiac," and could break big within the true crime fandom.
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Cannes: Lee Jung-jae, Rebecca Hall, Joel Edgerton and More in The Hollywood Reporter’s Festival Photo Diary

Nothing compares to Cannes. That has never been more true than it is this year as the international film festival rolled out the iconic red carpet to celebrate a milestone 75th anniversary, as always, against the backdrop of the French Riviera. Welcoming A-list stars, celebrated auteurs, musicians, models and, yes, even TikTok creators, the 2022 Cannes Film Festival recalibrated to maximum energy after two unprecedented years amid the pandemic.More from The Hollywood ReporterCannes: International Film Sector Rallies in Support of UkraineUkraine Presidential Office Head's Open Letter to the Stars: "Your Support for My Country Has Been Critical"Cannes According to... Saban Films'...

‘The Stranger’ Review: Joel Edgerton Loses Himself in This Dark Australian Thriller’s Many Layers

Click here to read the full article. Who knew that police sting operations did — or even could — work like the one seen in “The Stranger”? Based on the extensive Mr. Big ruse that brought a notorious Australian kidnapper to justice, this eerie, understated thriller draws the audience into the same deception used to ensnare the culprit, focusing on psychology more than procedure in its entrancing account of a most unusual criminal investigation. The case echoes Denis Villeneuve’s “Prisoners” at times, minus the twisted genre-movie payoff, which will limit commercial prospects beyond Oz shores. With a tortured performance by producer-star...

First Look Image of Joel Edgerton, Sigourney Weaver in Paul Schrader’s ‘Master Gardener’

Click here to read the full article. HanWay Films have unveiled a first look image from Paul Schrader’s “Master Gardener,” starring Joel Edgerton and Sigourney Weaver. “Master Gardener” tells the story of horticulturist Narvel Roth (played by Edgerton), who tends to a beautiful and historic estate owned by wealthy dowager Mrs Haverhill (Weaver). But Mrs Haverhill’s insistence that Roth employ her wayward great-niece Maya as an apprentice unexpectedly sends his life into chaos as dark secrets from his past emerge and threaten to capsize all who live and work at Gracewood Gardens. Soon, Roth finds he must choose between the...