Gwyneth Paltrow and Ewan McGregor’s … got to work shooting their initial scenes in a restaurant on London’s South Bank.
Guy Burnet arriving at a screening of ‘Kill Your Darlings’, Paris Theater, New York City, 30th Sept 2013.
Guy Burnet arriving at a screening of ‘Kill Your Darlings’ at Paris Theater, New York City, 30th Sept 2013.
September 30, 2013 - Guy Burnet attends a screening of Sony Pictures Classics’ “Kill Your Darlings” held at Paris Theatre, NYC.
Guy Burnet attends The Cinema Society and Johnston & Murphy screening of Sony Pictures Classics’ ‘Kill Your Darlings’ at Paris Theater on September 30, 2013 in New York City.
Guy Burnet has been cast in new movie Entering The Sea. It will be shot in New York and directed by its writer Lauren Mackenzie.
Lionsgate and OddLot Entertainment have added Guy Burnet to the cast of Mortdecai, alongside Johnny Depp, Ewan McGregor, and Gwyneth Paltrow. The British thesp will play McGregor’s partner in the adaptation of Kyril Bonfiglioli’s book about the murder of an art restorer. David Koepp is directing. Burnet’s upcoming films include indie Beautiful Now and Two Jacks. He’s repped by MJ Management and attorney Geoff Oblath.
Based on Kyril Bonfigliol’s series of novels titled “The Mortdecai Trilogy”, the film will follow eccentric art dealer Charles Mortdecai who, upon discovering the code to a bank vault containing Nazi gold, embarks on an epic journey to find the lost treasure. Depp will be starring as the aforementioned Mortdecai while Burnet will play the faithful assistant to McGregor’s unannounced character.
Koepp is directing from a script penned by “On the Line” scribe Eric Aronson. In addition to starring, Depp will also produce alongside Christi Dembrowski for Infinitum Nihil. Andrew Lazar is producing for Mad Chance Productions. Erik Feig, Michael Paseornek, Gillian Bohrer and James Myers will be overseeing the project as executives.
Burnet is best known for his performances as Riley in Adrian Vitoria’s “Age of Heroes” and Paul in Bernard Rose’s “Two Jacks”, and his short 15 episode arc on BBC America’s “Hollyoaks.” He also recently appeared in W. Peter Iliff’s “Rites of Passage” and Isabella Hyams’ short romantic-comedy “The Skinny.” Next year he’ll be back on the big screen in Daniela Amavia’s “Beautiful Now” and then in Lauren Mackenzie’s “Entering the Sea” in 2015.
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List of Narrators:
Elspeth, read by Elle Newlands
Margaret, read by Katy Townsend
David, read by Lincoln Hoppe
Finlay, read by Adam Alexi-Malle
Paul, read by Guy Burnet
Advance praise for Letters from Skye
“A poignant tale of a stubborn love that bridges the lives and wars of two generations, Letters From Skye gives the reader a story to inhale as well as read, unfolding amid the gripping panorama of a changing world—an absorbing and rewarding saga of loss and discovery.”—Kate Alcott, bestselling author of The Dressmaker
“Jessica Brockmole’s Letters from Skye is a fascinating, lyrical tale of love and loss. Gracefully weaving the tales of lovers and brothers and sisters spanning two wars, Brockmole expertly explores the toll of both honesty and deception upon hearts battered by war and society’s expectations.”—Melanie Benjamin, author of The Aviator’s Wife
"Beautiful Now" directed by Daniela Amavia starring Abigail Spencer, Cheyenne Jackson and Collette Wolfe in post now! bit.ly/15nUskG
From the Hollywood Reporter:
Written by Daniela Amavia, who will also direct, Beautiful Now tells the story of a passionate dancer who finds herself mulling an extreme act when she reaches a crossroads in her life. As she hangs on the razor’s edge, crossing between reality and fantasy, her fractured group of friends reunite and embark on a shared journey into intense memories of their past, helping the woman answer the question: “If your life flashed before your eyes, would you like what you see?”