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Joel Edgerton Miscellany (& a little Dash of Nash),  “What the Lovings did, by no design, just by their nature, was to make no political statement. They just fell in love.” “They were in a very particular situation that allowed them to fall in love. They did. People told them they could not be in love. They did not want to be martyrs, they did not want to be symbols for a cause or a movement. They just wanted to be left alone to be in love.” – “Loving” writer/director Jeff Nichols

Joel Edgerton Miscellany (& a little Dash of Nash), “What the Lovings did, by no design, just by their nature, was to make no political statement. They just fell in love.” “They were in a very particular situation that allowed them to fall in love. They did. People told them they could not be in love. They did not want to be martyrs, they did not want to be symbols for a cause or a movement. They just wanted to be left alone to be in love.” – “Loving” writer/director Jeff Nichols

Joel Edgerton Miscellany (& a little Dash of Nash), “I galloped into town to play the villain. I was promoted to the hero before we even shot because Fassbender left. And then it was like I was never allowed to leave town because the movie shot for longer than it should have. It had all these stops and starts. I’m happy to say, I’ve seen the finished movie and I can’t believe it — it should not be as good as it is, given all the problems it had.” – Joel Edgerton on “Jane Got a Gun”

Joel Edgerton Miscellany (& a little Dash of Nash), “I galloped into town to play the villain. I was promoted to the hero before we even shot because Fassbender left. And then it was like I was never allowed to leave town because the movie shot for longer than it should have. It had all these stops and starts. I’m happy to say, I’ve seen the finished movie and I can’t believe it — it should not be as good as it is, given all the problems it had.” – Joel Edgerton on “Jane Got a Gun”

Joel Edgerton Miscellany (& a little Dash of Nash), [click for large high-res] “I like of Lucas that when I first read the script, I just felt like he was some kind of soldier as I was reading it, not even realizing what Jeff had chosen for him do as a job. But not as in…he’s an ex-soldier, but a soldier in that he’s in service of other people, for another person’s mission…It just sort of felt interesting that there was a willingness and a dedication to somebody else’s purpose and if that’s…

Joel Edgerton Miscellany (& a little Dash of Nash), [click for large high-res] “I like of Lucas that when I first read the script, I just felt like he was some kind of soldier as I was reading it, not even realizing what Jeff had chosen for him do as a job. But not as in…he’s an ex-soldier, but a soldier in that he’s in service of other people, for another person’s mission…It just sort of felt interesting that there was a willingness and a dedication to somebody else’s purpose and if that’s…

Joel Edgerton Miscellany (& a little Dash of Nash)   “I can’t say enough about Joel Edgerton. I mean, he’s a remarkable actor. When I cast him, I said, ‘Look, this is a man who wears many masks. He’s one thing with Whitey Bulger, he’s another with Billy Bulger, and he’s yet another with his wife, and then yet another with the FBI. He’s always dancing. The man who starts the film is the great white hope, the law enforcement officer with a storied career, and the next thing you know, he’s a…

Joel Edgerton Miscellany (& a little Dash of Nash) “I can’t say enough about Joel Edgerton. I mean, he’s a remarkable actor. When I cast him, I said, ‘Look, this is a man who wears many masks. He’s one thing with Whitey Bulger, he’s another with Billy Bulger, and he’s yet another with his wife, and then yet another with the FBI. He’s always dancing. The man who starts the film is the great white hope, the law enforcement officer with a storied career, and the next thing you know, he’s a…

Joel Edgerton Miscellany (& a little Dash of Nash), Don’t forget to pick up your December 4 copy of “The Hollywood Reporter” to read excerpts from the fascinating roundtable discussion the magazine recently hosted with Joel, Michael Caine, Samuel L. Jackson, Will Smith, Benicio Del Toro, and Mark Ruffalo.  It contains heaps of interesting insights on acting - and practical tips on what to do when nerves cause you to need to use the bathroom just before going on stage…. :-)

Joel Edgerton Miscellany (& a little Dash of Nash), Don’t forget to pick up your December 4 copy of “The Hollywood Reporter” to read excerpts from the fascinating roundtable discussion the magazine recently hosted with Joel, Michael Caine, Samuel L. Jackson, Will Smith, Benicio Del Toro, and Mark Ruffalo. It contains heaps of interesting insights on acting - and practical tips on what to do when nerves cause you to need to use the bathroom just before going on stage…. :-)

Joel Edgerton Miscellany (& a little Dash of Nash), [click for large high-res] “Shannon never slips into brutish action hero territory, he shows a sensitivity and a fragility that makes Roy a remarkable character. Kirsten Dunst as the Alton’s mother is a heartbreaking mix of sadness and resolution, and Joel Edgerton as their helping friend Lucas manages to convince us that a grown man (a state trooper no less) can be reduced to shakes by a slightly supernatural eight-year-old.” “The…

Joel Edgerton Miscellany (& a little Dash of Nash), [click for large high-res] “Shannon never slips into brutish action hero territory, he shows a sensitivity and a fragility that makes Roy a remarkable character. Kirsten Dunst as the Alton’s mother is a heartbreaking mix of sadness and resolution, and Joel Edgerton as their helping friend Lucas manages to convince us that a grown man (a state trooper no less) can be reduced to shakes by a slightly supernatural eight-year-old.” “The…

The trailer for “The Gift"  – written and directed by, as well as co-starring Joel – has been released.  The film will open in the US on 31 July. —–  "The sins of your past will become your present.” —–

The trailer for “The Gift" – written and directed by, as well as co-starring Joel – has been released. The film will open in the US on 31 July. —– "The sins of your past will become your present.” —–

Joel Edgerton Miscellany (& a little Dash of Nash),  Whilst many actors were preparing to get frocked up in Hollywood to attend the Golden Globes Awards ceremony this past weekend, Joel was happily relaxing in Bondi attending the Flickerfest International Short Film Festival with hometown friends and his Blue-Tongue Films colleagues.  One of the premiere short film festivals in the world, Flickerfest has been hugely instrumental in showcasing the short films of all 7 of the Blue-Tongue…

Joel Edgerton Miscellany (& a little Dash of Nash), Whilst many actors were preparing to get frocked up in Hollywood to attend the Golden Globes Awards ceremony this past weekend, Joel was happily relaxing in Bondi attending the Flickerfest International Short Film Festival with hometown friends and his Blue-Tongue Films colleagues. One of the premiere short film festivals in the world, Flickerfest has been hugely instrumental in showcasing the short films of all 7 of the Blue-Tongue…

Mike Waters: I'm a connoisseur of roads. I've been tasting roads my whole life. This road will never end. It probably goes all around the world. - My Own Private Idaho (1991)

Mike Waters: I'm a connoisseur of roads. I've been tasting roads my whole life. This road will never end. It probably goes all around the world. - My Own Private Idaho (1991)

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