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London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2016 - Burberry - Arrivals

Holliday Grainger , Harry Treadaway - London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2016 - Burberry - Arrivals at London Fashion Week - London, United Kingdom - Monday 21st September 2015

Holliday Grainger and Harry Treadaway
Holliday Grainger and Harry Treadaway
Holliday Grainger and Harry Treadaway
Holliday Grainger
Holliday Grainger
Holliday Grainger

The EE British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA)

Holliday Grainger and Harry Treadaway - The EE British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA) 2015 Official After Party held at the Grosvenor House hotel - Arrivals at Grosvenor House - London, United Kingdom - Sunday 8th February 2015

Holliday Grainger and Harry Treadaway
Holliday Grainger
Holliday Grainger
Holliday Grainger
Holliday Grainger
Holliday Grainger

Honeymoon Trailer


It seemed that life was blissfully perfect for young newly married couple Paul (Harry Treadaway) and Bea (Rose Leslie) as they set out on a glorious honeymoon to a lakeside cabin on the edge of some isolated woodland. It was meant to be an idyllic and romantic trip, but things turn all too strange when Paul wakes in the middle of the night to find Bea missing from her bed. On searching for her, he finds her shivering and naked in the woods, frightened and very confused. The next morning she insists that she is feeling fine after her 'sleepwalking' episode, but when she starts to become increasingly distant and distracted, Paul decides to find out what really happened to her in those woods. She's reluctant to reveal anything and starts to act more and more disturbing, and Paul doesn't know whether it's her he should be protecting or himself.

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Edinburgh International Film Festival 2014

Leigh Janiak, Rose Leslie and Harry Treadaway - Harry Treadaway and Rose Leslie out walking during the Edinburgh International Film Festival 2014. They were joined by Leigh Janiak, director of their recent film Honeymoon which had it's UK premiere at the festival. - Edinburgh, United Kingdom - Friday 27th June 2014

Leigh Janiak, Rose Leslie and Harry Treadaway
Rose Leslie and Harry Treadaway
Leigh Janiak, Rose Leslie and Harry Treadaway
Rose Leslie and Harry Treadaway
Leigh Janiak, Rose Leslie and Harry Treadaway
Leigh Janiak, Rose Leslie and Harry Treadaway

Penny Dreadful Screening

Billie Piper, Josh Hartnett, Eva Green and Harry Treadaway - Sky Atlantic's new drama Penny Dreadful screening held at the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel - Arrivals. - London, United Kingdom - Monday 12th May 2014

Billie Piper, Josh Hartnett, Eva Green and Harry Treadaway
Josh Hartnett, Eva Green, Billie Piper, Timothy Dalton, Harry Treadaway, Danny Sapani, Rory Kinnear and Sam Mendes
Josh Hartnett, Eva Green, Billie Piper, Timothy Dalton, Harry Treadaway, Danny Sapani, Rory Kinnear and Sam Mendes
Josh Hartnett, Eva Green, Billie Piper, Timothy Dalton, Harry Treadaway, Danny Sapani, Rory Kinnear and Sam Mendes
Josh Hartnett, Eva Green, Billie Piper, Timothy Dalton, Harry Treadaway, Danny Sapani, Rory Kinnear and Sam Mendes
Josh Hartnett, Eva Green, Billie Piper, Timothy Dalton, Harry Treadaway, Danny Sapani, Rory Kinnear and Sam Mendes

Moet British Independent Film Awards

Harry Treadaway - Moet British Independent Film Awards held at Old Billingsgate Market - Arrivals - London, United Kingdom - Sunday 8th December 2013

Harry Treadaway

The Lone Ranger Review


Good

Everything about this film screams excess, from the ludicrous two-and-a-half hour running time to the whopping scale of the action sequences to Johnny Depp's bizarro costume. But this reunion between Depp and his original Pirates of the Caribbean trilogy director Verbinski is a solidly made romp that actually has some genuine laughs and thrills. There's certainly never a dull moment.

It's set in late-1860s Texas, where John Reid (Hammer) arrives to visit his brother Dan (Dale), whose wife Rebecca (Wilson) is John's former flame. After an elaborate prison break, John is deputised and joins the posse of rangers hunting down the escapee. When they're ambushed, John is the lone survivor, nursed back to health by quirky outsider Tonto (Depp), a Native American who knows how to get to the bottom of what's going on here. So they go undercover to find the truth, which involves a secret silver mine, construction on the first transcontinental American railway, and tensions between European settlers and the native Comanche community.

The script is a complex riot of details that resolutely refuse to gel into a coherent picture until the screenwriters are good and ready to fill in the gaps. In the mean time, they throw the characters into a series of madcap action set-pieces that are wildly cartoonish in the way everyone just dusts themselves off afterwards and carries on. From train crashes to horseback chases, this is non-stop action. And Verbinski is an expert at staging these massive sequences, so they're a lot of fun to watch, especially when the film is populated with such energetic characters.

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Video - Harry Treadaway Thinks Over The Lifetime Of 'The Lone Ranger' Franchise At The Re-Makes World Premiere


'Cockneys vs Zombies' star Harry Treadaway talks about his new film 'The Lone Ranger', in which he plays Frank, on the red carpet at the movie's world premiere. He contemplates the origins of the film to what it has become today.

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The Lone Ranger - Alternate Trailer


John Reid is a Texas ranger; law-abiding and glad to ride alongside his brother, following in his father's footsteps. However, enforcing the law is the last thing on his mind when his brother is killed in an ambush. When he wakes after the attack, injured, he is confronted by Tonto; a strange Native American spirit warrior who wishes to team up with him and seek justice. Reid must abandon the law, and fight the real crime in the town and so he dons his mask and dubs himself Lone Ranger and with Tonto, vows to protect the people from the impending insidious threat.

Here is the Walt Disney Pictures adaption of the 50s Western TV show 'The Lone Ranger' that first gained public attention as a radio show in the 30s. It's an amusing and truly stunning take on the story featuring an all-star cast with direction from the Oscar winning Gore Verbinski ('Pirates of the Caribbean', 'Rango', 'The Ring', 'Mousetrap'). The screenwriting group includes Oscar nominees Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio ('The Mask of Zorro', 'Pirates of the Caribbean', 'Shrek') as well as Justin Haythe ('The Clearing', 'Revolutionary Road'). The movie is set for release in UK cinemas everywhere from August 9th 2013.

The Lone Ranger Trailer


John Reid bears the alias of the Lone Ranger and uses his title and his mask to fight for justice and maintain the law. He's Texas born, never removes his disguise and fights for peace in his troubled town with his Native American friend Tonto who is a spirit warrior with a personality a mile away from that of the Ranger but they still remain loyal companions on their journey to eliminate crime in their quiet town. 

It started out as a thirties radio show before becoming a hit TV series in the fifties, and now it has been adapted by Walt Disney Pictures for the silver screen. 'The Lone Ranger' is an exciting contemporary version of this much-loved tale with high-energy action and much in the way of humour. It's a wonderful take on the famous partnership that is masked hero Tonto and his faithful 'kemosabe'. Oscar winning movie genius Gore Verbinski returned to Walt Disney to work on the movie with Hollywood superstar Johnny Depp in his wake having previously worked on the film company's epic film series 'Pirates of the Caribbean'. The screenwriters include the writers of masked crusader 'The Mask of Zorro' Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio, with Justin Haythe ('The Clearing', 'Revolutionary Road'). It is set to hit cinemas across the UK on August 9th 2013.

Starring: Johnny Depp, Armie Hammer, William Fichtner, Ruth Wilson, James Badge Dale, Tom Wilkinson, Barry Pepper, Helena Bonham Carter, Mason Cook, James Frain, Harry Treadaway, Matt O'Leary, W. Earl Brown, Leon Rippy, Timothy V. Murphy, Joaquin Cosio, Damon Herriman, Robert Baker,

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The Lone Ranger Trailer


John Reid is the Lone Ranger; a law-abiding man of justice from Texas who resolutely wears his mask and disguise at all times and vows to fight crime and keep the peace in his town. Battling alongside him is his trusted Native American companion Tonto, a painted spirit warrior and the complete opposite of Reid but, nonetheless, they make the perfect crime-fighting duo as they set out to conquer the theft and corruption that threaten the harmony of the people.

'The Lone Ranger' is the Walt Disney Pictures adaption of the legendary Western tales that started out on the radio in the 1930s before hitting TV screens in the 50s. It's a stunning modern take on the stories combining serious action with hilarity, with wonderful character development and the heart-warming partnership of Tonto and his 'kemosabe'. It was only right that Oscar winning big budget director Gore Verbinski returned to Walt Disney to work on the movie, having previously worked on Disney's popular film series 'Pirates of the Caribbean'. The screenwriters included those who wrote the modern story of another masked hero on 'The Mask of Zorro' Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio, along with Justin Haythe ('The Clearing', 'Revolutionary Road'). The movie will hit cinemas in the UK on August 9th 2013.

Starring: Johnny Depp, Armie Hammer, William Fichtner, Ruth Wilson, James Badge Dale, Tom Wilkinson, Barry Pepper, Helena Bonham Carter, Mason Cook, James Frain, Harry Treadaway, Matt O'Leary, W. Earl Brown, Leon Rippy, Timothy V. Murphy, Joaquin Cosio, Damon Herriman and Robert Baker

Cockneys Vs Zombies Review


OK
It's impossible for this film to escape comparisons with Shaun of the Dead, another witty zombie comedy set in London. Although this one transfers the action from North London to the East End, where the undead prowl around the neighbourhood that has just hosted the Olympic Games. Which also lets the filmmakers play with that no-nonsense Cockney grit. The script has some very funny moments, and the cast is terrific, but the film is too inconsistent to be a classic.

The craziness starts when a construction crew opens a 500-year-old plague pit, unleashing flesh-chomping zombies. Oblivious to this, brothers Terry and Andy (Hardiker and Treadaway) are planning to rob a bank to get the cash to save their grandfather's nursing home, which is under threat from a property developer. Their team includes a safecracker (Ryan), a gun nut (Thomas) and a loyal idiot (Doolan), but their badly planned heist is derailed when they run into the undead. Now their goal is to rescue Granddad (Ford) and his pals (including Blackman, Briers and Sutton).

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Albatross Review


Good
Beautifully filmed and acted, but lacking a central perspective, this gentle comedy-drama has some nice points to make about freeing ourselves from the things in the past that weigh us down (the hint is in the title). But the lively characters would have been more involving with some focus to the narrative.

Jonathan and Joa (Koch and Ormond) constantly bicker as they run their seaside B&B, mainly because they have failed careers as an author and actress, respectively. Meanwhile, daughter Beth (Jones) is preparing for her Oxford entrance interview. Enter a new cleaner, 17-year-old Emilia (Brown Findlay), who befriends Beth and shows her that there's more to life than studying. But Emilia's relentless flirting also distracts Jonathan from his writing. And as the potential for trouble rises, everyone will need to realise that who they are has nothing to do with their pasts.

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Fish Tank Review


Extraordinary
Andrea Arnold takes a confident step forward with the follow-up to her acclaimed debut Red Road. This is an almost unnervingly naturalistic look at a teen's life, anchored by a fierce central performance.

Mia (Jarvis) is 15 and lives in a council flat with her peroxide-blonde mum Joanne (Wareing) and her sharp-tongued little sister Tyler (Griffiths). Her only interest is in dance, and she's preparing for an audition that she hopes will get her out of her grim Essex life. In the meantime, she finds herself intrigued by Joanne's latest boyfriend, Connor (Fassbender), although she's not sure if it's as a father figure or something else entirely. And she also decides to free an old horse owned by a neighbour (Treadaway).

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The Disappeared Review


Very Good
Vividly creepy atmospherics and a strong cast set this film apart, although it's ultimately let down by a rather contrived final act that doesn't make much of the murky plot. But the skin-crawling tone makes it worth a look.

When the disturbed teen Matthew (Treadaway) comes home from hospital to live with his father (Wise), the tension is sharp enough to cut with a knife. And neither wants to talk to their care worker (Jennings). Both are still stunned by the disappearance of younger brother Tom (Palmer), who Matthew starts to see and hear around the grim London estate where they live. His best pal (Felton) thinks he's nuts, but a shy neighbour (Leeming) offers an understanding ear.

And as more strange things happen, Matthew starts to lose focus on reality.

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Harry Treadaway

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Harry Treadaway

Date of birth

10th September, 1984

Occupation

Actor

Sex

Male

Height

1.78


Harry Treadaway Movies

Honeymoon Trailer

Honeymoon Trailer

It seemed that life was blissfully perfect for young newly married couple Paul (Harry Treadaway)...

The Lone Ranger Movie Review

The Lone Ranger Movie Review

Everything about this film screams excess, from the ludicrous two-and-a-half hour running time to the...

The Lone Ranger Trailer

The Lone Ranger Trailer

John Reid is a Texas ranger; law-abiding and glad to ride alongside his brother, following...

The Lone Ranger Trailer

The Lone Ranger Trailer

John Reid bears the alias of the Lone Ranger and uses his title and his...

The Lone Ranger Trailer

The Lone Ranger Trailer

John Reid is the Lone Ranger; a law-abiding man of justice from Texas who resolutely...

Cockneys Vs Zombies Movie Review

Cockneys Vs Zombies Movie Review

It's impossible for this film to escape comparisons with Shaun of the Dead, another witty...

Albatross Movie Review

Albatross Movie Review

Beautifully filmed and acted, but lacking a central perspective, this gentle comedy-drama has some nice...

Fish Tank Trailer

Fish Tank Trailer

Watch the trailer for Fish Tank Academy Award-winning writer and director Andrea Arnold has followed...

Fish Tank Movie Review

Fish Tank Movie Review

Andrea Arnold takes a confident step forward with the follow-up to her acclaimed debut Red...

The Disappeared Movie Review

The Disappeared Movie Review

Vividly creepy atmospherics and a strong cast set this film apart, although it's ultimately let...

City Of Ember Movie Review

City Of Ember Movie Review

We critics like to argue that Hollywood defangs most family fare. Unless it can find...

Control Movie Review

Control Movie Review

Ian Curtis was only 23 when he hung himself in the kitchen of his wife's...

Brothers Of The Head Movie Review

Brothers Of The Head Movie Review

As Terry Gilliam's film and world were crumbling around him, Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe...

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