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Julia Roberts, Tarsem Singh and Grauman's Chinese Theatre - Julia Roberts, Tarsem Singh Saturday 17th March 2012 Relativity Media presents the Los Angeles premiere of 'Mirror Mirror'

Julia Roberts, Tarsem Singh and Grauman's Chinese Theatre
Julia Roberts, Tarsem Singh and Grauman's Chinese Theatre
Julia Roberts, Tarsem Singh and Grauman's Chinese Theatre
Julia Roberts, Tarsem Singh and Grauman's Chinese Theatre
Julia Roberts, Tarsem Singh and Grauman's Chinese Theatre
Julia Roberts, Tarsem Singh and Grauman's Chinese Theatre

Immortals Trailer


Immortals follows the epic tale of a blood-thirsty King, Hyperion as his brutal and murderous army travel throughout Greece, destroying everything in their path with a ruthless efficiency. As a string of villages fall to Hyperion's power, the powerful King moves closer to his ultimate goal: to unleash the power of the imprisoned Titans in order that they may triumph over the Gods of Olympus along with the rest of the human race.

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Mirror Mirror Trailer


We all know the tale of Snow White: the girl with hair as black as night and skin as white as snow but is that really the truth?

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Tarsem Singh Monday 7th November 2011 'Immortals 3D' Los Angeles premiere at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live Los Angeles, California

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Tarsem Singh - Tarsem Singh of Immortals San Francisco, California, USA - attends Wondercon 2011at Moscone Center Friday 1st April 2011

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Tarsem Singh, Henry Cavill and Isabel Lucas
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Tarsem Singh

The Fall Review


Very Good
The filmmaker Tarsem (he now drops his surname, Singh, for his filmmaking credits) was last seen cross-sectioning horses, hoisting a man up by gruesome back hooks, and wandering the landscapes of a serial killer's mind in 2000's The Cell, his feature debut. For his follow-up, he's ventured into territory with a similar tendency towards ickiness.

The Fall tells a story within a story, one being interpreted by an innocent child, and Tarsem does all he can to give us an honest version of this process. Little Cantica Untaru plays the child, Alexandria, in the hospital with a broken arm, and apparently the actress is not fully aware of the filmmaking process, which explains the striking naturalism in her conversations with the paralyzed Roy (Lee Pace). This leaves us unsure of Untaru's acting ability, but blissfully so, compared to the unnerving technique detectable in someone as young as Dakota Fanning.

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Daniel Craig Hasn't Officially Signed On For 'James Bond 25'

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Jason Bateman's 'Ozark' Gets Season 2 Renewal At Netflix

Jason Bateman's 'Ozark' Gets Season 2 Renewal At Netflix

The drama will be making its return to the streaming service in the near future.

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Jessica Jones And Daredevil "Don't Like Each Other" In Marvel's 'The Defenders'

Charlie Cox explains why his character Daredevil 'doesn't have time' for Jessica Jones.

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Immortals Trailer

Immortals Trailer

Immortals follows the epic tale of a blood-thirsty King, Hyperion as his brutal and murderous...

Mirror Mirror Trailer

Mirror Mirror Trailer

We all know the tale of Snow White: the girl with hair as black as...

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