• Reply to: Which film have you enjoyed recently?   4 hours 4 min ago
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  • Reply to: Which film have you enjoyed recently?   1 day 11 hours ago

    My Favorite was The Guest. I have seen it twice and it was great) dissertationmark.co.uk)

  • Reply to: Which recent Dan Steven's character have you most enjoyed?   1 day 11 hours ago

    surely. I agree. It is so difficult to choose. Every character is best than previous. If I have an opportunity, I will write my thesis about his characters. It will be interesting to discover how he reincarnates from one role to an absolutely opposite

  • Reply to: Which project are you most looking forward to?   1 day 11 hours ago

    It is my favorite project. He was handsome and romantic. I thins every girl dreams about such boy... Every girl writes her romantic stories to him. Topics for your little heart stories are here

  • Reply to: Which film have you enjoyed recently?   1 day 11 hours ago

    I love him. All his roles are wonderful. When I write my essay about the favorite actor, I always tell about Night at the Museum. It was his the role, of course, in my opinion

  • Reply to: Which film have you enjoyed recently?   6 days 5 hours ago

    Having heard Dan sing Evermore and seen him in Night at the Museum 3, wonder if Arthur in Camelot could be a future possibility?

    Evermore put me in mind of the great Richard Harriss in this role

  • Reply to: Which film have you enjoyed recently?   1 week 7 hours ago

    Didn't enjoy this film one bit. Liam Neeson just wooden and Dan's role, although well acted, wasn't believable. Felt uncomfortable watching. Much prefered The Guest.

  • Reply to: Which film have you enjoyed recently?   1 week 2 days ago

    I think a night at the museum 3 is the best film in this week. The reason is that the character of this movie is so cool and the story is also so heavy. This film earns the money at the box office. The guest is also good film but according to me the second best film. Just visit this www.bestdissertation.com website and get quality task from our native writers.

  • Reply to: The Man Who Invented Christmas: first look at Dan Stevens as Charles Dickens   1 week 4 days ago

    Why in all of Dan's latest films does he have to adopt an American accent? OK, he does it brilliantly, but sometimes it is just not necessary. He's English for heaven's sake!

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  • Reply to: The Ticket and Colossal now in US theatres   3 weeks 3 days ago

    Dan certainly is pushing himself with the number of films coming out this year! Seems to favour slightly off-beat themes and characters. A far cry from Downton.

    Just read about Kill Switch, another sci-fi type of film, a favourite genre of his obviously. Would love to see him him in a good comedy, he always seems to have a great sense of fun and humour.

    Whatever he does, hope it will reach a wider audience, not just US.

  • Reply to: The Man Who Invented Christmas: first look at Dan Stevens as Charles Dickens   4 weeks 6 days ago

    Always notice that Dan seems much more relaxed when doing interviews with men. His voice alters and his accent seems more British. So many women interviewers, especially US, are painfully gushy or flirty and ask the same questions. He seems sometimes to be taking the mickey out of them, in a gentle way, in his replies.

  • Reply to: The Man Who Invented Christmas: first look at Dan Stevens as Charles Dickens   5 weeks 11 hours ago

    I do wonder, though, if it'll be the slightly lower voice with the more posh accent he puts on for more well-to-do characters the way he did Matthew Crawley and Gilbert Evans (Summer In February).

  • Reply to: Which recent Dan Steven's character have you most enjoyed?   5 weeks 3 days ago

    I love Dan in Both Beauty and the Beast and in Legion so it was hard for me to choose

  • Reply to: The Ticket and Colossal now in US theatres   6 weeks 11 hours ago

    The trouble seems to be that a number òf films are made by independents rather than big studios such as Disney with their massive budgets. When it comes to distrubution these films only seem to be shown in a small number of cinemas and not the big chains. Fine if you have access, but not if you are outside the big cities. Unfortunatelý it all seems to come down to money.
    Thanks to the success of Beauty and the Beast worldwide, Dan is gaining more well earned recognition and hopefully distributors, film makers whatever, will realise that there are a lot of admirers of Dan's work outside of the US that want to see his movies. If there appears to be the demand maybe, just maybe, we'll get a better deal.

  • Reply to: The Ticket and Colossal now in US theatres   6 weeks 12 hours ago

    This is so unfair. We have to wait for more than a couple of years for Dan's movies, and then they are released all in the same year. Some were made about 3 to 4 years ago. What's the problem withholding films. Do get your act together you distributors and sort out your priorities. Realise movies are made in the US, but we do get short-changed when we are treated as second in line re. distribution.

  • Reply to: Shallow: short film update   6 weeks 1 day ago

    Try looking on You tube, Dan Stevens Shallow should bring it up. Babysitting, another short, is also available. Hope this helps. Both worth watching.

  • Reply to: Shallow: short film update   6 weeks 2 days ago

    It says it's a private video and needs a password. If you have it, please tell me the password. I've been searching the film for 3 days and I can't find it anywhere and I want to watch it really bad.

  • Reply to: The Ticket and Colossal now in US theatres   7 weeks 5 hours ago

    3 films released in US in the last few days. How long will other fans have to wait to see them? After the excitement and all the publicity of B & B, seems a bit of a let down for other fans with no idea if or when they will be able to see these films.

  • Reply to: Coming Up   7 weeks 11 hours ago

    After waiting so long to see this film, 3 years? It is still not available outside the US. Very disappointing after so much hype. Not the first time this has happened. Hope available on DVD soon.

  • Reply to: Coming Up   7 weeks 1 day ago

    Amazon.com has The Ticket available to download if you are in USA & possibly Canada.

    Certainly the publicity poster is somewhat misleading as "everywhere" obviously isn't everywhere!

    Such a shame & a big disappointment for Dan fans in UK, Europe and....so hopefully it will become available via DVD or download here as well.

  • Reply to: Coming Up   7 weeks 1 day ago

    Seems as if this film is only being released to select cinemas, art houses etc. much the same as Summer in February. Shame if there is not a venue locally showing! Hope it's not too long in coming to DVD.

  • Reply to: Coming Up   7 weeks 3 days ago

    Does anybody know when The Ticket will be released in UK & Europe.....it seems that the latest advertisement, released by the Shout Factory who are distributing the film in USA & Canada, could be a bit misleading, as apparently it refers to just their area, not "everywhere" (as in worldwide).
    IMBD and other sources seem to confirm that this is the case as well.......sadly....but hey! maybe I am wrong...I really hope so as I am looking forward to this film.

  • Reply to: The Man Who Invented Christmas: first look at Dan Stevens as Charles Dickens   8 weeks 1 day ago

    At least he'll be able to use his own accent, although he does other accents, voices, so well.

  • Reply to: The Man Who Invented Christmas: first look at Dan Stevens as Charles Dickens   8 weeks 2 days ago

    Oh I can't wait to see this and Jasper up on the big screen! All the kids will look great alongside you! Jackie

  • Reply to: The Man Who Invented Christmas: first look at Dan Stevens as Charles Dickens   8 weeks 5 days ago

    Thanks for all the new links, videos, interviews etc. After a period of what appeared to be bad PR things have swung the other way! So much going on with new projects to look forward to. Don't overwork, Dan!

  • Reply to: Dan Stevens out and about in London   8 weeks 6 days ago

    Thank you for all the links.....so many to follow.....and really happy to be able to do so!

  • Reply to: The Man Who Invented Christmas: first look at Dan Stevens as Charles Dickens   8 weeks 6 days ago

    I am really looking forward to seeing Dan's Dickens.....and it is not the first time that he has played him.....2008 "Dickens Confidential" on BBC Radio 4. From time to time this is available to listen to on BBC iPlayer. (Well worth it.)

  • Reply to: The Man Who Invented Christmas: first look at Dan Stevens as Charles Dickens   9 weeks 2 hours ago

    Interesting, the choice off font used: quite hard to read easily.

  • Reply to: Beauty and the Beast: LA premiere and Disney Park photos   10 weeks 1 day ago

    So many great interviews, One Show,Good Morning etc, promoting Beauty and the Beast. Dan always looķs relaxed and interested when being interviewed on UK tv, Good, humourous chat.

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