Posts tagged with ‘movie’

  • Watch All 62 Episodes of Breaking Bad as a 127 Minute Film

    Update: Apparently Sony claimed copyright on the video edit and had the artist take it down. Some punter has spent all…

  • 10 Films to Watch This Christmas

    The holidays are a time for love, family, giving and all that other mushy stuff. It’s the time of year…

  • Zac Efron Q&A – Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates

    One of the most popular and accomplished actors of his generation, Zac Efron’s career stretches back to his teenage years,…

  • Exclusive Interview – Olivia Munn (Psylocke) of X-Men: Apocalypse

    Set a decade after the events of X-Men: Days Of Future past, Apocalypse finds the mutants in 1983 finding their…

  • Ghostbusters’ Box Office Failure Doesn’t Reflect Well on Anyone

    In the online age of instant opinions and inevitable backlash a new “Ghostbusters” film, sans the original cast, was always…

  • The (Un)Welcome Return of David Brent

    ‘But you know that old thing, live fast, die young? Not my way. Live fast, sure, live too bloody fast…

  • Finally a Sausage Party We’re Excited About

    When Pixar and Disney released the 3D-animation “Toy Story” in 1995, they revolutionised animated filmmaking with the story of a…

  • Win 1 of 5 Copies of Creed on Blu-ray!

    To celebrate the release of Creed on April 6 on DVD and Blu-ray in Australia we’re giving away 5 copies…

  • 10 Must-See Films From Sundance 2016

    This time of year I’m usually envious as my friends and colleagues fly off to Park City, Utah to chill…

  • Herb Lester Hotel Notepads

    You know when you go to a hotel, and as you leave, you help yourself to complementaries? You know, the…

  • Adidas Originals Bring ‘Star Wars’ to the Superstar 80s

    As the excitement build up to the release of the hotly anticipated blockbuster Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force…

  • The Big Bad Book of Bill Murray

    He’s the sort of actor who can do Hamlet and Charlie’s Angels in the same year. He shuns managers and…

  • Nike MAG Back to the Future

    Nike never fails to amaze with their ability to just create whatever they want. Then it makes sense when you…

  • Star Wars – The Digital Movie Collection

    Talking about Star Wars is just as dangerous to talk about politics with the wrong group of people. So without…

  • Official Behind-The-Scenes Footage From ‘Star Wars:The Force Awakens’

    When I first heard about the new Star Wars: The Force Awakens movie I had some mixed emotions. On the…

  • Exclusive Interview with Taron Egerton a.k.a. “Eggsy” from Kingsman: The Secret Service

    Man of Many was lucky enough to score an Australian exclusive interview with Taron Egerton, the star and affable “Eggsy” of Kingsman:…

  • Documentary Trailer – Sneakerheadz

    Definition of a Sneakerhead is one who collects sneakers. They are also known as ‘sneaker addicts’ or ‘sneaker hoarders’. According…

  • Nick Barclay’s Minimal Movie Prints

    Nick Barclay Designs has some very clever prints about movies. What is even more clever is that only object on…

  • Never Fear, Optus, Neflix & Ricky Gervais are Here

    It’s official. Australia has stepped out the dark ages and we finally have Netflix! Optus and Netflix have teamed up…

  • Mr. Wonderful – The Documentary Featuring Action Bronson

    This is one of the more bizarre things I have ever seen. Action Bronson gives us a sneak peek into “Mr.…

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    Before I Go to Sleep – Bvlgari & Double Movie Pass Giveaway

    Nicole Kidman plays the lead role in this new thriller about a woman who wakes up every morning with no memory or recollection of the previous life she had. This amnesia was caused by a traumatic accident in her past where no one knows what happened to her but her. One day, a new terrifying truth emerges that force her to question the relationship and honesty of the people around her. She becomes her own worst enemy and only friend as she tries to unravel the mystery of her past and who to spend the future with.

    Win 2 x BVLGARI Man in Black fragrances with double passes to the film ‘Before I Go To Sleep’

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    Man of Many is giving our Australian readers  a chance to Win 2 x BVLGARI Man in Black fragrances with double passes to the film ‘Before I go to Sleep’. All you need to do is ‘like’ Man of Many using the Gleam App Below. Entries close on the 12 October.

    Before I Go to Sleep – Bvulgari & Double Movie Pass Giveaway

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    The Two Faces of January – Movie Thrills, 1960’s Fashion & Interview With The Costume Designer

    Adapted from a Patricia Highsmith novel, The Two Faces of January is a film set in 1960s Greece, where American couple Chester and Colette MacFarland (Viggo Mortensen and Kirsten Dunst) have a chance encounter with tour guide, Rydal (Oscar Isaac) in Athens. The innocence of their acquaintance wears away and the plot quickly changes, as all three characters find themselves knee-deep in violence, drama and deceit – all while looking glamorous and dapper with help from costume designer, Steven Noble.

    Interview With Costume Designer Steven Noble

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    Steven Noble, costume designer for the Two Faces of January, has some other impressive credits to his name including Never Let Me Go, Wuthering Heights, and Trainspotting. Man of Many had a chat with Steven and here’s what he had to say:

    MM: The Two Faces of January is film set in the 1960’s and the costumes were quite true to the trends during that particular time period. How did you go about picking a wardrobe that wasn’t too costumey?
    SN: There was some very in depth prep of the period. I started off by watching films from the period, fashion journals, internet research of people’s original photographs and cinefilms that are amazingly available nowadays, absolutley absorbing yourself in that late 50’s early 60’s period, then you start coming up with mood boards for each character, speaking to the actors and asking them how they feel about the characters as well. Especially with Vigo’s suits, we went through a lot of suit changes, because I originally took inspiration inspiration from characters from The Great Gatsby. I definitely wanted him to be in linen because due to the holiday it was perfect for the time and it felt right. Especially with the colour as well, with the theme of summer vacation. I did back date one of  my original designs in that  linen suit.  I went for that iconic early 60’s silhouette with the slimmer pants and the smaller lapels.

    As an accomplished wardrobe designer, what is it that you love about wardrobe styling?
    It’s hard to say really. It’s just a passion I suppose. It’s an exciting field to work within. It’s also challenging, each person that you’re dressing has its own set of problems which is great to overcome. It’s a passion that’s in your blood and I try to get a team of people around me that feel the same. I like to have my team involved in everything and I like to hear their opinions. Some assistants don’t say anything and it’s such a pity. I like my whole team to be involved in the concept of what we’re doing at the time.

    Two Faces of JanuaryIf  you had to pick one accessory from the 1960’s to incorporate into the modern man’s wardrobe, what would it be? 
    Oh gosh, that’s very difficult. If I could say several I think a slimmer early 60’s tie and also cufflinks as well I think are very understated at the moment. The last thing would be a hat.

    Do you prefer styling for period pieces or contemporary films?
    I enjoy both but I think if I really did have to choose I would say period. You have more freedom and more leeway. What I like to do is to mix up decades and create something new, which I especially did on Never Let me Go. There’s more patterns in the period pieces I would affect, but again I do enjoy contemporary and I suppose some of the challenge is that it does tend to get a bit monotonous when you’re just trailing the streets trying to find contemporary clothing. It is more exciting to just delve back into the past and try and come up with sort of iconic ideas that still feel fresh and exciting in front of a modern audience.

    If  there was one film in history you wish you could have been on the wardrobe team, what would it be?
    It’s hard to say really, there’s probably several for different reasons. Probably Hitchcock’s and Presberger’s.

    How would you describe your own personal style?
    I would say quite relaxed, you very rarely see me in suits day-to-day, except for special occasions. Slightly eclectic mix of  period and modern pieces. Always have a pair of good fitting jeans and then maybe a trick of brogues or a set of trainers and quite often a white t-shirt and maybe a blazer. Simple.

    What’s your favourite piece  you have in your wardrobe right now?
    I would say the classic navy blue blazer I bought quite a while ago by Paul Smith and it’s just a classic piece you can wear up or down and it’s just timeless… Or, I was in Madrid filming and I picked up a couple of very beautiful scarves, quite colourful and go with just about anything to give everything that slightly contemporary feel.

    If you could  style any person dead or alive, who would it be?
    Oh I need some time to think about this one. I might get beheaded for saying this, but I think the two princes William and Harry. I feel sorry for them, it all looks so staged and dated and  I don’t think you ever get to see their personalities through what they’re wearing. I think it’s convention that makes them wear what they wear. So probably those two.


    Get the look played by Vigo Mortensen

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    Get the Look - Viggo Mortensen
    Vince Blazer in camel $255
    Vince Trousers in camel $195
    Ted Baker Shirt £59
    Pocket Square $68
    Richard James Cotton Tie $87.50


    Get the look played by Oscar Isaac

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    Paul Smith Woven Straw Trilby $286
    Garrett Leight Oxford Sun Sunglasses $455
    Mt Drew Duffel Bag $188
    Hentsch Man Coat $353.50

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    German People Be Crazy – 70 Movies in 10 Minutes

    Hyundai has won the Internet. It’s official. The brand has teamed up the German filmmaker crew at Short Cuts to produce the most mind blowing homage to iconic movie classics ever. In just 10 minutes, we’re treated to 70 incredible movie references in a non-stop merry-go-round of quotations, gunshots and action scenes that will make anyone’s head spin. Complete with original movie soundtracks and cosplay, this video is the very definition of fun! Now the question remains: Can you name all 70 movies?

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    Gourmet Footwear – #MONEYCLOTHESBROS

    From the ATL to LA, twin brothers Sidney and Thurman Sewell know 2 things: how to skate and how to party and they do both very well. Check out this documentary of the twins doing what they do best while showing off the latest Spring ’14 collection from Gourmet Footwear.

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