We have a theory here at Fangirlish – well, it’s more of a rule. Go big or go home. We are fans first and so we try to ask what you want to know, and what we want to know.
We were stoked to sit and talk with Kaya Scodelario and Will Poulter. They were amazing. So much fun! We couldn’t stop laughing as we got to spend our ten minutes with the two.
How excited are you [Kaya Scodelario] that your Skins co-stars and yourself get to fan each other in major franchises nowadays? It seems like everybody is being pulled into a different big franchise.
Kaya Scodelario (KS): I mean it’s nice. It’s lovely. Uhm… all of us are lucky enough to kind of still be in contact and work on amazing jobs and kind of see each other and discuss them all. It’s just nice I think as a group we’re just really happy when someone gets a job. It doesn’t quite matter what it is as long as they’re happy we’re working. So we all kind of support each other that way. And I know that we’re a family and they’re really excited. Some want to come to the premiere and stuff. So I know they’re feeling really lovely about it.
Paramount Pictures has picked up U.S. distribution rights to The Moon and The Sun, starring Pierce Brosnan as King Louis XIV in a tale of how the French monarch tries to achieve immortality by stealing the life force from a mermaid. The studio is slating the historical fantasy for a wide release on April 10, 2015.
The cast also includes William Hurt, Benjamin Walker, Kaya Scodelario, Pablo Schreiber and Bingbing Fan.
Sean McNamara has directed the film from the novel same name by Vonda N. McIntyre, with a script by Laura Harrington, with revisions by Bill Mechanic and Barry Berman, Harrington, James Schamus and Ron Bass. Mechanic, chairman and CEO of Pandemonium Films, who brought the project to Paramount, produced Moon along with Hong Pang, Wei Han, Paul Currie, McNamara and David Brookwell.
International sales are being handled by Good Universe.
Categories: The Moon and the Sun
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