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Here's a first preview from the next VMAN Magazine featuring a six page spread on emerging actor Nicholas Hoult (A Single Man, Clash of the Titans). I'm diggin' Hoult's cut...are you? VMAN #17 hits newsstands January 28th. (Check out ONE MORE PHOTO on the next page)
VMAN | Photography by Willy Vanderperre | Styling by Olivier Rizzo
Photographs of the cast of A Single Man by film director/fashion designer Tom Ford appear in the January issue of V Magazine. The stills featuring Colin Firth, Julianne Moore, Matthew Goode and Nichols Hoult were taken on set in December 2008, and show the cast in character as adapted from Christopher Isherwood's 1964 novel.
I caught a screening earlier in the week and was totally blown away by the film (CLICK HERE for a synopsis). The storyline wraps itself around one of my greatest fears (yes, I'll admit it), isolation...the fear of being alone, and the search for meaning after a great loss. Sad and tragic, yes. But thought provoking as well - with tinges of joy.
Set in LA in the early 60's, a time when being gay was socially unacceptable, the film touches on discrimination...first, when Firth's character (George Falconer, a college professor) lectures his students about the fears society (or the majority) has of the minority, and again when Moore's character (Charley, an alcoholic divorcee) tells George that his 16-year relationship with his partner Jim (Matthew Goode) was not a "real relationship."
The production design was fantastic, the idealized cinematography was stunning, and the gorgeous cast did an amazing job. This film transcends gay audiences and touches down on emotions we all feel, no matter one's orientation.
A Single Man opens this Friday in New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco; nationwide December 25.
Director Tom Ford, Colin Firth, Julianne Moore, Nicholas Hoult attend a screening of the film at the Museum of Modern Art in NYC. [PHOTO CREDIT: stephen lovekin/getty images entertainment]
Here is the just-released artwork for A Single Man, the new drama directed by Tom Ford.
Written and directed by Tom Ford, and based on the Christopher Isherwood novel, A Single Man (The Weinstein Company) stars Colin Firth, Julianne Moore, the extraordinarily striking-lookingNicholas Hoult and Matthew Goode.
A Single Man is a romantic tale of love interrupted, the isolation that is an inherent part of the human condition, and ultimately the importance of the seemingly smaller moments in life.
The movie opens in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco on December 11th, expanding wider on December 25th.
In case you missed it: 'Handsome Devil' Nicholas Hoult takes the cover of OUT Magazine's November 2009 issue. The 19-year-old extraordinarily striking-looking actor is set to star alongside (and strip for) Colin Firth in Tom Ford's directorial debut 'A Single Man'...CONT'D.
'Handsome Devil' Nicholas Hoult takes the cover of OUT Magazine's November 2009 issue. The 19-year-old extraordinarily striking-looking actor is set to star alongside (and strip for) Colin Firth in Tom Ford's directorial debut 'A Single Man'...a movie adaptation of Christopher Isherwood's 1964 novel about a day in the life of a middle-aged gay college professor. In an interview with OUT's Gareth McLean and accompanying photos by Tom Ford, Hoult guffaws at his good looks - saying "You should see me wake up with a hangover," and dishes on playing gay (something which he's done before...UK's 'Skins').
On playing gay with Colin: "I never looked at it as being particularly gay. I looked at it as being intrigued by each other, and by the [psychological] connection they had."
Says Hoult of the new film, "A great film can change the world, and I think 'A Single Man' is one of those films."
MORE PHOTOS after the jump. Read the full article, including an interview with Tom Ford by OUT's Aaron Hicklin, in the November issue of OUT.