HISTORY’s latest blockbuster miniseries ‘Sons of Liberty’ is headed to DVD (+ Digital) and Blu-ray (+ Digital HD) on May 26, 2015 from Lionsgate Home Entertainment.
As riots consume the streets of Boston, a dangerous game plays out between a British governor and ringleader Sam Adams, which escalates to extreme measures-street brawls, black market dealings, espionage and murder. A sizzling, romantic affair percolates against a backdrop of rising civil unrest, the infamous Boston Tea Party and Paul Revere’s legendary ride. From the Battle of Lexington, a clash between the dedicated colonists and the superior British Army ensues, and the colonies join forces as a single, united country in the most epic revolution of our time.
The ‘Sons of Liberty’ DVD includes over 30 minutes of exclusive, behind-the-scenes special features and will be available for the suggested retail price of $29.99.
Ben is featured in the March issue of El Pais ICON magazine (Spain), on newsstands now. Scans have been added to the gallery. Thanks to Ashley for the translation!
When Ben Barnes realizes in the middle of the interview that my underlined words in the list of remaining questions are about Eurovision and Twilight, he complains without losing his charm “Is this really the highlight of my career? It’s a bit depressing.”.
Poor guy. Eurovision was a mess that he escaped just in time. “It was two weeks of my life”, he says referring to when, in 2004, he helped his friends in a band called Hyrise, and almost represented Great Britain in the festival and became a member of a boy band.
If your hearts a-throbbin’, you must be listening to this week’s very special episode of The B-Movies Podcast. This week, host William Bibbiani sits down for an extended, off the cuff interview with the dashing leading man Ben Barnes, who stars in the new fantasy thriller Seventh Son opposite Oscar winner Jeff Bridges and Oscar nominee Julianne Moore.
Listen attentively as we grill Ben about what it’s like to be interviewed (irony!), his experiences filming Seventh Son, the origin of Jeff Bridges’ memorable accent, what it’s like having multiple friends up for Oscars in the same year, and his eight-day career in the British boy band Hyrise, which wasn’t nearly as cool as it sounds. In fact, Ben describes the experience as “awful.”
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