Bigga Than Ben is getting a US release, but not via the usual channels.
For the next 60 days, US fans have the opportunity to buy Bigga Than Ben on DVD via Indiegogo.com. After that, it’ll be available on iTunes. The site offers DVD’s, merchandise and much more. So take a look, place an order (while you can) and show your support for Ben, the film and its filmmakers!
Many thanks to Suzie Halewood for the information!
Today Legendary Pictures announced that Ben will attend Comic-Con 2011 on Friday, July 22, in San Diego to promote his upcoming film, The Seventh Son.
Legendary Entertainment will be making its first trip to Comic-Con this year with a massive panel highlighting the studio’s highly-anticipated slate, including Guillermo del Toro’s ‘Pacific Rim’, horror film ‘The Seventh Son’, Alex Proyas’ ‘Paradise Lost’ and the video game adaptation ‘Mass Effect’.
Oscar-winner Jeff Bridges (‘Crazy Heart’, ‘True Grit’) and Ben Barnes (‘Chronicles of Narnia’) will be on hand to discuss their period horror film ‘The Seventh Son’, alongside Alicia Vikander and director Sergei Bodrov.
The panel will take place Friday, July 22.
For more information, and the full schedule, head on over to the SDCC website!
There are several Killing Bono promotional events coming up next week in London that Ben is scheduled to attend. For more info, follow the links below!
March 26th – Interview with Ben Barnes on T4 on Channel 4 – 1:10 PM
March 28th – Ben Barnes and Robert Sheehan on BBC Radio 1 – 4:00 PM
March 28th – Killing Bono Premiere at Apollo West End in London – 6:30 PM
March 29th – Interview with Ben Barnes on Daybreak on ITV – 6 AM to 9:25 AM
March 29th – Interview with Ben Barnes on Fern on Channel 4 – 5:00 PM
March 29th – Interactive Q&A Session with Ben Barnes & Nick Hamm – 7:30 PM
March 30th – Meet The Filmmakers: Ben Barnes & Nick Hamm – Apple Store – 7 PM
According to ShockTillYouDrop.com & Fangoria.com there will be no US theatrical release for Dorian Gray. Instead, the movie will go straight to DVD.
Dorian Gray, the newest screen version of the Oscar Wilde novel, starring Ben Barnes, Colin Firth, Rebecca Hall and Rachel Hurd-Wood, will hit DVD August 24th from National Entertainment Media and E1 Distribution.