The Legend of Pale Male

This is the true account of one of the most surprising and remarkable love stories in the history of New York.  It begins in 1993, when a young man from Belgium looking to change his life has an unexpected encounter in Central Park.  He meets a hawk.  Not just any hawk, but a wild Redtail, a fierce predator that has not lived in the City for almost a hundred years.  Compelled to follow this extraordinary creature, he buys a video camera and sets out to track the hawk.  Little does he know that the journey will take him almost twenty years and lead him down many trails of life, death, birth, hope, and redemption.

Affectionately known to New Yorkers as Pale Male, the hawk becomes a magnificent obsession and a metaphor for triumph against all odds.  His nest, perched on a posh 5th Avenue co-op, starts out as a novel curiosity to a handful of avid birdwatchers but becomes an international tourist destination – a place of pilgrimage.

Then, on a December afternoon without warning, in the space of half an hour, the building dismantles Pale Male’s beloved nest.  In a wingbeat, media from around the world assemble on 5th Avenue to cover the unprecedented protest.  Gathering behind Pale Male is an army of birdwatchers, movie stars, poets, children, dogs, and late night comedy show hosts.  What unfolds next, as they say, could only happen in New York.

In theaters November 24, 2010!

The Warrior’s Way

The Warrior’s Way, a visually-stunning modern martial arts western starring Korean actor Dong-gun Jang who plays an Asian warrior assassin forced to hide in a small town in the American Badlands. Rounding out the ensemble cast are Kate Bosworth (Superman Returns), Oscar®-winner Geoffrey Rush (Shine), Danny Huston (The Kingdom), and Tony Cox (The Hustle).The fantasy action film was written and directed by newcomer Sngmoo Lee, and is being produced by Barrie M. Osborne (Lord of the Rings), Jooick Lee (Seven Swords) and Michael Peyser (Hackers).

Release:                        December 3rd, 2010
Directed by:                   Sngmoo Lee
Written by:                     Sngmoo Lee
Produced by:                 Barrie M. Osborne, Jooick Lee, Michael Peyser
Cast:                             Jang Dong Gun, Kate Bosworth, Danny Huston and Geoffrey Rush
Rating:                          R
Runtime:                      100 minutes

Gareth Edwards’ MONSTERS

In anticipation of the theatrical release of Gareth Edwards’ MONSTERS, Magnolia Pictures has tapped renowned comic artist Frazer Irving to create a one of a kind poster for the film!

Frazer Irving is a world renowned British comic book artist who first came to public attention in 2002 after winning the National Comic Awards and Diamonds Comic Awards’ “Best New Talent” prize for his work on the graphic novel Necronauts.  His more recent works includes Ironman: Inevitable and Silent War for Marvel, Klarion The Witchboy and The Return Of Bruce Wayne for DC, Days Missing from Archaia and Gutsville with Image. Frazer is also contributing the art for Grant Morrison’s current Batman & Robin arc “Batman and Robin Must Die!” for DC Comics.

MONSTERS: Six years ago NASA discovered the possibility of alien life within our solar system. A probe was launched to collect samples, but crashed upon re-entry over Central America. Soon after, new life forms began to appear and grow. In an effort to stem the destruction that resulted, half of Mexico was quarantined as an INFECTED ZONE. Today, the American and Mexican military still struggle to contain the massive creatures… Our story begins when a jaded US journalist (McNairy) begrudgingly agrees to find his boss’ daughter, a shaken American tourist (Able) and escort her through the infected zone to the safety of the US border.

MONSTERS is currently available on Video On Demand, iTunes, Xbox Live, Playstation Marketplace, Amazon and Vudu; in theaters on October 29th.