Earlier today Nicholas attended a photocall to promote his new movie Warm Bodies in Rome. I’ve added over 30 HQ photos of it to the gallery, huge thanks to my friend Nicole for donating them to the site.
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I’ve added yet another still of Nick as R from his upcoming movie Warm Bodies to the gallery.
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I’ve added several more stills of Nick as R in his upcoming movie Warm Bodies. I can’t wait till its release!
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Great news for the Canadian fans around here. Tribute Entertainment just launched a new contest to give away free passes to an advance screening of Nick’s new movie Warm Bodies. The screenings are available in Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Ottawa and Halifax. If you want to enter go to this site.
The contest closes on January 17, 2013. Good luck!
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Nicholas Hoult will be answering your questions live on GLAMOUR’s Twitter on Friday 18th January.
The star of A Single Man and new movie, Warm Bodies, will be taking over the @GlamourMagUK profile at 12.45pm approx (British Time), and we’re giving YOU get the chance to play interviewer.
All you have to do is make sure you’re following @GlamourMagUK and remember to include the hashtag #GlamourNicholas in your question.
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Soft-spoken, sweetheart, Nicholas Hoult took a couple of minutes to talk about his upcoming zombie rom com “Warm Bodies” which is set to hit theaters February 1st.
Congratulations on this, “Warm Bodies” is so much fun, sweet and interesting to watch. So, how did this movie come about for you?
Nicholas: About this time, two years ago, I was in L.A. while we were filming X-Men pick-ups, so I read the script and it was from a pile of scripts…and this was the only script that I read through in one sitting, just right through it and I thought this could be something that’s fun and entertaining and special and still get to act in it.
Could you visualize the world when you read the script or was it more real for you when you finally started filming?
Nicholas: I couldn’t visualize the world. I could visualize the character or the essence of the character; I could visualize that very clearly. But, not the world and I think the production designer did a great job. Montreal was really a great city to work in to give you the scale and working in Mirabel airport, which is abandoned now, and no one uses, and the way they transformed everything to look like a post apocalyptic world. Then the make-up goes, a great make-up artist and the costume that was grimy, and then I was like, ‘right, I’m getting into this now.’