Looks like I have another treat for you guys. As we all know Charlie posed quite a bit during the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival while promoting Papillon last month. One of those portrait sessions was with The Los Angeles Times which I’ve now added additional outtakes from.
You can view those in the gallery now. 🙂
Charlie posed for BuzzFeed while promoting Papillon at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival earlier this month. I’m excited to say I’ve added additional portraits of Charlie from his shoot. You can view those in the gallery now.
How great are these? 🙂
Charlie posed for Entertainment Weekly during the 2016 San Diego Comic Con last year while promoting King Arthur: Legend of the Sword. We only had a few photos from that particular portrait session and today I’m happy to share 8 more photos in high quality!
Charlie and the cast of Papillon posed for portraits while attending the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival on September 7th & 8th. You can view the new portraits in our gallery now.
Update: Added even more new portraits to the gallery!
The 2017 Toronto International Film Festival began this week and to kick things off Charlie’s newest film Papillon, a remake of the 1973 original film starring Steve McQueen and Dustin Hoffman, made it’s official premiere. The remake stars Charlie along with Mr. Robot star Rami Malek with Charlie playing the original role of McQueen as Henri ‘Papillon’ Charriere and Malek in the original role of Hoffman as Louis Dega.
Charlie was wearing a Prada suit as he posed with fans and Papillon producer David Koplan, director Michael Noer, actors Yorick Van Wageningen, Roland Moller, and producer Joey McFarland during the official premiere on September 7th.
You can check out photos in the gallery now.
Update: Added IMDB Lounge event from September 8th to the gallery.
Remaking a classic like “Papillon” certainly doesn’t sound like the wisest idea on paper. The iconic 1973 film starring Steve McQueen and Dustin Hoffman is all-timer, which makes you wonder at the hubris of trying to create lightning in a bottle twice. But we’ll find out at the Toronto International Film Festival is this redo is folly or not.
Charlie Hunnam and “Mr. Robot” star Rami Malek take the lead roles in this version, which has a script from “Prisoners” writer Aaron Guzikowski, and Danish director Michael Noer (“R“) behind the camera. Apparently, this will be a contemporary take on the based-on-a-true-story thriller about a man unjustly convicted of murder who enlists the help of a counterfeiter to break him out of a South American jail. Hunnam will be taking the McQueen role, with Malek in Hoffman’s shoes.
TIFF runs from September 7-17.