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‘High Rise’ DVD/Blu-Ray Release

The official Twitter account for the film ‘High Rise’ has posted that its DVD/Blu-Ray release date has been set for July 11th, which means it will most likely be available for streaming on sites such as iTunes, Amazon and more.

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‘High Rise’ to screen at Dublin Film Festival

Tom’s upcoming film, ‘High Rise’, is going to premiere at Dublin Film Festival on the 22nd of February. Tom’s presence at the event hasn’t been confirmed, but there will be a Q&A session with director Ben Wheatley after the film is over.

INFO: Mon 22nd Feb / Light House 1 / 20:15 / 118 mins
DIRECTOR: Ben Wheatley / 2015 / uk
WRITERS: J.G. Ballard (novel), Amy Jump (screenplay)
CAST: Tom Hiddleston, Jeremy Irons, Sienna Miller, Elisabeth Moss, Luke Evans
NOMINATED: Best Film, San Sebastián Int. Film Festival
Followed by a Q+A with Ben Wheatley

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(Photos) Stills From ‘I Saw The Light’ & ‘High Rise’

Our gallery has been updated with a missing still from the film ‘I Saw The Light’, which was released last week, and two new promotional stills from the upcoming film ‘High Rise’.

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Magnolia acquires U.S. rights to “High-Rise,”

Magnolia Picture has acquired U.S. rights to “High-Rise”, Tom’s latest motion picture. The news was released exclusively by Variety, and you can read their article below.

Magnolia Picture has acquired U.S. rights to “High-Rise,” a darkly comic look at social castes that had its world premiere at this year’s Toronto Film Festival.

It plans to release the picture in 2016 through its genre arm, Magnet Releasing. Magnet has a history of working with “High-Rise” director Ben Wheatley, having previously handled the rollout of his first film, “Down Terrace.”

“I’m very excited about working with Magnet again,” said Wheatley. “They have the brains and the balls to handle the crazy beast that is ‘High-Rise.’”

“High-Rise” has a top-shelf cast that includes Tom Hiddleston, Jeremy Irons, Sienna Miller, Luke Evans and Elizabeth Moss. It documents the outbreak of class warfare in a giant residential apartment block following a series of power outages. J.G. Ballard’s 1975 sci-fi novel of the same name inspired the film, and “High-Rise’s” heavy dose of sex and savagery made it one of the buzzier titles at Toronto. Wheatley has a cult of fans for his previous films, such as “Sightseers” and “A Field in England,” that were hailed for their transgressive energy.

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