Today (July 30, 2014) Dane and his “Life After Beth” co-star Aubrey Plaza are visiting various events to promote their movie. I decided to make one big photo master post, so it would be easier for you all to stay updated. Make sure to check back for me, as I am going to add new images as soon as they appear.
Aubrey Plaza and Dane DeHaan‘s new film “Life After Beth” tells the story of a boy whose girlfriend passes away and comes back to life as a zombie. They join HuffPost Live along with writer/director Jeff Baena to discuss the movie and more.
According to TV Guide Dane is going to be on GMA tomorrow morning together with his “Life After Beth” co-star Aubrey Plaza. Make sure you don’t miss it!
|Channel||Date & Time||Episode|
|ABC||Tue, Jul 29
|Good Morning America
Vin Diesel; Dane DeHaan and Aubrey Plaza; chef Emeril Lagasse; Andi Dorfman.
Dane also reminded us about that on twitter:
Everyone knows that love is complicated. But what they don’t know is just how complicated love is when your dead girlfriend comes back to life and slowly starts to turn into a zombie. Welcome to Zach’s world.
In the new horror-comedy Life After Beth, Zach (Dane DeHaan) finds himself with a back-from-the-dead girlfriend in Beth (Aubrey Plaza), who seems normal at first, but over time, starts to show off more zombie-like tendencies. EW has an exclusive clip from the film, in which Beth’s deteriorating state causes both anxiety and anger issues. Luckily, Zach is there to calm her with his radio. Turns out smooth jazz is just the thing to relax a zombie. Who knew?
Life After Beth is currently available on DirecTV and will be in limited theaters August 15th.
Thanks to my lovely friend Samantha I added HQ (720p) screencaptures of Dane as Harry Osborn / The Green Goblin from “The Amazing Spider-man 2“. As soon as the movie gets released in HD, I will add better quality screencaptures. So far enjoy these. The quality is quite decent:
In his latest interview with IndieWire Anton Corbijn mentions many things: Philip Seymour Hoffman, his career, ‘Life‘, and Dane as well. You can read an entire interview here. And below we have a Dane-related part:
In “Life,” Dane DeHaan will be playing James Dean. How difficult was it to cast someone in that role?
It was difficult. Also I think for the actors it’s very difficult to step in his shoes. But Dane DeHaan plays it well. He’s a tremendous actor. I don’t think he wanted to do it initially. He wouldn’t take a meeting with me because he didn’t want to be persuaded. But luckily he came to me and he was persuaded. He’s amazing.
He’s great in “Kill Your Darlings.”
Yeah, and “Place Beyond the Pines.” I haven’t seen “Spider-Man .” “Lawless” I have seen. And he’s in “Devil’s Knot” and “Life After Beth.” I haven’t seen that. I was in Sundance but I didn’t manage to see a single film.
Wow, looks like last few days we’ve been lucky with new Dane photos, right? This time Dane was seen out in East Village with an Anton Corbijn framed picture on JULY 23, 2014 in New York. I wonder if the photo has anything to do with “Life” movie? Perhaps, it’s a photo of Dane as James Dean? Well, we can only guess.
Today is Daniel Radcliffe‘s birthday (Happy 25th, Dan!). Dan was recently interviewed by The Daily Beast.
Among other interesting topics, he also talked about College Republicans, and said that it’s looking like it will happen, once he, Dane DeHaan and John Krokidas can get their schedules to line up.
You can read more details from Dan below:
You’re attached to reunite with your Kill Your Darlings director Jon Krokidas and co-star Dane DeHaan in College Republicans, with you playing a young Lee Atwater and DeHaan playing a young Karl Rove. Is that happening?
DAN:I don’t know at the moment! It’s looking really good, and it’s a fantastic script. That’s the plan—Dane as Karl and me as Lee—but trying to get the three of us in the same place at one time is tricky. It would make a really good movie because I don’t think people know that story at all. Like Kill Your Darlings, it’s a story about the genesis of a very important American cultural phenomenon that nobody really knows about. It’s fascinating how much of the neo-conservative ideal was born in a Ford Pinto driving around the South between Lee and Karl. It’s a serious true story, but it’s witty.