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07/20/2017Posted By admin0 Comment(s)
Filed Under: Only the Brave | Trailer

Josh Brolin and Miles Teller are two of the Granite Mountain Hotshots in the first trailer for Only the Brave.

Jeff Bridges, James Badge Dale, Taylor Kitsch and Jennifer Connelly also are featured in the real-life Sony drama, which recounts the heroic story of a team of local firefighters who are part of the Prescott Fire Department in Arizona. In 2013, they fought the deadliest wildfire in history, resulting in the death of 19 crewmembers.

Joseph Kosinski directs the drama from a script by Ken Nolan and Eric Warren Singer, based on a magazine article by Sean Flynn.

Only the Brave hits theaters Oct. 20.

04/10/2017Posted By admin0 Comment(s)
Filed Under: Movie News

Miles Teller is in negotiations to join Shailene Woodley in Adrift, a survival thriller being made by STX Entertainment.

Baltasar Kormakur, who tackled the people vs. nature theme in Everest, is attached to direct the project, which is based on the true story of a woman who sets off on a sailing trip to Tahiti with her fiance but, following a massive storm, finds herself alone at sea with her boat in ruins. The story, which toggles between the couple’s past courtship and the perilous present, follows her attempts to save herself and the man she loves on a 1,500-mile journey.

If a deal is made, Teller would play her husband. (And, if the deal closes, it will mark the fifth film Teller and Woodley have worked on together following The Spectacular Now and a trio of Divergent movies.)

Aaron and Jordan Kandell, who worked on Disney’s animated hit Moana, wrote the script on spec. The Kandells are also producing the project, which is eyeing a summer shoot.

Teller will shoot Adrift before he moves on to Too Old to Die Young, Amazon’s crime-thriller series from Drive filmmaker Nicolas Winding Refn that explores a hidden world of assassins.

The actor has two features lined up for release this year. First up is Granite Mountain, a true-life firefighting drama directed by Joseph Kosinski and set for a Sept. 22 release, followed by Thank You for Your Service, a drama about combat vets dealing with PTSD, which is set to bow Oct. 27.

Teller is repped by CAA and Stone Genow.


03/28/2017Posted By admin0 Comment(s)
Filed Under: Casting News

Miles Teller (Whiplash) is set as the series lead for Amazon’s upcoming original drama series Too Old to Die Young, from Nicolas Winding Refn.

Written by Refn (Neon Demon, Drive) and Ed Brubaker (Captain America: Winter Soldier, Westworld), Too Old to Die Young explores the criminal underbelly of Los Angeles by following killers’ existential journeys in becoming samurai. The entire series will be directed by Refn.

Teller will play Martin, a police officer entangled in the world of assassins.

Teller is known for his work in Damien Chazelle’s Oscar-nominated Whiplash, last summer’s War Dogs and his portrayal of fighter Vinnie Pazienza in Bleed for This. He’ll next be seen in Granite Mountain, which Lionsgate will release September 22, followed by Universal’s Steven Spielberg-produced Thank You for Your Service, which bows October 27.

“I’m a huge fan of Nic’s work, so the opportunity to work with him, and for a company like Amazon, with this type of material is very exciting,” said Teller.

Teller is repped by CAA and Stone Genow.


03/23/2017Posted By admin0 Comment(s)
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Universal has given an awards season release date of Oct. 27 for Miles Teller‘s drama “Thank You for Your Service.”

Based on David Finkel’s 2013 book, “Thank You for Your Service” follows a group of U.S. soldiers returning from Iraq who struggle to integrate back into family and civilian life, while living with the memory of a war that threatens to destroy them long after they’ve left the battlefield. The cast includes Haley Bennett, Amy Schumer, Joe Cole, Beulah Koale, Scott Haze, Keisha Castle-Hughes, Brad Beyer, Omar Dorsey, and Jayson Warner Smith.

Jason Hall, who wrote the screenplay for “American Sniper,” makes his directorial debut. Jon Kilik (“The Hunger Games” series) produces the film, while Ann Ruark executive produces

The script has been adapted by Hall from Finkel’s book of the same name, which followed up the home-front struggles of the battalion chronicled in Finkel’s “The Good Soldiers” during its 15-month tour of Baghdad during the surge of 2007-2008. The book was published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux and was a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award.

DreamWorks acquired movie rights to “Thank You for Your Service” prior to publication. Hall received an Oscar nomination for adapted screenplay for Warner Bros.’ “American Sniper.” He also co-wrote “Paranoia.”

“Thank You for Your Service” is the third title to land on Oct. 27. Lionsgate is also opening “Saw Legacy” and Paramount is launching its “2017 Cloverfield Movie.”


10/28/2016Posted By admin0 Comment(s)
Filed Under: Movie News

Miles Teller talks about playing notable boxer Vinny Paz (AKA Vinny Pazienza) in the movie Bleed for This and he recalls the intense weight loss he had to do for the role.

10/14/2016Posted By admin0 Comment(s)
Filed Under: Movie News

Hollywood star Miles Teller has revealed the pain behind his performance as boxer Vinny Pazienza in the biopic Bleed for This, a role that looks certain to generate Oscar buzz for the actor.

“Physically I was probably the furthest away from a world champion boxer as you could get,” said Teller, speaking to the press gathered at the 21st Busan International Film Festival.

“I needed every minute of every day of eight months just to be close to imitating this man. I can’t stress enough how special this guy is.”

Teller has followed up his breakthrough effort in the Oscar-nominated Whiplash (2014) with a similarly powerful turn as Pazienza, the five-time world champion boxer from the 1980s and 1990s who famously recovered from a near-fatal car accident to make a triumphant return to the ring.

“There is a certain kind of person who when the bullets are flying or the punches are being thrown, they go towards them,” said 29-year-old Teller. “Where that comes from I don’t know.”

Bleed for This, directed by Ben Younger, is set for release in the United States on November 18 before hitting screens across the globe. But it has first been wowing fans this week at BIFF, as it did when it made its world debut at last month’s Telluride Film Festival in Colorado.

10/04/2016Posted By admin0 Comment(s)
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Teller will play the lead role of Gilbert, an outcast aardvark, in the story of Noah’s Ark told from the perspective of animals. It’s directed by Kung Fu Panda filmmaker John Stevenson and is currently in production. Unified’s Keith Kjarval and Kurt Rauer produce while Cecil Kramer, a producer on Aardman Animation’s Oscar-winning Wallace & Grommit: The Curse of The Were-Rabbit, exec produces. Unified’s Ben Ruffman and Steve Goldstein also exec produce along with The Fyzz’s Wayne Godfrey and Robert Jones and Watson Enterprises’ Kitt Watson.

Story sees Gilbert become the reluctant leader of a ragtag group of misfit animals that need to be led to the mighty ark before the impending flood. Along their journey, they band together to conquer unforeseen natural disasters, and ultimately, Gilbert discovers within himself the inner strength and ingenuity to prove that a in a world of “twos,” anybody could be “the one,” even a lowly aardvark.

Teller’s known for his performance in Damien Chazelle’s Oscar-winning drumming sensation Whiplash as well as his performances in War Dogs and the Divergent series. Next up, he can be seen in Ben Younger’s Bleed for This, out in November. He recently wrapped Thank You for Your Service and Granite Mountain.

“Gilbert is young, spirited, sarcastic, and we couldn’t have found a more perfect artist to bring Gilbert to life in Miles,” said Stevenson.

Kjarval added: “Miles is an exceptionally talented and comically gifted young man who’s perfect for our hero Gilbert.”

Teller is repped by CAA and Sone, Genow, Semlkinson, Binder & Christopher.


08/17/2016Posted By admin0 Comment(s)
Filed Under: Gallery | War Dogs

I have add over 300+ photos from the Hollywood Premiere of War Dogs to the gallery.

08/06/2016Posted By admin0 Comment(s)
Filed Under: War Dogs

Now that’s impressive! Miles Teller proved he is not only a great actor but also a national treasure on Thursday night when he mastered the particularly challenging game of “Slip and Flip” on The Tonight Show.
Competing against host, Jimmy Fallon, Teller flung himself onto a wet Slip-N-Slide, speeding toward one table where he drank a beer and then played some flip cup. He then went back on the wet and wild ride to the other side of the room where he did the same.
The War Dogs star went back and forth six times until he had successfully downed and flipped all six cups, beating out Fallon. Shockingly, he managed to do all of this without stopping for a second or looking visibly nauseous.

Earlier in the week, Teller’s co-star Jonah Hill appeared on the show, where he bashed the young actor for saving a woman’s life in the ocean, saying it should have been him.

The Fantastic Four star addressed Hill’s criticism, saying, “I wish Jonah was there because it would’ve been another life that I saved.


08/05/2016Posted By admin0 Comment(s)
Filed Under: Gallery | War Dogs

I have add over 49 photos from the War Dogs’ in New York Premiere to the gallery.

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