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TGITB DVD out 2/23 & Netflix plus HD Screen Captures

Hi everyone. A lot to report since my last update so I’ll split it into two separate ones. First, involving everything to do with The Girl in the Book. The DVD will be available to purchase on February 23rd, so in just a few days time! Here is Amazon purchase link. No word on whether or not there will be DVD extras and please keep in mind that the DVD is Region 1 (US and Canada) only.

Also, for those who prefer streaming, the film is now officially available to watch on NETFLIX. If you can’t watch it in your country/region yet, hopefully you will be able to soon. If you’re logged into Netflix, search for Emily’s name, the film title, or just click here and it should come up.

And last but not least, I made 2,115 HD screen captures of Emily from The Girl in the Book and added them to the gallery. There are so many because Emily is in almost every scene. I also added new promo ads, behind the scenes images, and production stills from the film. You can check all that out here. Happy viewing!


Coming soon! Agent 13 Funko Pop!

Happy New Year, guys! I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday season. This year we get to look forward to Emily reprising her role in the Marvel cinematic universe and I’m sure you’re all just as excited as me to see that come May.

Just announced! Funko has made a vinyl figure of Emily’s character from Captain America: Civil War, Agent 13, in their Pop! Line for the movie! This is super exciting because to my knowledge, this is the first merchandising of any character Emily has played in a figure/collectible form. As a collector of Pops myself, this is a dream come true. Check her out below!


You can pre-order her already at Entertainment Earth. She should be in stores in the next few months!

Emily Talks “Civil War” and “The Girl In The Book”, Film Clips

Here is an interview with ET that Emily did last week. She talks first about Captain America: Civil War then at the end mentions about The Girl in the Book. The interview says her character fights with Scarlet Witch but if you know about the sides, you know that doesn’t make sense. Other people have mentioned this also but their and my belief is that Emily was talking about Scarlett Johansson aka Black Widow.

And here are two clips from the film (one from ET and the other from Hulu). I got the chance to see the film in theaters over the weekend and it was absolutely incredible. If you want to, you have until this Thursday in these participating theaters to do so. To check movie times, click on this Fandango link then choose “Movie Times + Tickets”. Please go out and support the film! If it’s not playing near you, you can buy or rent the movie in a variety of platforms including iTunes.

New “The Girl in the Book” Poster + Emily Interview

Check out the brand new poster for The Girl in the Book. Remember, the film will be opening this Friday, December 11th and will only be in theaters for a week. If you want to see it on the big screen, be sure to go if it’s playing near you. To find out which theaters it will be playing at, click on this post. If it’s not playing near you, don’t worry. The film will be on available on Video on Demand through various platforms and that won’t expire anytime soon.

Also, Emily has been very busy promoting the film. This morning she was on the KTLA Morning News. You can watch the interview below:

“The Girl in the Book” Trailer + Theater Locations

Here it is!!!The long-awaited official trailer for The Girl in the Book!

Here is the synopsis of the film for those who don’t know:

Set in the world of NYC publishing, a young book editor is forced to confront a troubling part of her past when a bestselling author re-enters her life. 29-year-old assistant editor and aspiring writer Alice Harvey is funny, smart and emotionally self-destructive. Climbing the ranks at a notable publishing company, she struggles to write her own story, forever stymied by memories of her youthful relationship with her dad’s older best friend, Milan. After 15 years Milan and Alice’s paths cross once again, forcing them to confront events that have long gone unaddressed.

Also we have the list of theaters and cities that will be playing the film starting this Friday, December 11th.

The links to the theaters can be found below. Please click on a link to check showtimes. I just got word from the film’s Twitter that it will only be in theaters for ONE WEEK so please go out and support the film if you can! And if you are, use the hashtag #TGITBFilm on social media. So excited that after being a Kickstarter backer and several years of waiting, the film is finally upon us!

Elmwood 6 (Berkeley, CA)

Town Center 5 (Encino, CA)

Angelika Pop-Up at Union Market (Washington, DC)

Hollywood Hits (Danvers, MA)

Quality 16 (Ann Arbor, MI)

Village East Cinemas (New York, NY)

Great Lakes Stadium 16 (Mentor, OH)

Montgomeryville Stadium 12 (Lansdale, PA)

Studio Movie Grill Spring Valley 16 (Dallas, TX)

Sundance Cinemas Seattle (Seattle, WA)

Not near any of these theaters? Don’t worry, the film will be available on video on demand starting December 11th as well on the following platforms

Video on Demand (VOD) Outlets
Amazon
Blockbuster on Demand
DirecTV
Dishnetwork
iNDEMAND
iTunes
Sony Playstation
Vubiquity
Vudu
Xbox
Youtube

Source: Official TGITB Film Facebook Page

“Captain America: Civil War” trailer / 1st Official Photo

Here is our first look at MCU’s next installment, Captain America: Civil War

Don’t see Emily? Go back and pause at 1:22 and you will see her standing next to Martin Freeman.

Entertainment Weekly has also posted exclusive stills from the film and one of them features Emily:

“The Girl In The Book” in Select Theaters December 11th!

We finally have news on when The Girl in the Book will be released and it’s next month! Friday, December 11th, to be exact. It will also be available the same date as video on demand. No news yet on which theaters/cities or platforms will get the film but I will update you guys as soon as I find out!

In other news, the film now has an official Twitter. You can find them at @TGITBFilm. Be sure to give them a follow!


Myriad Pictures nabs U.S. rights to “The Girl in the Book”

Great news! 10 lucky cities come December will be able to see Emily’s film, The Girl in the Book, in theaters! It’s looking like New York will be one of the cities so I’m excited to finally get the chance to watch it in just a few short months!

Myriad Pictures has acquired the U.S. rights to The Girl in the Book, an indie drama starring Emily VanCamp and Michael Nyqvist (from Sweden’s version of The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo), written and directed by Marya Cohn.

The film, which premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival this year, stars VanCamp as Alice Harvey, a struggling writer and the daughter of a powerful book agent. Harvey grapples with writer’s block and a difficult junior book editor job. When she’s tasked with handling the re-release of a novel based on her own life, she’s forced to confront her painful past with help from the book’s author, played by Nyqvist.

Director Cohn’s previous work, a short film called Developing with Natalie Portman and Frances Conroy, won grand prizes at the Belgian Festival Mondial du Cinéma du Court Métrage and the St. Petersburg Message to Man Film Festival.

The Girl in the Book will be released by Myriad with Freetsyle Releasing and Freestyle Digital Media, with a 10-city U.S. theatrical and ultra VOD release in December. The film marks the third joint release between Myriad and Freestyle this year.

Source: EW