I’ve updated the gallery with HQ screencaptures of Matt as Jake in his newly released movie Adverse.
Ahead of next week’s world premiere of Superman: Red Son in Los Angeles, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has provided ComicBook.com with an exclusive first look at the cast list and the first official still image from Justice League Dark: Apokolips War, a new animated feature that will pit the assembled might of the Justice League Dark and Justice League against Darkseid, the tyrant god of Apokolips, in what marks more or less a direct sequel to Justice League: War, the first movie set in the current continuity of DC Universe animated films. While that story was adapted pretty directly from Geoff Johns and Jim Lee’s first arc on Justice League, there is not a story being adapted 1:1 for Apokolips War.
Justice League Dark: Apokolips War was announced at San Diego Comic Con, but no official details were revealed beyond the title. In the film, the world’s greatest Super Heroes square off once-and-for-all against the despotic Darkseid – with the fate of all humanity hanging in the balance – in Justice League Dark: Apokolips War, the next entry in the popular series of DC Universe Movies. [Source]
Matt’s upcoming movie “Adverse” will be the opening night screening of Porto International Film Festival 2020. The news was announced yesterday on the festival’s official website and was tweeted by the movie’s twitter page.
Excited to premiere and open the Fantasporto Film Festival in Portugal for Adverse!
Rated by Variety – top 25 festivals in the world with premieres/screenings by Quentin Tarantino, Ridley Scott, Peter Jackson and more.https://t.co/SHPLutPpN6#fantasporto #adversethefilm
— adversethefilm (@adversethefilm) January 8, 2020
Happy Holidays everyone!
I was able to
finally track down one of Matt’s older projects to update the gallery with. Heart of Lightness (2014) was an independent movie about 8 British actors and a narcoleptic director travel to the Norwegian Arctic Circle to film Henrik Ibsen’s play ‘The Lady From The Sea’. The movie was available for a while on Amazon Prime but was removed a while ago, but you can stream/purchase it to support the filmmaker on Vimeo.
Matt’s screentime was about 5 minutes so I had to overcap his scenes. I’ve updated the gallery with an HQ still of Matt and 720p screencaptures, enjoy!