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Eric Bana and former Saints player Russell Morris arrive to watch Nick Riewoldt announce his retirement during a St Kilda Saints AFL press conference at Linen House Oval on July 31, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia.
Public Appearances > 2017 > Nick Riewoldt Press Conference – July 31, 2017
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment recently announced that the film, which starred Charlie Hunnam, Jude Law, Astrid Bergès-Frisbey, Djimon Hounsou, Aidan Gillen, and Eric Bana, would arrive on 4K Blu-ray, 3D Blu-ray, and Blu-ray on August 8.
Arthur with Swagger – Charlie Hunnam is a gentleman, a hunk and a rebel, setting new standards as king and new rules with the ladies.
Sword from the Stone – Director Guy Ritchie as he breathes 21st Century life and luster into England’s most iconic legend and he creates Camelot for a new audience!
Parry and Bleed – Charlie Hunnam and other cast members get a crash course in swordplay. Vikings versus Saxons style! Building on the Past – Londinium comes to life with a new design of Medieval Urban life, built from scratch.
Inside the Cut: The Action of King Arthur – Join stunt choreographer Eunice Huthart as she teams with Director Guy Ritchie to create the mind-blowing action of King Arthur
Camelot in 93 Days – Friendships and romances strengthen and fray as the realities of a 93 day shoot set in.
Legend of Excalibur – The world’s most famous sword is brought to life for a new generation.D
Scenic Scotland – Wrapping a monumental production on location in glorious Scotland.
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Eric Bana attends at the premiere of Warner Bros. Pictures’ ‘King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword’ at TCL Chinese Theatre on May 8, 2017 in Hollywood, California.
Public Appearances > 2017 > Premiere Of Warner Bros. Pictures’ ‘King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword’ in Hollywood, California – May 8, 2017
Eric Bana was required to think on his feet while filming The Secret Scripture.
The Australian actor stars as Dr. William Grene in the adaptation of Sebastian Barry’s 2008 novel of the same name, which tells the tale of a young woman who keeps a diary about her extended stay at a mental hospital.
While Eric enjoyed working with director Jim Sheridan on the movie, he admits it took some time to get used to his unconventional filming processes.
“There weren’t too many days where I went to work and did the work that I had prepared for the night before, in terms of the scene, the dialogue, the character, what we were meant to do that day,” he told Empire magazine. “It was a bit of a free-for-all… Because of the process we were taking, I felt that in the end it was going to diminish my character’s role in the film, which it did, but I was like, ‘Whatever.’ There was no other way but complete surrender.”
Eric began his career in sketch comedies and first gained Hollywood’s attention for his performance in 2001’s Black Hawk Down, before nabbing parts in 2003’s The Hulk and 2009’s Star Trek.
While the 48-year-old has a diverse body of work under his belt, he insists that he’s open to suggestion when taking on a character.
“I tend to try to be a bit malleable, so rather than resist methods, be open to methods. You want to prepare your character to the extent that you’re then totally free on the day and the dialogue becomes not irrelevant, but almost,” he explained.
As well as The Secret Scripture, Eric has also recently wrapped work on King Arthur: Legend of the Sword and The Forgiven. Though he has a steady stream of projects on the go, the star describes himself as a “part-time actor” in his Twitter bio.
“Full-time actors are people who work on series and soaps in television,” he shared. “I’m a guy who occasionally picks up a script and goes to work. If I called myself a full-time actor, I’d be lying.”
Eric Bana attends the screening of ‘The Secret Scripture’ At The Audi Dublin International Film Festival on February 18, 2017 in Dublin, Ireland.
Public Appearances > Screening of ‘The Secret Scripture’ At The Audi Dublin International – February 18, 2017
Eric Bana will attend this year’s Audi Dublin International Film Festival in support of the Irish premiere of Jim Sheridan’s The Secret Scripture.
Bana will join co-stars Vanessa Redgrave, Jack Reynor, Susan Lynch and director Jim Sheridan for the premiere of the film on February 24th at Savoy Cinema. Speaking at the announcement, Festival Director Grainne Humphreys said that the event “was already a landmark event for Irish film in 2017, but to have Eric Bana jetting in for the Gala brings another dimension of glamour and significance. I’m delighted to welcome him back to Ireland for the festival.”
Tickets for the 2017 programme are available to buy online at diff.ie, in person at DIFF House & Box Office, 13 Lower Ormond Quay, Dublin 1 or by phoning 01 687 7974.