US & Canadian fans, are you ready to see Robert Pattinson and Dane DeHaan absolutely rock the house in Life? What was that??? I can’t hear you! I said US & Canada are you READY for the AWESOMENESS that is Life?!? Life is simultaneously being released today in theaters and Video-On-Demand. The movie tells the true story of photographer Dennis Stock’s relationship with James Dean, played by Dane DeHaan. Dennis Stock took the legendary photo of James Dean walking through Time Square; and played a pivotal role in cementing Dean’s iconic legacy. Read more
Director Anton Corbijn’s Life will arrive in select U.S. theaters on December 4. The movie stars Robert Pattinson, and Dane DeHaan as Dennis Stock and James Dean; and documents the period that James Dean and Life photographer Dennis Stock spent together right before Dean exploded onto the movie scene. Corbijn (Control, A Most Wanted Man) called his work with Pattinson and DeHaan a “tremendous experience” and went on to say: Read more
Life is the story of two men pursuing their individual artistic callings against the grain of industry norms. Both Dennis Stock and James Dean died as glittering names in photojournalism and acting. But in 1955, when this film is set, neither was established. Read more
You may already know more about legendary photographer-turned-director Anton Corbijn’s new film than you realise. Have you ever seen that iconic 1960 photo of James Dean walking in the rain in Times Square? Well, the picture was taken by a man named Dennis Stock, and the story of it, and his friendship with the soon-to-be-huge star, is touchingly told in Life.
With two excellent performances from Robert Pattinson as Stock and Dane DeHaan as Dean, Life is Corbijn’s most uplifting film to date, with the era so lovingly and beautifully recreated that your time with his two leading men will probably feel all too short. Read more
The exciting new trailer for Life starring Robert Pattinson and Dane DeHaan is finally here! SQUUEEEE! “Photography is a good way of saying that I’ve been here, you’ve been here. We live in hope.” Read more