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Nord-England zur Jahrhundertwende: Die junge Autorin Edith Cushing verliebt sich in den charmanten Sir Thomas Sharpe. Nach kurzer Zeit heiraten die beiden und ziehen in ein düsteres Schloss. Geistererscheinungen und Anweisungen, nur bestimmte. Tom Hiddleston stieß nur 72 Stunden nach Cumberbatchs Ausstieg zum Cast, allerdings nur mit dessen Einverständnis, da die beiden eng befreundet sind. Warum sind eigentlich britische Schauspieler in Hollywood so erfolgreich und populär? Tom Hiddleston, aktuell mit "Crimson Peak" im Kino. finlandssvensken.se - Kaufen Sie Crimson Peak - Steelbook günstig ein. Qualifizierte Peak - Steelbook [Blu-ray] [Limited Edition] von Tom Hiddleston Blu-ray 19,99 €. finlandssvensken.se - Kaufen Sie Crimson Peak günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer.
Warum sind eigentlich britische Schauspieler in Hollywood so erfolgreich und populär? Tom Hiddleston, aktuell mit "Crimson Peak" im Kino. Crimson Peak“ ist Filmspuk von Guillermo del Toro mit Tom Hiddleston und Mia Wasikowska in den Hauptrollen. Leider ist der Film wenig. Tom Hiddleston und Mia Wasikowska brillieren als Leinwandpaar in der Gothic-Romanze 'Crimson Peak'.
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The story itself doesn't really go for the cheap thrills that most horror today goes for, and I appreciate that. Mia Wasikowska and Tom Hiddleston have a fantastic chemistry and you readily fall in love with the love story they present you, but the real jewel of the film is Jessica Chastain.
As soon as she walks on screen you know something wicked this way comes. Her piercing glare and overall sense of distaste for the other characters really unease's you in the most fun way.
You can see little to no sympathy in her face and you cannot wait to see just where she'll go with it. The story starts off as pleasantly as any period piece and you wonder what the ghouls and ghosts are up to, and whether they are in cahoots with Hiddleston and Chastain.
Unfortunately by the second half, the movie looses some of its spook and becomes somewhat predictable in plot, but because of this you will be able to watch it over and over again without ever really getting bored.
This is because the horror isn't the selling point of the story, the heart of the characters are. And each character has more heart than they could possibly know what to do with.
The acting is superb and although this story has been told in one way or another, you still root for a positive outcome.
Guillermo del Toro creates yet another masterpiece of film. I fully enjoyed it. Sign In. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends.
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Rate This. In the aftermath of a family tragedy, an aspiring author is torn between love for her childhood friend and the temptation of a mysterious outsider.
Trying to escape the ghosts of her past, she is swept away to a house that breathes, bleeds - and remembers. Director: Guillermo del Toro.
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You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Mia Wasikowska Edith Cushing Jessica Chastain Lucille Sharpe Tom Hiddleston Thomas Sharpe Charlie Hunnam Alan McMichael Jim Beaver Carter Cushing Burn Gorman Holly Leslie Hope McMichael Doug Jones Ogilvie Bruce Gray Ferguson Emily Coutts Eunice Alec Stockwell Finlay Brigitte Robinson Secretary Jane Gillian Ferrier Society Girl Tamara Hope Learn more More Like This.
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By the time Thomas mentions that the estate is referred to as "Crimson Peak" due to the warm red clay seeping through the snow, Edith is growing weak and coughing up blood.
Edith explores the mansion and pieces clues together, discovering that Thomas previously married three wealthy women, one of whom was an Italian woman named Enola Schotti, whose locked trunk is kept in the basement by vats of blood-red clay.
A ghost lures her to a closet where she discovers wax cylinders on which one of Thomas's previous wives recorded a message, explaining that the Sharpes are poisoning her for her inheritance.
Edith realizes she, too, is being poisoned through the tea that Lucille gives her every day and that the siblings have had an incestuous relationship for years, resulting in a sickly child that died shortly after birth.
Lucille, the more deranged of the two, also murdered their mother after she had discovered her children's incest.
Thomas inherited the family manor, that, like many aristocratic estates of the era, is no longer profitable; the Sharpes are virtually penniless.
The siblings thus began a "marriage and murder" scheme to support themselves and finance Thomas's inventions. When Edith reveals her discoveries Lucille pushes her from a balcony, hoping to kill Edith but only breaking her leg.
Back in the United States, Alan learns what Mr. Cushing had uncovered about the Sharpes prior to his death: Thomas's multiple marriages and Lucille's time in a mental institution.
He travels to Allerdale Hall in the dead of winter to rescue Edith. When Alan arrives, he finds Edith nearly bedridden. Lucille demands that Thomas kill him.
By now, Thomas feels suffocated by Lucille, wants to leave all this behind, and has fallen in love with Edith. Wishing to protect her, he inflicts a non-fatal stab wound to Alan and hides him.
Lucille forces Edith to sign a transfer deed granting the Sharpes ownership of her estate and proudly confesses that she was the one who murdered Edith's father.
Edith stabs Lucille and attempts to flee. Thomas burns the transfers and begs his sister to leave the house so they can all be together, but Lucille realises that he means Edith will be with them as well.
Upset and jealous that Thomas loves Edith after he promised not to fall in love with any of his wives and only love Lucille she kills him in a blind rage and then pursues Edith.
Aided by Thomas's ghost, Edith kills Lucille with a shovel while using the mining equipment as cover. She silently says farewell to Thomas before he vanishes.
Edith and Alan are rescued by the villagers, whereas Lucille becomes the black ghost of Allerdale Hall, doomed to remain alone and trapped in the mansion while playing her favorite piano for all eternity.
The beginning of the end credits implies that Edith has written a novel titled Crimson Peak based on her experiences.
Del Toro and Robbins wrote the original spec script after the release of Pan's Labyrinth in It was sold quietly to Donna Langley at Universal.
Langley suggested that del Toro produce the film for another director, but he could not find one he deemed suitable.
The producers deemed the last of these "the best project for us, just the right size". Universal allowed del Toro to move the project to Legendary, with the caveat that they could put up money for a stake in the film.
Del Toro called the film a "ghost story and gothic romance". He has described it as "a very set-oriented, classical but at the same time modern take on the ghost story", and said that it would allow him to play with the genres' conventions while subverting their rules.
I wanted this to feel like a throwback. The director intended to make a large-scale horror film in the tradition of those he grew up watching, such as The Omen , The Exorcist , and The Shining.
He cited the latter as "another Mount Everest of the haunted house movie", praising the high production values and Stanley Kubrick 's control over the large sets.
British playwright Lucinda Coxon was enlisted to rewrite the script with del Toro, in hopes of bringing it a "proper degree of perversity and intelligence", but she is not credited on the finished film.
Benedict Cumberbatch and Emma Stone were originally cast, but both dropped out of the production.
Tom Hiddleston and Mia Wasikowska took over their respective roles, making this film their second collaboration after Only Lovers Left Alive.
The film was titled Haunted Peak while under production, a title used only for the studio booking. In October , Chastain went through a full-body cast process for the film.
She posted pictures on her Facebook of her getting her head, torso, and fists cast. That section of roadway was closed to traffic and covered in topsoil to assist in the look of the setting.
The building to the west figured prominently. Crimson Peak held its world premiere at Fantastic Fest , in Austin, Texas , on September 25, , with Del Toro in attendance, and was held as a "secret screening".
At the San Diego Comic-Con International on July 23, , del Toro helped create props for the Legendary Pictures booth by allowing fans to walk through snow-covered gates, and a gallery of props from the set and costumes from the film, including a bloody knife and moth print in the wallpaper that spell out the word "fear".
On June 16, , four character posters were released, featuring the four main cast members. On July 11, , John Murdy, creative director of Universal Studios Hollywood 's Halloween Horror Nights , announced that the film would be adapted into a maze for the season.
A novelization of the film, by Nancy Holder, was released on October 20, The film suffered from a very competitive PG adult market where such films as The Martian and Bridge of Spies were overperforming.
Outside North America, Crimson Peak opened in 66 countries. Crimson Peak received positive reviews from critics. The site's critical consensus reads, " Crimson Peak offers an engaging — albeit somewhat slight — diversion driven by a delightfully creepy atmosphere and director Guillermo del Toro's brilliant knack for unforgettable visuals.
After attending an early screening, horror writer Stephen King called the film "gorgeous and just fucking terrifying", and said it "electrified" him like Sam Raimi 's The Evil Dead , whose distribution he helped secure with a rave review in Best of all, though, is his belief that 'what terrifies him will terrify others.
The film wears its heart on its sleeve, along with its soul and most of its intestines. Dan Jolin of Empire wrote that "It may be a little overwrought for some tastes, borderline camp at points, but if you're partial to a bit of Victorian romance with Hammer horror gloop and big, frilly night-gowns, GDT delivers an uncommon treat.
But it's still full of marvels. Watching the women square off within del Toro's eye-popping, painterly palette is a feast for the eyes, if not particularly substantial fare for the mind.
Scott of The New York Times wrote that "The film is too busy, and in some ways too gross, to sustain an effective atmosphere of dread.
It tumbles into pastiche just when it should be swooning and sighing with earnest emotion. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Crimson Peak Theatrical release poster.
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