Nicholas Hoult Becomes The Legend He Is In Jack The Giant Slayer
This is the start of a great year for Nicholas Hoult without a doubt. The year 2013 has brought a lot of blessings for him including 3 new movies that he himself will star in. Releasing on February 1 is his movie entitled Warm Bodies. On March 1, another great movie entitledJack The Giant Slayer will be released and another movie entitled Mad Max: Fury Road will be produced later. With his success on his previous movies like X-Men: First Class, it is without a doubt that Nicholas Hoult has certainly evolved to being one of the upcoming stars in Hollywood. Like the legendary story of Jack and the beanstalk, this new movie will surely be a hit not only to kids but as well as to adults who loved this story years before.
Two worlds are about to come as one as Jack, a young farm boy inadvertently opens the doorway to a chaotic world or giants. As these giants are unleashed on earth, everyone and everything that Jack holds dear becomes in constant danger. Trying to reclaim the land he loves, Jack undergoes an adventure he has doubts of winning against this fearsome creatures. All he needs is the courage and the will to fight for everything he holds dear and eventually he will succeed. Not once did Jack think that he is going to come face to face with giants in combat but not he is certainly on the ropes as he battles these legendary creatures and he himself might become a legend to his people as well.
JackThe Giant Slayer is an adaptation, adventure, and action film that is set to be released this coming March 1, 2013. It is directed by Bryan Singer in cooperation with Warner Bros. Pictures Distribution. JackThe Giant Slayer stars Nicholas Hoult, Eleanor Tomlinson, Ewan McGregor, Stanley Tucci, Ian McShane, and Bill Nighy. For those moviegoers and fans alike of this wonderful story, it will certainly be a big celebration in seeing this epic film come to life once again. Let us not miss this chance and watch this movie like the way we eagerly read this story page after page as children long before.