The gallery has been updated with over 200 high definition BluRay quality screencaptures of Lily in Priest. Enjoy!
A date of August 16th has been set for the DVD and BluRay release of Lily’s movie Priest.
Bonus features on the Blu-ray and DVD include: commentary with Paul Bettany, Maggie Q, director Scott Stewart, and writer Cory Goodman; deleted and extended Scenes; and the making-of featurettes “The Bloody Frontier: Creating the World of Priest” and “Tools of the Trade: The Weapons and Vehicles of Priest.” Exclusively available on the Blu-ray 3D are Bullets and Crucifixes: Picture-in-Picture Experience and the BD-Live™ enabled movieIQ+sync, which allows viewers to access live trivia information about the movie’s cast, crew, music while watching the movie.
My apologies for the repost. We had an issue with the site and had to have it restored. Luckily, we only lost the one update I did. The MQ photos that were previously in the gallery from the press conference for Priest have been replaced with HQ versions and several new MQ photos have been added.
The promotion for Lily’s upcoming movie Priest have started, the movie it self will premiere on May 13 in the US. On May 1st Lily attanded at the Priest press conference, she looked great.
I have added 9 MQ photos of Lily at the event, which was held at The Four Seasons Hotel in LA. Enjoy!
A new Priest production still featuring Lily have surfaced. I have added this HQ still to the gallery, enjoy!
Lily Collins have done an interview for her upcoming movie Priest, she’s adorable. Enjoy!
Lily is featured in two new Priest clips that have been released, the movie itself will premiere in 3D on May 13th in USA. Can’t wait to see this movie! You can view HD screen caps in the gallery and watch the clips in the video archive. Enjoy these clips.
A priest disobeys church law to track down the vampires who kidnapped his niece.
And we also got to talk to Lily Collins, who plays the young Lucy, who gets kidnapped by vampires, thus sparking the movie’s rescue plot. We asked Collins how she tried to take the character beyond the usual “damsel in distress” role. And she said:
I start out as a damsel in distress [and] end up a fighter. There’s pivotal moments in the film where you’ll see Lucy clocking certain weapons or things, and she stores them to use up later, and she ends up turning into a fighter and taking her destiny into her own hands. So she definitely has her own thing going on at the end.