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Rami Malek Attending The SLS Las Vegas Grand Opening Celebration With Kellan Lutz On August 22nd 2014
Rami Malek attending the SLS Las Vegas grand opening celebration with Kellan Lutz on August 22, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada
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Rami Malek took to his twitter account tonight to pay tribute to the late Robin Williams who passed away on August 11th 2014
Rami Malek and Robin Williams starred in the Night At The Museum trilogy together!
Rami Malek has been ANIMATED in the new game gaming soon through Supermassive Games for PS4
Lock your doors, turn off the lights and let’s explore some of the realistically gruesome details… of Supermassive Games' new game for the Playstation 4 'Until Dawn'
In Until Dawn you play the parts of all eight friends as they gather at a remote mountain getaway for a night of unexpected terror.
The story is wrote in collaboration with horror auteurs Larry Fessenden and Graham Reznick (Stake Land, Habit, The Last Winter) who’ve been bringing great independent horror movies to the big and small screen for decades. That story challenges you to unravel the terrifying mysteries of Blackwood Pines. Look out for clues while they test your limits of fear but remember, things aren’t always as they seem!
Whichever way you choose to play it’s a rollercoaster of emotion and fear and, to support the authenticity of your characters, we’ve been lucky enough to work with an outstanding and talented cast including Hayden Panettiere (Golden Globe-nominee from Heroes and Nashville), Rami Malek (Night at the Museum, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2, Need for Speed) and Brett Dalton (Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.). Their incredible performances will connect you to your characters on a meaningful emotional level.
Check out the exclusive promotional trailer for the game below. The game and trailer are rated 18+ and the site holds no responsibility if you ignore this disclaimer.
There is no official release date from Sony or Supermassive Games as of yet, but we will update when we know
Rami Malek attends the Arctic Monkeys post-concert afterparty at Figueroa Hotel on August 7, 2014 in Los Angeles, California
All photos of Rami Malek from the after party have been removed by request of the photographer
21st Century Fox have released the second movie poster for Night At The Museum: Secret Of The Tomb
Rami Malek reprises his role of Ahkmenrah for the third and final time in the Night At The Museum trilogy.
Night At The Museum: Secret of the Tomb has finished filming and is currently in post production, set to be in the cinemas worldwide on December 19th 2014
First Movie Poster for Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb
The third and final installment for the Night At The Museum franchise
Source: Digital Spy
First movie trailer for - Night At The Museum: Secret Of The Tomb - The mysterious tablet of Ahkmenrah takes Larry (Ben Stiller) and the museum artifacts from New York to London in this final installment
Rami Malek reprises his role as Ahkmenrah for the third and final time
Check out the exclusive trailer below and enjoy!
Film is due for cinema release on December 19th in the US and December 21st 2014 in the UK
First Trailer For Night At The Museum: Secrets Of The Tomb With Rami Malek As Ahkmenrah Released TOMORROW!!
FIRST TRAILER FOR NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM: SECRET OF THE TOMB COMING TOMORROW!!!
The third and final installment for the Night at the Museum franchise that has now finished filming and is in post production getting ready for its cinema release on December 21st 2014.
Rami Malek reprises his role as 'Ahkmenrah'
Check back tomorrow for the exclusive trailer!
New stills of Rami Malek as Ahkmenrah in the final installment of Night At The Museum 3: The Secret Of The Tomb.
Night At The Museum has finished filming and is currently in post production, due for release in cinemas worldwide on December 19th 2014
USA Today caught up with the cast members for a short chat below:
The Night at the Museum stars will come to life one more time.
Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb (due out Dec. 19) is the third and final bow of the successful comedic franchise centered around nocturnally animated museum exhibits and regular-guy night watchman Larry Daley (Ben Stiller).
This time the museum wonders travel to London's British Museum, and out to the streets.
"We have brought museums to life, but we have never really explored the idea of taking the magic into the world. This movie really goes beyond the museum walls," says director Shawn Levy. "We are out in London, on a double-decker bus, in Trafalgar Square. It's a juicy idea we haven't explored."
It starts at the original home, New York City's American Museum of Natural History, where the vibrant exhibits were discovered after closing time in 2006's Night at the Museum (2009's Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian took place in Washington, D.C.).
But the source of the life-giving magic — the Egyptian Golden Tablet of Pharaoh Ahkmenrah — begins to corrode, forcing international action.
Larry and museum exhibits including Pharaoh Ahkmenrah (Rami Malek), Teddy Roosevelt (Robin Williams), Attila the Hun (Patrick Gallagher), Sacajawea (Mizuo Peck), Roman centurion Octavius (Steve Coogan) and Jedediah (Owen Wilson) wind up at the British Museum's famed Egyptian wing to solve the deadly mystery.
"We go to the British Museum in the second half of the movie because that is where the answers lie," says Levy. "It's not because it felt like time to get on an airplane."
The London setting allows for a new cast of characters. A powerful pharaoh, Ahkmenrah's father and the tablet's creator, is played by Ben Kingsley. Rebel Wilsonportrays the shocked security guard who comes across surprising after-hours activity.
Dan Stevens continues to break away from his Downton Abbey persona by playing a comical Sir Lancelot underneath 50 pounds of armor, a role that Levy calls "a comedic revelation."
Stevens enjoyed finding the "silly, larger-than-life" side to the famed Knight of the Round Table, even if it meant literally riding a horse through Trafalgar Square during a night shoot. "That was a bit bizarre."
He also describes the surreal scene of having late-night conversations next to theRosetta Stone with Robin Williams during night shoot breaks in the museum. Stiller, too, was wowed by having "access to this incredible place that you would just never have a chance to walk around by yourself."
The film also features the final appearance of Mickey Rooney who shot scenes with fellow night security guards Dick Van Dyke and Bill Cobbs.
"I didn't know it was to be his last film, but it was a truly memorable shoot," says Levy of Rooney, who died April 6 at age 93. "He came to work."
This installment will be Levy and Stiller's last museum trek, after the first two films made nearly $1 billion worldwide at the box office.
"These remain the most successful movies that Ben and I have ever done," says Levy. "Ultimately, in some ways, this is about saying goodbye to a franchise which has been career defining for both of us."