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Interview with Stuart Beattie, writer/director of Tomorrow, When the War Began

Interview with Stuart Beattie, writer/director of Tomorrow, When the War Began

Luke Buckmaster September 14, 2010

Stuart Beattie is a rare figure in the Australian film industry: an Aussie who moved to America and made a living in Hollywood as a writer for large scale films bankrolled by major production studios. His credits include the Oscar-winning Collateral (2003), Derailed (2005), 30 Days of Night (2007) and the Pirates of the Caribbean […]

Tomorrow, When the War Began movie review: on track to become an Aussie classic

Tomorrow, When the War Began movie review: on track to become an Aussie classic

Luke Buckmaster August 23, 2010 20 Comments

Author John Marsden’s Australian invasion novel Tomorrow, When the War Began has been gobbled up like corn chips and adored by teens and young adults since it hit the shelves in the early 90’s. The book generated record sales, six sequels, endless speculation about the nationality of the invaders (Marsden never named names) and now […]

Trailer Watch: Tomorrow, When the War Began

Trailer Watch: Tomorrow, When the War Began

Luke Buckmaster April 5, 2010 10 Comments

The first half of the teaser trailer (watch it below) for writer/director Stuart Beattie’s highly anticipated big screen adaptation of Australian author John Marsden’s well-loved novel Tomorrow, When the War Began plays like a shampoo commercial: there are picturesque images of cliff faces, countryside and rain forests, cheesy top 20 music and shots of young […]