Kelly recently starred as Laura in the Amanda Sthers film adaptation “Promises”, it premiered at the Italian Film Festival last year and has finally made its way to Amazon Prime and other VOD streamers internationally.

I’ve made and uploaded a little more than 1000 HD captures from the film and you can find them by clicking on the gallery links below:




French multi-hyphenate Amanda Sthers (“Holy Lands”) has recruited the U.K.’s Kelly Reilly, Italy’s Pierfrancesco Favino and France’s Jean Reno for English-language romantic drama “Promises,” set in Italy and London, which started shooting in Rome on Monday.

Based on Sthers’ novel by the same title, “Promises” turns on an unfulfilled love affair between Alexander, played by Favino — who won best actor at Venice last year for his role in Italian drama “Padrenostro” — and Laura, played by Reilly (“True Detective,” “Britannia”).

Commenting on her casting choices, Sthers in a statement noted that she grew up watching movies from around the globe and therefore “allowed myself to choose talent over everything else, and wanted the global sentiment of the film reflected in casting.”

“Together, Favino and Reilly look like a quintessential cinematic couple bringing a sense of timelessness to our story,” Sthers added.

For more of the interview with Amanda abut the project, check out the announcement article on Variety






EXCLUSIVE: Boyd Holbrook, Kelly Reilly, and Alistair Petrie are set to star in Eight For Silver, a period piece written and directed by Sean Ellis. LD Entertainment is behind the film, which is slated to begin filming this month in France.

Set in the countryside of France, the 19th-century horror pic follows John McBride (Holbrook), a pathologist assigned to determine if the body of a 14-year-old boy found in the woods is the work of a man or a beast. McBride is then welcomed as a guest into the family home of a local wealthy landowner, Seamus Laurent (Petrie), and his wife Isabelle (Reilly), who share that their own son, a friend of the victim, has been missing for two weeks. Distraught and determined to keep her daughter safe, Isabelle finds comfort in the arrival of John while he is forced to confront the horrors of his own dark past.

Mickey Liddell and Pete Shilaimon are producing the project on behalf of LD, which is fully financing the production.


Source: Deadline


It’s almost time. Paramount released the first official trailer for Season 2 of Yellowstone and there’s a LOT to take in. Everyone’s getting their hands dirty this season and will John succumb to his illness before the season is up? Only time will tell.

Yellowstone returns June 19 only on Paramount.




She Plays: Brilliant, bitter, beautiful Beth Dutton, a tough-as-nails corporate raider and the only daughter of über-wealthy cattleman John Dutton (Kevin Costner) on Paramount Network’s modern Western saga Yellowstone.

Her wild west upbringing means she can toss back whiskeys and throw down with cowboys. “She hates weakness in people,” Reilly says. “But she hates it most in herself.”

Where You’ve Seen Her: On Amazon Prime Video’s 2018 historical saga Britannia as headstrong Celtic warrior Kerra and on Season 2 of the HBO thriller True Detective as brainy Jordan Semyon. She has also appeared in feature films such as 2009’s Sherlock Holmes and 2012’s Flight.

Why We Love Her: Reilly’s fierce performance gives us zinger-envy. “People respond to Beth because of her willingness to do and say things we wouldn’t,” the actress says. “We propel our fantasies of being badass, or messy, onto her.”

Reilly also shows the underlying emotional pain Beth suffers, as she feels responsible for the death of her mother in a horseback-riding accident. “I’m interested in playing layered, truthful, flawed women,” she says.

Watch Out: As Beth begins to heal from her past wounds, she uses her business brains and strategy to go after her dad’s enemy, developer Dan Jenkins (Danny Huston). “She’s loyal to her father and would do anything for him,” Reilly says. “She’s the smartest person in any room.

She owns herself like a man does, and she doesn’t apologize for the space she takes or what she says or who she is.” You have a problem with that?

Yellowstone, Wednesdays, 10/9c, Paramount Network

Via TVInsider

We’ve obviously been on the Kelly train for years and I’m so pleased everyone else is finally getting on board as well. Here’s hoping all of the love for Kelly’s beautiful and bruised Beth results in an Emmy nomination come next round.