THE INQUIRY / The Final Inquiry (Giulio Base, 2006)

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Postby Jox on 21 Oct 2006, 23:32

SWEET!

Yeah I'm pretty sure it won't be as action-packed as they want us to believe it will, but it looks really good and Dolph looks badass... Glad Nu Image got a website at last...
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Postby BrunnenMatt on 21 Oct 2006, 23:34

Nice going TombRaider :D, I wonder why Dolph had the War Paint on :wink: 8).

How big is his role in this picture again? I know we already have a discussion on this in another thread but Dolph only had limited time in the trailer.

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Postby bomaz on 22 Oct 2006, 13:46

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ycsfAwRCsYw ( the trailer via youtube )

EDIT : sorry jox, i didn't noticed you uploaded it ! :wink:
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Postby preacher on 23 Oct 2006, 09:18

Nice.
The production values look good but it´s hard to tell for sure.
I dont think Dolphs role is that big. Think he is sort of a sidekick to the hero.
It´s cool that he is doing a supporting role.
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Postby Tom on 23 Oct 2006, 18:09

Seems like Dolph will have a Mani type role as in Brotherhood of the Wolf. The trailer isn't a decent quality, so it's hard to fully judge on how good the cinemtography will look. However from the trailer, it looks pretty lavish. I'd say the budget was around $15mill. Dolph will kick ass I bet.
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Postby Mosquito on 23 Oct 2006, 20:17

Am I blind? I just wondered why Dolph appears second in the cast list but I only cought a few glimpses of him in the trailer... did I miss something?
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Postby Jox on 23 Oct 2006, 20:37

The thing is the quality of the compression is pretty bad, but I think we can see him quite a bit in the battle scenes... But yeah let's not fool ourselves, there's quite a lot of characters in this movie, and the story doesn't focus on him (I believe his character was added and is not in the 1986 version) so don't expect his screen time to be enormous... BUT he's a slave and bodyguard to the lead and he will be following him on his journey. He has second billing name but obviously Nu Image wants to capitalize on his presence (like Johnny Mnemonic where he only had like 10 mins on screen)...
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Postby Heavana on 27 Oct 2006, 22:59

Does anyone have an idea of when The Inquiry will become available???
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Postby Craigie-Boy on 31 Oct 2006, 03:30

And if there's any hope at all of the DVD being released here in the UK? We're still waiting for non-rental versions of Detention and Direct Action, for crying out loud!
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THE INQUIRY - a quick interview with Giulio Base

Postby Jox on 14 Nov 2006, 17:30

Here's a few questions I directly asked to Giulio Base, the director of THE INQUIRY:

- Well, can you tell me how you got involved in the project, how the idea of a remake came up and how was the cast set up?

The producer called me and I said YES! He had the idea of the remake and he let me free to choose the actors I really wanted

- What's the approx. budget? ($15-20 million?)

Probably

- How did Dolph Lundgren get involved and how was working with him?

Dolph he's an intelligent man and a very kind humain being. I also think that he gave to THE INQUIRY a huge performance as an actor

- Are you happy with the final cut?

Yes, very much.

- Finally, is it supposed to be a theatrical or a TV movie?

Both.
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THE INQUIRY

Postby Jox on 09 Dec 2006, 12:03

ORNELLA MUTI AND SEAN BEAN WILL RECEIVE CAPRI GLOBAL AWARDS 2006 ON DECEMBER 28 FOLLOWING PREVIEW OF THE INQUIRY

Capri, November 26, 2006 - Ornella Muti and English actor Sean Bean will receive The Capri Global Award by Fiuggi on Thursday, December 28, in honor of their international careers. The two artists will join Giancarlo Giannini at the Great Galà of Capri, Hollywood (promoted by the Casino of Venice) at the Relais-Hotel La Palma for the Premiere Kimbo 2007 first Italian screening of Casino Royale, the new James Bond films that features Giannini.

Earlier that day at the Capri, Hollywood International Film Festival,
Muti, co-star Daniele Liotti and director Giulio Base will introduce their new film, L'Inchiesta [The Inquiry], a remake of Damiano Damiani’s 1986 film about an investigation of the death and rumored resurrection of Jesus. In this IIF-RAI production, Muti plays the role of Mary Magdalene.
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Postby Nathan on 13 Dec 2006, 21:50

hmm good stuff! :D
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Postby Mosquito on 13 Dec 2006, 23:28

Oh cool, I hope this will boost the movie's promotion. And I hope it's a really good movie! I don't remember... did you tell us what the budget was?
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Postby Jox on 14 Dec 2006, 12:51

Well the director himself isn't sure, but it must be in the $15-20 million range...
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Postby Jox on 17 Jan 2007, 13:21

Apparently THE INQUIRY will be aired on RAI Italian TV chanel in two parts of 100 minutes (I think they want to air it on Easter). The theatrical version should be around 120-130 minutes.

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