February 20

Here is the new trailer!

 

Empire Online  [the link to this review is no longer available] says this about the trailer for All Things To All Men:

Starring more than a few of your-favourite-guy-from-that-things – take a bow Toby Stephens, Rufus Sewell and Gabriel Byrne – and written and directed by the up-and-coming George Isaac (the producer of Kidulthood and Adulthood), it’s a damn fine-looking piece of work, and if the twisty-turny plot holds up we could well be onto a winner here.

Now that the trailer is out, can the poster be far behind? Stay tuned!

And in the meantime, check out the HD screenshots in the Gallery. These should whet your appetite for this film!

February 18

The release date for All Things To All Men has been pushed back to April 5, 2013.

HOWEVER: we have the trailer!

So enjoy these bits of the film, check out all the stars, and ponder the possibility that Mr. Byrne is wearing the same suit jacket he wore in The Usual Suspects. Not really, because this is an overcoat, but gosh! The memories…

And HD versions of screencaps from this trailer are now in the Gallery!

 

Gabriel Byrne as Joseph Corso in All Things To All Men, HD screencap from the trailer

January 30

Be sure to read the new posting by Ruth over at FlixChatter! She is excited about this film, too!

January 26

Sasha at Havoc Publicity has kindly shared the official press release and some gorgeous hi-res images for All Things To All Men, the debut thriller from George Isaac, which premieres in the UK on March 8, 2013. She will be providing the official trailer and the poster for the film next week, so stay tuned!

We have been waiting for this film for a long time and it is wonderful that it will be released in the UK now. This is a great cast with screenplay and direction from an intriguing film-maker, George Isaac, with Gabriel Byrne as “the renowned and feared London crime lord”–a cool bad guy to add to his repertoire of baddies. We hope for a wider release later, of course. And we thank Sasha for sharing this good stuff!

general information

The directorial debut to BAFTA nominated producer George Isaac (Kildulthood), ALL THINGS TO ALL MEN is a British crime thriller starring an ensemble cast that includes Gabriel Byrne (In Treatment, The Usual Suspects), Rufus Sewell (The Tourist, A Knight’s Tale, Zen), Toby Stephens (Die Another Day, Jane Eyre), Elsa Patakay (Fast & Furious), Ralph Brown (Withnail & I), James Frain (Tron) and Leo Gregory (Stoned). Opens in cinemas nationwide from 8th March 2013.

synopsis

When Riley (Toby Stephens), a professional thief, is hired to pull off the ultimate sting, he is unwittingly drawn into a deadly cat and mouse game between maverick police detective Parker (Rufus Sewell) and renowned London crime lord Joseph Corso (Gabriel Byrne). Parker is determined to bring down Corso and do whatever it takes to end his reign, but when the sting backfires and stakes get higher, Riley finds himself at the centre of a battle where the line between the law and crime are blurred beyond recognition.

official press release

BRITISH CRIME THRILLER FROM THE PRODUCER OF KIDULTHOOD AND STARRING GABRIEL BYRNE AND RUFUS SEWELL OPENS MARCH 2013

Friday, 4 January 2013, Cipher Films is delighted to announce the nation-wide release of ALL THINGS TO ALL MEN, opening in cinemas across the UK from 8th March 2013.

BAFTA-nominee George Isaac (Kidulthood) makes his directorial debut with this stylish British crime thriller, starring Golden Globe award-winner Gabriel Byrne (In Treatment, The Usual Suspects), Rufus Sewell (The Tourist, A Knight’s Tale, Zen) and Toby Stephens (Die Another Day, Jane Eyre).  From an original screenplay by Isaac, ALL THINGS TO ALL MEN is produced by Pierre Mascolo and George Isaac through Cipher Films.

When Riley (Toby Stephens), a professional thief, is hired to pull off the ultimate sting, he is unwittingly drawn into a deadly cat and mouse game between Parker (Rufus Sewell), the head of a maverick police unit, and the renowned and feared London crime lord Joseph Corso (Gabriel Byrne).  Parker is determined to bring down Corso and do whatever it takes to end his reign, but when the sting backfires and stakes get higher, Riley finds himself at the centre of a battle where the line between the law and crime are blurred beyond recognition.

ALL THING TO ALL MEN stars a strong support cast that includes Elsa Pataky (Fast & Furious 5, Snakes on a Plane), Leo Gregory (Wild Bill, Tristan & Isolde, Stoned), Ralph Brown (Withnail & I, Killing Bono),Pierre Mascolo (Kidulthood, Adulthood), MC Harvey (The Big I Am, Out For A Kill), Terence Maynard (Revolver, Chasing Liberty, Primeval), James Frain (Boiler Room, Count of Monte Cristo, Tron Legacy) David Schofield (Pirates of the Caribbean, Gladiator, Valkyrie) and Julian Sands (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Leaving Las Vegas).

Shot entirely in London, ALL THINGS TO ALL MENis a Cipher Films production of a George Isaac film, written by George Isaac, produced by Pierre Mascolo and George Isaac, line produced by Andy Chapman and fully financed by Cipher Films.   ALL THINGS TO ALL MEN is an independent release through Cipher Films.

For further information please contact Havoc Publicity

Sasha Gibson +44 7411 935314 sasha@havocpublicity.com

The hi-res images below are downloadable!

Gabriel Byrne as Joseph Corso in “All Things To All Men”

Toby Stephens as Riley in “All Things To All Men”

Rufus Sewell as Parker in “All Things To All Men”

And here is a first look at Empire Online, [the link to this article is no longer available] with the same pics, only smaller. wink

 

15 Comments

  1. Lucky people that live in UK.
    Maybe we have to create Byrneholic Airlines, that has special fast flights from the rest of Europe and USA to theaters in UK showing All things to all men.
    I am sure Gabriel will be perfect as a London crime Lord, he has lots of the dark, cool, mysterious soul in him. Rufus Sewell is also a fascinating actor. This is great news! Thanks Stella.

    • Hey Nora! That is a great idea:

      “Air Byrneholics–we get you where he is. FAST!”

      I too am really looking forward to this film. I love what you said: “dark, cool, mysterious soul.” Yes. I am sure he had a great time playing this role.

  2. Seems like you have to be either English or French to see and appreciate any of Mr Byrne’s work these days.

    Very disappointing.

    • I watched “Secret State” on DVD shortly after it aired on UK television. And other DVDs are being released.

      But yes–he has definitely left the US shores and is pursuing a more UK/European career at the moment.

      I expect he will move to Ireland officially at some point soon–no evidence for this, just a feeling.

  3. SGabriella

    Wow, great idea and cast.

    I would support a Byrneholic Airline. :) And if he moves back to Ireland I will move there too, or at least I’ll go there for a Guinness trip in every 3 months :D (of course thats just the official reason… the real would be to catch him)

  4. I love the idea of Air Byrneholics. I think it’s great that he is pursuing a UK/ European career at the moment.

  5. Oooooh!! How awesome is this! Thanks for the heads up. I’m going to be blogging about this tomorrow and link back to your post, Stella. Can’t freakin’ wait for this movie.

  6. still no trailer? :(

  7. I am travelling to London to see the play Old Times. I am lucky that I can see All things to all men at the same time. I do not think this film is coming to my country.

  8. I’ve just found out that ‘All Things to All Men’ has been pushed back to the 5th of April :(

    http://www.launchingfilms.com/release-schedule?filmSearch=all+things+to+all+men

  9. Thanks for sharing the trailer.
    Lot of action there, maybe too much action for me but as long as Gabriel is in the movie I want to see it!

  10. Air Byrneholics I like that. To see the films you would only have to fly into London because that is the only city that seems to get them. None of the cinemas by me seem to want to show them :( Thank goodness for Amazon and DVD’s.

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