Nov 04 2009

November 04, 2009Author: adminComments Off on Photoshoot

Another photoshoot of Anton has been added to the gallery.

Oct 24 2009

October 24, 2009Author: adminComments Off on Vote!

Help Anton Yelchin and Terminator become official nominees for PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARDS 2010. Fans now have the power to determine the nominees for the annual awards show. Visit these links to vote now and ensure Anton Yelchin and Terminator make the cut to be nominees! The top five nominees in each category will be revealed at the People’s Choice Awards annual press conference on November 10, 2009. Only those announced on November 10th have the chance to win a People’s Choice Award on January 6th, 2010.

Oct 21 2009

October 21, 2009Author: adminComments Off on “The Beaver” Set

I have added some pictures of Anton on the set of “The Beaver”

Sep 24 2009

September 24, 2009Author: adminComments Off on New York, I Love You

Exclusive photos from “New York, I Love You” have been released on the Facebook Fan Page . Exclusive clips from the movie can be seen there too,  along with the MySpace Page.

Also, you have a chance to enter the “Share Your Stories” Contest at both facebook and myspace, where you can  win the ‘Ultimate Companion Prize Pack’! Be sure to check it out. Thecontest runs through the ‘New York, I Love You’ movie launch on October 16th.

Sep 17 2009

September 17, 2009Author: adminComments Off on Photoshoot

Thanks to Deko, I have added another photoshoot!

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Sep 13 2009

Anton Yelchin appeared in two of this summer’s most anticipated films Star Trek and Terminator Salvation. After co-starring in such massive franchise hits, what’s a young actor to do? According to Empire, Yelchin has signed on for a role in Oscar winner Jodie Foster’s upcoming feature, The Beaver. The project will have Foster pulling double duty as both a director and a co-star.

The Beaver is a black comedy that centers on a man on the brink of a nervous breakdown, who only relates to other people via a beaver hand puppet. Mel Gibson will play the mentally disturbed character in question, Jodie Foster will star as his wife, and Yelchin will portray their frustrated son. For the majority of the film, Yelchin will urge his mother to file for divorce from his father.

Beaver will reunite Foster and Gibson who previously worked together in the mid-nineties on the western Maverick. It would be easy to call this film’s premise dumb or outlandish, but as a fan of Lars and the Real Girl I don’t have room for judgment. Let’s stay tuned and see where this film and it’s expanding cast will take us.

Sep 10 2009

September 10, 2009Author: adminComments Off on Scans

I have added scans of Anton in the May 2009 issue of Scifi News. Thanks so much to Luciana for these!

Sci-Fi News – May 2009

Aug 27 2009

Anton Yelchin walks into Paris’s Hotel Plaza Athenee wearing a larger-than-life hat, which almost dwarfs the diminutive actor who features in of two of this summer’s biggest blockbusters. Think Star Trek and Terminator Salvation and the upcoming New York, I Love You.

Purchased in Palm Springs, the hat turns out to be a Stetson, a brand as well known among hat aficionados as these franchises are to film fanatics. But the style is distinctly Yelchin’s own.

“It is actually a cowboy hat,” he explains, “but I flipped it down because I didn’t want to look like,” he pauses, “W”.

He is funny. And Yelchin clearly isn’t afraid to express his opinions, either in jest, when it comes to George W Bush, or in earnest when it comes to the roles he plays. He is also deadly serious about his work (being the son of two Russian athletes clearly paid off), which may be why Brett Ratner (X-Men: The Last Stand) chose him to star in his short film on romance, New York, I Love You, an anthology of films by 11 directors including Jian Wen and Shekhar Kapur, which will be released in October.

At all of 20 years old, Yelchin hadn’t even been born when the Star Trek and Terminator franchises were launched, in 1966 and 1984 respectively, but that didn’t stop him going back to explore hundreds of hours of past materials and lobbying his directors with the resulting suggestions.

“I did a breakdown of [his Terminator character] Kyle Reese and pitched it to the director, McG, and said: ‘Here is who I think this guy is. This needs to be in the script’, ” he explains. “I filled his voicemail with messages and I would get text messages back saying, ‘I agree with you’. It is a nice environment to work in where you feel you have a voice and it really frees you up to experiment.”

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