Charlie Hunnam and Oscar Isaac walk along a bridge while on the set of their upcoming movie Triple Frontier on Thursday (April 26) in Wailua, Hawaii.

The guys were joined that day by co-stars Ben Affleck and Garrett Hedlund to film a scene in which the drive across a bridge and past a security check point. They had to wait out the rain for much of the day as the area has been experiencing an unusual amount of rainy weather these days.

Make sure to see the hot new photos of Charlie going shirtless at the beach in Hawaii!

Charlie Hunnam is still in Hawaii to film his upcoming movie Triple Frontier and we’ve been treated to more shirtless photos!

The 37-year-old actor was spotted rubbing in sunscreen onto his arms and shoulders while enjoying some fun in the sun on Sunday (March 25) in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Charlie was joined by his Triple Frontier co-stars Garrett HedlundPedro Pascal, and Oscar Isaac, who all went shirtless as well! They are starring alongside Ben Affleck as five friends who join forces to take down a drug lord.

Despite high hopes on Disney’s part, 2010’s Tron: Legacy didn’t exactly breathe new life into the adventures on the Grid. Though has been speculation, a follow-up remains more vaporware than real. Now, though, thanks to a Lego fan, [the company’s Ideas series will bring out a Light Cycle play set.

Yes, it seems like a long time between the film’s release and this arriving, but the fan-suggested set had to wait for the usual approval process before getting to the actual reality point. And while we will see figures based on Sam Flynn (Garett Hedlund), Quorra (Olivia Wilde) and Rinzler (Anis Cheurfa), Jeff Bridges‘ beardy Kevin Flynn has not made it to the set.

Still, we do get a couple of cycles, and accessories such as identity discs, and if the set sells, maybe that will encourage Lego to make more. It’ll be on sale on 31 March, priced £30.

Charlie Hunnam puts his six pack abs on display while going shirtless for a stroll along the beach on Thursday (March 15) in Honolulu, Hawaii.

The 37-year-old actor was joined by his longtime friend Garrett Hedlund and they were seen wrestling on the sand and in the water.

Charlie and Garrett are in town to start work on their upcoming movie Triple Frontier and their co-stars Oscar Isaacand Ben Affleck joined them at the beach.

Triple Frontier, which will eventually get a new title, is a new movie for Netflix and J.C. Chandor is set to direct. The film follows five friends who “reunite to take down a South American drug lord, unleashing a chain of unintended consequences,” according to Deadline.

Garrett Hedlund is all smiles as he poses with co-stars Rob Morgan and Jason Clarke at the 2018 Academy Awards held at the Dolby Theatre on Sunday (March 4) in Hollywood.

The 33-year-old actor looked dapper in a blue suit as he and his co-stars brought their movie Mudbound to the awards show.

Mudbound is nominated for four awards tonight including Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Cinematography.

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Jen Lowery/SilverHub/REX/Shutterstock (9448627nd) Mary J Blige, Dee Rees, Jason Clark, Rob Morgan and Garrett Hedlund 90th Annual Academy Awards, Arrivals, Los Angeles, USA – 04 Mar 2018

Garrett Hedlund looked sharp-as-can-be at Sunday’s Independent Spirit Awards in Santa Monica, California

The Tron: Legacy star traded basic black-and-white for a pine green jacket worn open over a patterned plum shirt on the event’s blue carpet.

Inside the Roseau, Minnesota native, 33, teamed up with his Mudbound co-stars Rob Morgan and Jason Clarke and Writer/Director Dee Rees, who were later honored with the Robert Altman Award For Best Ensemble.

Garrett, who dated Kirsten Dunst for four-years until their break-up in 2016, tucked his patterned top into black slacks with classic Oxfords on foot.

A peek of his ankle revealed purple socks colored coordinated to his bold shirt.

The handsome actor brushed his dark blonde coif back while keeping a scruffy-but-groomed beard on his face.

Inside he teamed up with his Mudbound castmates Rob Morgan, Jason Clarke and Writer/Director Dee Rees, who brought wife Sarah Broom.

The Mudbound team won the Robert Altman Award for Best Ensemble, which is awarded to a film’s director, casting director, and ensemble cast.

The film also stars singer/actress Mary J Blige, who was not at the event.

Director/writer Dee took the stage and gave a shout out to all of her fellow indie creators: ‘I know that as independent filmmakers, as the so-called rebels, as the outsiders creating without respect to means or access — I know that we of all makers are far, far beyond any tokenism.’ 

‘Mudbound is cinema, and we are grateful for this recognition.’

Mudbound is nominated for four Academy Awards during Sunday’s 90th annual Oscars.

Starlet Mary J Blige made Hollywood history when she was the first person to be nominated in both the acting and song category for the same film.

She shared her surprise with Deadline at the time of the nominations, saying: ‘I didn’t anticipate nay of this.

‘I just knew I was part of a very powerful, important film, and I was happy to be a part of it.’

Garrett Hedlund and Jason Clarke pose for a photo with director Dee Rees at the 2018 Film Independent Spirit Awards on Saturday afternoon (March 3) in Santa Monica, Calif.

The actors were joined at the event by co-star Rob Morgan and Dee‘s wife Sarah M. Broom.

The stars were presented with the Robert Altman Award for Best Ensemble, which is awarded to a film’s director, casting director, and ensemble cast.

Janelle Monae made an appearance on stage to present the award to the team!

FYI: Garrett is wearing a coat, shirt, and trousers from the Strong Suit by Ilaria Urbinati Collection with Christian Louboutin shoes. Janelle is wearing a full look by Martha Medeiros with Coomi earrings and Sylva & Cie rings.

FILM/TV | The film took home the Audience Award for best U.S. Drama at the Sundance Film Festival. 

“This film is not reactionary to what’s happening in America right now, it’s a timeless study on love overcoming hate.”

The 2018 Sundance Film Festival may have wrapped up, but the impact of the films that screened there are just getting underway. Among these soon to be beautiful classics was Burden, a drama based on the true story of a Klu Klux Klan member who has a change of heart and beliefs after a woman has the power to change his mind. With Garrett Hedlund and Forest Whitaker in the cast, it’s not surprise that the film won the hearts (and an award) from the audience at the festival.

The film’s cinematographer, Jeremy Rouse, spoke with Popdust about his career in the industry, why he was inspired to take on this film, and why the message continues to be so relevant in today’s sociopolitical climate.

How did you get interested in cinematography?

I had two major interests growing up, watching movies and playing sports. I decided to go to film school. It was there I learnt the basics film craft and film language whilst simultaneously immersing myself in a dark room developing film negative and printing photos. Merging a love for cinema and a love for photography sparked my interest in cinematography.

Have you ever been to Sundance before, and what about the festival do you think makes it unique?

This was my first time at Sundance. It was my first time at any festival with a feature project actually. I got the feeling Sundance is a very special mix of film makers and film lovers together with agents and distributers.

You’re representing Burden at the festival. How did you get involved with this project?

I got sent the script and the original ABC news clip with the real Mike Burden and Reverend Kennedy in it. I fell in love with their story and their individual journeys. After reading Andrew [Heckler’s]incredible script I put together a visual diary of images that resonated with me and sent that to Andrew. The images served as a starting point to discovering the world from a visual stand point. From there we could have conversations, not only about the film and its themes but how we would create a visual style. After the call I hounded my agents to keep checking in with Andrew, I’m sure my enthusiasm was one of the reasons Andrew and Robbie Brenner (the producer) offered me the job.

The story discusses a member of the KKK falling in love. Why do you think it’s important to share this story now?

This story is as relevant now as it was twenty years ago when Andrew wrote the first draft. That the film screened at Sundance 2018 with the current racial climate in America the way it is, is coincidental, and somewhat disturbing. This film is not reactionary to what’s happening in America right now, it’s a timeless study on love overcoming hate. The message could be applied to any country where similar circumstances exist. Humanity seems to have de-railed a little all over the world right now. It’s important to share this message, one of hope, more so now than ever before.

Most of your prior work in cinematography involved short films. How was this different for you?

Actually most of my prior work has been in advertising and over the years I have shot lots of short films as well. The feature experience of course is different to shorter format projects. You have more of a opportunity to build complex story arcs. The process though still revolves around finding a visual film language that best suits the story. We discuss where to place the audience, what they should see when and what tone should be applied to that scene. With Burden we pushed hard to make the audience feel they were actually thrust into the ugly world that Burden exists in. Candid, documentative, no romanticism, gritty and raw.

Director Andrew Heckler, Actor Garrett Hedlund, Actor Forest Whitaker and Actor Usher Raymond attend the World Premiere of Burden by Andrew Heckler, an official selection of the U.S. Dramatic Competition at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival.

What was it like working with Forest Whitaker and Garrett Hedlund?

All the actors in this film were unbelievably committed and passionate. It was incredible to watch the transformation of each cast member as they inhabited their character. Andrea RiseboroughTom Wilkinson and of course Forest and Garrett. Actors have their process so I just want to create an environment on set and around the camera that does not inhibit that process. The more inconspicuous the camera can be I think the better for the actors. Of course it is film making, there is a craft and professionals understand that at.

What are your next upcoming projects?

I’m shooting commercials at the moment and I am reading lots of scripts. There are a few exciting projects around this year so lets see which one happens.

Triple Frontier is released on Netflix!March 13, 2019
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