Outlaws Become Hero’s New Featurettes & Infographics For Lawless

Nothing better than some good old moonshine to get the week started and Momentum Pictures have unveiled some Lawless goodies to help you fight that Monday blues. First up we have 4 new infographics which show off the leading gangsters, the weapons of choice for those involved in the moonshine industry and if your feeling DIY there’s even a infographic giving you the basics on how to moonshine accompied by a half naked image of Shia LaBeouf trying to be ‘gangsta’. There is one for the bad girls of prohibition which has 2 of the films dames of the era up against rea life ‘dames’ seeing how they compare, this is the same set up for the boys too.

Along with the graphics we have 2 featurettes having a look behind the scenes at the film, how it was made, the inspiration behind the characters, the second featurette has the author and grandson of one of the Bondurrant brothers Matt talking about the film too.

Lawless is based on the Novel The Wettest County In The World based on a true story Prohibition-era tale about the Bondurant brothers (played by Tom Hardy, Shia LaBeouf and Jason Clarke) ,a bootlegging gang in USA’s South creating a dynasty that even the local police want in on the game. It’s all about power, wealth, greed, abuse of power

Lawless will be moonshining at cinema near in UK&Ireland September 7th (USA August 31st) which also stars , Gary Oldman , Jessica Chastain, Guy Pearce, Mia Wasikowska , Noah Taylor, Dene Dehaan!




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