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Douglas Booth was born in London, England. He first came to public attention with his role as Boy George in the film, Worried About the Boy. He also starred in the Great Expectations and Christopher and His Kind. In 2013, Booth starred in a film adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. In 2014, he appeared in Noah, and will star in Jupiter Ascending and The Riot Club.
It was recently announced that Douglas’ film “The Riot Club” will have its world premiere at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival!
The Toronto International Film Festival announced this morning the first forty or so films set to have their world premieres or special screenings at this year’s festival. Among the highlights include the world premiere of Chris Evans’ directorial debut “Before We Go” (formerly “1:30 Train”), dueling Anna Kendrick films in dark drama “Cake” and musical adaptation “The Last Five Years,” ensemble comedy “This is Where I Leave You” starring Corey Stoll, Adam Driver and more, Jason Reitman’s “Men, Women and Children” with Ansel Elgort, Kaitin Dever and others, and “99 Homes,” Ramin Bahrani’s financial world set drama which also serves as the first film outside of “The Amazing Spider-Man” franchise for Andrew Garfield since “The Social Network.”
The 39th Toronto International Film Festival runs from September 4 to 14, 2014.
The Riot Club Lone Scherfig, United Kingdom World Premiere
A privileged young man is inducted into the exclusive, debaucherous company of Oxford’s elite “Riot Club,” in this scathing dissection of the British class system. Based on the hit play Posh, the film stars Natalie Dormer, Max Irons, Sam Clafin, Jessica Brown Findlay and Douglas Booth.
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Sitting down to chat with Douglas Booth is a bit like staring into the sun. The 21-year-old British actor has the kind of impossibly good looks that would be distracting, if not downright off-putting, if he weren’t also so talented. Having first shimmied into the spotlight by playing Boy George in the 2010 TV biopic Worried About the Boy, Booth moved from BBC productions to the Hollywood big time, starring in the doomed titular role of Carlo Carlei’s 2013 Romeo & Juliet before jumping on board Darren Aronofsky’s Noah as husband to Emma Watson’s character. This year he can be seen as a loutish rich kid in Lone Scherfig’s Oxford-set drama The Riot Club. In February of 2015, Booth will be flying around in the Wachowskis’ hotly anticipated sci-fi mind-bender Jupiter Ascending, a film that finally provides the actor with his very own space ship. Cue liftoff.
T. COLE RACHEL: Do you live in London when you’re not working?
DOUGLAS BOOTH: I grew up in London, and that’s where I spend most of my time. Unless I have a really good reason not to be, I’ll always be in London.
RACHEL: What do you do with your downtime?
BOOTH: I like to travel, but honestly I really like to just be at home in London and spend time with my friends. I also love movies. That’s still my favorite form of escape, and I usually end up going alone. I love to go and sit in the theater by myself, no distractions. I recently went to see The Great Beauty  by myself. I’ve never had such a profound movie experience before.
RACHEL: Everyone is very excited about Jupiter Ascending. Have you actually seen the movie yet?
BOOTH: No! No one has seen it yet. Well, I’m sure some people have seen it. They do friends-and-family screenings for their films, but generally they are really secretive. I’ve actually been afraid to say too much about it out of fear that Warner Bros. might sue me. Read more
Release: September 19, 2014
Two first-year students at Oxford University join the infamous Riot Club, where reputations can be made or destroyed over the course of a single evening.
Jupiter Ascending (2014)
Release: July 18, 2014
A young destitute human woman gets targeted for assassination by the Queen of the Universe, and begins her destiny to end the Queen's reign.
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