You can currently pre-order the DVD, as well as the digital copy on Amazon!
Olivia Cooke headlines Pixie, that you can’t see in cinemas anymore for obvious reasons, but you can preorder the DVD.
It didn’t get much of a run in cinemas before they closed again earlier this month, but the British crime comedy thriller Pixie still picked up some support before they did. Headlined by the brilliant Olivia Cooke, the film was backed by Paramount Pictures, and also enlisted Ben Hardy, Daryl McCormack, Colm Meaney and Alec Baldwin for its impressive ensemble.
Directed by Barnaby Thompson and written by Preston Thompson, a release date for the film on disc has now popped up. There’s a bit of a wait for it, with Paramount set to unleash the film on DVD on March 1st 2021.
At this stage, it doesn’t look like there’s a plan for a Blu-ray release though, and nor do we have any details of extra features. All the information available, and the opportunity to preorder the movie, can be found here.
Before the pandemic hit, Ben explored the British countryside with Aldo Kane, Karla-Simone Spence, and Arnold Oceng for Canada Goose to #LiveInTheOpen and I’ve added some official photos, as well as screen captures from Instagram into the gallery. I’ve also attached the full video below!
• Photoshoots > Advertisement Campaigns > #LiveInTheOpen with Aldo Kane and Canada Goose
• Screen Captures > Unsorted > Canada Goose | A Journey to Live in the Open
• Screen Captures > Unsorted > Canada Goose | A Journey to Live in the Open – Ben Hardy
Psst: it’s in cinemas now
Everybody loves a bit of light relief, especially in a year when the world feels a little bleak.
Enter stage right new film Pixie, an all-singing, all-dancing comedy heist with a star-studded cast. From St Trinian’s director Barnaby Thompson, watch as Olivia Cooke, Ben Hardy, and Daryl McCormack cross paths with deadly gangster priests, including Alec Baldwin.
Set in the West Irish countryside, it’s a lighthearted, tongue-in-cheek, joy of a ride—literally, as the main characters road trip through stunning scenery. It’s Ireland at its best.
Psssst: it’s in cinemas right now, so book tickets for your nearest viewing, quick. Not yet convinced? Keep reading for five more reasons to get to a screening ASAP.
1. It’s seriously hilarious
We mean, drug-smuggling, a road trip to remember, and Alec Baldwin as a priest, all set against a moody Irish backdrop? Yeah, we’re in. Get ready for a right laugh as you buckle up with Pixie and co. for the epic road trip of a lifetime.
2. Olivia Cook is an inspirational female lead
Finally, a female lead for a film about masterminding a heist. It’s about time.
Watch Pixie if, for nothing else, you’re keen to see a woman well-represented: as strong, smart, intelligent and capable. You’ll be totally transfixed as Pixie (Cooke) pits her wits against everyone, taking on the patriarchy to claim the right to shape her own life. It’s all in an attempt to avenge her mother’s death but, spoiler alert, of course, doesn’t go quite to plan. The fun normally begins when things go a little awry…
3. They’re being chased by… priests. Gangster priests…
Yes, you read that right. The plot thickens as Pixie finds herself on the run with two young locals, played by Hardy and McCormack. Predictably, they’re totally out of their depth, which only dials up to the comedy value.
Wondering who’s chasing them? Another (hilarious) spoiler alert: it’s the local priests. Yep, deadly, drug-smuggling gangster priests. We mean, who wouldn’t enjoy Alec Baldwin dressed up as a Priest and using a nun as a shield…?
4. You’ll be transported to the stunning Irish countryside
If you’re not sold by a seriously badass, patriarchy-smashing female lead and Alec Baldwin as a priest, then let us tell you that the landscape shots in Pixie are as stunning as award-winning Nebraska. Think a cold, calm, peaceful depiction of West Ireland totally juxtaposing the comedic chaos of the plotline and you’re on the right lines. It’s truly beautiful.
5. It’s got a strong soundtrack
All great movies have a kicker soundtrack, to boot. Pixie is no exception, and we reckon you’ll be dancing from your seat. Expect tunes from The Cramps, Fireflies, Hidden Charms, Horace Silver, Fabienne DelSol, Odetta, Bold and Marlena. You heard it here first.