Stephen Moyer stars in the science fiction thriller from 2011, Priest.” Read more about it by clicking on the tabs below:

 

INFOPHOTOSVIDEOBUY THE FILM
Release dates: May 13, 2011
Official site: sonypictures.com/movies/priest
Director: Scott Stewart
Writer: Cory Goodman Screenplay, Min-Woo Hyung Graphic novel
Genre: Action/Horror/Thriller
Film Locations:
  • El Mirage Dry Lake, San Bernardino County, California, USALong Beach, California, USALos Angeles, California, USALucerne Valley, California, USA
  • Melody Ranch – 24715 Oak Creek Avenue, Newhall, California, USA
  • Soggy Dry Lake, Lucerne Valley, California, USA
  • Sony Pictures Studios – 10202 W. Washington Blvd., Culver City, California, USA
  • Trona Pinnacles – 300 S. Richmond Road, Ridgecrest, California, USA
  • Warner Bros. Studios, Warner Brothers Burbank Studios – 4000 Warner Boulevard, Burbank, California, USA
Plot Summary: Adapted by Cory Goodman from a TokyoPop comic book, Priest is set in a world ravaged by centuries of war between man and vampires and follows a warrior priest (Paul Bettany) who turns against the church to track down a murderous band of vampires who have kidnapped his niece. Cam Gigandet plays a young wasteland sheriff who is part vampire. He partners with Bettany to save the girl he loves, the niece. Stephen is to play the part of Aaron, the mortal brother of the protagonist and therefore will not be a vampire in this film as he is in True Blood.
Cast:
  • Paul Bettany … Priest
  • Cam Gigandet … Hicks
  • Maggie Q … Priestess
  • Karl Urban … Black Hat
  • Lily Collins … Lucy
  • Stephen Moyer … Owen Pace
  • Mädchen Amick … Shannon
  • Christopher Plummer … Monsignor Orelas
  • Brad Dourif … Salesman
  • Alan Dale … Monsignor Chamberlain
  • Henry Kingi Jr. … Bold Priest
  • John Griffin … Crypt Familiar
  • Casey Pieretti … Familiar #3
  • David Backus … Train Familiar
  • Cameron Cash … Gun Clerk
  • Josh Wingate … Familiar #1
  • Franklin Ruehl … Jerusalem citizen
  • Cole Coleman … Jerusalem Citizen/Factory Worker
  • David Bianchi … Wild Familiar
  • Jacob Hopkins … Boy
  • Michael D. Nye … Station Master
Producer:
  • Josh Bratman … executive producer
  • Glenn S. Gainor … executive producer
  • Steve Galloway … executive producer
  • Stuart J. Levy … executive producer
Original Music: n.a.
Cinematography: Don Burgess
Editor: Lisa Zeno Churgin
Casting: Rick Montgomery
Production Design: Richard Bridgland
Art Direction:

Andrew Max CahnA. Todd HollandChrista Munro
Set Decoration: Robert Greenfield
Visual Effects
  • Christopher Batty … previs artistRaoul Bolognini … visual effects producerJoey Bonander … visual effects coordinatorJenny Fulle … visual effects producer
  • Michael Grawert … pre-visualization artist
  • Ivan Landau … previz editor
  • Rocco Passionino … visual effects supervisor
  • Kyle Robinson … pre-vis supervisor
  • Jonathan Rothbart … visual effects supervisor
  • Diana Velasquez … previsualization artist
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Stills from a scene of Stephen with the Paul Bettany:

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Stephen participated in the Priest panel at the San Diego Comicon 2010– July 23, 2010: Stephen Moyer, Karl Urban, Director Scott Stewart, Cam Gigandet, Maggie Q and Paul Bettany

Here are two screencaps from the film’s trailer:

Click here to see more in the Priest Photo Gallery.

Interview with Stephen Moyer about the film.

Maggie Q introduces the animated prologue to Stephen Moyer’s upcoming film of “Priest” that was first seen at Wondercon 2011. This section was directed by Genndy Tartakovsky, creator of Samurai Jack and Symb-Bionic Titan sets up the story for the film:

Trailer released January, 2011:

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2 Comments

  1. Stephen was fantastic as the Priests brother Owen, but his part was too short. This was a supporting character role to set up the lead, the Priest his brother and Stephen looked great doing it; he’s blondish, thin and tan and did his part playing the brother left behind and ……(watch the movie I don’t want to give it all away).
    Priest as a movie I enjoyed because I love this genre, vampire and post apocalyptic, mesh the two and I’m in heaven.

  2. Yeah, Stephen keeps dying on me very early, but at least here he had some lines first … not like in Ultraviolet where he’s, like, the third Vampire from the left. Films those True Blood Vamps made me see: Ultraviolet, Melancholia (THX Alex) and now The Priest (just came out here in Austria). Well, well … nothing like following our fav Fangers, is there ;->

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