About Liberty Films

Liberty Films was founded in 2005 by Stuart Fenegan and Duncan Jones. Their most recent film, Warcraft (June 2016), with Legendary Entertainment, Atlas Entertainment and Universal Pictures set a record in China for the biggest debut of a foreign release by earning $156 million over its first five days in the country and has gone on to earn more than $430 million worldwide.

Past projects include Jones’ feature directorial debut, Moon for which Jones won a BAFTA Award for Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer. The film starred Sam Rockwell and Kevin Spacey.

In 2011 Jones and Fenegan teamed up for the critically acclaimed Source Code starring Jake Gyllenhaal, released by Summit Entertainment.

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Your First View Of Future Berlin With Duncan Jones’ MUTE

For those eager to see how things are shaping up with MUTE, Netflix released these tasty new promotional photos earlier via the official MUTE Twitter channel giving us all our first view on what Duncan Jones' vision of future Berlin will look late later this year....
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MUTE – A Netflix Original Film From Filmmaker Duncan Jones

As you may recall from our previous post MUTE began principal photography in Berlin on the 28th September, at the time only Paul Rudd and Alexander Skarsgård's casting had been announced but today we are very happy to share the official press release detailing new...
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MUTE Begins Principal Photography in Berlin

Duncan Jones and the gang began principal photography on his next film MUTE in Berlin this morning, a beginning inspired by Japanese comedian, television personality, actor, Director and author Takeshi Kitano. "I think I read an interview with Takeshi Kitano where he...
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Duncan Jones Is Heading Off To Berlin To Begin Work on MUTE

  We may have been waiting a while for Duncan Jones to make MUTE since we first heard about it after MOON came out in 2009, but Duncan has been waiting to make MUTE for 13 years. MUTE was originally planned as Duncan's first feature but the size of budget...
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WARCRAFT: Duncan Jones On The Star Wars Show

With only weeks to go until the release of WARCRAFT promotion is really cranking up with the last couple of days seeing the gang get stuck into press days in Los Angeles. Duncan popped into The Star Wars Show today to talk WARCRAFT, his long history of video gaming,...
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New WARCRAFT TV Spot And Poster

We’re a few months away from the June 10th (May 30th UK) release of WARCRAFT and promotion is beginning to kick off with the release of a new poster and TV spot. The poster expands on the previous Durotan (Toby Kebbell) and Lothar (Travis Fimmel) faction split (Horde...
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Presented to the crowd by Duncan Jones live at BlizzCon 2015 just now along with cast members Toby Kebbell (Durotan), Ben Foster (Medivh), Dominic Cooper (King Llane Wrynn), Clancy Brown (Blackhand), Daniel Wu (Gul’dan) and Paula Patton (Garona). Here it is kids, the...
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Paul Rudd & Alexander Skarsgard To Star In Duncan Jones’ Sci-Fi Thriller “MUTE”

LOS ANGELES (November 3, 2015) – Paul Rudd (ANT-MAN) will be joined by Alexander Skarsgard (TARZAN,TRUE BLOOD) in the title role, for the sci-fi thriller MUTE, which will be directed by BAFTA-winning director Duncan Jones (WARCRAFT, SOURCE CODE, MOON). MUTE is based...
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WARCRAFT: Duncan Jones Talks To Wired

Things have been very quiet on the WARCRAFT front as the gang work hard in post production to get the film ready for the June 11th 2016 release date. Filming wrapped on the 23rd of May last year (over a year ago!). One of the big reasons for the time required in post...
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WARCRAFT Release Moves To Summer 2016

Duncan Jones’ much anticipated big screen adaptation of Blizzard Entertainment’s massively popular MMO World of Warcraft has had it’s release date moved from March 11th 2016 to June 10th 2016. News of the move was confirmed by Duncan yesterday on his Twitter account....
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