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Exclusive First Trailer For Spanish Thriller Marshland
Today
Exclusive First Trailer For Spanish Thriller Marshland
The acclaimed serial killer mystery gets a poster too
Promising to do for Andalusia what Blue Ruin, Cold In July and the first season of True Detective did for the southern US, Goya-winner Marshland has a rural noir flavour that’s already impressed festivalgoers and critics. The Spanish thriller hits t...... Read more

Hawk The Slayer To Return In A Sequel
Today
Hawk The Slayer To Return In A Sequel
Terry Marcel prepping Hawk The Hunter
Clearly it's a week for unexpected and belated sequels. A day after the news that Robin Hardy is prepping the final part of his Wicker Man trilogy, comes the revelation that Hawk The Slayer is also set to return, 35 years after his first adventure. Or...... Read more

Exclusive First Look At Nicholas Hoult In Kill Your Friends
Today
Exclusive First Look At Nicholas Hoult In Kill Your Friends
How to get ahead in the record industry
One of our fastest rising young actors, Nicholas Hoult mainlined Mad Max: Fury Road with crazed energy as the shiny, chrome-faced Nux. He has X-Men: Apocalypse and Eran Creevy’s intriguing Autobahn on his dance card, but before either of those, Kill...... Read more

The Edinburgh International Film Festival 2015: In Review
Today
The Edinburgh International Film Festival 2015: In Review
Inside Out and 45 Years take a bow
The sun has set on this year's Edinburgh International Film Festival, meaning that it's time for a spot of reflection. In general, there was a lot to like about the 2015 programme, which featured plenty of interesting titles and a variety of well-...... Read more

Paul Thomas Anderson Tackling Pinocchio Script
Today
Paul Thomas Anderson Tackling Pinocchio Script
For Robert Downey Jr.'s planned film of the fairy tale
Here’s a filmmaking trio we’re not sure anyone could have predicted, even if they’d stapled Nostradamus’ skull to Paul the football result-predicting octopus’ memorial: Paul Thomas Anderson. Robert Downey Jr. Pinocchio. Yet t...... Read more

Gattaca's Andrew Niccol Writing Monopoly
Today
Gattaca's Andrew Niccol Writing Monopoly
As Lionsgate takes over the rights to the game adaptation
Can Andrew Niccol succeed where Ridley Scott has apparently thrown in the towel? Lionsgate and Hasbro appear to think so, as the studio and the toy company have handed scripting duty on the Monopoly adaptation to the Gattaca man.Scott had been trying for ...... Read more

Full Steve Jobs Trailer Takes The Stage
Today
Full Steve Jobs Trailer Takes The Stage
Michael Fassbender wants to show us something...
Back in May, the first teaser for Danny Boyle’s take on Apple man Steve Jobs was uploaded to the web. Now here comes trailer 2.0, a more rounded look at the movie and, if we’re honest, the most amazing, full-featured promo anyone has ever debu...... Read more

J.K. Simmons And Michael Keaton Won't Visit Kong: Skull Island
Today
J.K. Simmons And Michael Keaton Won't Visit Kong: Skull Island
A shooting schedule shift means they've jumped ship
Universal and Legendary Pictures will have to do without an Oscar winner and an Oscar nominee. Because, thanks to a change in the filming schedule, both J.K. Simmons and Michael Keaton have had to leave Kong: Skull Island. That means Tom Hiddleston i...... Read more

Fatal Attraction Miniseries In The Works
Today
Fatal Attraction Miniseries In The Works
Hop for your lives, bunnies!
In its continued effort to raid the archives for films it can rework for the small screen, Paramount TV has turned its eye towards one of the most influential psychosexual thrillers of the 1980s. Fatal Attraction is taking aim at our tellies.Adrian Lyne&r...... Read more

Timothy Spall In Talks To Play Ian Paisley
Yesterday
Timothy Spall In Talks To Play Ian Paisley
He could be the late Democratic Unionist Party leader
Having won major acclaim (and an acting award at Cannes) for his performance in Mr. Turner, Timothy Spall has his eye on another job playing a real person. He’s in talks to play the late Sir Ian Paisley in The Journey.Nick Hamm’s film chronicl...... Read more

New Transporter Refuelled Trailer Lands
Yesterday
New Transporter Refuelled Trailer Lands
'We're going to need more men...'
There may be a new Transporter in town but the game hasn’t changed too much since the Jason Statham era. At least, not judging by the new trailer for The Transporter Refuelled. Click on the YouTube link to blow it up… pretty much literally.Il...... Read more

Teaser Trailer For London Has Fallen
Yesterday
Teaser Trailer For London Has Fallen
Gerard Butler saves the Big Smoke
Gerard Butler is back in action as Mike Banning, Secret Service man with nerves of steel and the kidneys of an ageing thespian. Banning has tragedy in his past and skeletons in his closet – some metaphoric, some possibly real – but they’...... Read more

Robin Hardy Starts Crowdfunding For The Wrath Of The Gods
Yesterday
Robin Hardy Starts Crowdfunding For The Wrath Of The Gods
The Wicker Man Part 3 is underway
It's possible you missed that there had been a Wicker Man follow-up, given that Robin Hardy's 2011 The Wicker Tree failed to catch on in quite the way that his 1973 cult classic achieved. But that hasn't stopped the veteran director pressing o...... Read more

Exclusive New Poster For Tom Hardy's Legend
Yesterday
Exclusive New Poster For Tom Hardy's Legend
Getting a little Kray-zy
Why play one role when you can play two? In the next demonstration of Tom Hardy’s formidable acting prowess, the Londoner plays not one but two Kray brothers in Legend. The film's stylish new poster, making its world premiere here, eschews its s...... Read more

New Trailer For The Diary Of A Teenage Girl
Yesterday
New Trailer For The Diary Of A Teenage Girl
Bel Powley and Alexander Skarsgård's graphic movie
A comic-book movie with a difference, The Diary Of A Teenage Girl is based on a much-loved illustrated novel by Phoebe Gloeckner. It’s the kind of thing chin-stroking film critics (especially German one) might call a bildungsroman, a coming-of-age t...... Read more

Neve Campbell Joins House Of Cards
Yesterday
Neve Campbell Joins House Of Cards
Grand Old Party Of Five?
Since the Scream franchise bloodied its last blade, Neve Campbell has been seen most regularly on the smaller screen with turns in Grey's Anatomy, Mad Men and soon NBC’s Welcome To Sweden. As everyone knows, that’s no bad place to be as an...... Read more

Creed Trailer Packs A Punch
Yesterday
Creed Trailer Packs A Punch
Michael B. Jordan is trained on the Sly
Lots of big movies these days want to revisit a classic franchise, taking elements from the older films, twisting storylines, adding in fancy effects tricks and recasting to ensure actors in case a new series is ignited. But Creed – which stars...... Read more

Rooney Mara In Talks For David Fincher's New Utopia
Yesterday
Rooney Mara In Talks For David Fincher's New Utopia
She's up for the HBO version of the Channel 4 show
We already know that David Fincher has decided to dive headfirst into small screen work, and is gearing up to direct every episode of Utopia, adapted from Dennis Kelly’s Channel 4 original. He’s locking in a regular collaborator for one of the...... Read more

Julia Roberts And Jennifer Aniston Celebrate Mother's Day
Yesterday
Julia Roberts And Jennifer Aniston Celebrate Mother's Day
Garry Marshall prepares for another celebration
Now officially a sort of anthology franchise, Garry Marshall's ensemble holiday movies have just reached episode three. Mother's Day will be the follow-up to Valentine's Day and New Year's Eve, with Julia Roberts, Jennifer Aniston, Kate Hu...... Read more

Max Landis And Nick Antosca Ready To Scare With Channel Zero
Yesterday
Max Landis And Nick Antosca Ready To Scare With Channel Zero
A new anthology horror TV series
Chronicle writer Max Landis already has one big horror project on the way, with Victor Frankenstein, based on his script, landing later this year. He’s now teaming up with Hannibal TV writer Nick Antosca for Channel Zero, described as a new scary an...... Read more

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