Author Archives: Brendon Connelly

When Bleeding Cool Caught Up With Steven Knight To Discuss His Extraordinary New Film, Locke

Tom Hardy fans should absolutely love Locke. I certainly do.

When Bleeding Cool Met Lukas Moodysson To Discuss We Are The Best

Adapted from the comic Never Goodnight and deeply charming.

First Trailer For Jersey Boys, Clint Eastwood’s Film Of The Stage Smash

Eastwood is generally taken very seriously as a director so don’t be surprised to see this picture in the running for Oscars next spring.

Watch The First Three Minutes Of Joss Whedon And Brin Hill’s In Your Eyes

That’s a hell of a hook.

John Malkovich Is Blackbeard And More In First Images From NBC’s Crossbones

I think it’s got a good chance of being appointment-to-view stuff.

New Maleficent Featurette, Special Preview Starts In Disney Parks Tomorrow

It’s been tied-in to an announcement that, from tomorrow, an “extended sneak peek” at the film will play in both East and West Coast Disney parks in the US.

Spider-Man’s Web Shooters In Real Life. Almost

The fact that there’s no web and this is basically a harpoon is something of a step down.

Godzilla’s Director Portioning Out Insight, Video By Video

Godzilla is going to be good, I’m sure. The only question is how good.

Jackie Chan Making Historical Action Film With Mel Gibson (But Won’t Name Him)

It’s a pretty badly kept secret but Mel Gibson has been offered (and may have even signed up for) one of the two lead roles in Dragon Blade, an upcoming Chinese action film. The story is set during the high …

The US Trailer For The Immigrant With Joaquin Phoenix And Marion Cotillard

I’m generally quite sceptical about his pictures, but I’ve heard so much good stuff about this one I’m actually rather anxious to see it.

Trailer For Series 2 Of The BBC’s Zombie Drama, In The Flesh

It’s original, it’s witty and – especially for a show comprised of dead flesh – it’s very fresh.

Full Trailer For The Rover, David Michôd’s Apocalyptic Thriller With Guy Pearce And Robert Pattinson

The Rover will be only his second picture, but it could cement Michôd as a real talent to keep a very close focus on.

Line Up For Cannes Film Festival Announced – Dragons, The Rover, A Monster And More

Everybody in the world is offering a list of what will be screening at this year’s Cannes film festival, and I don’t see the need to repeat it when I can just link you to the source. But we will …

Benderspink Shopping Superb Comic Series The Adventures Of Luther Arkwright Around Studios

We’ve certainly got our fingers crossed. It could be brilliant – and it’d certainly do the original book’s profile no end of good.

So-Called Storyboard Images From Sin City: A Dame To Kill For

According to my eyes, they’re more likely to be comic book panels.

The Third Hobbit Film May Get A Title Change, Become The Hobbit: Into The Fire

Warner Bros. have recently registered that name and while it’s not clear why, it’s doubtful that they’d be doing it ‘just because’ at this stage of the game.

A Guillermo Del Toro Double – Crimson Peak Pics, The Strain Trailer

As handsome as you’d expect.

First Trailer For Eli Roth’s Cannibal Picture, The Green Inferno

Does it tell us anything about the film’s plot? No. But it sells us scares and a creepy tone, and that’s a very good thing for a film on this mission.