Author Archives: Brendon Connelly
He also acknowledges how tricky it will be to live-up to the casting of JK Simmons.
Maybe there really is such a thing as Summer movie season still.
Lupin III always offers some caper fun, and with Kitamura onboard I bet there’s some silly action too.
This might end up being a smaller release or, with a bit of luck and a brave distributor, we might be talking about this one a lot more next spring.
It’s the first Disney-commissioned Star Wars story, and I dare say it will meet a lot of scrutiny for just that reason.
Did Patrick Stewart Just Spoil One X-Men Film And Reveal The Existence Of Another? At Least One Of Those, I Think
Patrick Stewart is an enigma wrapped in a riddle wrapped in a mystery. But maybe not on purpose.
Not quite as friendly as the late-70s Miyazaki version, is it? Looks intriguing though.
I doubt Sony registered the URLs for nothing.
As Hollywood and Chinese cinema snuggle up ever closer – honestly, I think they’ll be all but indistinguishable by 2025 – the expensive co-productions continue to pile up. According to Variety, China Film Group and Paramount have banded together to …
When do we get a trailer for the next Hobbit film, whatever it’s going to be called?
Tom Hardy fans should absolutely love Locke. I certainly do.
Adapted from the comic Never Goodnight and deeply charming.
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.
That’s a hell of a hook.
I think it’s got a good chance of being appointment-to-view stuff.
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.
The fact that there’s no web and this is basically a harpoon is something of a step down.
Godzilla is going to be good, I’m sure. The only question is how good.