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Tom Hardy fans should absolutely love Locke. I certainly do.
Using the comic book as a hard and fast guide of what he’ll be up to – or, perhaps more specifically, able to do – might not be the best idea.
Harris is in the new Hammer Horror film, The Quiet Ones. He plays an Oxford don driving his students to carry out experiments into the supernatural.
The star of The Quiet Ones on this film and his other upcoming projects.
This guy knows Kermit the Frog so I definitely wanted to be in with him.
In Which I Meet Constantine, The World’s Most Dangerous Frog, And Ty Burrell, Considerably Less Deadly Or Amphibian
Why did I collapse on the set of Muppets Most Wanted and end up in the hospital? Mystery solved.
After everybody else at the junket so painstakingly protected “The Big Muppet Secret,” Most Wanted director James Bobin just went ahead and openly acknowledged it. As he said, he’s one of the few people that can talk about it. Here’s …
Not everything in Muppets Most Wanted is as it might first appear.
When Kristen Bell Called Up Bleeding Cool To Chat About Veronica Mars – The Character, The Movie, The Novels
Veronica Mars, in person. Sort of. Close as can be.
Discussing the increase in scope, the new colour palette and Kristen Bell’s curves. Not as awkward as it sounds.
The Rocket has proven itself to be quite an audience pleaser at festivals and on release across the US. It’s also currently holding a 100% score on Rotten Tomatoes which… well, it means something good, right?
Ted Kotcheff’s remarkable movie Wake In Fright is a brutal prowl across a battered wasteland. Or you might even say two wastelands: the Australian outback and a man’s broken soul.
The new comedy (with action) from the director of the Fantastic Four films and Barbershop. Bonus: a bunch of new details on the sequel.
How To Make Movies The Don Coscarelli Way – The Director Of Bubba Ho-Tep, Phantasm And John Dies At The End
The reason and rationale of indie filmmaking.
Cuban Fury is in UK cinemas now and I enjoyed it a great deal, thanks in no small part to the very fun casting.
On Time Travel Rules, Anthropomorphic Animals, Terry Gilliam And The Magic Of A113 – Rob Minkoff Discusses Mr. Peabody And Sherman
Dreamworks’ latest is out in the UK today. From the director of The Lion King.
The Look Of Vikings – Creating A Sense Of Place, History, Character And Story By Set Design And Decoration
The set design of a film or TV show is both important and difficult to get right. Here’s a little about how they got Vikings just the way they needed it.
A few days ago I was lucky enough to speak with Teller, of Penn &, and Tim Jenison.