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On the unusual, specific role of the producer in a Disney animation and the tight crunch to get Frozen made when a whole year was lopped off the schedule.
Quentin Tarantino and Jay Leno sat down last night for a chat about the upcoming collected edition of the Django Unchained comics and, as it happens, a good deal more.
Here’s what Danny Dyer had to tell us about his new Death Wish meets Batman picture, Vendetta. It gets a little NSFW.
Interview: Catching Fire Director Francis Lawrence On Taking Over The Hunger Games And Seeing The Series Out
This film not only stands alongside the first, it feels like the next, vital instalment in a series. It’s like we’re getting episodes of a great TV show… just really very, very spaced out.
The new surveillance-and-terrorism legal thriller Closed Circuit isn’t really a thriller at all, but a drama. I spoke to its superb director, John Crowley.
Hirokazu Koreeda talks to me about his sublime prize winner, ahead of its release in the UK this week – and, of course, the inevitable remake.
We’ve been using the Bleeding Cool social media channels to solicit questions from our readers for Dan Scanlon and Kori Rae, the director and producer of Monsters University. They’ve agreed to do a full “readers’ interview” for us, and reply …
The Rise features Iwan Rheon, Luke Treadaway and a heist that doesn’t go down the way you’d expect. Here’s why it’s one of the best heist films in a long, long time.
I’m a real animation lover, I’m sure you’ve noticed, and there’s a lot about Frozen that has me excited.
Not one of the studio’s fantasy pieces, but does fit pretty comfortably into their brand of melancholy memoir, comparing well to Ocean Waves or Only Yesterday.
“Locke & Key is to Sandman what Mini-Me is to Doctor Evil” – Joe Hill Talks To Bleeding Cool About Comics – Photos By Seth Kushner
The publication history of Locke & Key has become almost as legendary as the comic series’ contents, rocketing into sold-out status on the very first day of the first issue’s release in 2008. Since then, New York Times Best-Selling author …
After a long, long wait, Adam Wingard’s readymade cult favourite You’re Next is being released today in UK cinemas. The perfect opportunity, then, for a chat with Sharni Vinson, perhaps the film’s MVP offscreen as well as on.
When Bleeding Cool Met Jerry Bruckheimer To Talk About The Lone Ranger, Inflation And R-Rated Blockbusters
After nearly 40 years of practice, Jerry Bruckheimer has become very good at cutting out the nonsense.
An accessible story expertly told, Wadjda is a great film with an important message.
Exclusive Video: Deconstructing The Design Of Monsters University With Director Dan Scanlon And Producer Kori Rae
Some analysis of Pixar magic from the filmmakers.
On how this particular story came into being, some of the dead ends abandoned during development, and how hard it is to animate the Monster world.
There’s a plot point in Pacific Rim that should be the spark to set fire to the sequel.
When I met Hugh Jackman, he let me try on his Wolverine claws. Turns out there’s a real trick to it.