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Katsuhide Motoki’s Subete wa Kimi ni Aeta kara, a Japanese Remake of Richard Curtis’ Love Actually.
This would be the smallest “leap forward” for a new generation of The Blackadder yet, with the new one necessarily alive at the same time as his incarnation in Blackadder Goes Fourth.
This trailer has a slightly unusual shape but is all the better for it.
Andy Mulligan’s novel Trash is both a mystery and an adventure story set in the near future of an unnamed third world country.
Richard Curtis has made a 30-minute film about protest, mainly through protest songs. He’s had a little help from Chiwetel Ejiofor and Colin Firth, and there’s not really any knocking the soundtrack.
Do American audiences have different requirements from their films or trailers to the Brits? And if not, why do Universal seem to think they do?
The structural master behind Blackadder and Four Weddings and a Funeral is playing about with time travel tropes.
Ricky Gervais has reprised the role of David Brent for a new, one-off Comic Relief spin-off from The Office.
Malaria is a disease that’s “entirely preventable and curable” but kills “a million people a year, most of them children.”
At the age of 21, Tim Lake discovers he can travel in time…
The time travel film about time, About Time.
It’s all a big promotion for Johnny English Reborn, and it will likely encourage a lot of new Blackadder fans to purchase the other three series and the superb Blackadder’s Christmas Carol special,* but it seems wonderfully generous that between …
Made in support of the 10:10 climate change campaign, Dougal Wilson and Richard Curtis’ new short film is funny, very gory and, sadly, proving to be controversial. The 10:10 charity didn’t leave the video on their website and YouTube account …