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Swinging back into action. Yeah. Swinging.
Wish I could say more. But I can’t.
I’m very glad to see more hand drawn work on our screens.
Mid-air Spider-Man shenanigans of a distinctly CG variety.
From Shinichiro Watanabe, the creator of Cowboy Bebop.
I was expecting a fairly straight-ahead adaptation of standard Tarzan tropes but… nope. I was wrong.
I love Daniel Waters’ writing so much, I’d be on the edge of my seat waiting for a new takeaway menu if I knew he’d turned his hand to it.
It remains to be seen if Muppets Most Wanted will be better than The Muppets, but I’ve got a lot of faith in this team.
For most of its running time, this new trailer for the Robocop do-over shows us that there’s a man at the centre of this machine. I’m glad they’ve made space for this message in the marketing – not least because …
Trailer For The Devil’s Knot – The West Memphis Three Thriller With Reese Witherspoon And Colin Firth
Directed by the regularly impressive Atom Egoyan.
It would seem that Jailbait is to Orange is the New Black as American Warships is to Battleship, Transmorphers is to Transformers and Battle of Los Angeles is to Battle: Los Angeles.
Remember how somebody worked out if the balloons in Up would generate enough lift to carry the house? That kind of viewer is going to have a field day with this one.
Now, here’s a curious little thing.
Though a bootleg of a full trailer was doing the rounds a few weeks back but that looked ugly and was, to be blunt, somewhat off-putting. Here’s the real thing.
The Doctor Interrupts Your Evening’s Programming (Plus Bonus BBC America Trailer For Day Of The Doctor)
You may see standard service on the BBC hit by a few interruptions over the next week or two. Expect interventions from the Doctor, like this one.
It aired properly on BBC1 tonight, just after Strictly Come Dancing. Worth putting up again for those who want a second peek.
There’s more than a little Curb Your Enthusiasm to this, but with a serious intent to tear through every taboo like a freight train through pages of The Daily Mail.
This video tells you absolutely nothing about Philomena, except perhaps that it contains both Judi Dench and the letter M, but any publicity for this quite superb film is alright by me.