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Secret Cinema Prepares To Go Global, But First They’re Going Back To The Future!(UPDATE)

By Chris Thompson Those of you living in the UK are hopefully already quite familiar with the wonder that is Secret Cinema … But starting next year the rest of the world will be able to experience it and find …

Bob Hoskins Has Died, Age 71

He retired from public life in 2012 after a diagnosis of Alzheimers. We never stopped pressing play on his films, however. And I don’t suppose we ever will.

The Thief And The Cobbler Workprint To Be Screened, Watch Highlights From Richard Williams Academy Talk

Richard Williams delivers a speech at The Academy and news that a workprint of his troubled masterpiece The Thief and the Cobbler will screen there.

This Year’s Encounters Short Film Festival Will Celebrate 80 Years Of Richard Williams

Encounters has somewhat of a special place in my heart. This short film festival in Bristol is like no other I have ever attended.

Roger Rabbit Sequel “Is Going To Get Made, Trust Me” And Bob Hoskins “Is Ready To Do It”

But… hang on… what’s this Robert Zemeckis is saying?

Yeah, Forget The Roger Rabbit Sequel A Moment – A Threequel Is Set For Publication

Roger Rabbit started life as a comic book character in a novel, became a toon in a live action film and is now a toon in a novel.

Robert Zemeckis Sets Up The 3D Roger Rabbit Sequel That’s Just Waiting For Disney’s Green Light

Also: tests have been done in converting the original to 3D and it looks “great.”

Trailer: Who Framed Roger Rabbit 25th Anniversary Blu-Ray

There’s still a lot of big studio, high profile hits waiting for their Blu-ray releases, but the one I’ve been most keenly anticipating is Who Framed Roger Rabbit. I’m not exaggerating to say that the notion of a Roger Blu-ray …