The British science-fiction series and now-Netflix hit Black Mirror is building towards its second season and has released another trailer for an upcoming standalone episode. The series, created by Charlie Brooker, isn’t on the list for December premieres, so we won’t see any new episodes until after the first of the year — but that doesn’t keep […]
Less than two months after the release of the limited series’ first trailer, the Paramount Network has released a second trailer for Waco. Now while we definitely get some new scenes from the miniseries to chew on, there’s also a major difference that you might not realize at first viewing. Unlike the first trailer, the […]
As the nation approaches the 25th anniversary of the federal siege on cult leader David Koresh‘s Branch Davidian compound that ended in flames and lives lost, the Paramount Network is offering viewers their first extended look at their six-part limited series Waco. The series is set to be executive produced by Weinstein Television, written by […]
The Jack Huston led remake of James O’Barr’s The Crow is in talks with Andrea Riseborough to portray the villain Top Dollar. The film is being directed by Corin Hardy from an adaptation by Claire Wilson. In the graphic novel, Top Dollar is the bad guy at the top of the syndicate that caused the […]
Sorry to have to drag your attention away from those amazing American Hustle posters, but here's some casting news that also happened today.
Tom Cruise stars in a movie that's set after the end of the world. Is it worth visiting the radioactive ruins of your local cinema to see it? Michael Moran reports.
Also, two new, extremely hi-res posters for the film.
This clip from Eran Creevy's London cop thriller Welcome to the Punch showcases some of the extraordinary cast and hints - just a little - at the stylised cinematography.
" If You Liked That Bit In The Matrix, Maybe You'll Like It In This."
Going shot by shot through the first trailer for Oblivion. Okay, I left one shot out. It was boring.
A couple of weeks ago, just ahead of the UK DVD and Blu-ray blah blah release of Brighton Rock, I was offered a chance to speak to its writer-director, Rowan Joffe. Unfortunately, his only availability for interview coincided with a screening I was already commited to. But there was some wriggle room, and it was […]
Rowan Joffe’s new adaptation of Graham Greene’s Brighton Rock is out now on DVD and Blu-ray across the UK. We’ve got three DVD copies of this sleaze-tinged seaside noir to give away, so just read on and follow the simple instructions. Adapted from Graham Greene’s brilliant 1939 novel, Brighton Rock charts the headlong fall of […]
Rowan Joffe’s debut film is another adaptation of the Graham Greene novel, Brighton Rock. I saw the picture at the London Film Festival where it was this year’s surprise film and seemed to go down fairly well. I’ll tell you specifically what I thought of it in the new year, but I’ll say this for now: […]
Rowan Joffe’s adaptation of the beloved Graham Greene novel Brighton Rock is about to start a circuit of film festivals around the world. Here’s a clip that features a tense moment between Helen Mirren and Andre Riseborough as Ida and Rose, two women caught up in the dangerous world of “young scarface” mobster, Pinkie Brown. Pinkie […]
The first three images from the big “Why?” remake of Brighton Rock have been revealed. The film has been directed by Rowan Joffe, screenwriter of the upcoming Anton Corbijn and George Clooney thriller The American, and stars Sam Curtis, Andrea Riseborough, John Hurt and Helen Mirren. Graham Greene’s novel has been adapted once before, by the Boulting […]