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“Fargo” Season 4: Jack Huston, Jason Schwartzman, Ben Whishaw, 9 More Join FX Anthology

It was at the August 2018 Television Critics Association’s (TCA) summer press tour event when it was announced that comedian/actor Chris Rock (upcoming Saw remake/reboot/sequel) will headline a fourth season of series creator Noah Hawley‘s Emmy award-winning FX anthology Fargo, as head of a crime family in 1950’s Kansas City, Missouri. Well, the network has […]

The Lobster Provides Snappy Introspection on Codependent Relationships — A Review

Jonathan Rich writes for BleedingCool.com The Lobster was released in the UK last fall and it is now reaching a wider audience in US theaters and streaming services, but no matter when you view this uniquely bizarre film exploring the codependency of personal relationships you will be thinking about it long after the credits roll. […]

A Trip Inside Q’s Workshop From Spectre

One of the nice things about the latest James Bond film, Spectre, was the increasing role of Q played by Ben Whishaw. His relationships with Bond is a very interesting one and different from the previous incarnations. Plus in the new film we get to see Q’s workshop which was filled with lots of fun […]

Melville Is Told About The White Whale In New In The Heart Of The Sea Trailer

In another trailer for the upcoming In the Heart of the Sea, author Herman Melville, played by Spectre‘s Ben Whishaw, is told about the true story that inspired his famous novel Moby Dick. [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Hz8IGDy2t4[/youtube] Starring Chris Hemsworth, Cillian Murphy and Brendan Gleeson, Heart of the Sea opens on December 11th.

Live-Action Paddington Film Gets Trailer

We have the trailer for the upcoming movie Paddington, based on the Michael Bond novels about a Peruvian bear who heads to the city to find a home. The film is directed by Paul King and includes the voice of Ben Whishaw as the titular character. The film also stars Hugh Bonneville, Nicole Kidman, Sally […]







Skyfall – The Bleeding Cool Review

Michael Moran's seen Skyfall, and we calmed him down just enough to tell you about it. And, like 007's classic DB5, there isn't a spoiler in sight.


IMAX Trailer For James Bond’s Skyfall Fleshes Out The Plot A Little

I’m fresh out of the IMAX Remix event held to coincide with Comic-Con and there will definitely be more to say about that later. For now, though, let’s discuss their big finish: the premiere of an IMAX exclusive trailer for Skyfall, the next James Bond picture. The key point of interest is the introduction of […]

First Image Of Skyfall’s Q – Ben Whishaw Gets Gadgety

We knew Ben Whishaw was playing Q in the new Bond film, Skyfall, though it hadn’t been formally, officially confirmed at any juncture I remember. That’s put right by this official image we’ve been sent of the actor in character, on the set. Looks like he’ll grow up to be the Q we’ve known and […]

Ben Whishaw Playing Q In New Bond Movie, Skyfall – So Expect Gadgets

Rumours that Miss Moneypenny is going to be introduced to the Daniel Craig Bondverse by Sam Mendes’ Skyfall are, as yet, unconfirmed, but we’re doing better with Q. The agents for Ben Whishaw have confirmed to the BBC that he will be playing Q, aka Major Boothroyd, in the currently-filming picture. We’ve not had a […]

Union Hijack – Trailer For BBC2’s The Hour

Here’s the first trailer for the BBC’s The Hour. It’s being compared to Mad Men because it’s a period drama. You might as well compare it to X-Men First Class, or at least Good Night and Good Luck. Heck – there’s a split-screen “panels” effect and a clock in the trailer, so you could even […]

First Trailer For Julie Taymor’s The Tempest

We already brought you a series of clips from Julie Taymor’s very… Taymoresque adaptation of The Tempest and now, at long last, there’s a trailer too. You may find watching the trailer at Apple gets you the best quality. I’m put in mind of a certain type of late 70s/turn of the 80s picture by […]

First Look Clips – Julie Taymor’s The Tempest, Plus Helen Mirren Interview

This interview with Helen Mirren is studded with clips from Julie Taymor’s freshly-premiered version of The Tempest. They provide our first look at moving footage from the film. Between the clips, the star talks from the Venice Film Festival and fields some of the more obvious questions. Some higher-quality clips and a trailer should be […]