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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part one trailer now online

Muggles, wizards and witches alike - the prodigal son of the magic world and his two best friends are back, and it's time for their darkest hour yet. The Harry Potter films are massive, and full to the brim with incredibly talented British actors, lending themselves to arguably the most accessible modern...

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More details on the Wachowski’s gay Iraq war film

More details on the Wachowski’s gay Iraq war film

Finally, new information has emerged about the latest film from the Wachowski Brothers and boy does it sound juicy. The Brothers most known for The Matrix films have been working on a project known as Cobalt Neural 9 for the last couple of months but very little is known about it. Until now that...

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First peak at the love story of the year – Gnomeo and Juliet

There is nothing we like more at TFR Towers than a garden gnome or two, so imagine our delight when we saw the trailer for Gnomeo and Juliet. A sneak peak of the film hit the internet yesterday, as did the first images of the Touchstone Pictures film which will be in 3D. As you may have worked out,...

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John Goodman joins Kevin Smith’s Red State

Kevin Smith, indie-movie legend and creator of Clerks, Dogma and director of other films recently such as Cop-Out, has snagged legendary actor John Goodman for his new film, Red State. Inspired by the Westboro Baptist Church, the fundamentalist church widely criticised (and even banned from entering the UK), Red...

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Clint Eastwood offers Joaquin Phoenix redeeming role

Was the hoax that saw Joaquin Phoenix spiral towards an apparent mental breakdown an irredeemable mess of a publicity stunt? We could be about to find out. Rumour has it that Clint Eastwood is considering casting Phoenix in the role of Clyde Tolson in his upcoming film, Hoover. The film is a biopic of...

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Dot: the world’s smallest film

Imagine a film where the entire world you see on camera is 9 millimetres high. Imagine then, that it's also stop-motion, and a short film made using a microscope all about a girl running away from the end of the world. That film is Dot, an really short short film that's only about a minute long, but still...

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Drew Barrymore headed to Bollywood

Looks like being in a Bollywood film is the must-do of the season, first it was Nicolas Cage, and now it's Drew Barrymore. The E.T star will make her Bollywood debut in a film called The Lifestyle. Producer Santosh Kumar Jain, for whom the film is his directorial and writing debut, said: “I really liked...

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Made In Dagenham premières in London’s Leicester Square

Last night, London's Leicester Square was all glitz and girl power as stars, including Rosamund Pike and Jaime Winstone, turned out for the première of their latest film, Made In Dagenham. The film may be a dramatisation of the fairly unglamorous strike at the Ford Dagenham assembly plant, along some fine...

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Tim Burton’s Frankenweenie cast chosen

For all those hardcore Tim Burton fans, good news - the kooky goth is about to make his third major stop-motion feature film - an adaptation of his 1984 short masterpiece, Frankenweenie. If you've got a dog on your lap and he loves to read TFR, you may want to steer him towards the neighbourhood cat, as Rex...

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Hayden Panettiere is 'Foxy Knoxy'

Star of TV drama series, Heroes, Hayden Panettiere is set to play convicted murderer Amanda Knox in upcoming TV film, The Amanda Knox Story. There was something of a media frenzy when, back in 2007, it because awkwardly obvious that Knox, who had been arrested for the murder of her flatmate, Meredith Kercher,...

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