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Horrible Bosses trailer now online

Horrible Bosses trailer now online

If you've ever had a bad day at work, perhaps this film is for you. Oh, and of course, there's some good old Kevin Spacey, doing what he does best - being calm, and mean. Now, I don't want to sound a little pedantic, but has no one noticed this film has been done before? Swimming with Sharks showed Spacey...

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Warner Bros. App Editions of Deathly Hallows and Due Date now available

Warner Bros. App Editions of Deathly Hallows and Due Date now available

You may remember that we recently mentioned App Editions being produced by Warner Bros. This unique take on purchasing films has now got two new titles for its library: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part One, and Due Date. From a geeky perspective, these App Editions are seriously cool. They have all...

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Marcus Nispel to direct Backmask

Marcus Nispel to direct Backmask

Ever played a record backwards to hear something creepy? Might be a dangerous idea, if Blackmask, soon to be directed by King of the Horror Re-boot Marcus Nispel, is anything to go by. Nispel has something of a horror pedigree. In addition to directing Massacre, he was also at the helm of re-booting both The...

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Tarantino after Will Smith for “Django Unchained”

Tarantino after Will Smith for “Django Unchained”

Quintin Tarantino is a man of many talents, though one of them was recently not judging the Venice Film Festival. However, he now wants the legendary Will Smith for his latest project. Whether you're a Tarantino fan or not, there's no doubting that he's a writer/director worthy of a significant amount of...

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Kathryn Bigelow’s Bin Laden film signs its first actor

Kathryn Bigelow’s Bin Laden film signs its first actor

News that Kathryn Bigelow's Bin Laden film has signed up its first actor comes within the same week as the culmination of a ten-year manhunt for the orchestrator of the 9/11 attacks. Timed? Probably. Bin Laden was the boogie man of most people's adult lives and childhoods, especially at the beginning of the...

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Aardman goes “arrrr!” with a pirate film project

Aardman goes “arrrr!” with a pirate film project

Aardman Studios, founded by Nick Aardman, are responsible for bringing you the epitome of stop-motion British film - Wallace and Gromit, in addition to Chicken Run and other works. Now? Pirates! And... Hugh Grant? Yeah, so, Hugh Grant. Hugh Grant. He's not everyone's favourite actor, and many people seem to find...

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Thrillers get serious: I Saw the Devil review

Thrillers get serious: I Saw the Devil review

Korean films are an area of cinema becoming ever more noticeable on our radar, thanks to The Good, The Bad, The Weird and the fantastic Oldboy. But will it continue to impress Western audiences? What we've seen in terms of major releases out of South Korea so far has been impressive to the degree that we...

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Catfish pair to take charge of Paranormal 3

Catfish pair to take charge of Paranormal 3

WooOOoOOOoooOOooo... yeah, Paranormal films are big money, and who better to helm them than the genius duo that brought us the Facebook-focused docu-thriller Catfish? If you were lucky enough to go and see Catfish (if not, read our review and go and see it, already), it came during the wave of Facebook madness...

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Matt Reeves writing sci-fi short story adaptation

Matt Reeves writing sci-fi short story adaptation

"A glut of short-story adaptations, as of late," you say! But Cloverfield director Matt Reeves has one all of his own. Ray Nelson is a cartoonist and a writer. In fact, he's a very good writer, having written 8 o' Clock in the Morning (you can read the whole thing here), a story of a man woken from group...

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Trailer for “Abduction” starring Taylor Lautner now online

Trailer for “Abduction” starring Taylor Lautner now online

Here at TFR, we're big Taylor Lautner fans (though still debating for our respective teams - Edward, Jacob, et al), so when the trailer for Abduction went live, we had to talk about it. During the production process of Twilight, Lautner realised he had a choice - bulk up heavily to represent his maturity as a...

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