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The Barbican to hold James Bond exhibition

The Barbican to hold James Bond exhibition

In celebration of a half-century of James Bond, the Barbican in London is holding an exhibition of the various sets, cars and technology used in the films. Exciting news, for those who really love their James Bond, and interesting for anyone else. Being able to view a collection of fifty years of set, car and...

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Silent film rentals rocket by 40 per cent

Silent film rentals rocket by 40 per cent

Rentals of classic black-and-white silent films from LOVEFiLM have almost doubled since the success of the Oscar winning movie, The Artist. According to the film rental company, some silent titles have tripled in popularity following the Oscar ceremony this week, where The Artist took home five...

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It’s official: AnnaSophia Robb is young Carrie Bradshaw

It’s official: AnnaSophia Robb is young Carrie Bradshaw

We can officially announce that 18 year old AnnaSophia Robb has been cast as Sex and the City's Carrie Bradshaw in the upcoming TV adaptation, The Carrie Diaries. We reported back in September that the New York City based-writer's younger years were going to be explored in a brand new TV show....

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Beach Boys – The musical!

Beach Boys – The musical!

Beach Boys fans are sure to be having good vibrations after watching the singing surfers in the upcoming musical film, directed by Michael Sucsy. The Californian harmonisers will soon be portrayed in a musical film, which has already been penned by Erin of Brockovich writer, Susannah Grant. Sucsy -...

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The Rock to take on Hercules?

The Rock to take on Hercules?

It's a match-made-on-Mount-Olympus as the news comes that Dwayne Johnson, aka The Rock, is in talks to play Hercules. When he is not in his professional wrestling attire as The Rock, Dwayne Johnson dons the hat of 'actor' and has built something of a reputation in this way. From powerful roles like...

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Vamp it up: The Moth Diaries trailer is here

Vamp it up: The Moth Diaries trailer is here

Do you enjoy whimsical chick flicks and romantic comedies? If so then this trailer isn't for you. Mary Harron's The Moth Diaries looks to be a psychological horror about female adolescence that is going to be chilling. Don't be fooled by the title. This isn't an animation about a moth and its adventures....

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Woman in Black breaks grossing British horror film record

Woman in Black breaks grossing British horror film record

Maybe it's down to some ghostly goings-on, but the Hammer horror, The Woman in Black, has broken the record for the UK’s highest grossing British horror film since records began 20 years ago. The spine tingling thriller, starring Harry Potter's Daniel Radcliffe, has stayed at the top of the UK Box...

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Jonah Hill and James Franco to tell True Story

Jonah Hill and James Franco to tell True Story

Continuing his move away from comedy, Jonah Hill will star alongside James Franco in True Story.  True Story is far removed from the likes of Superbad and Get Him to the Greek, two of the films that originally made Jonah Hill famous. However, recently Mr. Hill has made a move into a more serious...

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Ridley Scott to produce Japan in a Day

Ridley Scott to produce Japan in a Day

Following the success of the worldwide crowdsourced documentary film Life in a Day, Ridley and Tony Scott plan to turn their attention to Japan... Life in a Day was a Sundance Film Festival hit back in 2011, comprised of video clips filmed around the world on a single day (24th July 2010) and submitted...

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Sony brings Dracula back to life (not literally)

Sony brings Dracula back to life (not literally)

In a move that demonstrates incredible originality, Sony are bringing Dracula back into the cinema. It's weird, isn't it? There are certain monsters that people never seem to get tired of, and Dracula is definitely one of them. The most famous vampire in history, created by celebrated author Bram Stoker, has...

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