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New trailer out for The Cold Light Of Day

New trailer out for The Cold Light Of Day

Henry Cavill is one of those actors who seems to be everywhere at the moment, and now he is set to star in Mabrouk El Mechri's thriller The Cold Light Of Day. An American family goes on holiday to Spain, but the reunion and relaxation go awry when all of them except from Henry Cavill's character, Will, are...

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Stars reunite: Cooper and Lawrence sign for Serena

Stars reunite: Cooper and Lawrence sign for Serena

Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper are proving to be fast friends. They have both signed to star in their second movie together, Serena. Actors do love repeat collaborations, don't they? Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler, Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio. Not normally in as quicker succession as this...

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Monty Python cast reuniting for animation

Monty Python cast reuniting for animation

Monty Python fans can rejoice, as the news arrives that the world-famous funny men will be once again gracing our screens for a new project in the not-too-distant future. The film, to be entitled Absolutely Anything, will be directed by Terry Jones. Before fans get their hopes too high, Jones has made it clear...

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Scorsese’s award campaign for ‘Hugo’ canine

Scorsese’s award campaign for ‘Hugo’ canine

Never say Martin Scorsese doesn't love his stars. The iconic director has used his influence to secure Hugo star Blackie a nomination for a Golden Collar Award. The canine star of Hugo, Blackie is a giant Doberman who plays a crucial and well executed part in the Oscar-nominated film as Sacha Baron...

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Liam Neeson has been Taken in to do a sequel

Liam Neeson has been Taken in to do a sequel

Liam Neeson will be dodging bullets and battling against the baddies once more to save his family in the sequel to the 2008 action-thriller, Taken. The Irish actor will star in the untitled sequel to the action-packed Taken, which could be released in the States as soon as October 2012. Neeson (Star...

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Sundance Awards 2012 – the results

Sundance Awards 2012 – the results

If you love watching something a little different to the mainstream conveyor-belt of tired ideas, then Sundance is for you. So which flicks were the best of Sundance 2012? There's quite a range of stuff here, and I'm super-happy that Indie Game: The Movie went away a winner, as the buzz about it in the week...

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World War Z and other films bring over £20m to Glasgow

World War Z and other films bring over £20m to Glasgow

Remember how the Scottish city of Glasgow is being used as a location for lots of films recently? Glaswegians were raving about how much money this would bring to the city, now it has been revealed that this has indeed happened. Last year we brought you the news that World War Z and Cloud Atlas were...

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John Hurt: BAFTA for Outstanding Contribution to Cinema

John Hurt: BAFTA for Outstanding Contribution to Cinema

Veteran British Actor John Hurt has been singled out by BAFTA to receive the award for Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema! Thoroughly deserved and a long time coming! British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) made the announcement on the 27th January ahead of their awards ceremony...

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Les Miserables stage stars – from musicals to movies

Les Miserables stage stars – from musicals to movies

The original stars of the hit West End musical, Les Miserables, will make an appearance in the upcoming big screen remake. Rehearsals for the film start on Monday, and joining the Hollywood stars will be two of the original cast from the stage show. Hollywood actors, including Hugh Jackman (X-Men )...

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David Hockney documentary to show at A Little Film Club opening

David Hockney documentary to show at A Little Film Club opening

A fan of David Hockney? Like watching films from an alternative perspective? If so A Little Film Club may be for you. At the end of January, Little Joe magazine will be hosting a screening of the 1970s David Hockney documentary, A Bigger Splash. Recently started, Little Joe magazine is a small publication...

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