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Celebs sink their teeth into new Dracula animation

Celebs sink their teeth into new Dracula animation

Adam Sandler, Miley Cyrus and Ce Lo Green are amongst the celebrities getting their teeth into the upcoming Sony-animated Dracula film, Hotel Transylvania. Ce Lo Green will be swapping his singing to provide the voice of a Mummy, while Miley Cyrus will go from pop princess to Dracula's daughter. The...

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Benicio del Toro offered Star Trek 2 villain role

Benicio del Toro offered Star Trek 2 villain role

Benecio Del Toro, the famous face behind The Wolfman, Che, and Traffic, has been offered the lead villain role in the Star Trek sequel by none other than J.J. Abrams himself. J.J., director of the Star Trek reboot that came out in 2009, is on the hunt for a villain, and he may have found his ideal actor in...

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BAFTA launches new inspirational website Guru

BAFTA launches new inspirational website Guru

Colin Firth, Tilda Swinton and Quentin Tarantino are just some of the celebrities who have given exclusive interviews for BAFTA's  inspirational new student help website Guru. The BAFTA Guru website aims to provide advice and inspiration to budding young directors and actors, by giving them a unique...

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Bond is back in new film Skyfall

Bond is back in new film Skyfall

Blonde-and-burly Daniel Craig is set to return in the newest Bond film, Skyfall. He will be joined by some new faces and some old favourites in this latest addition to the James Bond franchise. The question on everyone's lips seems to be, who is the new Bond girl? It has been revealed that the role of...

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Universal Chief: Cowboys vs. Aliens was “s****y”

Universal Chief: Cowboys vs. Aliens was “s****y”

It seems Universal's Ron Meyer has decided to come clean about a few recent releases, stating that the studio has been making some "s****y movies", recently. I was surprised to read his quotes, and I'd wager you are, too. I'll lay it out for you in full. "We make a lot of s****y movies... We set out to make...

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Nominees and jury revealed for the Moët British Independent Film Awards

Nominees and jury revealed for the Moët British Independent Film Awards

The nominations for the 14th annual Moët British Independent Film Awards were announced this Halloween. Recognising British talent in independent filmmaking, the awards have grown very popular in recent years and it is great to see that there is so much talent in Britain. Anyone who doubted that the...

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Vinewood: GTA V goes to the movies

Vinewood: GTA V goes to the movies

If you're a gaming fan, you'll know by now that Grand Theft Auto V has been announced, and the trailer hit the web today. Where's it set? Vinewood. For those half-alseep, that's Rockstar's parody of Hollywood, and as you can tell by the trailer itself, it's a sunny, countryside-filled wonderland filled to the...

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A Spooky summer is ahead, with LAIKA’s latest animated production, ParaNorman

A Spooky summer is ahead, with LAIKA’s latest animated production, ParaNorman

The producers of Coralline are soon to release their next dark children's comedy, ParaNorman. The LAIKA production is set for international release in August 2012, and Coraline  is anything to judge by, it is sure to include creepy monsters and dark humour with a light-hearted and creative children's...

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Kirsten Dunst reunites with Orlando Bloom for Cities

Kirsten Dunst reunites with Orlando Bloom for Cities

Kirsten Dunst is set to reunite with her Elizabethtown co-star, Orlando Bloom, in upcoming financial thriller, Cities. Cities comes from director Roger Donaldson, who also co-wrote the film along with Glenn Wilhide, and is set across three separate locations. Slumdog Millionaire's Anil Kapoor is...

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Puss in Boots tops the US film chart

Puss in Boots tops the US film chart

The feisty fur-ball, Puss in Boots, reached number one on the US box office chart on its opening weekend. The film - starring the musketeer-inspired cat from the popular Shrek films - reached the North American movie top spot, taking in £21.2m ($34m) during its opening weekend. It pushed the horror...

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