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Wuthering Heights follows Jane Eyre into the spotlight

Wuthering Heights follows Jane Eyre into the spotlight

The Bronte sisters are back. Well, they never really left but at the moment there seems to be a particular resurgence of their work. After the release of the Jane Eyre movie, Wuthering Heights enjoys a re-make and not only that, but there will be a play about the lives of the three sisters Charlotte, Emily and...

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Sex and the City prequel in the works

Sex and the City prequel in the works

An adaptation of Candace Bushnell's Sex and the City prequel novel, The Carrie Diaries is in the works. The prequel focuses on Carrie's High School years, before she's met Samantha, Charlotte or Miranda. But one of the best parts of Sex in the City was the incredible chemistry between the four leading...

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Another film for the Inbetweeners?

Another film for the Inbetweeners?

Not only can The Inbetweeners lads pull girls, but after three consecutive weeks in the top spot of the UK box office chart, there is now talk of a sequel. It is rumoured that the second film could be based around a stag-do and a wedding, despite director Iain Morris denying it over Twitter. The film...

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Gwyneth Paltrow’s sex addiction

Gwyneth Paltrow’s sex addiction

It has been revealed that actress Gwyneth Paltrow is on board to play a sex addict in Stuart Blumberg's directorial début, Thanks for Sharing. Blumberg was nominated for an Oscar for his work on the script for The Kids Are All Right, which starred Annette Bening, Julianne Moore, Mark Ruffalo and Mia...

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Warm Bodies secures John Malkovich

Warm Bodies secures John Malkovich

John Malkovich? Well, it's safe to say that at this point, Warm Bodies is one to watch, at the very least. The zombie film's sidling into the cinema spotlight continues. If you don't recall the screed I wrote not too long ago about Nicholas Hoult being cast as R, the protagonist in Warm Bodies, then let me...

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55th BFI London Film Festival Line-Up Announced

55th BFI London Film Festival Line-Up Announced

The line-up for the 55th BFI London Film Festival has finally been announced! There have been a number of exciting films in production recently, and now it has finally been revealed which of them will feature in the programme for this year's BFI London Film Festival. It was previously announced that...

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Beetlejuice sequel a definite possibility

Beetlejuice sequel a definite possibility

Probably the creepiest and most disgusting film character to come out of children's cinema in a long time. Beetlejuice may be returning once again. Cast your minds, friends, back to the glorious period that was the 1980s, when music was more experimental, hair was bigger, and Beetlejuice was turning...

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UPDATE: Eddie Murphy confirmed as Oscars host

UPDATE: Eddie Murphy confirmed as Oscars host

Eddie Murphy has been confirmed the next host at the Academy Awards. This is a situation with two potential outcomes: "that was amazing", and "oh my god make him stop". Update: Eddie Murphy has been confirmed as the host of the next Oscars, so we'll be seeing him soon, and look forward to hearing the...

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Cheryl Cole film lines revealed!

Cheryl Cole film lines revealed!

Yes, Cheryl Cole's lines in upcoming film, What to Expect When You're Expecting, have reportedly been revealed. But don't get too excited - it turns out there's not very many of them... In fact, according to Heat magazine, all the pop starlet is currently saying in the film is "Um, no", sparking rumours...

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Mark Bomback rewriting new Wolverine film

Mark Bomback rewriting new Wolverine film

Recently, we spoke about James Mangold directing the next Wolverine film. It's also now facing a rewrite, courtesy of one Mark Bomback. (Image courtesy of geektyrant.com) Bomback's CV is suited to the job, given that one example of his rewrite work was Constantine, which (in my opinion at least) was a good...

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