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Squeal! Twilight teaser poster has arrived.

Squeal! Twilight teaser poster has arrived.

Get ready Twilight fans, you are in for quite the treat. The first teaser poster for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 has come online and it's a complete let-down, to be honest. However, we're sure Twihards out there will be excited anyway as it's the first glimpse of the two-part adaptation, the...

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Tattoo in The Hangover Part II is causing a headache

Tattoo in The Hangover Part II is causing a headache

The release of The Hangover Part II may be put on hold over a legal dispute regarding a tattoo used in the film. Tattooist S. Victor Whitmill is suing the film's producers for copying the image he designed tattooed on Mike Tyson's face back in 2003. In the sequel to the 2009 smash hit the actor Ed Helms...

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Liam Gallagher wants Johnny Depp for Beatles film

Liam Gallagher wants Johnny Depp for Beatles film

Liam Gallagher has revealed that he would like to cast Johnny Depp in his upcoming film, based on the story of The Beatles' company Apple Corps. The film is, in fact, an adaptation of Richard DiLello's 1973 book, The Longest Cocktail Party: An Insider's Diary of the Beatles, Their Million-dollar Apple...

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X-Men: First Class cast make a public appearance

X-Men: First Class cast make a public appearance

If you're looking forward to X-Men: First Class, the origin story of the modern-day Xavier, Magneto, et al, then you'll be pleased to know that public appearances by the cast have started in earnest in London. As you're probably infinitely more used to the Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen combo in the trilogy...

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The TFR Cannes ’11 Round-Up

The TFR Cannes ’11 Round-Up

Every year, a bunch of film legends, press, and those about to become legends head to France for one of the events of the film-industry year. Cannes 2011 is news-crazy, so here are our highlights. We couldn't talk about the events of this year's Cannes without mentioning Lars von Trier's shocking remark. I've...

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London to host first sex worker film festival

London to host first sex worker film festival

London is to host the first sex worker film festival this June. The festival is scheduled to take place on 12th June at an East London location, and has been organised by a collection of sex workers. It will feature a number of short films and documentaries from countries around the world which have been...

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Cannes 2011 – Awards round up

Cannes 2011 – Awards round up

And so Cannes is over for another year. There's been the usual fashion highs and lows, a fabulous red carpet appearance from Brangelina, oh and also some very exciting looking films to look forward to. But who took away the prizes? The coveted Palme D'Or went to Terence Mallick's The Tree of Life, starring...

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James Franco confirmed to star Stephen Elliott’s Cherry

James Franco confirmed to star Stephen Elliott’s Cherry

James Franco has signed on to star in Stephen Elliott's Cherry, alongside Heather Graham and Dev Patel. The screenplay has been written by author Stephen Elliott, who also plans to direct the feature film. The plot reportedly follows the story of a young woman who moves to San Francisco and lands a job...

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David O Russell makes series of Alberta Cross videos

David O Russell makes series of Alberta Cross videos

David O. Russell, the director behind movies such as this year's The Fighter, I [Heart] Huckabees and Three Kings, has filmed a series of six videos for Brooklyn-based rockers, Alberta Cross. The New York borough of Brooklyn seems incapable of producing anything that isn't seriously hipper-than-thou at...

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Splinter Cell and Assassin’s Creed films now in the works

Splinter Cell and Assassin’s Creed films now in the works

If you're a fan of stealth-killing video games such as the Splinter Cell and Assassin's Creed franchises, then you're in for a treat - they're heading to the cinema. I know, I know, Prince of Persia was one of the most ridiculous films you've seen in ages. It wasn't Ubisoft's fault, although you can feel free...

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