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First Look: Pedro Almodovar’s Silencio

First Look: Pedro Almodovar’s Silencio

Pedro Almodovar’s next film is called Silencio and some set photos have been released. Emma Suarez and Ariadna Ugarte are set to play the same character, Julieta, at different stages in her life. The film tells of a 30-year time span in Juliet’s life, starting from 1985 when it seemed like everything was much better than in the present, 2015, when...

Batman takes a ride on the Joker’s car in new Suicide Squad set video

Batman takes a ride on the Joker’s car in new Suicide Squad set video

The Batmobile was spotted chasing The Joker’s ride yesterday and now comes footage of Batman on the back of The Joker’s car. Not sure whether Batman has lost his cape or if it will be added in with CGI later. It is thought that these will be for flashback scenes in the film. David Ayer is directing Suicide Squad which is due out on 5th August...

What if Star Trek’s William Riker got his own TV show?

What if Star Trek’s William Riker got his own TV show?

Star Trek: The Next Generation’s William T. Riker (Jonathan Frakes) gets his own TV show in this brilliant re-edit by Jan van den Hemel. It looks like Riker has been getting frisky with some of the alien races! Watch it...

Cool Supercut – Driving & Dying: Point-Of-View Shots In Mad Max

Cool Supercut – Driving & Dying: Point-Of-View Shots In Mad Max

Rishi Kaneria has sent over his latest video. An excellent piece that looks at the POV shots in Mad Max. One of the reasons George Miller’s action scenes work so well and make so much sense is because they are grounded in the character’s point of view. By doing this he literally puts you into the action using nonverbal visual, almost operatic,...

Watch Game of Thrones: The Musical

Watch Game of Thrones: The Musical

Game of Thrones: The Musical. For Red Nose Day on NBC, Coldplay and the cast of Game of Thrones join forces for the band’s most important project yet: a musical for HBO’s Game of...

Disney Infinity 3.0: Star Wars – New images

Disney Infinity 3.0: Star Wars – New images

Disney Infinity 3.0 Edition now welcomes Star Wars™ to the ever-growing collection of Marvel, Disney and Disney•Pixar characters, stories and worlds. This fall, Join Forces with some of your favorite characters as you play in their galaxies in story-driven adventures inside Play Sets or create your own universe in the Toy Box! Disney Infinity is the only...

Vincent D’Onofrio may be the bad guy in the CHiPs movie

Vincent D’Onofrio may be the bad guy in the CHiPs movie

Dax Shepard and Michael Pena are set to play motorcycling police officers Jon Baker and Frank Poncherello in the big screen adaptation of the CHiPs TV show. Shepard also serving as director and screenplay co-writer on the project. Vincent D’Onofrio (Daredevil, Jurassic World) is currently in talks to join the film as the villain of the piece. The film...

The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen are getting a remake

The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen are getting a remake

Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill’s The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen is a brilliant comic book series. The 2003 film adaptation is dreadful. It gets worse with repeat viewings and it is so sad that great source material was wasted. It is also said to be what caused Sean Connery to retire from film. There were plans for a TV show back in 2013, but that...

ILM – Celebrates 40 Years of creating the Impossible in new video

ILM – Celebrates 40 Years of creating the Impossible in new video

This is a great video that blasts through 40 years of Industrial Light & Magic. In 1975 George Lucas formed Industrial Light & Magic (ILM) to create the special effects for his space opera Star Wars. Since that time, ILM has contributed to over 300 films in the process earning 15 Academy Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Visual Effects and 28...

Edinburgh International Film Festival announces 2015 programme

Edinburgh International Film Festival announces 2015 programme

New Artistic Director Mark Adams announced this morning at Filmhouse in Edinburgh details of the programme for the 69th edition of Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF). This year the Festival, which runs from 17 to 28 June, will showcase 164 features from 36 countries, including 24 World Premieres, 8 International Premieres, 16 European Premieres, 84...