With all the hype this year around a certain superhero collective, the reappearance of the bat-attired vigilante and a return trip to Middle Earth amongst others, you'd be forgiven for forgetting that there is a G.I. Joe sequel on its way. But there is, and we have lots of pictures and character posters from G.I. Joe: Retaliation to prove it.
Studio Canal are releasing Carlos Saura's famous FLAMENCO TRILOGY on 3 individual DVDs on Monday, April 23rd.
Carlos Saura is one of Spain's most influential directors, heralded in particular for his exploration and use of the art of dance in films.The most famous of these is the Flamenco Trilogy – a pre-cursor to last year's PINA, from Wim Wenders – made up of BODAS DE SANGRE (Blood Wedding), CARMEN and EL AMOR BRUJO(A Love Bewitched).
To celebrate this, Carlos Saura will be participating in a Masterclass at the Ciné Lumière on April 19th which will be followed by a screening of CARMEN on April 22nd.
We have three copies of the trilogy up to grabs.
Warning: If you get sandy in the privates about any minute detail being revealed as a "spoiler", then avoid the rest of this story because I'll be talking about the nature of the alien threat that will plague The Avengers this summer.
Tis but a week to go until The Avengers finally get out their screwdrivers and show us their assembling skills, and to celebrate the film’s impending release Texas-based art company Mondo has commissioned seven special Avengers posters.
Spider-Man has caught two new posters in his web this week, further highlighting that The Amazing Spider-Man does look pretty amazing.
The first image has been released from Gavin Hood’s Ender’s Game on the film's Tumblr page this week but, more of a tease, all we have been treated to is the image of a boys neck that has a some form of implant attached.
A whopping 27 new images of Marvel’s Avengers Assemble have been released online this week, which include a look at How I Met Your Mother’s Cobie Smulders as Maria Hill, the Hulk at his angriest, a lot of lasers, and the odd-looking antagonist Loki played by Tom Hiddleston.
It’s that time of year again. The Cannes Film Festival has announced the line-up for its 2012 event at a press conference in Paris yesterday morning.
Hitchcock, formerly titled the precise but offbeat Alfred Hitchcock and The Making of Psycho, is quickly becoming one of the most interesting movie projects on the horizon with a strong, varied cast leading one of the more fascinating stories in Hollywood history.
People.com has a first look at star Anthony Hopkins as The Master of Suspense himself, and it's a fairly astonishing job. The transformation, thanks to a mix of good make-up work and impeccable posture, turns a man who was last seen as Thor's one-eyed Norse super-dad into one of the greatest directors of all time.
George Washington is a fascinating figure in US history, leading the American victory over the British in the War of Independence, becoming the first President of the United States, threw a knife into Heaven and could kill with a stare. It's surprising that he has not been the focus of more films, but Darren Aronofsky looks set to change that.