With the release of the final Twilight film, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2, set to be released later this year, Summit Entertainment has revealed three new character posters of the film’s main characters, Bella, Edward and Jacob.
Did you hear what The Hunger Games sequel has been called? That’s right, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. Who’d have guessed?
We may have seen and heard a lot about Emma Watson and Daniel Radcliffe since their Harry Potter days, but now it’s Rupert Grint’s turn for some time in the post-Ron Weasley spotlight.
The actor has a couple of projects lined up – the first in Fredrik Bond’s action-comedy-romance The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman and the second in the music biopic CBGB. Want to know more? Good.
To celebrate the release of the superbly chilly Woman in Black, we have a Blu-ray copy to give away. And you have three ways of winning it.
This highly anticipated big screen adaptation of Susan Hill's classic novel tells the tale of Arthur Kipps (Radcliffe), a lawyer who is forced to leave his young son and travel to a remote village to attend to the affairs of the recently deceased owner of Eel Marsh House.
Working alone in the old mansion, Kipps begins to uncover the town’s tragic and tortured secrets and his fears escalate when he discovers that local children have been dying under mysterious circumstances. When those closest to him become threatened by the vengeful woman in black, Kipps must find a way to break the cycle of terror.
This film has been a monumental success in Australia: its highest grossing film of 2011 and its 7th best-selling movie of all time. It was part of the Official Selection at the Berlin Film Festival 2011, winning the Best Picture Award at the AACTA 2012 and taking an impressive six awards (including Best Film) at the Inside Film Australian Film Awards. The film follows the legendary life of an Australian kelpie dog who roams the harsh and uncompromising mining frontier, uniting a group of 'dirty, drunken' miners. Related in flashback form, we follow the canine as he journeys through Western Australia to find his master, played by Josh Lucas (Sweet Home Alabama), who dies in an accident.
What with one thing and another, this promises to be summer of high patriotic sentiment. In recognition of this public mood, those nice people at Studiocanal, in association with The Independent Cinema Office, have organized a special season of screenings in celebration of classic British cinema at selected venues across the country in between the Jubilee Bank Holiday weekend and the Olympics.
No sense in letting the grass grow under your feet, eh? With The Avengers doing mighty business around the world, Marvel are getting stuck into the third outing for of their most bankable property - Iron Man 3 has begun shooting in Wilmington, Carolina and through a mixture of official releases and unofficial set gossip we can start to fill in the cast and have a stab at who Tony Stark is going to be doing battle with. Beware: there are potential spoilers ahoy.
"I believe even the most rational mind can play tricks in the dark..."
Very few names in the history of cinema have the same evocative effect as that of Hammer Horror. In the 1950s, Hammer struck gold with a string of major box-office smashes in the horror genre - huge hit films such as the Quatermass Xperiment (1955), The Curse of Frankenstein (1956), Dracula (1958) and The Mummy (1959) - as the studio made stars (and millions in revenue) out of the likes of Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing and Ingrid Pitt along the way. After a prolific series of portmanteau films from the iconic horror brand in the 1950s and 60s - the Dracula and Frankenstein franchises alone spawned fourteen sequels between them - tastes began to change; both audiences and film-makers alike shyed away from the now-unfashionable Gothic horror popularised by Hammer, preferring to ride the unnerving and enigmatic wave of the 1970s, an altogether more esoteric decade for the horror genre - typified by such films as The Exorcist (1973), The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1975), and Suspiria (1977).
Yes. Another Dark Knight Rises poster. Just roll with it, OK?