Reese Witherspoon and Ryan Reynolds have been cast in the upcoming indie film Big Eyes, written by Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski.
The adaptation of Stephen King's post-apocalyptic epic The Stand has found itself a screenwriter in the form of David Kajganich.
Do you like the idea of Daniel Radcliffe, but intensely dislike wizards? Then Momentum Pictures has the competition for you.
All you have to do is turn up (as early as possible) to the worldwide premiere of Radcliffe’s latest: spooky ghost story The Woman in Black. Come dressed as your interpretation of the aforementioned scary lady for a chance to win (top tip:wear black).
Would you rather be shot or stabbed? Either way it’s agonizing and bloody, right? So why are the Lifetime Network opting for two equally painful choices in the casting of an Elizabeth Taylor biopic?
The final poster for the adaptation of The Hunger Games has been released. If you’re not keen on GIGANTIC FACES this might not be one for you, and the internet has rightly scoffed it’s too similar to Robin Hood. But focus issues aside, it does nothing to quell the bubbling excitement of fans of Suzanne Colin’s novel, and their impatient countdown until the film is released on March 23rd.
We have been given a set of merchandise for Daniel Radcliffe's new film, Woman in Black. The film features Harry, ahem, Daniel as a young lawyer who travels to a remote village where he discovers the vengeful ghost of a scorned woman is terrorizing the locals. The film is pretty darned scary, too - Alex caught it a while ago and is still telling us how good it is. Review to come but this is definitely a film to keep an eye on.
Valentine’s Day comes every year, but the dilemma remains… what to do? Skip the expensive night out and plan the perfect night in with LOVE BIRDS and YOU INSTEAD, as these two romantic comedies come to DVD on 23 January, from Icon Home Entertainment. And we have two copies of each DVD and a couple of You Instead t-shirts too give away to two lucky, lovestruck readers.
Given that Roman Polanski can’t enter the US without being arrested, this Brooklyn-based comedy couldn’t be better suited to being trick-shot. Set in a single apartment and presented in real time, Carnage tells of the conflict that develops between two pairs of parents when they meet in the aftermath of a fight between their children. Based on a hit play by Yazmina Reza, and with a wonderful cast, Polanski manages to take what could be an off-putting concept and deliver something exceptionally amusing and entertaining.
In the midst of awards season, there invariably emerge a few gong hungry stinkers that spoil the party. This week perhaps sees the most flagrant of this year’s bunch with the release of Clint Eastwood’s J.Edgar, a biopic of the FBI’s “is he gay or isn’t he” founding father J.Edgar Hoover. We’re also treated, in the loosest sense of the word, to Madonna’s second directorial feature, W.E., Steven Soderbergh’s kick ass pic Haywire which can only be an improvement on the woeful Contagion which he inflicted upon us with last year and Ralph Fiennes’ take on Shakespeare’s epic tragedy Coriolanus.