The film of "Cloud Atlas", David Mitchell's six storied Russian doll of a novel, was always going to need more than one banner.
They've given us seven.
The list was drawn up, the names were considered, and a decision has been made.
Casino Royale's theme by Chris Cornell was great. As a bid to return legitimacy to the franchise it was a rousing statement of intent; backed by a classic opening title sequence.
Quantum of Solace's theme felt like it was trying too hard to be radical, it never felt right for Bond, but then Quantum of Solace never felt like a Bond film.
Adele looks set to course correct the franchise's audio-identity with her theme; titled Skyfall.
Hi-Yo Silver, away! Gore Verbinski's The Lone Ranger had a rough journey from conception to production but you would not know it from looking at these official new images from the film.
Benedict Cumberbatch, Sherlock star and future Trek villain, spoke to Total Film about the curious method of performance capture when playing the menacing dragon Smaug in The Hobbit trilogy.
Following the humourous and nostalgic achievement that was Moonrise Kingdom, the filmy districts of the World Wide Web (avoid them at night, never go alone) have been practically aglow with cast rumours about Wes Anderson's next project, The Grand Budapest Hotel.
Elizabeth Olsen has been chatting to Empire about the remake of Oldboy and the differences between the original Korean classic and Spike Lee’s new version.
Comic book movies are a particular strain of cinematic indulgence which people tend to be very opinionated about, and while there are genre-defining classics which most people can all agree kick a great deal of backside, there are those films which the same people love to despise. How about you? Personally I am able to find entertainment value in almost anything (Hell, I've seen most of the 80s Joseph Lai Ninja films, so you get an idea of how far my pain threshold goes with films), but even I have limits, which I discovered when sitting through the Halle Berry abberation CATWOMAN. No wonder DC Comics based films are so few and far between – who'd want to finance something that could turn out so spectacularly awful? Presented here are ten comic book movies which seem to generate fury the scale of which would make Galactus weep.
The Knot is not Bridesmaids, it’s not The Hangover, it’s not even The Wedding Video, Confetti or The Decoy Bride.
Was it a good idea to think there was still room in the multiplex for yet another film about accident-prone wedding preparations being home videoed, with much hilarity ensuing? Again not, with hindsight.