Iron Man 3's teaser trailer is expected to hit sometime tomorrow and, in anticipation, Marvel have released a menagerie of promotional material.
The 56th BFI London Film Festival bowed out after its 12-day run at venues all over London with an awards ceremony at Banqueting House, Whitehall hosted by comedian Sue Perkins.
The Best Film award, celebrating the most original, intelligent and distinctive filmmaking in the Festival, awarded for the fourth time this year, went to Rust and Bone, directed by Jacques Audiard and starring Marion Cotillard. It was the second win for Audiard, who won in 2009 for A Prophet. Audiard was praised as a filmmaker who had integrated every element of the process to make a film full of heart, violence and love.
End of Watch begins with the tensest ever police car chase through the meanest of Los Angeles backstreets, shot dizzyingly with a webcam pinned to the uniform of one of the officers – Brian (an intense Jake Gyllenhaal, combining sensitive and intellectual with hard). The opening chase ends abruptly when they shoot the young guys in the car. We never find out what they had done and it shows how brutal Brian and his partner and close friend, Latino Mike (chirpy, home-loving Michael Peña) can be.