Joyous news, fellow nerds! Joss Whedon has signed on to write and direct The Avengers 2!
After the success of 2007's Knocked Up, Judd Apatow and Seth Rogen's partnership showed no signs of slowing down. However, This Is 40 follows Knocked Up's supporting players, Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann - aka Pete and Debbie - the bickering husband and wife duo.
You could say that Josh Radnor is doing a Zach Braff, having been the lead in a very successful American TV show for the best part of a decade and writing and directing a(nother) film that is something of a Sundance darling.
After its recent, near-perfect trailer, a stunning new poster has been released for Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master.
It's been some time since I posted the gif of Christopher Nolan at the MTV Movie Awards, so here comes something equally superfluous and awesome.
Skyfall could have the makings of something special, a prestige director like Sam Mendes backed by Roger Deakins, arguably the best cinematographer working today, and a production intent on washing away the sour whiff of cat piss that Quantum of Solace left behind.
Keeping things classy, new stills have been released from a very slick-looking art book for Skyfall called "Bond On Set: Filming Skyfall" by photographer Greg Williams.
Daniel Day-Lewis looks so modest and calm when accepting awards, but he wins them so often I assume it's easy to feel relaxed in that environment. The Daniel Day-Lewis you see on film always seems like an enigma, how can such a mild-mannered fellow create such a dominant screen presence?
That conundrum continues with this first look at Day-Lewis in character as the lead of Steven Spielberg's long-awaited Presidential biopic on Abraham Lincoln, succinctly titled Lincoln.
The American remake of the South Korean Oldboy has been gestating for some time and now a leaked casting sheet for Spike Lee’s film provides some small hints as to its content.
Delicacy is a charming, refreshingly unpredictable romance that darts between heartbreak and humour as it explores loss, love and rebirth - and we have five copies to give away.
Nathalie (Audrey Tautou: Amélie, The Da Vinci Code) has a wonderful life. She is young, beautiful and has a deeply passionate marriage with Francois. But when her husband tragically dies in an accident, it brings her world crashing down. Picking up the pieces she throws herself completely into her work, and limits her emotional life to fending off the unwanted attentions of her boss.
#MTOS! What is it? What does it stand for? What's with the criss-cross thing?
Well folks, #MTOS is a film discussion that takes place on Sunday nights (UK Time) on Twitter. It stands for - drum roll please - Movie Talk On Sundays. As for the criss-cross thing, they were a terrible music act in the 90s that wore their jeans backwards.