Acclaimed director Isao Takahata’s first film in fourteen years is the Academy Award nominated The Tale of The Princess Kaguya. In 1985, Takahata was one of the founding fathers of animation hothouse Studio Ghibli along with fellow director Hayao Miyazaki and producer Toshio Suzuki Miyazaki, 74, announced his retirement in 2013 and Takahata, who will [...]
‘Biopic’ dramas, based on the lives of real people, have picked up more top prizes at the 41st Broadcasting Press Guild Awards, voted for by journalists who write about TV and radio. This morning winners and BPG members attended a celebratory lunch sponsored by the Discovery Channel. Hard on the heels of Eddie Redmayne’s Oscar and BAFTA success for his portrayal [...]
Adam Sandler continues his proud cinematic exploration of family dysfunction and accents of questionable origin with the follow up to Sony’s supernatural animation Hotel Transylvania. The first look at the new film sees Sandler’s well meaning Dracula adapting to life as a grandparent with a little help from his entourage of fellow iconic monsters.
Star Wars producers have confirmed that Rogue One is the official title of the previously announced Star Was Spin off set to be directed by Gareth Edwards. The Monsters and Godzilla director will take charge of the film which will star recent Oscar nominee Felicity Jones. New film Rogue One will be the first of many planned Disney [...]