Monuments Men Join Elgin Marbles Debate

George Clooney, Matt Damon and Bill Murray spoke about the controversial debate over whether the British Government should return cultural landmark the Elgin Marbles to their ancestral home in Greece, during a London press conference to promote their new historical drama The Monuments Men.   The film deals with the adventures of a group of [...]

Shia LaBeouf Walks Out On Press Conference

Shia LaBeouf continued his increasingly erratic recent behavior whilst promoting new film Nymphomaniac at the Berlin Film Festival. The troubled Transformers star walked out of an official press conference after only 10 minutes, having quoted enigmatic french footballer Eric Cantona. Cantona famously remarked “When the seagulls follow the trawler, it is because they think sardines [...]

James Franco Making Film About The Room

James Franco is reportedly eyeing up a project which will see him directing and co-producing a film centered around the making of Tommy Wiseau’s infamous cult classic, The Room. Franco’s production company has acquired the rights to The Disaster Artist: My Life Inside The Room a book written by one of the film’s ‘stars’ Greg Sistero. [...]

Robocop Review

The Plot: In the near future, OmiCorp, the world’s leading weapons manufacturer, sets out to create the first ever man/robot hybrid to protect the streets of America. But things soon go wrong when their test subject, family man Alex Murphy begins to go against the machine inside him. Joel Kinnaman dons the iconic suit in this [...]

Jonny Greenwood To Score Inherent Vice

Jonny Greenwood is reportedly set to continue his creative partnership with director Paul Thomas Anderson. The Radiohead musician turned film score composer has previously provided memorable soundtracks for both There Will Be Blood and The Master. Greenwood will reportedly take charge of the London Philharmonic Orchestra to provide the soundtrack for Anderson’s upcoming police drama [...]

The Lego Movie Review

The Plot: An ordinary LEGO minifigure, mistakenly thought to be an extraordinary MasterBuilder is recruited to join a quest to stop and evil LEGO tyrant from ridding the known world of imagination using a mysterious ultimate weapon. The Good: Directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller demonstrated their own extraordinary creative potential with surprise blockbuster hit [...]

Philip Seymour Hoffman Found Dead in New York

Oscar winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman died at his home in New York last night from a suspected drugs overdose. The news came as a tragic shock to his colleagues, family and fans. In an initial statement released by the acclaimed star’s family his partner Mimi O’Donnell and three children said: “We are devastated by [...]

London Critics’ Circle Film Awards Winners 2014

The 34th London Critics’s Circle Film Awards took place last night, with Steve McQueen’s slavery biopic 12 Year A Slave scooping top prize for Best Film, Actor and Supporting Actress.  Other key winners on the night included Filth, Gravity, The Selfish Giant and Gary Oldman receiving the Dilys Powell Award for Excellence in Film Full list on [...]

Mr Peabody & Sherman Director Interview

Director Robert Minkoff talks about Dreamworks new animated feature based on the cult classic animated series Mr Peabody and Sherman, soon to be released on 7th February. Modern Family star Ty Burrell provides the voice of Mr Peabody, a genius dog who adopt a young boy and take shares a series of crazy adventures thanks [...]

Dallas Buyers Club Review

The Plot: Matthew McConaughey delivers an award worthy performance in the inspiring true story of Ron Woodroof, an AIDS sufferer who desperately tries to help not only himself but others in his situation by obtaining ‘unapproved’ lifesaving medication, by any means possible. The Good: Much has already been said about Dallas Buyers Club over in [...]