Camp X-Ray Review

The Plot A young American soldier stationed as a guard at Guantanamo Bay finds herself discovering an unlikely and at times reluctant connection with one particular ‘detainee’, throwing into question her view of right and wrong. The Good Guantanamo Bay and the questionable ethics behind America’s infamous prison camp for ‘evil doers’ has been the [...]

Jackie Chan wants Brett Ratner or Will Smith to direct Karate Kid 2

Speaking to Red Carpet News during a recent appearance at the BFI in London martial arts superstar Jackie Chan confirmed that while he won’t direct the American set sequel to The Karate Kid due to his lack of cultural understanding, he’d welcome either frequent collaborate Brett Ratner or Will Smith as directors. With Ratner recently [...]

Spielberg & Cranston set for TV Miniseries

Steven Spielberg is set to turn Tony winning play All the Way into a new mini-series. The play focuses on Lyndon B. Johnson and originally starred Bryan Cranston as the American president during its initial Broadway run. The Breaking Bad star is expected to reprise the role for the small screen adaptation. It remains to [...]

24: Live Another Day Trailer

The return of the world’s most fatigued and gravel voiced Counter Terrorism Agent Jack Bauer at last has a real trailer. Fox have released this one minute teaser for the new 24  mini-series 24: Live Another Day. After years in hiding as an international fugitive Bauer resurfaces in London in an effort to stop a [...]

Creator Martine Brant Talks New Worlds

In mini-series The Devil’s Whore, Martine Brant and Peter Flannery charted the bloody progress of the English Civil War, in the much anticipated sequel New Worlds they pick up that account 20 years after the end of the war with violent tensions brewing in both England and dangerous new territories of Massachusetts. Red Carpet News were [...]

Olympus Has Fallen Review

The Plot: A disgraced secret service agent finds himself at the center of a terrorist takeover of the White House 18 months after he failed to save the First Lady during a freak car accident. With the FBI, Navy Seals and Homeland Security outgunned and outsmarted, the President and his young son are both taken [...]

Frank Langella joins Reykjavik cast

Frank Langella has reportedly signed on to star alongside Michael Douglas and Christoph Waltz in Mike Newell’s cold war drama Reykjavik. Set in 1986 the film tells the story of the dramatic peace summit between American President Ronald Regan and Soviet Union leader Mikhail Gorbachev . Langella is no stranger to political drama, having put [...]

Daniel Day-Lewis Calls For More Hospice Care

Steven Spielberg’s historical masterpiece Lincoln looks set to dominate this year’s academy awards, with Daniel Day-Lewis seen as an inevitable winner of his third best actor award for his flawless performance as America’s most iconic president. Speaking in Dublin on the red carpet at the charity European premiere of film, the acclaimed method actor opened [...]

Zero Dark Thirty Review

The Plot: Inspired by actual events a determined CIA agent leads the global hunt for terrorist mastermind Osama Bin laden. She must confront indecisive superiors, well trained terrorists and the harsh realities of brutal interrogations in her quest for justice. Her mission ultimately climaxes in one of the most infamous military assaults in human history. [...]

Jack Reacher Review

The Plot: In a fabulously fun take on Lee Child’s novel One Shot, Tom Cruise plays a hardened former military investigator Jack Reacher. When an ex-soldier shoots five innocent civilians in broad daylight, Reacher returns to the US to make sure the man responsible is brought to justice. However all is not as it seems… [...]