The Sense Of An Ending Review

The Plot An old man enjoying the swansong of semi-retirement is distracted from his otherwise mundane and moderately happy daily existence by an unexpected letter bequeathing him a mysterious item in the will of an old acquaintance. The news triggers a profound reflection on long forgotten memories of first love and lost friends. The Good [...]

Gone Girl Review

The Plot When a beautiful young woman Amy Dunne suddenly disappears under suspicious circumstances her seemingly distraught husband soon finds himself at the centre of intense scrutiny from the press, public and police. As facts twist and become both more and less clear even audiences are gripped by the question, did Nick Dunne murder his [...]

Dakota Blue Richards Talks Erotic Comedy Chick Lit

Skins and Golden Compass  star Dakota Blue Richards spoke to Red Carpet News about her new erotic themed comedy Chick Lit. The film features a group of guys writing an erotic novel and hiring an attractive young woman to pose as the real author. Dakota perhaps predictably plays the sexy fake author. Dakota spoke to [...]

Eimear McBride Wins Fiction Prize

Irish novelist Eimear McBride won this year’s Bailey’s Women’s Prize For Fiction with her debut novel ‘A Girl Is A Half-formed Thing’. It took McBride nine years to get the finished book published and she took home the £30,000 prize at tonight’s awards ceremony. McBride beat out stiff competition from the other shortlisted titles, which [...]

Madonna To Direct Ade: A Love Story

Madonna is set to direct her third feature film, adapting Rebecca Walker’s book Ade: A Love Story. Walker is the daughter of The Color Purple author Alice Walker and is reportedly attached to produce the big screen adaptation of her debut novel. The book centers on a troubled romance between an American student and young [...]

Del Toro and Kaufman for Slaughterhouse-Five

Guillermo Del Toro will reportedly have help from writer Charlie Kaufman (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind) in finally making an adaptation of Kurt Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse-Five for Universal. Here’s what the acclaimed director had to say about one of his many long gestating projects in a recent interview: “Charlie and I talked for about an [...]

Shane Black To Direct Doc Savage Movie

Following the absurdly lucrative success of Iron Man 3 Director Shane Black will reportedly now take on a very different kind of hero, in the shape of 1930s radio and comicbook icon Doc Savage. Sony is eager to revitalize the once popular character, previously seen on screen in a campy 1975 big screen outing Doc Savage: The [...]

Ender’s Game Official Teaser Trailer

The big screen adaptation of classic science fiction book Ender’s Game has it’s first official teaser trailer below. The film directed by Gavin Hood and based on Orson Scott Card’s novel is set 70 years after a horrific alien war and follows an unusually gifted child who is sent to an advanced military school in space to prepare for a future invasion. The film’s [...]

Filth Trailer

Check out the first official trailer for Filth, the big screen adaptation of Irvine Welsh’s novel, starring James McAvoy as depraved cop, trying to solve a brutal murder whilst winning himself a promotion. Directed by Jon S. Baird the film also stars Jamie Bell, Imogen Poots, Jim Broadbent, EddieMarson, Martin Compston and Kate Dickie. Check [...]

Ender’s Game Poster & Director’s Update

The big screen adaptation of classic science fiction book Ender’s Game has it’s first official poster above. The film directed by Gavin Hood and based on Orson Scott Card’s novel is set 70 years after a horrific alien war and follows an unusually gifted child who is sent to an advanced military school in space to prepare [...]