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A new trailer is here for Jason Flemyng’s vampire opus, Eat Local, and it’s packing some heavy weaponry to go along with its fangs. Flemyng directs the film, which stars “Daredevil‘s” Charlie Cox alongside Mackenzie Crook (Pirates of the Caribbean,… Continue Reading →
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- Steve Barton
Author: Thomas Alexander
So The 89th Annual Academy Awards left us all shocked at that ending but there is the upside of countless memes and the realisation of how overrated Meryl Streep is… This years’ Oscar ceremony, by and large, can be considered a success under the hosting of Jimmy Kimmel, who skilfully planted a few political jibes at the expense of President Trump but also brought his ‘rivalry’ with Matt Damon to a global stage.
As we reflect and struggle to remember an Oscars where we didn’t at least nod off once or twice, we look ahead to next year and who will take over hosting duties.
There is a proven track record of hosting and doing so with success as four stints at the helm of the Golden Globes has shown. As big as the Golden Globes are it wouldn’t be too far-fetched an »
- Thomas Alexander
Jason Flemyng, best known for his collaborations with Matthew Vaughn and roles in such pics as X-Men: First Class and Lock, Stock And Two Smoking Barrels, recently sank his teeth into directing with vampire thriller Eat Local. We now have the first ever images from the film, which features “Daredevil‘s” Charlie Cox starring alongside Mackenzie Crook (Pirates Of The Caribbean, “Game […] »
- Brad Miska
3 items from 2017
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