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Captain America:The Winter Soldier - Black Widow featurette released
3 hours ago
A new promotional clip for Captain America: The Winter Soldier has been unveiled.
Despite collaborating on "many different missions" in the intervening period, Chris Evans adds that the duo are still "an odd pairing".
"[Black Widow] has very questionable morality and makes a living lying," he continues, "Captain couldn't do it if he tried."
"[She's] a very strong, independent, intelligent woman who has seen the darkest places," adds Johansson, "and we get to play with that a little bit."
The film also introduces a new ally alongside Evans and Johansson's partnership, the Falcon (played by Anthony Mackie).
The Amazing Spider-Man 2: New Stan Lee-narrated videos unveiled
4 hours ago
Three new promos for the upcoming Amazing Spider-Man 2 have been released online.
The videos originated from tie-in game Kellogg's The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Web-Slinging Game.
The first one focuses on villainous heir - and Peter Parker's former best friend - Harry Osborn (Dane DeHaan), and his acquisition of the Oscorp Industries experimental research empire.
Lee's voiceover describes how Spider-Man has repeatedly saved New York City, before teasing the fact that he may be about to come up against his most resilient foes yet. »
James Corden joins Nicholas Hoult in John Niven's Kill Your Friends
4 hours ago
Corden stars alongside previously-confirmed Hoult, who was announced last month as protagonist Steven Stelfox. Niven has adapted the screenplay from his own novel
The film is set in London circa 1997 and explores the dark side of the Britpop era. During a time when British music was on a winning streak and those involved believed they could do no wrong, A&R agent Stelfox discovers it can all come crashing down.
Production on the film will begin next week and continues in London over the next five weeks.
Producer Gregor Cameron »
Oscars 2015: 5 early predictions for next year's nominations
4 hours ago
We know you've barely recovered from this year's selfie and pizza shenanigans, and it's really too early to start thinking about next year's Academy Awards without risking serious mental health repercussions.
But next awards season is already looking sort of exciting. There are new offerings from Paul Thomas Anderson and Christopher Nolan, a David Fincher adaptation of our favourite book from last year, and the role that may very well net Benedict Cumberbatch his first Oscar nomination. Enticed? Read on...
For eight years, Christopher Nolan alternated Batman chapters with standalone sci-fi projects, and now that his Dark Knight trilogy is wrapped up, he theoretically has carte blanche to explore original stories for the forseeable future. First up is Interstellar, a time travel-based sci-fi which has been described as Nolan's "most ambitious film yet".
Nolan's similarly ambitious Inception earned a Best Picture nomination in 2011, and with a cast led by »
The future of movie sound: How Dolby Atmos makes Gravity more awesome
5 hours ago
George Lucas once said that "the sound and music are 50% of the entertainment in a movie", and a recent trip to see Gravity backed up by a Dolby Atmos sound system left us very much in agreement with him.
What exactly is Atmos? Think of it as a totally different way of doing cinema sound, where rather than looking at individual channels of audio, sound exists in a 3D space that wraps completely around your head.
For visual effects-packed movies like Gravity, it can completely change the cinema-going experience. People talk about movies that you "must see at the cinema", and pairing up Gravity with Atmos definitely puts it in that category.
The system works by placing speakers both above your head, as well as behind the cinema screen itself, and all the way around to the back of the room. The end result is a sound setup which lets »
Sharknado 2 premiere date announced, Perez Hilton to cameo
6 hours ago
Syfy has confirmed the Us premiere date of Sharknado 2: The Second One.
The B-movie sequel will air on Thursday, July 31 at 9pm Pt, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The original Sharknado premiered in July 2013, telling the story of a waterspout that lifts sharks out of the ocean, landing them on the streets of Los Angeles.
Sharknado 2 will centre around a new freak weather system that sends sharks onto the streets of New York City.
Avengers 2 actor takes second villain role in Agent 47
7 hours ago
The film will mark his second villain role after recently signing on to play Baron Strucker in Avengers: The Age of Ultron.
Kretschmann will play Le Clerq - the chairman of an organisation called Syndicate International - in the sequel to the 2007 film. Quinto will also take on a villainous role.
The actor can currently be seen in the Russian movie Stalingrad.
Kretschmann has signed a multi-film deal with Marvel Studios, and believes there are specific plans for Von Strucker in later movies.
Uma Thurman in talks for Jesse Eisenberg action comedy American Ultra
8 hours ago
The film centres around a stoner (Eisenberg) who, with his girlfriend (Stewart), becomes the target of a government agency when his past comes back to haunt him.
Thurman will take on the role of a government worker who spearheaded a secret programme to create 'sleeper warriors'. When her 'children' are targeted for erasure, she sets out to protect them.
American Ultra will begin shooting on April 14. »
Jude Law in talks for Melissa McCarthy spy comedy Susan Cooper
8 hours ago
McCarthy will play the titular spy, who is unwillingly paired with another agent (Statham).
The project has been described as "realistic" rather than a spoof, and is being developed as a potential franchise.
20th Century Fox's Susan Cooper is scheduled for release on May 22, 2015.
Lego: The Hobbit unveils buddy-up trailer
8 hours ago
Lego: The Hobbit has released a buddy-up trailer.
The video unveils the new abilities and special moves that can be performed by teaming up Thorin Oakenshield and his Dwarf companions in the Warner Bros game.
The game features the first two Hobbit films, with playable characters including Bilbo, Gandalf, Thorin and the other dwarves, each of whom will have their own unique abilities.
Middle-earth was previously recreated in Lego: Lord of the Rings, which made its console and PC debut last year.
It was followed by a recent iOS Lego: Lord of the Rings port, which launched earlier this month.
Lego: The Hobbit preview: A return to Middle-earth
Watch a trailer for Lego: The Hobbit: »
Aaron Paul, wife turn Need for Speed premiere into drive-through
11 hours ago
The couple drove up the red carpet in the classic blue car before greeting fans and posing for photographers at the Tcl Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles.
Model and charity campaigner Parsekian dazzled in a sheer black floor-length dress while Breaking Bad's Paul looked dapper in a three piece suit.
Need for Speed, based on EA's popular racing video game series, sees mechanic Tobey (Paul) in a cross-country race against time, seeking revenge on a rival (Dominic Cooper) who framed him for manslaughter.
Co-stars at the screening included Cooper, Keaton and British actress Poots, looking ethereal in a Grecian-style pale blue Nina Ricci gown. »
The Legend of Hercules: Kellan Lutz in world exclusive clip
11 hours ago
The Legend on Hercules is showing in the Us now and will open in UK cinemas on March 28. »
Andrew Garfield rewrote 'exploitative' Batkid Oscars segment?
12 hours ago
Andrew Garfield reportedly opposed plans for the Oscars Batkid segment.
The Amazing Spider-Man actor arrived at rehearsals for the awards ceremony with a rewritten script, believing the original to be exploitative, insiders told The Wrap.
The show's producers apparently requested that Garfield revert to the first script for the segment featuring 5-year-old cancer survivor Miles 'Batkid' Scott.
He did not immediately respond, but is later said to have agreed. However, the Academy decided to cut the entire segment and replace it with a speech by Captain America: The Winter Soldier's Chris Evans.
Yesterday, Garfield responded to "lying" reports that he had pulled out of the segment.
His rep Rupert Fowler said that "Andrew and Miles were equally upset" by the removal of the segment, and that Garfield joined Batkid and his family at Disneyland on Monday.
Scott became an internet celebrity in November after being treated to a crime-fighting »
Wes Anderson movie music jukebox - Spotify playlist
13 hours ago
It's a change of pace for the American filmmaker, who traditionally has married his unique visual style with striking music tracks to strike up nostalgia and emotion in the viewer.
The likes of David Bowie, David Bowie in Portuguese (thanks to Seu Jorge), The Rolling Stones, Cat Stevens and The Proclaimers have all backed Wes Anderson sequences, while the director himself has a tribute song from Italian band I Cani.
"I want to live in a Wes Anderson film, see you in slow motion when you get off the train," they croon in an homage to the final shot of his movies ending in slow motion.
In our own tribute to Anderson, we've curated a Spotify playlist offering up a collection »
Fantastic Four's Michael B Jordan on criticism: 'It's a continuity thing'
13 hours ago
The Fruitvale Station actor has put most of the controversy over his role as the Human Torch down to fans' concerns about continuity.
"It was expected," he told Cinefilos. "You kind of know going into it that people are used to seeing something one way.
"It's a continuity thing more than anything. People don't like change too much.
"But annoyed? Eh, just kind of accept it. It is what it is. You can't make everybody happy. You just got to accept that and know.
"I'm an actor. I have to do my job. I'm going to do my job the best I can and the way I've been doing it my entire life, my entire career.
"I grew up a comic book guy. I read comic books as a kid growing up, and the Human Torch is one of »
The Last of Us movie to be produced by Sam Raimi, Screen Gems
13 hours ago
The PlayStation 3 exclusive title, which has sold more than 4 million units since its release last year, centres on pandemic survivors Joel and Ellie as they make their way through a post-apocalyptic America.
Neil Druckman, who worked as creative director on the game, will write the script for the adaptation and Naughty Dog co-presidents Evan Wells and Christophe Balestra will serve as "creative architects" for the project, according to Deadline.
"Screen Gems' Brian Dukes and Eric Ling brought this game to my attention insisting we go after it, and when I saw the quality of the storytelling, I knew the audience for this project was far greater than just the gaming community and that Neil Druckmann must write the screenplay," said Screen Gems president Clint Culpepper.
"I am »
Locke: Tom Hardy won't be coming home in new trailer - watch
13 hours ago
The Dark Knight Rises actor stars in the film about a long, night time drive across the country.
The film centres around a Welsh building site manager (Hardy) who receives concerned calls from family and colleagues during his mysterious journey.
Hardy will work with Knight again on the second series of British crime drama Peaky Blinders.
Locke will open in UK cinemas on April 18. »
Kristin Davis: 'Sex and the City feels unfinished'
15 hours ago
Speaking on This Morning yesterday (March 6), the 49-year-old said that she felt the story remains "unfinished".
The actress - who is due to appear in the West End adaptation of Fatal Attraction - said it was always a "big struggle" for four women over 40 to lead the franchise.
"Would I do another? Of course! We'd be thrilled if there was another," the actress explained. "I think in our hearts - actually I shouldn't speak for all of us - but I feel like it's unfinished. I feel that way, and I don't know if I would feel that way if the fans weren't supportive.
"But maybe because everyone talks to me every day about it, it still feels so relevant in some way... so it feels unfinished a little bit. »
Idris Elba to voice killer tiger Shere Khan in Disney's Jungle Book reboot
20 hours ago
He will also be among the mentors in new Sky1 talent show Launching People.
Kevin Spacey praises Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor: 'He will own it'
21 hours ago
Speaking to Empire, Spacey defended the casting of Eisenberg as Lex Luthor.
"First of all, I think [Jesse Eisenberg] is a remarkable actor," Spacey said.
The star continued: "He's just going to f**king own it. I think it's a great idea and I wish him the best with it."
Batman vs Superman will open in cinemas on May 6, 2016.
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