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New Joy trailer, plus Jennifer Lawrence on working with David O’Russell

7 hours ago

New Joy trailer: Jennifer Lawrence stars in the upcoming drama from David O’Russell. New Joy trailer

The new Joy trailer, the upcoming real-life drama from director David O’Russell, which reunites him with his Silver Lining’s Playbook, and American Hustle star Jennifer Lawrence, has just gone online.

This new, one-minute long promo is entitled ‘Success,’ and also features the familiar faces of Robert De Niro and Bradley Cooper, who also both re-team with Lawrence and helmer O’Russell.

Check out the new Joy trailer below.

In additional news, Lawrence has been talking about working with her long-time collaborator O’Russell in a new interview which Entertainment Weekly picked up on.

“I’ll do anything with you until you die,” Lawrence told Russell Saturday during a Q&A that followed the first screening of Joy, “it’s sweet and f—ed up,” she added.

“David and I will never, »

- Paul Heath

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Infographic shows off the most iconic furniture in film & TV

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The guys over at Oldrids have compiled this cool new infographic for the most iconic furniture in film an television. You’d be surprised as to how these subtle pieces of the look of the movie make or break a film or television programme’s look. These 12 pieces of furniture, which we’re sure still exist in some dark Hollywood warehouse somewhere, are truly iconic and help define the production they were featured in.

Read on.

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Cool Infographic: Bookworm Vs. Film Buff

9 hours ago

The folks over at Cartridge Discount have produced a cool infographic which takes a look a the medium of books compared to film, and which is the better way to spend your time. Personally, we dig both as they are of course very different mediums, but this graphic throws some stats our way to argue each case…

Take a look. It’s an interesting read.

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Before They Were Super: The Marvel Edition

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Before they were Super: Marvel Edition

It’s hard to believe that for most of the nineties the superhero film was laughed at. The films released were on the whole overtly camp and heavily featured spandex. Somewhere around the early noughties however, that trend started to change and the superhero movie started to gain respect. Nowadays we barely go a month without a new superhero movie hitting cinemas. The films rake in big box-office takings and have made stars of the likes of Chris EvansJeremy Renner and Hugh Jackman.

They may be mega-stars now, but what were they up to before they became super? We’ve compiled a list of just what Star-Lord, Thor, Ant-Man and a whole heap of other superhero actors were up to before they were snapped up to join the Marvel universe. Unluckily for some there are a few skeletons that they would probably rather »

- Kat Hughes

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New Grandma trailer lands with a brand new poster

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Grandma trailer: Lily Tomlin stars in one of the funniest films of 2015. Grandma trailer

One of the biggest surprises at this year’s BFI London Film Festival was Paul Weitz‘s Grandma, a film that we reviewed very favourably at the time. The Lily Tomlin-led movie arrives in cinemas from next Friday December 11th, and we have a brand new trailer and poster to share with you.

Tomlin leads an all-star cast that also includes Julia Garner and Marcia Gay Harden.

Check out the new Grandma trailer below. First, here’s the synopsis.

Elle Reid (Tomlin) has just gotten through breaking up with her girlfriend when her granddaughter Sage (Garner) unexpectedly shows up needing 600 dollars before sundown. Temporarily broke, Grandma Elle and Sage spend the day trying to get their hands on the cash as their unannounced visits to old friends and flames end up rattling skeletons and digging up secrets. »

- Paul Heath

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Virtual Reality: The Past, Present & Future

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Novelty gift shop Hawkin’s Bazaar has compiled an in-depth article looking at the rich history of virtual reality and its technology.

Starting at the beginning of the virtual reality boom in the 1950s, the article tracks the many great developments in the field. From Morton Heilig’s pioneering Sensorama in 1957 to the Oculus Rift and PlayStation Vr in 2014, the most important and influential creations all feature.

As well as tracking the origins of virtual reality, the piece also looks at the little-known benefits the technology offers. In addition to enhancing gaming and movies, new developments are making waves in manufacturing, healthcare and education sectors.

Just a few years ago, virtual reality was a mysterious concept that was reserved almost solely for sci-fi movies. However, as technology has developed and media coverage has greatened, we have grown accustomed to this once foreign idea.

But what exactly is virtual reality? Is »

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The Force Awakens retro posters; A ’77 feel to new designs

13 hours ago

Lucasfilm release three Force Awakens retro posters to celebrate the release of the first Star Wars movie in 12 years. Star Wars: The Force Awakens retro posters

The new Star Wars movie is now less than three weeks away, and we’re all starting to get pretty excited. Well the folks at Lucasfilm and Disney are aceing it in terms of their promotion, and today upped that by one more level by releasing these three cool The Force Awakens retro posters.

It’s almost like it’s 1977 all over again with these cool designs, which are very similar to those used to promote Star Wars: A New Hope nearly forty years ago.

These Force Awakens retro posters have obviously been released for the Us market (judging by the release date), and are sure to become collectors items in the future.

Star Wars: The Force Awakens will be released in the »

- Paul Heath

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The Revenant TV spot plus over a dozen new images

14 hours ago

The Revenant TV spot: Fox fires up the promotional activity on the Oscar hopeful.

The Revenant is sure to be one of the most anticipated movies of the first part of 2016. The film, which stars Leonardo Dicaprio and Tom Hardy, is a strong contender come awards season with its limited December 25th, 2015 release making it eligible for all of the awards come January and February next year.

A brand new TV spot aired during the mid-season finale of The Walking Dead on AMC last night, and we’ve just received a bunch of new images from the movie too.

Inspired by true events, The Revenant is an immersive and visceral cinematic experience capturing one man’s epic adventure of survival and the extraordinary power of the human spirit. In an expedition to the uncharted American wilderness, legendary explorer Hugh Glass is brutally attacked by a bear and left for dead »

- Paul Heath

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Theatre Review: The Tiger Who Came To Tea

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The Tiger Who Came To Tea theatre review: Young children will be mesmerised from start to finish. Tiger Who Came To Tea theatre review

This is a brilliantly engaging adaptation of the firm family favorite book ‘The Tiger Who Came To Tea’ written by Judith Kerr (author of the Mog series of books).

The scenery and music is delightful at transporting the audience back to the realm of storyland as children enter with exclaims of – ‘it’s the kitchen’.  The stage is dressed as if it has been directly lifted from the pages of the book and is immediately recognisable to children and adults who are familiar with the story.  The sense of expectation from the audience is high. Will the children like it?  Will it be as engaging as the book?  Will it disappoint parents or children?  This show does not fail to deliver and exceeds all expectations.

The »

- Katey Thompson

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