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Maisie Williams talks playing Arya in Game Of Thrones Season 4

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In issue 219 of Total Film magazine, Game Of Thrones star Maisie Williams discusses how Arya has changed throughout the show so far. Inside the issue - which is available for just £1.99 on your iPad - Williams reveals that the character has evolved massively since she first auditioned for the role. "I feel like I'm playing a completely different Arya to the one I auditioned with," the 17-year-old tells Total Film. "She was constantly taking the piss out of [her sister] Sansa, having a laugh and telling it as it is. "Now I feel that's...

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Watch an exclusive Blue Ruin clip - 'The A-Team Gun'

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Revenge thriller Blue Ruin has been drawing critical acclaim aplenty since its debut at last year's Cannes Festival. So we're happy to bring you an exclusive clip for those horror or thriller fans with a taste for vengeance. The plot follows mysterious outsider Dwight Evans who returns to his childhood home to carry out an act of revenge. Before long, his surprisingly nifty assassin skills are put to the test as he fights to protect his estranged family. In the clip below, Dwight calls upon an old school friend to grab a gun - one he...

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Don Johnson talks Dakota Johnson in Fifty Shades of Grey

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As the female lead in the forthcoming mega-novel adaptation Fifty Shades of Grey, there's a whole host of expectation heaped on Dakota Johnson. But there's one famous actor who's definitely got her back - her father, Don Johnson. We recently spoke to the legendary actor about his forthcoming role in gritty noir thriller Cold in July, and he only had words of encouragement and praise for his daughter as she takes on her biggest role yet. "I'm exceedingly proud of my daughter. She's a gifted, gifted actress. I don't speak about the...

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Watch the first full trailer for The Rover

18 April 2014 7:39 AM, PDT

The first full-length trailer for David Michod's Sci-Fi Western The Rover is here. And it looks as gritty, brutal and gripping as we were hoping. Guy Pearce and Robert Pattinson show prominent dramatic chops in the trailer below, in a tale that follows a loner (Pearce) as he hunts down the gang who stole his car from a desolate town in the outback, with the forced assistance of a wounded man (Pattinson) left behind by said gang. It it's even half as brilliant as Michod's last film Animal Kingdom, we're in for a very interesting ride. ...

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Three new featurettes arrive for X-Men: Days Of Future Past: watch now

18 April 2014 1:49 AM, PDT

Fox has released a trio of new featurettes for X-Men: Days Of Future Past online, featuring a glut of previously unseen footage. The new videos contain a number of talking-head interviews with cast and crew, but the main draw here is the various snippets of new material, of which there are several. Watch out for some more of Peter Dinklage then, and the towering Sentinels his character, Boliver Trask, is responsible for creating. Take a look at the new featurettes, below… Needless to say, across the many...

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Marion Cotillard, Jeremy Renner and Joaquin Phoenix star in The Immigrant trailer: watch now

18 April 2014 1:36 AM, PDT

The first trailer has arrived from James Gray's period drama, The Immigrant, in which Marion Cotillard's Polish immigrant lands in 1920s America, alone and afraid after her sister is deported upon arrival. When Joaquin Phoenix offers her a way to stay in the country, things appear to be looking up, until it becomes clear which line of business her new benefactor is involved in. It turns out that Phoenix has embroiled her in the world of prostitution, with her only hope of escape coming in the form of his magician cousin, the dashing...

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Gareth Edwards talks "serious" Godzilla in new featurette: watch now

18 April 2014 1:16 AM, PDT

A new Godzilla featurette has been released online, in which director Gareth Edwards discusses the approach he took to the material, and his desire to treat it "seriously". Edwards refers to the original film's allegorical references to Hiroshima and Nagasaki as touching points for how a monster movie can be both hugely entertaining, but also have a serious point to make. With that in mind, for all the new film's mayhem and carnage, Edwards was determined to shoot it in as realistic a style as possible, so as to make the set-up more...

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First trailer arrives for Clint Eastwood's Jersey Boys: watch now

18 April 2014 1:02 AM, PDT

The first trailer has arrived online for Clint Eastwood's Jersey Boys, the big-screen adaptation of the hit stage musical following the story of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons. Following the group's meteoric rise through the '60s, thanks to the likes of Walk Like A Man and Sherry, the film will deal with the good times before eventually moving on to the strife that came with their success… And whether or not you're a fan of Valli's crooning, the dramatic meat on the bones of their rags to riches tale should be enough to keep...

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Zack Snyder updates on Batman vs. Superman

18 April 2014 12:46 AM, PDT

Zack Snyder has given an update on how things are progressing with Batman vs. Superman, revealing his excitement at seeing his titular heroes together for the first time. "Even just Batman and Superman standing next to each other… " marvels Snyder. "It’s kind of epic. You do sort of sense the weight of the pop culture iconography jumping out of its skin when you’re standing there looking at the two of them and Wonder Woman." "It’s crazy, but it’s fun. I mean, I have the first photo, I’ve got it in my archive because I was like,...

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Cannes 2014 line-up revealed

17 April 2014 4:26 AM, PDT

The official line-up for Cannes 2014 has been revealed. As ever, it's a varied and exciting bunch, mixing up established and classic festival directors with intriguing new mainstream projects. The biggest and most obvious showdown will be between two of the most esteemed British directors working today, as Ken Loach presents what's said to be his final feature film Jimmy's Hall - up against Mike Leigh, who'll be in attendance with biopic Mr. Turner about painter Jmw Turner starring Timothy Spall.  Both will compete for the Palme d'Or,...

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Rogue will appear in X-Men: Days Of Future Past after all

17 April 2014 12:29 AM, PDT

Rogue fans rejoice, as Vulture has confirmed that the energy-absorbing mutant has not been cut from X-Men: Days Of Future Past after all. Anna Paquin was always going to be a minor player in the new film, but it had seemed that she would be missing altogether when Bryan Singer described her involvement as "extraneous". However, he had teased that she would still be appearing in some capacity, and now Vulture reports that a Rogue cameo is still very much a part of the finished film. Without going into too much detail, it...

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Fox developing Mrs. Doubtfire 2

16 April 2014 11:46 PM, PDT

Fox is developing a sequel to Mrs. Doubtfire, some 21 years after the first film scored a whopping $219 million at the Us box office. According to The Wrap, Elf screenwriter David Berenbaum has penned a script, with Robin Williams set to return in the title role and Chris Columbus also on board to direct. The studio had initially tried to kick-start a sequel back in 2001, although it took until 2006 for a completed script to emerge, at which point it was rejected by Williams. Nothing more has happened on the project since then,...

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The Amazing Spider-Man 2's X-Men: Days of Future Past sting explained

16 April 2014 11:38 PM, PDT

Update: Any comic book movie fan who saw yesterday's news story about The Amazing Spider-Man 2 containing an X-Men: Days of Future Past credits scene would no doubt have been giddy at the possibility of the cinematic worlds overlapping. Alas, Variety reports it's coming from a far more contractual and legal motivation rather than creative. Variety reports that The Amazing Spider-Man 2 director Marc Webb had an existing contract with Fox Searchlight following his work on 500 (Days) of Summer. Following the success of his work on the first...

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First trailer for Eli Roth's cannibal horror The Green Inferno: watch now

16 April 2014 11:29 PM, PDT

The first trailer has arrived online for The Green Inferno, Eli Roth's tale of cannibal terror set in the Amazon rainforest. Roth's first directorial effort in six years, the new film will follow a group of student activists who travel from NYC to the rainforest in order to save an ancient tribe from extinction. However, it turns out that said tribe are actually cannibals, and have no great desire to be saved from anything… except starvation, that is. Take a look at the new trailer, below… This first trailer skirts around...

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Jerry Bruckheimer hoping to shoot Beverly Hills Cop 4 this year

16 April 2014 11:15 PM, PDT

Jerry Bruckheimer has been discussing a pair of massive projects in the form of Beverly Hills Cop 4 and Pirates Of The Caribbean 5, and has revealed that he hopes both will shoot this year. "We’re going to take Eddie [Murphy] back to Detroit," says Bruckheimer. "He’s going to be in Beverly Hills, so we’re going to have some fun with him.”  The producer went on to confirm that the script is nearly finished, and that the plan is to get cameras rolling by either late summer or early autumn. Meanwhile, the next Pirates Of The...

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Third Hobbit film may be getting a name change

16 April 2014 11:00 PM, PDT

New Line is apparently mulling over a name change for the third film in the Hobbit series, with the next instalment possibly becoming The Hobbit: Into The Fire. The film is currently titled The Hobbit: There And Back Again, but according to TheOneRing.net, New Line has just had the alternative title officially registered. As for the significance of the new moniker, it refers to a chapter title in Tolkien's original novel, and is also spoken in the film, in the context of "out of the frying pan"… Of course, it's possible that New...

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Godzilla's monsters revealed in merchandise line-up

16 April 2014 6:35 AM, PDT

Big fat ol' Spoiler Warning right up front. Godzilla's merchandise and toy range has been unveiled, and a couple of the movie's monster-related secrets seem to have been revealed in the process. The full array of toys and tie-ins can be seen over at SciFi Japan but check out some of our favourites below - including Godzilla's possible powers, tie-in clothing, child-sized toys, and **Another Spoiler Alert** our first clear glimpse at the beastie that Godzilla will be trading blows with. As ever, toy ranges can differ from the in-movie...

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Three new The Two Faces of January character posters revealed

16 April 2014 3:46 AM, PDT

The Two Faces of January looks like being one of the more beautiful, enigmatic of thrillers heading into cinemas. And we've got our hands on three exclusive character posters. Viggo Mortensen, Kirsten Dunst and Oscar Isaac are all stylishly front and centre in these posters, giving a glimpse at the characters behind a 1960s-set thriller about a glamorous and mysterious American couple (Mortensen and Dunst) who woo a stranger they meet on holiday in Greece (Isaac) into a complex web of murder, deceit and a dangerous battle of wits. As far...

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Watch the first Guardians of the Galaxy behind-the-scenes video

16 April 2014 3:01 AM, PDT

If Guardians of the Galaxy isn't one of the most fun, exciting and downright bonkers blockbusters of the year, we'll eat our hats. And while we've seen a clip and trailer, this is your first chance to go behind-the-scenes in a star-studded video featurette. Vin Diesel, Zoe Saldana, Chris Pratt and Bradley Cooper are all on-show as they rave about why Marvel's latest superhero sci-fi epic could be its best action movie yet. Watch the video below, and then let us know what you think in the comments below! </iframe Guardians...

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Michael Bay planning to reboot Friday 13th for a second time

16 April 2014 12:08 AM, PDT

When is a reboot not a reboot? When it's a re-reboot of course! And that's exactly what Michael Bay's production company Platinum Dunes is planning for the Friday 13th franchise… Having acquired the rights to the franchise back in 2009, Bay rebooted the series for a first time, hiring Marcus Nispel to breathe new life into Jason's teen-skewering exploits. Sadly for Platinum Dunes, that film flopped and didn't spawn the anticipated sequel, which is why it's back to the drawing board all over again with a second do-over of the seminal...

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