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Dominic Cooper Leaves Us Shaken And Stirred In Trailer For Fleming

26 December 2013 10:20 PM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Dominic Cooper is a rising English actor with a smouldering look and legitimate acting chops, which could make him a good replacement for James Bond whenever Daniel Craig drops out of the role. If so, Cooper would be kind of repeating himself, as the actor is playing Ian Fleming, the famed author of the 007 series, in the BBC miniseries Fleming.

Subtitled The Man Who Would Be Bond, the first trailer showcases Cooper in a lot of scenarios that we normally accustom to James Bond: bedding beautiful women, using nifty gadgets, taking on bad guys and uttering cheesy one-liners with confidence. As the promo suggests, Fleming himself was very close to the DNA of the character who would eventually bring him eternal fame. Like the superspy, Fleming was also a bit of an action hero, thanks to his time as a commander in the Royal Navy and as a naval intelligence officer during World War II. »

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Halle Berry producing History miniseries

3 December 2013 2:57 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Us cable network History is developing Hannibal, a miniseries produced by Red Arrow Entertainment and Monster’s Ball star Halle Berry.

The scripted series, which will be one of the most significant scripted orders by a Us cable network from a UK producer, is a period drama following the life of Carthaginian general Hannibal Barca, who ruled in 264 BC.

The miniseries will begin with Barca’s birth in North Africa and follow the Second Punic War he fought with Rome. It will also highlight his battle with rival Scipio Africanus.

Hannibal (working title) was developed by Red Arrow Entertainment and will be exec produced by the London firm’s head of scripted Simon Maxwell along with Halle Berry and Goldeneye writer Jeffrey Caine.

It will be produced in association with A+E Studios, the production house recently launched by History channel owner A+E and will be exec produced by Steven Jensen, Vincent Cirrincione and History »

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Halle Berry to produce History miniseries

3 December 2013 2:57 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Us cable network History is developing Hannibal, a miniseries produced by Red Arrow Entertainment and Monster’s Ball star Halle Berry.

The scripted series, which will be one of the most significant scripted orders by a Us cable network from a UK producer, is a period drama following the life of Carthaginian general Hannibal Barca, who ruled in 264 BC.

The miniseries will begin with Barca’s birth in North Africa and follow the Second Punic War he fought with Rome. It will also highlight his battle with rival Scipio Africanus.

Hannibal (working title) was developed by Red Arrow Entertainment and will be exec produced by the London firm’s head of scripted Simon Maxwell along with Halle Berry and Goldeneye writer Jeffrey Caine.

It will be produced in association with A+E Studios, the production house recently launched by History channel owner A+E and will be exec produced by Steven Jensen, Vincent Cirrincione and History »

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Halle Berry Developing ‘Hannibal’ Miniseries With History

2 December 2013 4:40 PM, PST | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Halle Berry is getting militaristic with the History channel. The “Monster’s Ball” actress is developing a miniseries, which bears the  working title “Hannibal.” Also read: Halle Berry’s CBS Series ‘Extant’ Casts ‘Looper’ Actor Berry will executive produce, with Jeffrey Caine (“Goldeneye”) writing the script. The project will follow the story of legendary general Hannibal Barca and his rivalry with Scipio Africanus as they battled against each other in the Second Punic War. The miniseries begins in Carthage in 264 BC, at the beginning of Hannibal’s life, and go through the Second Punic War between Carthage and Rome. “Hannibal was not only the greatest. »

- Tim Kenneally

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Berry Produces Hannibal the Conqueror Mini

2 December 2013 1:25 PM, PST | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

A+E Studios, Red Arrow Entertainment and the History Channel are developing a Hannibal the Conqueror miniseries with Halle Berry executive producing.

Set in Carthage in 264 BC, the story follows the beginning of Hannibal Barca's life in North Africa and goes through the second Punic War between Carthage and Rome.

Hannibal and his archrival Scipio Africanus take a sacred vow to destroy the other and the nation he served. The two are ultimately brought together and grow to respect each other as brothers.

Jeffrey Caine ("The Constant Gardner," "Goldeneye") will pen the script and will executive produce alongside Berry, Steven Jensen and Vincent Cirrincione.

In a statement, Berry says: "Hannibal was not only the greatest African general to ever live, he may have been the greatest general, period. His story is an intricate and captivating ride and I’m thrilled to get this project off the ground with our partners at History. »

- Garth Franklin

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Hannibal Barca's life brought to History by Halle Berry

2 December 2013 1:09 PM, PST | Monsters and Critics | See recent Monsters and Critics news »

Ancient Persia is the new setting for a new History channel project. The network is developing the miniseries Hannibal (working title), co-produced by A+E Studios and Red Arrow Entertainment with Academy Award-Winning Actress Halle Berry executive producing and Oscar-nominated writer Jeffrey Caine (The Constant Gardener, Goldeneye) penning the script, it was announced today by Dirk Hoogstra, Executive Vice President and General Manager, History & H2. The miniseries will tell the story of the greatest generals in antiquity - Hannibal Barca and his archrival Scipio Africanus - who went head-to-head in the Second Punic War. "Hannibal was not only the greatest African general to ever live,” said Halle Berry, “he may have been the greatest general, period. His story is »

- April Neale

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Halle Berry is Producing a 'Hannibal' Miniseries at History

2 December 2013 11:51 AM, PST | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

No, not as in "Lecter" -- the other one. Halle Berry is executive producing a miniseries about the historic military commander that's now in development at the History channel with the working title of "Hannibal" and Oscar-nominee Jeffrey Caine ("The Constant Gardener," "Goldeneye") writing the script. The miniseries will tell the story of the great generals Hannibal Barca and his arch-rival Scipio Africanus as they went head-to-head in the Second Punic War, begin in Carthage in 264 BC and follow the life of Hannibal as he first wars with and eventually comes to respect Scipio. "Hannibal was not only the greatest African general to ever live,” said Berry in the announcement, “he may have been the greatest general, period. His story is an intricate and captivating ride and I’m thrilled to get this project off the ground with our partners at History.” "Hannibal" is being produced by A+E Studios »

- Alison Willmore

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Halle Berry is Producing a 'Hannibal' Miniseries at History

2 December 2013 11:51 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

No, not as in "Lecter" -- the other one. Halle Berry is executive producing a miniseries about the historic military commander that's now in development at the History channel with the working title of "Hannibal" and Oscar-nominee Jeffrey Caine ("The Constant Gardener," "Goldeneye") writing the script. The miniseries will tell the story of the great generals Hannibal Barca and his arch-rival Scipio Africanus as they went head-to-head in the Second Punic War, begin in Carthage in 264 BC and follow the life of Hannibal as he first wars with and eventually comes to respect Scipio. "Hannibal was not only the greatest African general to ever live,” said Berry in the announcement, “he may have been the greatest general, period. His story is an intricate and captivating ride and I’m thrilled to get this project off the ground with our partners at History.” "Hannibal" is being produced by A+E Studios »

- Alison Willmore

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Halle Berry Beats Vin Diesel To The Punch - Developing 'Hannibal' Miniseries For The History Channel

2 December 2013 11:09 AM, PST | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Hot off the presses, via a press release received from the History channel, the network is developing a Hannibal miniseries co-produced by A+E Studios and Red Arrow Entertainment with Halle Berry executive producing and writer Jeffrey Caine (The Constant Gardener, Goldeneye) penning the script. Dirk Hoogstra, Executive Vice President and General Manager, History & H2, made the announcement today.  The miniseries will tell the story of the greatest generals in antiquity - Hannibal Barca and his archrival Scipio Africanus - who went head-to-head in the Second Punic War. The miniseries will begin in Carthage, 264 BC, at the beginning of Hannibal's life in North Africa, and will take viewers through the Second Punic War between Carthage and Rome. In what became legend, Hannibal and his archrival Scipio Africanus took a sacred vow to destroy the other, and the nation he served. However, despite their fiercely opposed allegiances, the two eventually came to grow to respect each. »

- Tambay A. Obenson

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Halle Berry Beats Vin Diesel To The Punch - Developing 'Hannibal' Miniseries For The History Channel

2 December 2013 11:09 AM, PST | ShadowAndAct | See recent ShadowAndAct news »

Hot off the presses, via a press release received from the History channel, the network is developing a Hannibal miniseries co-produced by A+E Studios and Red Arrow Entertainment with Halle Berry executive producing and writer Jeffrey Caine (The Constant Gardener, Goldeneye) penning the script. Dirk Hoogstra, Executive Vice President and General Manager, History & H2, made the announcement today.  The miniseries will tell the story of the greatest generals in antiquity - Hannibal Barca and his archrival Scipio Africanus - who went head-to-head in the Second Punic War. The miniseries will begin in Carthage, 264 BC, at the beginning of Hannibal's life in North Africa, and will take »

- Tambay A. Obenson

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Halle Berry Developing 'Hannibal' Miniseries for History

2 December 2013 10:31 AM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

History Channel is developing a Hannibal miniseries with Halle Berry. The series, a co-production by A+E Studios and Red Arrow Entertainment, "will tell the story of the greatest generals in antiquity -- Hannibal Barca and his archrival Scipio Africanus -- who went head-to-head in the Second Punic War." Oscar-nominated writer Jeffrey Caine (The Constant Gardener, GoldenEye) will pen the script, with Berry serving as executive producer. Photos: Faces of Fall TV 2013 "Hannibal was not only the greatest African general to ever live,” said Berry in a statement, “he may have been the greatest general, period.

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History Developing Hannibal Miniseries Executive Produced by Halle Berry

2 December 2013 | Comingsoon.net | See recent Comingsoon.net news »

History is developing the miniseries "Hannibal" (working title), co-produced by A+E Studios and Red Arrow Entertainment with Academy Award-winning Actress Halle Berry executive producing and Oscar-nominated writer Jeffrey Caine ( The Constant Gardener , GoldenEye ) penning the script, it was announced today by Dirk Hoogstra, Executive Vice President and General Manager, History & H2. The miniseries will tell the story of the greatest generals in antiquity - Hannibal Barca and his archrival Scipio Africanus - who went head-to-head in the Second Punic War. "Hannibal was not only the greatest African general to ever live," said Halle Berry, "he may have been the greatest general, period. His story is an intricate and captivating ride and I'm thrilled to »

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"Not Forgetting James Bond", Autobiography Of Syd Cain, Available In Limited Quantities

30 November 2013 6:56 AM, PST | Cinemaretro.com | See recent CinemaRetro news »

The following press release has been received by Cinema Retro:

MI6 Confidential – Syd Cain Signed Autobiography :The Rare Autobiography Is Available Again In Limited Numbers

(London, UK, November 27th 2013) MI6 Confidential, has taken possession of a limited number of signed copies of the autobiography of Production Designer Syd Cain.

‘Not Forgetting James Bond’ is the autobiography of Syd Cain, one of cinema's most highly acclaimed Production Designers and Art Directors. This is a mesmerising volume filled with humour, drama and exotic travel, and never before told accolades about the legendary people Syd worked with during his 57 years in the film industry.

He recalls extraordinary revelations about making such films as Frenzy, The Wild Geese, Lolita, Shout at the Dead, Gold, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Fahrenheit 451, and of course the James Bond classics: Dr. No, From Russia With Love, On Her Majesty's Secret Service, »

- nospam@example.com (Cinema Retro)

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Happy Birthday Tina Turner! What’s Her Greatest Song?

26 November 2013 8:10 AM, PST | The Backlot | See recent The Backlot news »

Has there ever been a time when Tina Turner wasn’t there, providing the soundtrack to our lives? From her early days with Ike, to the tumultuous years after leaving him, to the greatest comeback in music history, Tina has proven to be a survivor, and definitely plays by her own rules (she just married her boyfriend of almost 30 years, and relinquished her American citizenship).

Okay, now comes our dilemma. If you had to pick one favorite Tina song, from throughout her career, what would it be? Do you prefer the early Tina, with “Proud Mary” or “River Deep, Mountain High,” the comeback queen, with “What’s Love Got To Do it With it,” or the later Tina, with “Goldeneye” or “I Don’t Want To Fight?”

After much contemplation, I narrowed my list down to five. There was “Acid Queen,” the deliriously over the top highlight from Tommy, her »

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Miniatures, Storyboards and More from Behind the Scenes of 'GoldenEye'

22 November 2013 7:26 AM, PST | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

Derek Meddings creating the miniature satellite bunker set for GoldenEye Above is a shot of the late Derek Meddings (miniature effects supervisor) using flour and cat litter to create the Severnaya satellite bunker miniature set from the 1995 James Bond film GoldenEye and below are several more shots from behind-the-scenes and the film's set courtesy of Larry Wright on Twitter, but that shot above and the storyboard below of the skydive sequence from the film's opening are the main reason I wanted to post the rest. amz asin="B009NUV0E8" size="small"Included is the storyboard mentioned, some behind the shot looks at the camera rigs used on Bond's Aston Martin and the Ferrari used during the chase sequence, a promotional shot of the late Desmond Llewelyn as Q with his assortment of gadgets, another of Roger Moore and Pierce Brosnan together on the Leavesden set, a shot of the »

- Brad Brevet

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The possible future films of Ridley Scott

19 November 2013 4:24 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Odd List Ryan Lambie 20 Nov 2013 - 06:57

The constantly busy Ridley Scott always has lots of potential films in production, so here's a look at what he might be up to next...

Since his debut in 1977 with the historical drama, The Duellists, director Ridley Scott has gradually built up an eclectic body of work. His Hollywood career began with the stunning one-two sci-fi punch of Alien and Blade Runner, before heading off into fantasy (Legend), thrillers (Someone To Watch Over Me, Black Rain) and road-trip drama (the Oscar-winning Thelma And Louise).

As James Clayton pointed out in his recent Friday column, the 70-something Sir Ridley shows no sign of slowing down, and if anything, his slate of forthcoming films is somewhat bewildering - in what seems like every other interview, the director will mention another project of one sort or another, which makes working out what he's likely to be »

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50 dedications at the end of movies (and what they mean)

14 November 2013 1:57 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Odd List Simon Brew 15 Nov 2013 - 07:08

Lots of films are dedicated to, or in memory of someone. But it's not always clear why. We've been finding out...

Back when Breaking Bad returned for its final batch of episodes in August 2013, it had a dedication at the end of it. The card read 'Dedicated to our friend Kevin Cordasco'. As it turned out, Kevin Cordasco was a 16-year old who had been battling cancer for seven years, who had met both Bryan Cranston and Vince Gilligan. Cordasco died before he could ever get to see the episode dedicated to him.

I found this such a moving story, that it got me wondering about the dedications that appear on films, and what the story behind them was. After all, the dedications are there for a reason. What I uncovered was some funny stories, mainly extremely sad ones, and some extremely moving dedications. »

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The top 25 underappreciated films of 1995

22 October 2013 8:34 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Odd List Ryan Lambie Simon Brew 24 Oct 2013 - 06:46

Another 25 unsung greats come under the spotlight, as we provide our pick of the underappreciated films of 1995...

The year covered in this week's underrated movie rundown was significant for a number of reasons. It was the year that saw the release of Toy Story - the groundbreaking movie that would cement Pixar's reputation as an animation studio, and set the tempo for CG family movies for the next 18 years and counting. It was the year that saw James Bond (played by Pierce Brosnan for the first time) emerge for GoldenEye after a six-year break. It was also the year of Michael Mann's Heat, Dogme 95, and the moment where Terry Gilliam scored a much-deserved hit with 12 Monkeys.

As ever, we're focusing on a few of the lesser-known films from this particular year, and we've had to think carefully about what's made the cut and what hasn't. »

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'Hot Wheels' Movie Puts Director Simon Crane In The Driver's Seat

18 October 2013 12:00 PM, PDT | MTV Movies Blog | See recent MTV Movies Blog news »

By Charles Webb

After what The Hollywood Reporter describes as months of negotiations, Simon Crane has signed on to direct a "Hot Wheels" movie based on the Mattel line of die-cast toy cars.

Crane beat out "28 Weeks Later" director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo in the latest attempt at jump-starting the nascent "Fast & the Furious" competitor, after previous attempts to bring the project at other other studios (Columbia, Warner Bros.) and other directors (McG) stalled out.

"Hot Wheels" joins "Gran Turismo" and the upcoming Aaron Paul vehicle "Need For Speed" as attempts to catch up to Universal's seemingly unstoppable "Fast" franchise. Across six movies, they've earned nearly a billion dollars for the studio since Vin Diesel and Paul Walker first glowered at each other across the hood of a muscle car with 2001's "Fast and the Furious."

If you thought a "Hot Wheels" movie would offer some good, family fun, you've got another think coming: The script, »

- MTV Movies Team

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The top 25 underappreciated films of 1994

16 October 2013 7:06 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Odd List Ryan Lambie Simon Brew 17 Oct 2013 - 06:29

Here are 25 more great, unsung films - this time, from the year 1994...

Yes, 1994. The year cinemas were dominated by such whimsical wonders as The Lion King, Forrest Gump, The Mask and, erm, True Lies. It was also the year Gump dominated the Academy Awards, and Four Weddings And A Funeral loomed large at the Baftas.

As ever, there was so much more to the year's cinematic landscape than Tom Hanks' park bench ramblings or Hugh Grant mithering from beneath his gorgously crafted hair. To prove it, here's a list of 25 films that, in our estimation, are among its most underappreciated. There's much horror, drama, tears and laughter, plus a couple of classic documentaries, too.

25. Phantasm III: Lord Of The Dead

The Phantasm series was quite unusual, in that writer and director Don Coscarelli made all four of them. This means that, »

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