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The first trailer for the highly-anticipated Terminator Genisys that debuted last month showcased Arnold Schwarzenegger's T-800 battling himself, with the aging Terminator trying to stop his younger counterpart who is sent back in time to 1984. The Terminator Fans have uncovered new details about this fight sequence, which is currently being reworked since Skydance Productions is reportedly unhappy with some of the shots in the scene. Instead of bringing Arnold Schwarzenegger back for reshoots, they "will create a CGI digital older version of Schwarzenegger for the fight." Here's what the site's source had to say about the fight sequence.
"The battle will be better then the T-800 and T-1000 from Terminator 2. The ground will break on the wrestling fight."
The fight has been described as, "an unstoppable force meeting an immovable object" and the site reveals that the Terminator from 1984 won't even have time to find clothes before dealing with the aging Terminator, »
Arts critics tend to get a rough time of it in the movies. Even looking at this year's awards season hopefuls, Birdman casts a wonderfully scabrous Lindsay Duncan as a theatre critic who is determined to kill the hero's play, and Mr. Turner presents John Ruskin as a lisping, pretentious fop, a representation that has led some to take mild umbrage.
To look even further back, at Ratatouille's sneering Anton Ego, or Lady In The Water's film-savvy 'straw critic', or Theatre Of Blood's gleefully murderous tract, there's not a whole lot of love for critics in film. Any of this might give way to the preconception that critics, especially film critics, don't actually like films and that they're out of touch with both the filmmakers whose works they »
UK cinema in 2015 has plenty to recommend it. Here are 36 UK films of all genres to look forward to this year…
Dig past the litterfall of Kray Brothers biopics and tales of nubile teens on camping trips gone wrong, and you’ll unearth plenty for the UK film industry to boast about in 2015. From sci-fi romps and thrillers like Robot Overlords and Ex Machina to dramas like High-Rise, comedies like War On Everyone, spy flicks like Spectre and kids’ films like Bill, there’s no shortage of inventive, highly promising cinema coming from these isles.
We’ve included a few choice co-productions in 2015’s pick of the year’s most interesting-looking pictures, which bolsters our list in both size and breadth (and mostly means we Brits can claim partial credit for ace-sounding dystopian flick The Lobster).
In alphabetical order then, here are the 36 UK (or UK-ish) movies we’re excited about seeing this year… »
Emily Blunt believes that children are "coddled" with modern-day stories.
She said: "Chris Pine was telling me that most schools in America only do the first act of [Into the Woods], where everything is happy ever after.
"And it's just sad that we're choosing to coddle our children that way, because no one's more perceptive than a child."
Blunt added that classic Disney tales used to contain darkness. She said: "Bambi loses his mother, Dumbo is wrenched away from his mother, who is chained up and tormented and bullied. It used to be darker and more challenging.
"Nobody goes through life unscathed. If you want to fairytale the s**t out of everything, you're doing everyone a disservice."
Blunt recently denied that she was offered the part of Captain Marvel, »
4 items from 2015
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