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10 items from 2010


The historical epics set to besiege your cinema

24 November 2010 4:46 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Get your swords and sandals ready – there’s a legion of historical epic movies on the way. Here’s Ti’s round-up…

Since Ridley Scott resurrected the swords and sandals genre with Gladiator in 2000, the historical epic has grown more and more popular. With massive budgets, thousands of extras and battle scenes that try to top each other year after year, the historical epic has become a regular feature in cinemas over the last ten decade, with Troy, Kingdom Of Heaven, Alexander, Robin Hood, Mongol, 300, King Arthur, The Last Legion, Pathfinder, Beowulf, Elizabeth: The Golden Age, and Clash Of The Titans all vying for our attention.

This year is no different, and with Michael Mann rumoured to be directing an adaptation of Bernard Cornwall's account of the Battle of Agincourt, Sharpe, it looks set to continue. We've already seen the likes of Robin Hood, Solomon Kane, Centurion, Clash Of The Titans, »

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'Your Highness' Interviews With Danny McBride, Zooey Deschanel, James Franco, Justin Theroux and David Gordon Green

15 October 2010 12:00 AM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

Filed under: Celebrity Interviews, Behind the Scenes, Cinematical

If you read our first report from the set of 'Your Highness' a few weeks back, you'll know this is a movie we're cautiously excited about. A kind of homage to 70s fantasy films, only with added filthy jokes, 'Your Highness' could really push the boundaries of taste and decency -- hopefully in a good way.

It helps that the comedy has attracted an awesome cast, littered with classically trained British thesps (Charles Dance, Damien Lewis), indie talent and big established stars. We visited the set in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and got to chat with some of the talent involved. Here's a handy cut-out-and-keep guide to who we interviewed:

David Gordon Green: A versatile director whose work ranges from subtle indie dramas ('George Washington') to ridiculous stoner comedies like 'Pineapple Express'. 'Your Highness' -- needless »

- Pete Stanton

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'Your Highness' Interviews With Danny McBride, Zooey Deschanel, James Franco, Justin Theroux and David Gordon Green

15 October 2010 12:00 AM, PDT | Cinematical | See recent Cinematical news »

Filed under: Celebrity Interviews, Behind the Scenes, Cinematical

If you read our first report from the set of 'Your Highness' a few weeks back, you'll know this is a movie we're cautiously excited about. A kind of homage to 70s fantasy films, only with added filthy jokes, 'Your Highness' could really push the boundaries of taste and decency -- hopefully in a good way.

It helps that the comedy has attracted an awesome cast, littered with classically trained British thesps (Charles Dance, Damien Lewis), indie talent and big established stars. We visited the set in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and got to chat with some of the talent involved. Here's a handy cut-out-and-keep guide to who we interviewed:

David Gordon Green: A versatile director whose work ranges from subtle indie dramas ('George Washington') to ridiculous stoner comedies like 'Pineapple Express'. 'Your Highness' -- needless »

- Pete Stanton

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'Chuck': Catwalks, comedy and Karolina Kurkova

27 September 2010 8:30 PM, PDT | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

Midway through Monday's (Sept. 27) episode of "Chuck," this recap was going to consist primarily of the best lines from a comedically packed hour. Then came the excellent supermodel fight, the return of the Buy Morons and several touching moments as it came to a close, and the design changed a little.

So while the comedy highlights will come in a bit, there's a good bit of ground to cover in other areas.

Chuck and Sarah vs. the Supermodel: The mission of the week targets another Volkoff operative (cue meaningful looks among Team Bartowski for its possible mom connection), a supermodel/agent (played by real-life supermodel Karolina Kurkova) who's looking to move some Gps-guided "smart bullets." She's due to make the sale during Milan's fashion week. Several wrong turns later, Chuck and Sarah figure out the microchips for the bullets are sewn into a dress, and when Sarah finally gets her »

- editorial@zap2it.com

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First Klingon opera lifts off

13 September 2010 6:52 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Production performed entirely in the language of Star Trek's fictional warrior race premieres in the Netherlands

Tired of the Ring Cycle? How about the Qeb bI'reS? A Dutch company has written, arranged and now premiered what it is calling the first ever Klingon opera, inspired by the fictional species from the Star Trek universe. Replacing Tristan and Isolde with Kahless the Unforgettable, the production features a Klingon story with Klingon lyrics and Klingon singers – or at least "Terrans" in forehead-ridged costumes.

The production is called u, which somehow translates to "universe" or "universal". Conceived by the Klingon Terran Research Ensemble (Ktre), based in the Hague, the opera premiered at the city's Zeebelt Theatre on Thursday and will be staged on 25 September in Farnsberg, Germany. These performances apparently coincide with the end of the Klingon summer solstice (in this year of Kahless 846).

According to NPR, "very few examples of Klingon opera survive" and artistic director, »

- Sean Michaels

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Spartacus: Blood and Sand and Stephen Fry on Wagner | TV review

25 May 2010 11:59 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Rampant sex and bloody violence in ancient Rome: Spartacus could be the cult show of the year, writes John Crace

Spartacus: Blood and Sand (Bravo) has been billed as the most violent, smuttiest show ever to make it to the small screen. And it more than lives up to the hype. The first episode was notionally about the Thracian slave, Spartacus, who is betrayed by the Romans and winds up as a gladiator in Capua, but we shouldn't let the plot detain us for too long. After all, it doesn't seem to have detained the scriptwriters for too long.

The whole point is to race the action along to the next slow-motion decapitation and full-frontal action, preferably in the same shot, with as little interference (characterisation, exposition, that sort of thing) as possible along the way. Including dialogue. Just about the only word I could make out in the first 10 minutes was "fuck".

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- John Crace

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More On Guy Ritchie's King Arthur

9 March 2010 11:37 PM, PST | EmpireOnline | See recent EmpireOnline news »

Last week it was reported that Guy Ritchie was planning a King Arthur movie*, and now Variety has turned up a few tidbits to add to the mix. It seems that this news story will be based on Thomas Malory's 15th century collection of Arthur legends, Le Morte d'Arthur,and that Ritchie is already working with John Hodge (Trainspotting) on the screenplay.For those of you not au fait with 15th century literature, Malory's book was started when he was in prison in the 1450s, and assembled all the popular tales about Arthur into one easily-readable (if Middle English is your thing) package. The sections of the book focus on Arthur's birth, his struggle against the Roman Empire, his knights Lancelot and Gareth, the story of Tristan and Isolde, the quest for the Holy Grail, Lancelot's affair with Guinevere and the breaking of the Round Table and Arthur's death. »

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Corus Launching W Movies March 1

22 February 2010 3:24 PM, PST | HollywoodNorthReport.com | See recent HollywoodNorthReport.com news »

On March 1, Canada's Corus Entertainment will expand its portfolio of women's specialty services with the launch of W Movies, Canada's first movie channel 'dedicated to women'. "...Programmed exclusively with women in mind, 'W Movies' will be the go-to destination for women looking for entertaining and intelligent films, seven days a week, 24 hours a day..." "With the phenomenal success of women-oriented films at the box office, coupled with the huge popularity of our film blocks on W Network, we know that women have a real appetite for movies," said Susan Ross, Corus, Specialty and Pay Television. Catering to Women 25 - 54, W Movies will showcase films with genres ranging from relationship, romance and comedy to drama and suspense. March titles include Big, Forrest Gump, You've Got Mail, When Harry Met Sally, Working Girl, Six Days and Seven Nights, Dangerous Minds, What Lies Beneath, Chasing Amy, Bounce, Shakespeare in Love, A View From the Top, »

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Q&A: Christopher Plummer

12 February 2010 4:06 PM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

'I'd like to be remembered as benign, beneficent and brilliant, but there's no hope of that'

Christopher Plummer was born in 1929 and raised in Montreal. After joining the Canadian Repertory ­Theatre, he went on to perform on Broadway and was cast as Captain von Trapp in the 1965 movie The Sound Of Music. In a career spanning five decades, he has won numerous ­honours, and in December was nominated for a Golden Globe for his role as Tolstoy in The Last ­Station, which is released on Friday.

When were you happiest?

When I was skipping school.

What is your greatest fear?

Loss of memory.

Which living person do you most admire, and why?

My wife of 40 years, because she's beautiful, as wise as Solomon and a Cordon Bleu cook to boot.

What is the trait you most deplore in yourself?

A leaning toward procrastination.

What is the trait you most deplore in others? »

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Corus Expands With "W Movies"- March 1

9 February 2010 9:19 AM, PST | SneakPeek | See recent SneakPeek news »

On March 1, Canada's Corus Entertainment will expand its portfolio of women's specialty services with the launch of "W Movies", Canada's first movie channel 'dedicated to women'.

"...Programmed exclusively with women in mind, 'W Movies' will be the go-to destination for women looking for entertaining and intelligent films, seven days a week, 24 hours a day..."

"With the phenomenal success of women-oriented films at the box office, coupled with the huge popularity of our film blocks on W Network, we know that women have a real appetite for movies," said Susan Ross, for Corus, Specialty and Pay Television.

Catering to Women 25 - 54, W Movies will showcase films with genres ranging from relationship, romance and comedy to drama and suspense.

March titles include "Big", "Forrest Gump", "You've Got Mail", "When Harry Met Sally", "Working Girl", "Six Days and Seven Nights", "Dangerous Minds", "What Lies Beneath", "Chasing Amy", "Bounce", "Shakespeare in Love", "A View From the Top »

- Michael Stevens

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