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World Exclusive! New behind the scenes featurette for ‘A Street Cat Named Bob’

19 October 2016 2:59 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Luke Treadaway (James), Bob. Director and Co-producer Roger Spottiswoode. Producer Adam Rolston of Shooting Script Films. Screenplay adapted by Tim John and Maria Nation; based on the International Best Selling book A Street Cat Named Bob.

Coming to cinemas in just a couple of weeks is the heart-warming true story A Street Cat Named Bob, a new British film starring the very talented Luke Treadaway. We’re super-excited for the film, while will land at your local screen in November, and to get you ready for that release we have a brand new never-before-seen behind the scenes featuretter featuring interviews with the cast and crew.

A Street Cat Named Bob is the film adaptation of James Bowen’s much-loved, best-selling book. Starring Luke Treadaway (Unbroken, Clash of the Titans) as James Bowen, A Street Cat Named Bob tells the moving and life-affirming true story of the unlikely friendship between a young homeless busker, »

- Paul Heath

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Luke Treadaway: ‘If the cat looked grumpy we did the scene again’

16 October 2016 12:30 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

The book A Street Cat Named Bob was a huge bestseller. Now it’s been made into a film starring Luke Treadaway. Will the tale of the old moggy make him a star?

Luke Treadaway is only a few minutes late, but he’s wide-eyed with remorse as he pulls up a chair in the west London café where we had arranged to meet, apologising as he explains that his early-morning audition overran. He has a full schedule today – so full that it appears he had to skip breakfast, going by the speed with which he demolishes his scrambled eggs on toast. As well as looking for his next job, he is busy promoting his new film in which, after 10 years playing in largely ensemble casts – from a posh comedy stoner in Attack the Block to a mythological cult leader in Clash of the Titans to a prisoner of war »

- Murray Healy

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Gemma Arterton: ‘It’s easier to conform and shut up’

17 September 2016 11:00 PM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Gemma Arterton knows just how sexist the film world can be. Over lunch, she tells Eva Wiseman she’s fixing her career – then two celebrity fans show up…

If you ask Gemma Arterton if she regrets her career choices to date, she will look you straight in the eye and tell you it’s complicated. The year she graduated from Rada she appeared in Guy Ritchie’s RocknRolla; in a Brit comedy with Mackenzie Crook; as the lead in Tess of the D’Urbervilles; and as Bond girl Strawberry Fields in Quantum of Solace. From there, she went straight on to blockbusters Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time and Clash of the Titans. On her first day working on Quantum of Solace she filmed her death scene, lying naked for two hours on Bond’s bed, covered in black oil. It seems now that the experience gave her time to think. »

- Eva Wiseman

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New trailer for A Street Cat Named Bob

14 September 2016 11:30 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

A new trailer has arrived online for director Roger Spottiswoode’s upcoming adaptation of James Bowen’s best-selling novel A Street Cat Named Bob along with a poster featuring Luke Treadaway and the titular Bob; take a look below…

Starring Luke Treadaway (Unbroken, Clash of the Titans) as James Bowen, ‘A Street Cat Named Bob’ tells the moving and life-affirming true story of the unlikely friendship between a young homeless busker, James Bowen, and the stray ginger cat named Bob who changed his life.

A Street Cat Named Bob is set for release on November 4th in the UK and features a cast that also includes Ruta Gedmintas, Joanne Froggatt and Anthony Head.


- Amie Cranswick

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The 27 greatest stop motion movies of all time

8 September 2016 8:33 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Sean Wilson Sep 16, 2016

With Kubo & The Two Strings now playing, we salute some of our favourite stop motion animated movies...

With Laika's visually sumptuous and breathtaking stop motion masterpiece Kubo And The Two Strings dazzling audiences throughout the country, what better time to celebrate this singular and remarkable art form?

The effect is created when an on-screen character or object is carefully manipulated one frame at a time, leading to an illusion of movement during playback - and such fiendishly intricate work, which takes years of dedication, deserves to be honoured. Here are the greatest examples of stop motion movie mastery.

The Humpty Dumpty Circus (1898)

What defines the elusive appeal of stop motion? Surely a great deal of it is down to the blend of the recognisable and the uncanny: an simulation of recognisably human movement that still has a touch of the fantastical about it. These contradictions were put »

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American Gods: Mr. Wednesday Dishes Out Some Wednesday Wisdom In New Pic

24 August 2016 6:52 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Ready for your weekly helping of Wednesday Wisdom? Empire has lifted the lid on a new image for American Gods, placing Ian McShane (Deadwood, Game of Thrones) front and center as the glowering Mr. Wednesday.

An instrumental component of Shadow Moon’s (Ricky Whittle) clash with the new gods, Mr. Wednesday is a conman and grifter, and one of the many intriguing characters lining Starz’s roster. In bringing American Gods to the small-screen, the network has set Bryan Fuller (Hannibal) as showrunner and Neil Gaiman – the creative mastermind behind the original novel – and the former told Empire that this adaptation is shaping up to be “Clash Of The Titans meets The Grifters.”

That presents Fuller and Co. with plenty of rich story material to mine from, as Starz goes about engineering a “meticulous weave of characters and storylines” for premiere in 2017.

“We want to craft a Marvel Universe with »

- Michael Briers

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Marvel Bits: 'Guardians of the Galaxy' Face a Crazy New Creature

23 August 2016 7:42 AM, PDT | Fandango | See recent Fandango news »

If you're going to call a group of heroes the Guardians of the Galaxy, you'd do well to give them something pretty serious to guard against. Enter this giant, tentacled monster that looks like the Sarlacc pit from Star Wars hooked up with the Kraken from the Clash of the Titans remake.  James Gunn shared the concept art on his Twitter account, where he later clarified that this big bad is called an Abilisk. A quick search for Abilisk in reference to Marvel comics doesn't...

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Marvel Bits: 'Guardians of the Galaxy' Face a Crazy New Creature, Plus: Fresh 'Thor: Ragnarok' Rumors

22 August 2016 8:00 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

If you're going to call a group of heroes the Guardians of the Galaxy, you'd do well to give them something pretty serious to guard against. Enter this giant, tentacled monster that looks like the Sarlacc pit from Star Wars hooked up with the Kraken from the Clash of the Titans remake.  James Gunn shared the concept art on his Twitter account, where he later clarified that this big bad is called an Abilisk. A quick search for Abilisk in reference to Marvel comics doesn't reveal much, so this may be a creation of Gunn's for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. Either way, it looks incredible and we can't wait to see how the team - particularly Baby Groot - take it down. Oh, and if you're worried about them hanging out in space without helmets on (which...

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‘Ben-Hur’: 5 Reasons the Biblical Epic is Summer’s Biggest Flop

21 August 2016 12:33 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Like “The Lone Ranger” or “Battleship,” “Ben-Hur” is one of those massive box office wipe-outs that defies easy comprehension. How could something go this disastrously wrong?

After all, 1959’s “Ben-Hur” was an Oscar-winning smash that remains beloved. Posters for the Charlton Heston epic proclaimed that the film offered “An entertainment experience of a lifetime,” and its chariot races are still considered to be a high-point in action choreography.

In contrast, the new “Ben-Hur” wasn’t even the “entertainment experience of the third weekend of August.” After debuting to a paltry $11.4 million, it is certain to go down as one of the summer’s biggest flops. “The Bfg” just breathed a huge sigh of relief.

It’s not for lack of trying. When it came to “Ben-Hur,” Paramount and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer didn’t stint on spectacle. The partners shelled out $100 million to recreate the arena and bring viewers back in time to »

- Brent Lang

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Is ‘Ben-Hur’ a Dark Horse in the Chariot Race for Global Audiences?

10 August 2016 9:45 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

At the edge of Cinecittà Studios in Italy, a faux Roman statue raises its torch above all who enter. The 30-foot figure is a relic from one of the most famous scenes in cinema history — the

Charlton Heston chariot race from director William Wyler’s 1959 epic “Ben-Hur,” which boasted the biggest budget and largest sets of any production of its time.

Nearly 60 years later, the MGM classic is being reincarnated, both on the famous Italian studio’s soundstages, and across town in an empty field behind the Cinecittà World theme park. There, Russian director Timur Bekmambetov has erected a full-scale version of the Circus Maximus, only this time those monumental statues overlooking the Roman arena’s central spina will be inserted digitally.

It’s a sunburn-hot day in April, and onscreen rivals Jack Huston and Toby Kebbell have locked the wheels of their chariots, fighting each other with whips and »

- Peter Debruge

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‘Charlie’s Angels’ Again? How Reboots of Reboots Became the New Normal

7 August 2016 2:40 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Listen, I’ve got an inspired idea for a summer movie: an actress-led remake of “Ghostbusters.” Okay, I know, they tried that earlier this summer, and really, it was a great idea. But let’s be honest: It didn’t entirely work out. The negative fanboy buzz hurt it, and whatever you thought of the finished product, it wasn’t as funny as the original. It could have been better. So what I’m saying is, let’s do it better. By the summer of 2018, the “Ghostbusters” remake will be an ancient memory. That will make it the perfect timing for the relaunched version, which can be rowdier and raunchier and wilder, maybe skewering a little younger and hipper, with a touch of that “Suicide Squad” edge. I see Amy Schumer in the Bill Murray role, and we could team her up with Nicole Byer and — why not? — Margot Robbie. »

- Owen Gleiberman

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12 expensive and eccentric modern Hollywood movies

25 July 2016 8:02 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Ryan Lambie Jul 26, 2016

They cost millions and they’re very, very odd. We take a look at 12 expensive and eccentric Hollywood films from the past 40 years...

The risk-averse nature of filmmaking means that the world’s more maverick and outrageous writers and directors have to make do with relatively low budgets. Nicolas Winding Refn drenched the screen in all kinds of sordid, violent and startling imagery in such films as Only God Forgives and this year’s The Neon Demon, but the combined budget of those probably didn’t even match the catering budget for something like Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice.

Every so often, though, a truly bonkers film slips through the Hollywood studio system - often by accident. From horror sequels to original sci-fi adventures, here are 12 incredibly expensive and gloriously eccentric Hollywood movies from the past 40 years.

The Exorcist II (1977)

Budget: $14 million

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Marie Colvin biopic sets 'Cartel Land' director Matthew Heineman

20 July 2016 10:45 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Director of Oscar-nominated documentary set for war biopic produced by Charlize Theron’s Denver & Delilah and Thunder Road.

Cartel Land director Matthew Heineman has been tapped to direct Charlize Theron-produced biopic Marie Colvin, about the eponymous Us war correspondent who died in 2012 while covering the Syrian conflict.

Basil Iwanyk’s Thunder Road Pictures is producing the prestige package with Theron’s Denver & Delilah Productions and What Maisie Knew executive-producer Marissa McMahon.

Screen understands that the production could get underway at the end of the year however there is still no official word on whether Theron will also take on the lead role in the film, something she has done on most films produced by Denver & Delilah to date, including Aileen Wuornos biopic Monster, for which Theron won an Oscar.

Script comes from Arash Amel (The Titan) and is based on Marie Brenner’s Vanity Fair article about Colvin’s revered life as a war correspondent »

- (Andreas Wiseman)

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Review: Ray Harryhausen: Special Effects Titan

18 July 2016 4:50 PM, PDT | | See recent Icons of Fright news »

Once upon a time, a young film enthusiast was taken by Willis O’Brien’s work in King Kong and decided to devote his life to making fantastical films and memorable creatures that would be remembered for generations to come. This young man was Ray Harryhausen, and the newly released documentary by Gilles Penso, Ray Harryhausen: Special Effects Titan showcases Harryhausen’s passions and the passions they inflamed and inspired in others, including such film personalities as Guillermo Del Toro, Steven Spielberg, Terry Gillian, John Landis, and Peter Jackson.

Recently released by Arrow video, the documentary is an obvious labor of love for all involved, as the interview subjects all seem very enthusiastic while discussing Harryhausen and his overlooked contribution to cinema, which has carried on a unique legacy with his use of stop motion animation and the often times ridiculously detailed puppets used to create countless characters and sequences »

- Derek Botelho

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The Stars of Stranger Things Dish on the Show’s "Gnarly, Weird Monster"

15 July 2016 8:35 AM, PDT | POPSUGAR | See recent BuzzSugar news »

Thanks to a heavy dose of mystery and some nostalgic teasers, Netflix's Stranger Things has quickly become one of the most highly anticipated shows of the Summer. Since we couldn't deal with the suspense any more, Popsugar tried to pry a few fun secrets out of David Harbour and Millie Bobby Brown, who respectively star as a gruff, apathetic police chief and a little girl named Eleven who may or may not be able to move things with her mind. From discussing the perils of trying to squeeze into polyester pants to exactly which episode of the first season will have your jaw on the floor, we're more pumped than ever to bingewatch the show this weekend. Popsugar: A few horror/sci-fi TV shows and movies with an '80s vibe have popped up lately, like It Follows and Wayward Pines. What do you think will make Stranger Things stand out from them, »

- Quinn Keaney

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Mads Mikkelsen Talks 'Doctor Strange' and 'Rogue One: A Star Wars Story'

14 July 2016 8:03 AM, PDT | LatinoReview | See recent LatinoReview news »

Mikkelsen in a promo photo from NBC's "Hannibal."

Mads Mikkelsen, who crossed over when he played the villain Le Chiffre in Daniel Craig's inaugural James Bond outing, Casino Royale, is about to have a monster year. With mysterious roles in two different blockbusters that serve as the latest entries in the two biggest properties in Hollywood- Marvel and Star Wars- he's about to be seen by a lot of people.

The actor recently sat down with Digital Spy to promote a movie that couldn't be more different from the two titans he's set to appear in- Doctor Strange and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. The film is called Men And Chicken, and it's a low-budget Danish black comedy. A very different animal, indeed.

During the interview, comparisons are drawn between his experience with Men And Chicken and what it was like to work on Doctor Strange and Rogue One. »

- Mario-Francisco Robles

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'Ray Harryhausen: Special Effects Titan' review

14 July 2016 12:10 AM, PDT | MoreHorror | See recent MoreHorror news »

Reviewed by Kevin Scott,

I remember it like it was yesterday. Matter of fact, I probably remember it more vividly than I did the actual day before today. Because what I’m speaking of was a pivotal moment for me. It was 1981, and it just happened to be the only family vacation that me and my parents went ever went on. I didn’t have a dysfunctional childhood by any means, my parents just didn’t like going anywhere. They pioneered the concept of the modern staycation long before it was a broadly understood term in our lexicon. We ended up at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and we were staying in an actual old school “Devil’s Reject’s” style hotel.

What I mean is that it was longer than it was high and all the room entrances were on the outside of the building. They also had cable TV. »

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Ghostbusters Review: The Best 3D Experience of The Summer

10 July 2016 10:53 AM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

After experiencing the grueling Clash of the Titans remake in 3D and slogging through the almost 'too dark to even tell what was going on' Avengers: Age of Ultron in the so-called 'immersive format' at the Arc Light Cinema in Hollywood, which is supposed to be one of the premiere theater destinations in the country, I was ready to give up on 3D altogether, which I know many critics abandoned long ago. But whenever I'm invited to a press screening and given the option, I always choose 3D anyway. The idea of it still appeals to the kid inside me. And my belief is, while I may see the movie again, I'll probably never re-watch it in 3D. I keep expecting to see a movie where 3D isn't just an afterthought slapped onto any given movie to boost ticket sales. Where the director actually uses it as a tool to tell a story. »

- MovieWeb

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DVD Review: Grimsby

5 July 2016 12:52 AM, PDT | CineVue | See recent CineVue news »

★★☆☆☆ Sacha Baron Cohen has found fame and notoriety playing out our collective prejudices in living, breathing form, in order to make us realise how untenable they are. Borat's social satire worked because of its mockumentary form; even as Baron Cohen played a ridiculous Kazakh journalist, he gained some all-too-true reactions from his interview subjects, showing an America too comfortable with its own bigotry. After Bruno and The Dictator, his next outrageous character is Nobby Grimsby, his new target James Bond and its suggestive/squeamish, middle-class treatment of sexuality. Except he's been cut and pasted into a sub-90 minute Johnny English sequel, starring Mark Strong and directed by the journeyman who brought us 2008's Incredible Hulk and the Clash of the Titans remake.


- CineVue UK

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Attack on Titan 2nd Season finally gets a date (and a sneak peak and an image)

4 July 2016 4:17 AM, PDT | AsianMoviePulse | See recent AsianMoviePulse news »

The staff of the Attack on Titan franchise revealed at the “Shingeki Matsuri” event on Sunday that the anime’s second season will premiere in spring 2017.  The second season, which was initially announced in November 2014, was originally slated for 2016, but the delays have been continuous.

The staff for the second season was also announced:

Chief Director: Tetsuro Araki (director of first season)

Director: Masashi Koizuka (storyboard, episode director for first season)

Series Composition: Yasuko Kobayashi

Character Design: Kyoji Asano

Chief Animation Director: Kyoji Asano, Satoshi Kadowaki, Ayumi Yamada

Animation Production: Wit Studio

Assistant Director: Hiroyuki Tanaka

Action Animation Director: Yasuyuki Ebara, Arifumi Imai, Takuma Ebisu

Art Setting: Yuuho Taniuchi

Titan Setting: Takaaki Chiba

Prop Design: Takuma Ebisu

Color Key: Ken Hashimoto

Art Director: Shunichiro Yoshihara

3Dcg Director: Shigenori Hirozumi

3Dcg Producer: Shuhei Yabuta

Director of Photography: Kazuhiro Yamada

Editing: Aya Hida

Sound Director: Masafumi Mima

Music: Hiroyuki Sawano

Sound Effects: »

- Panos Kotzathanasis

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