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  • post Justice League: first full trailer released online - 25 March
  • The trailer for the much-hyped DC Comics superhero movie sees Batman, Wonder Woman and Aquaman join forces The first full trailer for the much-anticipated superhero-team movie Justice League has been released onto the internet.Directed by Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice?s Zack Snyder, Justice League has been heavily hyped as DC Comics? answer to Marvel?s The Avengers, which provided a gateway into multiple character spin-off movies and allowed its superhero ?universe? to mushroom. Justice League features the likes of Batman, Aquaman and Wonder Woman, and is due to be followed by films giving each character solo outings. Wonder Woman, released in June, stars Gal Gadot, while Aquaman should be arriving in December 2018. The Batman has been beset by well-publicised production troubles, and is not likely to start shooting until next year. Continue reading...
  • post Daniel Clowes: Trump's America is like the cynical comics I drew back in the 90s - 25 March
  • As the comic writer?s fantastically misanthropic work Wilson hits cinema screens, he talks about grief, Ghost World and surviving in TrumplandHey, Daniel. What was it like making a movie without Terry Zwigoff, who directed Ghost World and Art School Confidential, but isn?t in charge for Wilson?With Terry, I was very much there the whole time in kind of a Coen Brothers-ish scenario. We were bouncing ideas off each other and it felt fairly collaborative ? for this one, I had decided I really had not enjoyed that process. I really like hanging out with Terry, we have fun together, but the actual process of making the movies was not at all fun for me. After the last one I thought, you know what, I?m just going to do what I do, write the script, hand it off and see what happens. My whole goal with this one was not to even see it until it came out in the theater. Continue reading...
  • post Power Rangers gets 18+ age restriction in Russia over inclusion of LGBT character - 24 March
  • Russian distributor informed cinemas that the film would have highest possible restrictions after hardline anti-gay legislator suggested it should be bannedThe Russian distributors have given Power Rangers an 18+ rating after criticism from several anti-gay legislators who complained about the film?s inclusion of a LGBT character.WDSSPR, the Russian distributor of Power Rangers, informed cinemas on Friday that the film would have the highest possible age restrictions after hardline anti-gay legislator Vitaly Milonov suggested it should be banned. Continue reading...
  • post Red Nose Day Actually review - not funny, but at least it raised money - 24 March
  • Despite all the celeb cameos the charity update of Richard Curtis?s romcom was bafflingly weak. But ultimately its job wasn?t to get laughs - it was to help peopleThe best will in the world is what we all have for Red Nose Day ? and for Richard Curtis?s monumental effort over decades in helping to make it a great national instutition. I?m very happy to have got my debit card out on the night, like so many others. The convention is that you cheerfully overlook some of the gags that don?t come off on account of the wacky gang-show spirit and live-TV hijinks and because it?s all in a good cause. But the awful truth is that Red Nose Day Actually, the much-trumpeted special featurette update of Curtis?s 2003 romcom box office smash, really was bafflingly weak.
    Related: Behind the scenes of Comic Relief?s Love Actually: Andrew Lincoln?s creepy cards return Continue reading...
  • post Original Ghost in the Shell director: 'no basis' for whitewashing anger - 24 March
  • Mamoru Oshii says he has no issue with casting of Scarlett Johansson since character is a cyborg and despite her name, ?her physical form is an assumed one?The director of the original Ghost in the Shell, Mamoru Oshii, has weighed in on the whitewashing controversy surrounding the remake, saying that there is no basis for the criticism leveled at the decision to cast Scarlett Johansson in the lead role rather than an Asian actor. Related: Worse than a whitewash: has Ghost in the Shell been Hollywoodised? Continue reading...
  • post Shia LaBeouf?s Trump art project shut down one day after moving to Liverpool - 24 March
  • He Will Not Divide Us is curtailed on police advice after reports of ?dangerous trespassing?, with alt-right group thought to be involvedHe Will Not Divide Us, Shia LaBeouf?s artistic protest against the Trump presidency, has been shut down again, just one day after moving to its latest location in Liverpool. On Wednesday. the city?s Foundation for Art and Creative Technology (Fact) centre announced that they would be displaying the project, which currently takes the form of a live stream of a white flag featuring the words: ?He will not divide us.? The announcement came after the actor?s artistic group LaBeouf, Rönkkö & Turner said that it was not safe to display the artwork in the US. Continue reading...
  • post Chips review ? woefully unfunny TV cop show reboot - 25 March
  • Dax Shepard goes for laughs in this remake of the US highway patrol series ? and failsDirector and star Dax Shepard clearly did most of his preparation for this movie reboot of the TV series in the gym. As a result, his character, rookie motorcycle cop Jon Baker, spends almost as much time posturing in his pants as his does straddling a Ducati. A staggeringly unfunny comedy, the film mines homophobia, accidental decapitation and the objectification of women for lols. Continue reading...
  • post Star Wars spin-off will reveal how Han Solo got his name - 24 March
  • Disney CEO Bob Iger says that film will also feature first meeting between character and Chewbacca, and divulges details about the franchise?s futureIt is legendary throughout Star Wars?s galaxy far, far away, but it seems that Han Solo?s name may not be his real one. According to Disney CEO Bob Iger, the forthcoming Han Solo prequel will reveal how Harrison Ford?s space smuggler acquired his name ? suggesting that it hasn?t been with him from birth. Continue reading...
  • post Jake Gyllenhaal to play anarchist joining the fight against Isis - 24 March
  • Daniel Espinosa will direct film based on the real-life story about a band of American radicals who are taking on the Islamic State in SyriaJake Gyllenhaal is to star in a drama about an American who joins the fight against Islamic State in Syria.According to the Hollywood Reporter, the film, an adaptation of Seth Harp?s Rolling Stone article The Anarchists vs the Islamic State, will see the actor reunite with director Daniel Espinosa, with whom he recently worked on sci-fi horror movie Life. Gyllenhaal will produce the film via his production company Nine Stories. Continue reading...
  • post The Handmaid?s Tale: Elisabeth Moss stars in disturbing first full trailer ? video - 24 March
  • The brutality of Margaret Atwood?s 1985 novel The Handmaid?s Tale is brought to life in a film starring Elizabeth Moss, released in the US on 26 April. Moss plays Offred, who narrates life from the dystopian totalitarian future in the country of Gilead, where women are imprisoned and forced to procreate for the ruling male elite and their infertile wives
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