Well being ill sucks.
With the marketing campaign starting to gather pace for The Amazing Spider-Man 2, today we are treated to the first trailer.
It’s not often you get to see Robert De Niro playing a cross-dressing pirate, but that’s exactly the world you get in Stardust. Based upon the novel by Sandman legend Neil Gaiman, it is directed by Matthew Vaughn from a script penned by Kick-Ass adaptor Jane Goldman.
More big casting news was announced today for the upcoming Zack Snyder’s Superman vs. Batman as Gal Gadot was confirmed to be playing Wonder Woman.
The master of low-budget looking, big budget films Paul W.S. Anderson is back with his action event film Pompeii.
Having been long-mooted, the sequel (or technically sidequel) to 300 is now fast approaching release and today we get the first proper trailer.
Pop star Rita Ora has been confirmed for the Fifty Shades of Grey film adaptation.
Following a number of posters, images and viral information the latest banner for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 gives us our first glimpse of not only the vehicle used by Rhino (Paul Giamatti), but also at Dane De Haan’s Green Goblin.
Directed by Jeremy Lovering, In Fear revolves around two almost-strangers, Tom (Iain De Caestecker) and Lucy (Alice Englert) who met at a bar and hit it off. A couple of weeks later, Tom invites Lucy to come with him to a music festival with some of his friends. On their way there, he told her that he took the liberty of booking them a hotel for the night, deep in the Cornwall countryside. So they set off into the night to get to the hotel, but things start to go horribly wrong.
After the strange but compelling lo-fi sci-fi of Primer released in 2004, director Shane Carruth went quiet for some time, working on a couple of different projects before resurfacing in 2013 with Upstream Colour, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.