The tragic tale of the crew of the U.S.S. Indianapolis has been referenced in Hollywood a few times before, but now Robert Downey, Jr. is looking to bring the story to the big screen.
Question: What do When Harry Met Sally, Cry Freedom, Pink Flamingos, The Shining and Bambi all have in common?
The answer is that, according to the Smithsonian Magazine, they have all been used by scientists in experiments to elicit different emotions from human beings, respectively amusement, anger, disgust, fear and sadness.
Yellow. What used to be the colour of sunshine and daisies is now the go-to colour scheme for any deadly pandemic produced by Warner Bros. It worked well for I am Legend, and now Empire has revealed the one-sheet for the upcoming Contagion, which is similarly suffering from jaundice. Take a look below.
In news that's going to potentially excite everyone in the UK and beyond, cinema chain Cineworld has revealed on their Twitter feed that Steven Spielberg's 1993 behemoth Jurassic Park will be getting a cinema rerelease on September 23rd.
One of the most highly anticipated action films of this year began life as a live action movie and not the potentially groundbreaking CG event being released in October.
On a sunny Saturday at Disney’s D23 Expo, director Dan Scanlan and animating deity John Lasseter gave the audience a teasing glimpse into the world of Monsters University. Due for release in 2013, the film marks the first time the company has attempted a prequel, and will give an insight into the beginning of the friendship between James P. “Sully” Sullivan, and Mike Wazowski.
In the realm of the horror movie, words like "last" and "final" are practically worthless. Jason had seven follow-ups to his supposed concluding chapter and every Final Destination release is like a middle-finger to the dictionary.
Red, White and Blue is a hard hitting, psycho-sexual tale from British director Simon Rumley which has played to packed houses across the US and the UK at various film festivals over the past 18 months and consequently garnered rave reviews from critics with its unflinching take on life. It played Frightfest 2010 and is finally expecting to be released theatrically in the UK by the new Trinity X label in September. We sat down to discuss the hard hitting style Rumley went for.
The much maligned The Final Destination could have sounded the death knell for this ridiculously successful horror movie franchise. Much like the Saw series, the last instalment was afflicted by the law of diminishing returns as its writers seemingly ran out of fresh ideas, relying instead on the audience's obsession with 3D technology to shore things up. It’s a welcome relief therefore that Steven Quale’s directorial feature debut revitalises the stuttering series with one single moment of inspiration.
Released today on Blu Ray & DVD, Our Day Will Come is the feature debut of music video director Romain Gavras and follows a pair of outcasts, united only by their resentment of the world and the redness of their hair.
We have Patrick (Vincent Cassel), a cynical and manipulative therapist, who meets Remy (Olivier Bathelemy), a lanky and insecure teenager. Over the course of a night he begins to push Remy to challenge himself in increasingly strange and dangerous situations. Patrick's provocation awakens the radical in Remy and their journey takes on a new purpose; to find a place in the world that the redheads of the world can call their own.