More secrets from Treadstone come to light as Aaron Cross, another lethal asset, becomes a hunted man in the fallout of Jason Bourne's actions.
Will Smith is back in the Black. It's an accounting joke.
I loved Drive, you probably loved Drive, any self-respecting film fan can at least find something to like in Drive. It stands to reason that anticipation for the next collaboration between Nicolas Winding Refn and Ryan Gosling (the DeNiro to his Scorsese, the Rob Schneider to his Adam Sandler) would be incredibly high.
That film is called Only God Forgives, and here are some pics...
Superhero franchises often over-do it when they reach the third movie, they appear to roll out as many characters as possible to ensure they don't miss out on an opportunity Iron Man 3 is proving to be no different.
As you will probably know by know, LITM is getting behind Studiocanal's Made in Britain season, bringing rarely seen classics of British cinema to big screens all over the country this summer. This week we're showcasing that perennial Ealing favourite, Passport to Pimlico, our review of which you will be able to read shortly. And as an exciting extra, we're glad to present an interview with Barbara Murray (Shirley Templeton -- i.e., Stanley Holloway's daughter -- in the film ,) who reminisces about location-shooting in bombed out Lambeth, a crotchety director and other stuff that will be of interest to Ealing fans.
Disney have unveiled the first stills from their forthcoming experimental short Paperman and it looks like the film will serve up a nice contrast to video-game-inspired Wreck-It Ralph, which it will play in front of.
Directed by John Kahrs (who has worked on the likes of Toy Story 2 and Tangled), Paperman tells the story of George, a dreamer living in 1950s New York who uses only paper to woo the woman of his dreams.
Formula One hasn't always enjoyed the best of fortunes on the silver screen, but Ron Howard looks to have nailed the sport's edge-of-the-seat thrills in his forthcoming film Rush.
Focusing on the rivalry between '70s legends James Hunt and Nicki Lauda (played by Chris Hemsworth and Daniel Brühl respectively), Rush shows how Lauda recovered from a potentially fatal accident half-way through the 1976 season to challenge Hunt for the World Championship.
Lost in the Multiplex is supporting StudioCanal's upcoming Made in Britain festival. You can read a little about it here, but if you really want to get into the spirit of things how about getting involved with this - we have four exclusive original posters to give away for four out of the five featured movies. If you would like to own Olly Moss' redesigned Quartermass poster, plus the posters for The Man Who Fell to Earth, Passport to Pimlico and Plague of Zombies, follow the jump and we'll tell you how.
This weekend will see another “most hotly anticipated film of the year” hit the big screen in the form of Ridley Scott’s Prometheus. Unless you have been stuck in the cinema repeatedly watching Avengers since Easter, you will already know that Prometheus is a return to Ridley’s sci-fi roots, and to the Alien universe, where he made his name more than 30 years ago.
However, with numerous viral videos, TV spots, trailers, trailers for trailers and general publicity for Prometheus it might have slipped your mind that Mr. Scott has also set his sights on further instalments to his other sci-fi masterpiece Blade Runner.