Drive and Pusher auteur, Nicolas Winding Refn, is allegedly in talks to direct an adaptation of British comic book serial Button Man for DreamWorks.
As it’s the Jubilee weekend, let’s talk about murdering some aristocrats!
The first poster has been released for Frankenweenie, and I am frankly worried for Tim Burton’s mental health. Either the poor man is undergoing a mid-life crisis, or he has actually been listening to his critics.
Current Sherlock and all round star-on-the-rise, Benedict Cumberbatch has signed on for a role in Steve McQueen's 12 Years a Slave alongside Chiwetel Ejiofor, Paul Dano and McQueen regular Michael Fassbender.
There have been many, many (MANY) posters released for the upcoming final instalment in the Christopher Nolan directed Batman trilogy. We’ve covered the release of quite a few of them: here, here and here. The latest, released last week, are not that great either: here.
Warner Bros have tried to be clever in their marketing tactics, practically bombing us into submission with their dominance of the web. Despite all this online coverage, I’m yet to see much of these posters in the real world outside a cinema. Certainly in a digital sense, they’ve perhaps even overemphasised the point and I really think they could have come at it in a more effective way.
To celebrate the DVD release of Emmy and Golden Globe winning comedy series Curb Your Enthusiasm’s eighth season, and the new seasons 1-8 boxset, we’re giving you the chance to win all 10 season 8 episodes on DVD!
Prepare yourself for another bout of gut-wrenching comedy as Larry David returns in the hit US series Curb Your Enthusiasm: The Complete Eighth Season as it makes its debut on DVD on 11 June 2012 from HBO Home Entertainment. Also released on the same day, just in time for Father’s Day, is the stunning boxset housing Curb Your Enthusiasm: Complete Seasons One to Eight.
Madonna's W.E. is released next week and we have five copies to give away.
W.E. tells the story of one of the greatest royal love stories of the modern age; the enduring relationship between twice divorced American Wallis Simpson (Andrea Riseborough, Brighton Rock, Made in Dagenham) and King Edward VIII, (James D’Arcy, Master and Commander and the forthcoming Hitchcock) and the toll taken on Wallis as she comprehends the magnitude of the sacrifice that has been made for her. Viewed through the eyes of a modern day New Yorker, Wally Winthrop (Abbie Cornish, Sucker Punch, Somersault) W.E begins in 1998, and Manhattan is abuzz with anticipation about the upcoming auction of the estate of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor. But the auction is far more than a diversion for Wally, trapped in an unhappy and abusive marriage.