This week we have the first trailer for Steven Chbosky’s The Perks of Being a Wallflower, an adaptation of his acclaimed novel of the same name.
A funny and touching adventure based on a best-selling novel that has sold over a million copies in the U.S. and has been published in 16 countries and 13 languages, THE PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER is a modern classic about a shy, sensitive teenager caught between trying to live his life and escape it
Here is the first image from Pacific Rim, the much-anticipated but little known Guillermo Del Toro directed sci-fi epic.
Get ready for a thrilling ride as Ewan McGregor narrates the fascinating full-length documentary feature-film FASTEST, released on Blu-ray and DVD on 11 June 2012, from Universal Pictures (UK).
Directed by Mark Neale through breathtaking camerawork this maximum-speed documentary captures the intense and heart-pounding reality of the MotoGP Championship, documenting a pivotal movement in the sport. Shot around the world in 2010 and 2011, FASTEST follows the legendary Valentino Rossi as he chases his eighth world title.
To celebrate the DVD release of Emmy and Golden Globe winning comedy series Entourage's eighth season, and the new seasons 1-8 boxset, we’re giving you the chance to win season 8 on DVD!
The time has come to bid a fine farewell as 11 June 2012 marks the release of the eighth and final season of television’s coolest show. After 96 episodes, the much-loved Emmy and Golden Globe winning series has come to an end. But fear not, as for the first time ever a Complete Boxset of Seasons One to Eight will also be available on 11 June 2012. Executively produced by Oscar nominee Mark Wahlberg (Contraband, The Departed) and loosely based on his own Hollywood experience, Entourage is a hilarious romp through the absurdities of modern-day Tinseltown, following the life of a young star and his buddies in Hollywood where the guys want to be them and girls want to be with them.
Despite not exactly setting the box office alight, Universal are already looking to produce a sequel to Rupert Sanders' fairytale adaptation, Snow White and the Huntsman.
The appeal of the Ealing comedies in the 21st Century comes to a great extent from the insight they provide into a vanished past. The Britain they portray, a world of plucky, amiable and tightly-knit communities always up for a gentle adventure, was probably a nostalgia-inflected fabrication even in the 1940s and 50s. Nevertheless, these films seem to reflect a perceived national spirit – if not a way of life, then certainly an attitude – that seems now to be long gone. Passport to Pimlico, more than any other of the half-dozen or so comedies released by the studio, presents a model of this lost, mythological Britain, and in light of the Queen’s diamond jubilee, which has evoked a certain yearning for that rose-tinted era, its re-release is particularly appropriate.
Having had a career revitalisation through his Sherlock Holmes franchise, it looks like Guy Ritchie will be bringing his unique brand of adaptation to Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island.
Stephen King is a difficult writer to crack on the big screen. A lot of his most famous works are the size of phone books and any attempt to faithfully adapt them for the big screen leads to disaster.
It's no coincidence that a lot of King adaptations are borderline nonsensical, whereas the most successful examples almost always come from short stories or novellas. The Shining is a notable exception but Kubrick pretty much re-wrote that novel to better fit his film, much to King's myopic frustration.
Warner Bros seem to be aware of this issue and, when approaching their future adaptation of King's 1986 novel IT, they appear to have come up with the best possible solution: Split it into two movies.
Captain America 2 has found its new director(s) and a series of set pics from Iron Man 3 may substantiate early rumours for The First Avenger's next big villain.