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Godzilla to Face ‘Classic Monsters’

20th June 2017

The next movie in the continuing saga of monster movies, after this year’s Kong: Skull Island, will be Godzilla 2, and will apparently feature some familiar monstery faces. The MonsterVerse started in 2014, with the promise of more movies in the same universe. The new synopsis for the next Godzilla movie has hinted at several […]

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Fancy A Role in Fantastic Beasts 2?

12th June 2017

Calling all aspiring actors! Anyone ever tell you you look like a young Albus Dumbledore, Leta Lestrange or Newt Scamander? Well, now that slightly weird observation will come in handy for you as five new roles are up for grabs for 13-16 year olds who want to play the young versions of the main cast. […]

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Gambling on Gambit

8th June 2017

Oh Gambit. Your character was ruined in X-Men Origins and since then we’ve seen neither hide nor hair of you. Things did look hopeful for a little bit. Original director Doug Liman said to IGN, “It’s a crowded field of superhero films so the challenge for Gambit or any of those other movies is finding […]

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Wonder Woman Triumphs at Box Office

6th June 2017

After some rather disappointing movies at the box office, we finally have something to rave about. The latest US box office figures are in, and Wonder Woman, helmed by someone who knows how to direct (sorry Snyder), has topped the charts with $100 million on its first weekend. Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman, starring Gal Gadot and […]

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Peter Sallis Dies Age 96

6th June 2017

Well, that sucks. Best known for his roles in Last of the Summer Wine and as the voice of Wallace from Wallace and Gromit, Peter Sallis passed away yesterday surrounded by family, his agent confirmed. Sallis played Norman “Cleggy” Clegg, for all 295 episodes of Last of the Summer Wine, from the first episode in […]

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Pirates 5 Second Lowest Point in Series

1st June 2017

You ever get the feeling no one cares any more? It was a rather disappointing weekend for film, wasn’t it? May started strong with Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, and Alien: Covenant, but everything has sort of fallen through after the release of Baywatch, and Pirates 5. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell […]

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Finn is a “Big Deal’ in New Star Wars

25th May 2017

While he might have initially lied about himself in TFA, John Boyega’s character, Finn, is apparently quite a big deal in the upcoming Star Wars. This next film will follow the story of Rey, Finn and Poe, as they continue to fight against The First Order, the psychopathic Kylo Ren and his Master, Lord Snoke. […]

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First Look at Castlevania Show

25th May 2017

Since its announcement a few months ago, there hadn’t really been any news on when the Castlevania show would be released. Now, however? Things are about to get a little red. With no warning or big reveal, the upcoming Netflix series of Castlevania has a trailer, which was first shown on Netflix Latin American’s Twitter […]

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GoT: The Great War is Here

25th May 2017

Excuse me for a moment. Screams into a paper bag Okay, let’s do this. Finally, after what seems like an age waiting, we have our first proper look at the next season of Game of Thrones. It’s no surprise that a trailer has been released, after the photos that Entertainment Weekly published. It looks like […]

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Film Review: Kingsman: The Secret Service

25th May 2017

With the new ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ film coming out later this year and the trailer’s release just a couple of weeks ago, we thought we’d take you back to the first instalment in the epic spy-action film. Colin Firth (Harry Hart) and Taron Egerton (Eggsy) unite as an unlikely duo in the film that […]

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Movie Review: Assassin’s Creed

24th May 2017

Ham-fisted and awfully written, this video-game adaption leaves much to be desired. We follow the story of Callum Lynch, a man sentenced to die, only to be brought back into the world of the living by Abstergo, the front for the Templars. Ancient enemies, the Templars and Assassins have fought for centuries over something called […]

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The Witcher Has a Netflix Deal

18th May 2017

After 30 years of novels and world building, three progressively large games, and a massive fanbase, Andrzej Sapkowski’s The Witcher universe is coming to the small screen. Netflix has officially started work on the upcoming “English language drama series” that will be produced by Oscar-nominated visual studio Platige Image S.A. and which will release at […]

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Hellboy Reboot in the Works

11th May 2017

So, in the trend of rebooting every single idea ever, Hellboy, the big red monkey that graced our screens in 2004 and 2008, will be making a return in a different form. While Guillermo del Toro directed the first two films, he stated earlier this year a third film from him would “100% not happen”. […]

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Kojima’s Corner

9th May 2017

Seriously, this should be a segment we do every now and then. He’s just a nice guy with some really cool thoughts and opinions on stuff. Just saying. It’s no secret that Hideo Kojima has a love for movies. It’s shown in his works and his inspirations. Recently, like many of us, he loved Logan, […]

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Film Review: The Great Gatsby

9th May 2017

Let’s be honest, Leo is one of the main reasons anyone watches this film. And because it’s on the A Level English Literature specification. Eccentric director Baz Luhrmann took on the mammoth challenge of directing The Great Gatsby – and did a fantastic job of it. He makes every party scene ethereal with champagne popping in […]

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First Dark Tower Trailer is Here

3rd May 2017

The first trailer for Steven King’s The Dark Tower is here. The long-awaited adaption has been in the works for a while, with images popping up here and there of Idris Elba, playing The Gunslinger, and rumours of a 2017 release. But now we have a trailer, the film should be with us in a matter […]

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Wait, What?

3rd May 2017

SPOILERS Director M. Night Shyamalan is apparently building his own universe around his most popular films. He is finally making a sequel to Unbreakable, his sort of superhero film from way back in 2000, which will double as a sequel to Split, Shyamalan’s most recent success. This comes after an ending scene in Split showed that […]

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Film Review: The Girl on the Train

3rd May 2017

It was with a great reluctance that I watched The Girl on the Train due to the fact that one of the key parts of the blockbuster is not true to the novel by Paula Hawkins. The Girl on the Train novel is set in London where everyone has a British accent and it makes everything feel […]

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Movie Release Dates Revealed

25th April 2017

Release dates for a couple of Hollywood’s biggest films have been revealed! However, some of them are a long way off. These dates were revealed by Entertainment Weekly, and include Avatar 2-5, Deadpool 2 (June 2018), and Dark Phoenix (November 2018). The next four sequels to Avatar have finally been unveiled by way of their official Facebook. The […]

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Batgirl Won’t Be a Big Star

20th April 2017

It was confirmed last week that director Joss Whedon will be at the helm of a Batgirl movie for DC. When asked about casting by Variety, Whedon mentioned that he doesn’t expect a big-name star to play the heroine. He said, “I feel like I’m creating this character, I’m going to dialogue with her, and […]

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Emma Watson’s Belle is Rightly the Next Generation’s Idol

18th April 2017

Yes, I know, I’m late to the party. However, I have arrived and I have a point to make. Emma Watson’s role as Belle in the spring blockbuster Beauty and the Beast is completely deserving of its place as the next generation’s idol. Watson, who is a UN Goodwill Ambassador and the face of feminist charity HeForShe, […]

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13 Reasons Why You Must Watch 13 Reasons Why

17th April 2017

If you haven’t already seen Netflix’s groundbreaking new show 13 Reasons Why then you’re one of the remaining few who has yet to fall in love with the show. Social media is full of reviews, posts and memes all about the show and its complicated characters so you probably already know most of the contents […]

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Hideo Kojima on Ghost in the Shell

12th April 2017

Yep, the guy who gave us Metal Gear Solid has shared his take on the Ghost in the Shell reboot. In an essay he wrote for Glixel, Rolling Stone’s video game outlet, he said: “The respect that the movie shows in mimicking the anime is unquestionable. As a real fan of the original works, though, […]

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“We Know Each Other!”

11th April 2017

The first trailer for Thor: Ragnarok has arrived! As expected, it will follow the storyline of Planet Hulk, where Hulk is on a distant planet, forced to fight in gladiatorial combat, but the focus is likely to be on Thor, obviously. Thor’s hammer is broken at the beginning of the trailer by a new foe, Loki […]

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The Defenders Confirmed for August 2017

10th April 2017

Marvel has announced that The Defenders, the show that will combine all of the Netflix Marvel heroes and mash them into one series, will be coming this August. We knew it was in the works but the show has officially been confirmed for 18th August. The show will see returning stars Charlie Cox, Krysten Ritter, Mike […]

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What’s Coming to Netflix This April?

3rd April 2017

Netflix is without doubt one of the many joys of modern life and every month, it just gets better and better. This month, we have some really great movies/episodes to look forward to including some old classics like Ghostbusters and Matilda. Here is a short list of all of the best releases Netflix has to […]

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New Spider-Man Homecoming Trailer!

29th March 2017

Oh boy:  Yes folks, the new Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer is here and it looks like Spidey is back on form. Tom Holland will reprise his role as the web-slinger, over from Civil War, with actor Robert Downey Jr. returning as Tony Stark, in a mentor role for Peter. Things look tense between our favourite spandex-clad […]

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New Ghost in the Shell Clip

27th March 2017

After nearly two years of waiting, Ghost in the Shell starring Scarlett Johansson is finally around the corner. To build the hype further, we have a short clip of the iconic water fight scene, redone for the remake, obviously. It’s short, sweet, and looks very in keeping with the animated movie’s original style, i.e. very […]

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Cable Actor Revealed!

23rd March 2017

Finally! After the first look at Deadpool 2 we got this month, it’s finally been revealed who will play one of the film’s main characters, Cable. According to THR, Oscar-nominee Michael Shannon is currently in the running to play Deadpool’s reluctant partner. Other actors were in the running too, however, including David Harbour, who played […]

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The Scene That Almost Was

22nd March 2017

SOME SERIOUS ROGUE ONE SPOILERS While Rogue One only featured our favorite Sith Dad for a few minutes collectively, Darth Vader was originally supposed to kill off a major character at the very end of the movie. Director Krennic was supposed to have survived the blast from the Death Star at the end of the […]

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Deathstroke Not Appearing in The Batman?

22nd March 2017

After recent information that The Batman would not begin shooting until 2018, actor Joe Manganiello, who was slated to play Deathstroke, might not actually be in it. In an interview with Pittsburgh Today, he was asked if he was still part of the cast for the standalone film. His answer though, was his hands raised, […]

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Movie Review: Logan

13th March 2017

Hugh Jackman returns one last time as Wolverine, in probably his best performance ever as an older, grittier Logan. *SPOILERS AHEAD* Set a decade in the future, the outlook is bleak for mutants. All but a few have been wiped out, and no new mutants have been born since the turn of the century. Logan, […]

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Logan Tops Box Office

6th March 2017

Top of the charts, bub. After a monsoon of positive press, Logan is the most successful solo Wolverine film ever. Following close behind, however, is Get Out, which is also supposed to be incredible. Check out the full list below! Logan –$85.3 million Get Out — $26.1 million The Shack — $16.1 million The Lego […]

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New GOTG Trailer Looks Incredible

2nd March 2017

Do you ever look at something and just grin, because you know it’ll be great? Yeah. Guardians of the Galaxy 2 is coming in May, and it looks like oodles of fun. From the colour pallet to the signature humour that was set out in the first film, everything looks so good. The film will star the […]

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Newest Chilling Alien Trailer is Here

2nd March 2017

This actually looks pretty horrifying. From director Ridley Scott, we have another Alien: Covenant trailer, and this one looks pretty harrowing. We begin with Daniels (Katherine Waterston) explaining just how much each person on the ship has sacrificed in order to find another planet fit for colonisation. It’s a rather optimistic start. Which slowly dissolves […]

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At Least They Tried?

2nd March 2017

This isn’t what we wanted from Beauty and the Beast. You’d think, looking at Beauty and the Beast, the obvious pairing you would make would be Cogsworth and Lumiere, right? I’m not going mad here, if anyone was to have a gay relationship it would be them. You’d think that, right? Sadly, however, this isn’t […]

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Final Kong Trailer Arrives

28th February 2017

The final trailer for Kong: Skull Island has landed, showing action, monsters and more. The trailer features a few promo spots that have been slowly coming out over the last month or so. It features a behind-the-scenes look at the film, as well as the island’s newest creatures, the Skull Crawlers. The film comes out […]

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And Now Something That’s Been Done Before

27th February 2017

Every few years or so, we’ll get a bulky story, citing some studies as to why younger children should not be subjected to technology so early in their lives. It’s a fact that it’s basically impossible to avoid technology. It’s in our homes, Wi-Fi permeates every level of our society, along with screens, sounds, everything. […]

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Pokémon Turns 21 Today!

27th February 2017

February 27th is apparently Pokémon day, in case you didn’t know. The original games came out in Japan on this date in 1996, and this will be the IP’s 21st birthday. They celebrated last year with a Super Bowl advert, and a party with Drew Barrymore. This year, fans can probably expect several things while […]

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Suicide Squad Won an Oscar

27th February 2017

Suicide Squad won an Oscar This was worth a special mention. Despite all the movies that came out last year with excellent make-up design and hairstyling, guess which one won it. #Oscars: 'Suicide Squad' Makeup & Hairstyling winners dedicate their win to "all the immigrants." pic.twitter.com/yO8iFfHOOc — Hollywood Reporter (@THR) February 27, 2017 The film […]

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The Oscars blunder plus the rest

27th February 2017

Since all the news is talking about is what happened at the Oscars, let’s go through some of the highlights… You’ll have heard about the big mistake with the Best Picture award. Oh, you know, the one that is what the whole event builds up to. Basically, the La La Land team was slap bang in the […]

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‘The Lego Batman Movie’ Film Review

25th February 2017

The Lego Batman Movie does exactly what it says on the tin. It follows DC character Batman as he fights crime Gotham City. As an animation, it’s an amazing spectacle; in a similar fashion to the first film, you are constantly bombarded with action. In the words of my 4-year-old brother, “it was awesome”. Probably the […]

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Deadpool 2 Gets a New Writer

23rd February 2017

After a few months of saying um and ah, we finally have some concrete information that Deadpool 2 has some new writers on board. It has been reported that Cloverfield and Daredevil writer Drew Goddard has joined the movie. Coming from Collider, he has joined the other writers, Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, as a […]

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New Alien Covenant Images

23rd February 2017

Colour me intrigued. Alien: Covenant is set for release later this year, but for now, we have a selection of images released by Ridley Scott, the director, to keep us sated. We see a broken landscape, with what looks like a giant alien head(?) poking out of the cliff side. We have bloodied footprints, and […]

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Review: Bridget Jones’s Baby

22nd February 2017

With Bridget Jones’s Baby having just been released onto DVD, you may be wondering whether it’s worth spending your well-earned pennies on. Well, we’re here to figure that out for you. A spin-off from the original, Bridget Jones’s Diary, this may at first seem like old news. However, don’t dismiss it just yet. Now in […]

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Logan to Have Post-Credit Scene

21st February 2017

Neat. Logan, Hugh Jackman’s last swing as Wolverine, is said to have a post-credit scene, so you may want to keep your butts seated when you go see it. This comes from Collider, though we have no word on what will be in the scene. Critics have already seen the film, and the reviews are […]

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Why new film Split does nothing for mental health

17th February 2017

As someone who sees the struggle for mental health awareness and funding parity in their everyday life, I knew that I had to see the new film Split. Split is based on a man named Kevin with dissociative identity disorder – something many know as multiple personality disorder. Kevin, played by James McAvoy, has 23 different identities, some […]

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Hang On a Minute

16th February 2017

Warner Bros., the dunderheads behind Batman v Superman and Suicide Squad, have shown interest in hiring Mel Gibson to direct the next Suicide Squad film. This is according to The Hollywood Reporter, and they also state that there has been no official offer made yet. Gibson is said to be currently “familiarising himself with the […]

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Keanu Up for John Wick 3

13th February 2017

John Wick: Chapter 2 is out as we speak, and there are already whispers of a sequel. Keanu Reeves, the star of both movies, has said that he would love to play the role of the master assassin a third time. Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, he explained that a third film would depend on the […]

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Batman Wins at Box Office

13th February 2017

The Lego Batman Movie has beaten Fifty Shades Darker this weekend, in what folks are calling ‘a turn for the better for 2017’. They aren’t really. This is just fantastic news. Yes, the most recent Lego movie has topped the box office charts, beating Fifty Shades, John Wick, and Split. It took the spot with […]

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