Exclusive: Universal Cuts The Cord With Critics On ‘Fifty Shades Darker’

Exclusive: Universal Cuts The Cord With Critics On ‘Fifty Shades Darker’

Universal Studios has just taken the film industry’s first step towards the edge of a cliff for film critics. In the wake of the onslaught of negative reviews prior to the opening of Fifty Shades of Grey in February 2015. Universal Pictures has now on its sequel decided to cut the cord with critics on […]

Following The Leader As IMDb Closes Message Boards

“We would first like to wish IMDb’s Founder and CEO Col Needham a Happy 50th birthday.” – Tastic Film Editor-in-Chief James Rush. IMDb has today announced the decision to close their message boards and private messaging system on February 20th, 2017. This is only the latest member to join the group of authoritative online websites […]

George Lucas’ Museum of Narrative Art To Open In Los Angeles

From the treacherous waters through which George Lucas’ Museum of Narrative Art has been dragged finally emerges a plan and a new home. While the hopeful years have passed with the planned $1 billion project moving from city to city. First being forced to move to Chicago from San Francisco in mid-2014 following a $700 […]

‘The Intern’ Premiere Lures Anne Hathaway & Robert De Niro To London

‘The Intern’ starring Anne Hathaway and Robert De Niro had its European Premiere last night in London. Both the lead stars and Wendy Meyers, the writer and director of the film, were in attendance. All of them were present to experience yet another of Wendy’s beautiful motion pictures. A lot of time was dedicated to […]

Ant-Man’s Ant Army Rolls Out The Red Carpet In London

There was nothing small-scale about the premiere for Marvel’s littlest superhero, Ant-Man, with the stars all beaming as they greeted the fans last night. Paul Rudd, Michael Douglas, Michael Pena and director Peyton Reed walked the ant-infested red carpet surrounded by the roars of Marvel fans who seemed to have forgotten all about Ant-Man’s troubled […]

Cannes: ‘Youth’ Sets Release Date Enters As Awards Contender

After receiving substantial critical acclaim and stepping onto the awards trail at the recent Cannes Film Festival, Fox Searchlight has announced that ‘Youth’ will be released domestically on Friday December 4th, 2015. This announcement from Fox Searchlight, which was the distributor of last years Best Picture winner Birdman, places Paolo Sorrentino’s ‘Youth’ directly in competition […]

Warner Brothers Buys Kiera Cass’ Bestseller ‘The Selection’

This Wednesday, Warner Bros have after a bidding war, acquired the film rights to Kiera Cass’ young adult genre bestseller ‘The Selection’. The studio has set scribe Katie Lovejoy to adapt the the first book in The Selection trilogy, which could become one of the next major franchises. Screenwriter Katie Lovejoy’s most recent project was […]

Star Wars: Inside The Celebration‬ And ‎Rogue One‬

On Sunday, Star Wars fanboys around the globe followed the celebration‬ event online, here are our takeaways from the event. The event began with an announcement seeing the expansion of Star Wars from a franchise into a universe with Star Wars: Rogue One.‬ Production on the first of many planned Anthology set films is scheduled […]

Insurgent Trailer Debut Journeys Beyond The Walls (Video)

This morning Lionsgate has dropped the first full-length trailer for the eagerly awaited second instalment of the Divergent film series ‘Insurgent’. Insurgent raises the stakes for Tris as she searches for allies and answers in the ruins of a futuristic Chicago. Tris (Woodley) and Four (James) are now fugitives on the run, hunted by Jeanine […]

Shailene Woodley Defies Reality In Insurgent Teaser (Video)

Four months ahead of the Divergent sequel’s March release, we finally get our first glimpse into the much anticipated world of ‘Insurgent’. Insurgent raises the stakes for Tris as she searches for allies and answers in the dystopian ruins of a futuristic Chicago. Tris (Woodley) and Four (James) are now fugitives on the run, hunted […]

Divergent Sequel ‘Insurgent’ To Be Released In 3D

With even more fans and cinemagoers than last year eagerly awaiting the second instalment of the Divergent series, Lionsgate has announced today that it will be releasing ‘Insurgent’ in both 3D and 2D. Producers Douglas Wick and Lucy Fisher commented in a statement on the decision to bring the Divergent franchise into the realm of […]

Q&A: Jon Favreau Discusses His Food Haven Of A Picture ‘Chef’

The legendary director, writer, actor and producer Jon Favreau, arrived in London yesterday for an exclusive screening and Q&A at the Soho Hotel for his latest food truck production ‘Chef’. If you haven’t yet had the chance to see the culinary masterpiece the film follows Chef Carl Casper, portrayed by Jon Favreau, whose life as […]

Production Has Commenced On Divergent Sequel ‘Insurgent’

Today, Lionsgate has announced that principal photography on the second installment of the Divergent franchise has commenced in Atlanta The series, which is adapted from the New York Times best seller author Veronica Roth’s book series, will be directed by Robert Schwentke — after director Neil Burger left the franchise last year and is now […]

First Official Image From The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 (Exclusive)

Lionsgate have unveiled the first still from The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part One, giving us a look at Julianne Moore playing President Alma Coin for the first time and the late Philip Seymour Hoffman in one of his final roles Plutarch Heavensbee. The third instalment in the Hunger Games franchise, which will be released both […]

Summer 2014: The Complete Preview

As the studios prepare to fight for control of this decade’s greatest summer box-office figures, we are hanging back and taking a look at this year’s hottest summer releases. From the earth being under siege in May and the unearthly remnants of June, to the saviours of July and onto an August beyond the realm […]