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Film News: Release of ‘No Time to Die’ Postponed

No Time to Die, the upcoming James Bond movie and the last to feature Daniel Craig in the role, has been delayed by 7 months in light of the coronavirus outbreak and “careful consideration and thorough evaluation of the global theatrical marketplace”. The film, which features Ana de Armas, Rami Malek and Lashana Lynch is […]Read More

Film News: Rian Johnson announces details of Knives Out sequel

Earlier this month, Paramount announced that their critically acclaimed whodunnit, Knives Out, would be getting its very own sequel. Directed by Rian Johnson, the film was a hit with audiences and even earned itself an Oscar nomination for Best Original Screenplay. A lucky treat for the fans, Johnson shed some more light on the plans […]Read More

London Film Festival Review: Knives Out

From its opening shots, you might be tricked into thinking that Knives Out is going to be your standard whodunnit. Isolated mansion in unspecified location? Check. A score replete with screeching strings? Check. Various creepy trinkets, dolls and weird paintings on the walls? Check. And yet, director Rian Johnson perfectly satirizes this Agatha Christie-esque setting […]Read More

Film News: James Bond 25 cast revealed

After a pre-production rife with controversy and delay, there’s been an announcement concerning the 25th James Bond film – but still no signs of a title. In a reveal that was streamed live from Jamaica, many details of the upcoming Bond film were announced to fans across the globe. Whether you were a fan or not, […]Read More

Film News: Phoebe Waller-Bridge set to “liven up” Bond 25

She’s in high demand and already juggling multiple projects, but Phoebe Waller-Bridge is showing no signs of stopping. The creator, writer, and star of critically acclaimed BBC tragicomedy Fleabag, and head writer on smash-hit spy-thriller Killing Eve, has reportedly been asked to bring her trademark “wit and quirkiness” to the latest film in the Bond […]Read More

Film Review: Logan Lucky

Marking one of cinemas most anticipated returns of 2017 is Steven Soderbergh’s inevitable comeback movie Logan Lucky. Following his self-imposed exile from Hollywood in 2013 he’s not exactly been quiet, however his return to feature film was what fans were most excited for, and it’s certainly worth the wait, a classic Soderbergh heist with a […]Read More

Film Review: Spectre

The image of a giant skeleton puppet smoking a cigar whilst casting its gaze over the surrounding masses, as it is ceremonially paraded through the centre of Mexico City, the Day of the Dead festival isn’t quite what you expect to be welcomed by. A silky-smooth, prolonged tracking shot ensues henceforth from the aforementioned opening frame […]Read More