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Gorillas, Alternate Endings, Michael Jackson – The Untold Story of the making The Goonies

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With a name like HeyUGuys, it’s hard for us to hide our love of The Goonies and after being talked about for years and last week Richard Donner (known by everyone as Dick Donner) confirmed to the world that a Goonies sequel is in the works. We’ll still believe it when we see the cameras […]

The HeyUGuys Interview: Steven Knight on his mystery thriller Locke


  With a CV boasting of a Best Original Screenplay nomination in 2004 for Dirty Pretty Things  Steven Knight has had a long and distinguished career in screenwriting and with his latest film, Locke starring Tom Hardy, his second directorial outing proves his capability behind the camera. We chat with Steven Knight about his latest film […]

Postman Pat Delivers a World Exclusive TV Spot for his new Movie

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Just a little over a month to go now until Postman Pat: The Movie hits our cinemas screens. To mark the occasion we’ve been given this world exclusive look at a brand new TV spot ahead of the release on 23rd May. The movie has an all-star voice cast which includes David Tennant, Rupert Grint, […]

HeyUGuys On Set: Will Poulter, Alfie Allen & More on Friends and Frauds Film Plastic


With so many projects filming in the UK at the moment, and with most of the major film studios booked out by major American productions, British producers are having to be increasingly creative when it comes to finding somewhere to film. Which is how HeyUGuys found ourselves spending a snowy day early last year in […]

The HeyUGuys Summer Preview – Interstellar


  Director Christopher Nolan is known for the secrecy that surrounds the production of his films. Think locked rooms, surreptitiously delivered scripts, each page watermarked with the name of the actor, and endings that are verbally delivered. In fact, during the filming of the final scene from The Dark Knight Rises (Spoiler), Christian Bale was […]

New Guardians of the Galaxy and X-Men: Days of Future Past Featurettes

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Following the release of the final spectacular X-Men: Days of Future Past trailer, 20th Century Fox have released a series of featurettes for the “inbetweenquel”, giving us a look at some new clips from the movie along with plenty of interviews with director Bryan Singer and the impressive cast. Remember, you can check out the […]

HeyUGuys on Set: Andy Serkis on Returning for Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

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This is Part Two of our set visit report from Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, for Part One please click here. During a setup change on the blisteringly hot set of Dawn of the Planet of the Apes we are taken out of our very comfy video tent, just out of frame of […]

Cannes 2014 Lineup Unveiled

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This morning Cannes director Thierry Fremaux announced the films which will make up the 67th Cannes Film Festival lineup. The announcement confirmed that the opening film, Olivier Dahan’s much-anticipated Grace of Monaco, is the only cut of the film, clearing up  previous confusion on the matter. It is a strong opener, and the premiere screening […]

The HeyUGuys Interview: Director Joel Hopkins on The Love Punch

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While only making a small handful of films across his career, Joel Hopkins has never had any trouble drawing in the stars, as having worked alongside Dustin Hoffman and Emma Thomspon in his preceding endeavour Last Chance Harvey, he now reunites with the latter once more in The Love Punch, also throwing Pierce Brosnan into […]

Bates Motel Season 2 Episode 3 Review – Caleb


In its previous episode, Bates Motel teased us with the revelation that the Bates family is bigger than we imagined, with her brother Caleb mentioned. While family reunions tend to be favourable affairs, this is one member whose presence is not welcome, following Norma’s explanation to Norman how her brother used to make her perform […]

The First Poster lands for Denzel Washington’s The Equalizer

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Sony have released the first poster for the theatrical version of the hit TV show The Equalizer. Up to now all we’ve seen is a single image so hopefully a trailer will follow soon. The TV show was released back in 1985 and ran for four seasons. It starred British legend Edward Woodward as Robert […]

First Star Wars Episode VII Set Photos; J.J. Abrams’ Next Project Revealed?


As production of Star Wars Episode VII begins ramping up in Abu Dhabi, a photographer from The National has taken what appear to be the first photos from the set of the highly anticipated movie. Check out our Star Wars Unsung Heroes Top 6 Taken in the dunes near the Qasr Al Sarab resort, they feature […]

Exclusive Look at the New Poster for The Anomaly


So exactly what, the marketing asks, is The Anomaly? That question is at the heart of Noel Clarke’s new film, a high-concept sci-fi thriller with a fine young cast including Ian Somerhalder, Alexis Knapp and the third of the Hemsworth brothers, Luke. Brian Cox also joins in the fun and he’s always worth watching. The […]

The HeyUGuys Summer Preview – Edge of Tomorrow


In the past few years, time loop movies have been making a slight comeback in mainstream Hollywood. The genre is one rarely ventured into, with good reason, but the quality we’ve seen recently has been spectacular. So with baited breath, and fingers cross, I am wholeheartedly looking forward to Doug Liman’s Edge of Tomorrow this […]

The Unsung Heroes of Star Wars

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With Episode VII around the corner, and the production to the Original Trilogy (less so the Prequels) spun into filmmaking folklore, Star Wars has never been more potent in popular culture. While the world waits on the official appointment of Messrs. Hamill, Fisher and Ford to complete the proverbial circle there are many others whose […]

10 Things to Note in the Final Trailer for X-Men: Days of Future Past

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Earlier today, we were treated to the superb final trailer for Bryan Singer’s X-Men: Days of Future Past. The footage contained plenty of noteworthy and intriguing moments, and we’ve managed to narrow them down to a list of just ten for you to browse through. Some are just interesting occurrences which leave us with more […]

The HeyUGuys Interview: Emma Thompson & Celia Imrie on The Love Punch

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Having both made their fair share of profound, more sincere features, acting duo Emma Thompson and Celia Imrie are not offering something a little lighter with their latest offering The Love Punch – and we had the great pleasure of sitting down with the pair to discuss their work on the Joel Hopkins project. As […]

Final Trailer for X-Men: Days of Future Past Released UPDATED with Second New Trailer


The final trailer for Bryan Singer’s X-Men: Days of Future Past is here! While the last trailer focused mainly on action, this one sheds a little more light on Wolverine’s trip back in time to avoid the post apocalyptic future caused by the Sentinels. As a result, we see him recruiting a team consisting of […]

Paul Walker’s Brothers Caleb & Cody Step In for Fast & Furious 7


The Fast & Furious saga was dealt an unimaginable blow at the end of last year, when leading man Paul Walker died in a tragic car accident. Production on the upcoming Fast & Furious 7 was halted, giving the cast and crew time to grieve for their lost family member, and to make a decision […]

Matthew Vaughn and Fox Bringing Mark Millar’s Superior to the Big Screen


After directing Kick-Ass and this October’s The Secret Service starring Colin Firth and Samuel L. Jackson, Matthew Vaughn looks set to bring another Mark Millar (The Ultimates, Wanted) comic book to the big screen. However, he’ll initially serve as a producer, and there is currently no word on a writer or director. Twentieth Century Fox […]

The HeyUGuys Interview: Renowned Swedish filmmaker Lukas Moodyson discusses We Are The Best!


When settling in to watch a film taking place in 1980s Sweden, chronicling three young, teenage girls as they approach adolescence, you could be forgiven for expecting a picture that could be somewhat alienating to a large part of the potential audience – yet director Lukas Moodyson has created a feature with such broad appeal. […]