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Six Of The Best: The Performances of Emma Stone

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As one of America’s most revered young actresses around today, Emma Stone has produced many worthy performances throughout her impressive career. From feisty, independent women, to love interests you can’t help fall in love with yourself, Stone goes from strength to strength. To celebrate the impending release of The Amazing Spider-Man 2, we take a […]



Action-Packed New TV Spot for Hercules Starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson

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During last night’s MTV Movie Awards, a brand new TV spot for Brett Ratner’s Hercules aired, featuring plenty of never before seen action-packed footage from the highly anticipated movie which stars WWE Superstar turned Hollywood’s highest grossing actor, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. Based on Radical Comics’ Hercules: The Thracian Wars series, the big screen adaptation will be […]



The HeyUGuys Interviews: The Olivier Awards

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Gemma Arterton and Stephen Mangan hosted the 2014 Olivier Awards yesterday evening, and it was a fine night for London’s theatre community. The worlds of film and theatre are extremely close with many of the guests and nominees returning to the Royal Opera House a couple of months after the BAFTA awards took place here. […]



A Sinister Six Unanswered Questions The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Must Address

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Marc Webb’s The Amazing Spider-man met something of a lukewarm reception upon its release in 2012. Not only did it have to impress in its own right, but the film had to justify Sony’s decision to reboot the Spider-man universe so soon after Sam Raimi’s last film. Many viewers felt that the film failed to […]



10 of the Worst Superhero Movie Directors

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Even as we enter what seems to be the golden age of the superhero movie, there are still more bad comic book movies than good ones when looking over a list of what’s been released in the past 30 years or so. Why? Well, some may blame a poor choice of actor and others may […]



Magneto, Quicksilver and More Featured in Seven New Stills for X-Men: Days of Future Past

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A new batch of X-Men: Days of Future Past stills have been released today, offering up our best look yet at everyone from Magneto to Storm, and Colossus battling a deadly Sentinel! Fans have been critical of Quicksilver’s appearance, but this is the first image of him in action, giving us at least a somewhat […]



New X-Men Viral Reveals 25 Moments Which Led to the Events of Days of Future Past

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Are you wondering how the X-Men went from being the First Class we were introduced to in 2011 to those we saw in the original trilogy, and then the survivors in the post apocalyptic X-Men: Days of Future past timeline? As well as revisiting a few familiar moments in history, these slides – from a […]



New “Movie” Style Trailer Released for 24: Live Another Day

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Fox have been going all out to promote the return of 24 next month, but this new trailer (edited together in a similar way to the previews shown before movies) might just be the best yet! There are a lot of new plot details revealed – at least in regards to where we find Kiefer […]



The HeyUGuys Interview: Director Darren Stein and lead Michael J. Willet talk G.B.F.

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Following on from a triumphant showing at the recent BFI Flare festival in London, Darren Stein’s (Jawbreaker) high-school comedy G.B.F. (Gay Best Friend) now makes its way to Blu-ray and DVD, and we had the pleasure of sitting down with the filmmaker, alongside the lead star himself, Michael J. Willet, to discuss the project. The […]



First Trailer for Dolphin Tale 2 with Harry Connick, Jr., Morgan Freeman & Ashley Judd

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Picking up a few years on from the first hit film, Dolphin Tale 2 will be heading into cinemas towards the end of the year, reuniting the original cast for the next step in Winter’s story. The first film was of course based on the true story of the dolphin, Winter, renowned for her prosthetic […]



Six of the Best: Laura Linney

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It can’t be easy as a  working actress in Hollywood where, save a few notable exceptions, women are pigeonholed into convenient, one-dimensional archetypes – virgin, vixen, vessel, victim, villain – eventually condemned to onscreen marriages and partnerships with men two decades their senior and then flung into an oubliette when they themselves have the temerity […]



The HeyUGuys Interview: Emily Browning talks Magic Magic

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Emily Browning appears to be one of the busiest actresses around, starring in a variety of projects – each different from the next – ranging from Pompeii, to God Help the Girl to Magic Magic. It’s the latter which we discussed with the talented performer about – speaking to us on the phone from LA. […]



The Greatest Hammer Scares

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To mark the release of Hammer’s The Quiet Ones (in cinemas now – our review here) we look at some of Hammer Films’ greatest scary moments! That Hammer’s power to shock has diminished over the years is no surprise. An ever-increasing permissiveness and escalating developments in special effects mean that films so terrifying that they […]



The HeyUGuys Interview: John Michael McDonagh on sophomore feature Calvary

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Following on from his brilliant debut The Guard, talented filmmaker John Michael McDonagh returns with Calvary, a dark comedy about a priest who is threatened in a confessions box – and we had the pleasure of sitting down with the man himself to discuss his latest project. McDonagh discusses the challenge in writing a comedy […]



Six Of The Best – Martial Arts Fight Scenes

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The Raid absolutely tore it up on its release in 2011, with many a jaded film critic blown away by its visceral approach, its inventiveness and in particular (given how well-worn the genre is) its freshness. The Raid 2 is picking up a lot of really positive buzz from Sundance and the two trailers to […]



The HeyUGuys Interview: Jared Harris on his role in Hammer’s The Quiet Ones

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When you think about it the cool, calculated menace integral to many of the more prominent roles Jared Harris has taken on in recent years seem a perfect match for a Hammer Horror film. And so it comes to pass as the actor leads us into an encounter with The Quiet Ones, out in cinemas […]



Three New Stills from Guardians of the Galaxy; James Gunn Teases Avengers Connection

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Three new stills from James Gunn’s Guardians of the Galaxy have been released, and one of them features a fantastic new shot of the team assembled in their prison jumpsuits! The other two (which have also been scanned from the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly) offer up a look at Chris Pratt and Zoe Saldana […]



Matt Tolmach Addresses Spider-Man’s Role in Sinister Six and Venom

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One of the biggest questions about Sony’s planned Sinister Six and Venom movies is whether or not Spider-Man will somehow be involved in them. After all, a Sinister Six spin-off which serves as an Avengers-level event with Spidey battling six of his greatest foes sounds an awful lot more appealing than an origin story for […]



The HeyUGuys Premiere Interviews: The Cast & Crew of The Amazing Spider-Man 2

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London’s Leicester Square opened its arms to its friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man this evening as Marc Webb’s much-hyped sequel came to town. Webb reunites with Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and welcomes newcomers Jamie Foxx and Paul Giamatti as Electro and The Rhino respectively. Arguably the film which kicks off the […]



New Trailer and Poster for DreamWorks’ How to Train Your Dragon 2

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It’s almost time to fly again, folks. It’s been four years since the original animated fantasy hit the big screen, and now DreamWorks are gearing up once more to put How to Train Your Dragon 2 into cinemas this summer. The studio closed out last year on a high, launching an awesome first full-length trailer […]



The HeyUGuys Interview: Brendan Gleeson talks Calvary

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Having taken on a starring role in John Michael McDonagh’s debut feature The Guard, Irish actor Brendan Gleeson returns in the filmmaker’s sophomore endeavour, playing Father James Lavelle in Calvary. We were fortunate enough to discuss the role with the man himself, and how he went about combining the affable, endearing qualities to the character, […]