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This week sees the DVD release of Before Midnight. The third in Richard Linklater’s Before series, it stars Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy, continuing story of Jess and Celine’s romantic relationship, exploring love and life in a contemporary way Romance is one of the most explored genre of film, but what exactly is romance? Earlier […]

Front Row For The End Of The World: What Makes a Hollywood Apocalypse?


The apocalypse has been given the Hollywood treatment perhaps more than any other scenario, with literally hundreds of films showing the events leading up to it, or life going on after it. This year has been a big year for the end of the world. Oblivion showed a sci-fi vision of what life might be […]

Hollywood in Sand Hits the UK


A very good friend of mine Mr. Martin Dyer (who as an aside who is a rather large fan of Big Trouble in Little China and has done his best to convert me to love it, but failed!) sent me some rather fabulous photos yesterday while on a trip to Western-Super-Mare. Currently adoring the beach […]

The Super Bowl TV Spot Transformers: The Ride-3D

Transformers Dark of the Moon Poster

Universal Studios have just placed this new TV spot for the latest ride to hit Universal Studios Hollywood and it’s the Transformers ride.which is no doubt set to blow your socks off! It’ll hit the park in May and is guaranteed to come equipped with Bayhem! The ride follows on from the movie franchise directed […]

Vanity Fair Release their Awesome 2012 Annual Hollywood Issue – Photos and Videos

Vanity Fair 2012 Hollywood Issue Cover

I never read Vanity Fair…. except around this time of the year when they release their Hollywood issue and get numerous a-listers to appear on the cover! This year, it’s all about the ladies and features stars of forthcoming or recently released movies and as usual, they all look completely fabulous! The 2012 issue features […]

Hogwarts Comes to Hollywood with a Second Wizarding World of Harry Potter

The Wizarding World Of Harry Potter Logo

We knew it was coming but Universal have just sent us the press release with the info for the brand new Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios in Hollywood! They’ve also detailed news of the expansion of the existing Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Orlando Resort. I’ve placed the full press […]

HeyUGuys A-Z of Cinema (F-J)

Fat City

Here at HeyUGuys, we aim to provide you with an all-encompassing look into the world of film. Whether you’re a fully-fledged cineaste, or just possess a casual interest, there’s something for anyone with our alternative A-Z of cinema, which starts today and runs through the week. If you’ve ever wondered just what it is an […]

LG Pave the Way Forward for Home 3D with Quirky Cinema Ad and Viral


Last week we were invited to an event at visual effects and computer animation studio Framestore, which showcased the new cinema advert for LG Electronics 3D TV. Richard Ayoade (best known for his role in The IT Crowd and the director behind the highly-anticipated, upcoming rites of passage comedy feature, Submarine) joined forces with Framestore’s […]

Secretariat Review

Secretariat 2

The legendary racehorse Secretariat (who in 1973 became the first U.S. Triple Crown champion in twenty-five years, setting new race records that still stand today) gets the inevitable big-screen treatment in this Hollywood period-drama biopic. Diane Lane stars as Penny Chenery, a strong-willed and fiercely independent mother of four who takes over her parent’s stables […]

Is Sylvester Stallone Hollywood’s Greatest Star?

OK, i’ll wait a minute for you to stop laughing. It’s understandable. Stallone has been considered somewhat of a joke by many over the past couple of decades. He doesn’t have the best reputation for range, choice of roles or quality of output but, when it comes down to it, he has been consistently one […]

Inception’s Impressive First Week At The The Box Office

Deadline.com is reporting the extremely reassuring news that Inception has passed the $100 million barrier after just 7 days at the domestic (US) box office. On the surface, this may not be considered a huge feat for your average summer blockbuster, but when you consider that the film is an original piece of work, competing […]

The Sadness Of James Bond

It was reported last week that MGM may have finally given up on Bond 23, and it has now apparently been cancelled. MGM have been in turmoil for some time now, with financial problems slowing projects, and no sign of a buyer. This is sad news for many people for several reasons. On the surface, it is […]

Exclusive Interview with Hrithik Roshan & Brett Ratner on Kites: The Remix

Kites the Remix

Recently HeyUGuys sat down with the trio behind one of this week’s most unusual new releases, Kites: The Remix, to bring you the back-story of this intriguing Las Vegas action romance and how it became a  Bollywood/Hollywood cocktail!  Remix producer Brett Ratner joined the film’s stars Bárbara Mori and Hrithik Roshan to tell us more […]

Five Adaptable Alternatives To Robin Hood

Yesterday, to coincide with Ridley Scott’s adaptation, starring Russell Crowe and released this week, i looked at the legend of Robin Hood, and why so many movies and TV shows have been based around the popular character. The story of the outlaw that robs from the rich and gives to the poor is certainly compelling, but it got […]

Does Hollywood’s Future Really Lay In The Past?

The big news this week has revolved around JJ Abram’s next project, and the rumours and half truths surrounding it. Did he just direct the teaser, is he directing the full film? Is it a Cloverfield sequel or prequel? Right now we have as many questions as answers, but we do know that JJ Abrams […]

Robert Downey Jr – Last Box Office Superstar?

Robert Downey Jr has had a very up and down (and up again) career, and whilst he has been hugely popular with a large set of fans for the duration, his fall from grace meant that he wasn’t a big box office draw for most of it. This has changed in the last couple of […]

Time To Take Comic Book Movies A Little More Seriously

Iron Man 2 is already on release around the world, and this weekend opens domestically. It has already passed the $100M mark before it even hits screens in the US. Arguably the most highly anticipated movie of the year, it could quite conceivably turn out to be the highest grossing, and has already enjoyed a […]

Hugh Heffner Saves the Hollywood Sign!

The Hollywood Sign

It’s been a funny couple of weeks with news of one of the greatest landmarks in California facing the chop – or at least being obscured. The 450ft-long Hollywood sign that overlooks Los Angeles was under threat from developers that were planning to buy the land that stands in front of the famous sign. The […]

Bazmann’s Christmas Address


It’s been a great year for the British film industry. It kicked off with the British invasion of the Oscars, with notable wins for Kate Winslet, and Danny Boyle’s Slumdog Millionaire. The huge amount of British Actors plying their trade successfully in Hollywood continued to grow, with Scot Gerard Butler particularly in demand with parts […]

The Blair Witch Project: Ten Years On – Part 2


It’s the ten year anniversary of The Blair Witch Project, which was released in the UK to coincide with Halloween a decade ago. On Thursday, i looked at the impact it’s release had at the time in The Blair Witch Project: Ten Years On – Part 1, and yesterday reviewed the movie itself in Did […]