Tags : Chiwetel Ejiofor

Elephant Queen (Apple TV+) Interview – Mark Deeble & Victoria

The Elephant Queen is a genre-crossing wildlife documentary, uniquely crafted as a character driven narrative. Its enduring themes are built upon a foundation of authenticity and integrity, brought from filmmakers Mark Deeble (Voyage of Time) and Victoria Stone’s (The Queen of Trees) 60 years of collective experience in the rich tradition of wildlife documentary filmmaking. […]Read More

Film Review – The Lion King (2019)

In the jungle – the mightiest and most beautiful of jungles – the lion sleeps tonight. Covered in golden fur, a flowing mane of royal proportions and a voice that would make a Wolverine purr, it’s the king of all it surveys. And that’s just the computer generated version of Jon Favreau’s latest foray into […]Read More

In New Maleficent: Mistress Of Evil Trailer Shows Her True

When peace is fragile anything can happen and in Maleficent: Mistress Of Evil, Maleficent cannot hold her peace second Trailer…Only reveal her true evil self! After the success of 2014 film, it was no surprise this sequel was coming,question was when? This autumn we will see this long awaited follow up, as Angelina Jolie and […]Read More

Netflix Review – Velvet Buzzsaw (2019)

Netflix has lined up some tasty offerings for 2019. Next month alone sees Ben Affleck in Triple Frontier and Chiwetel Ejiofor’s first film as a director, The Boy Who Harnessed The Wind, with perhaps the most anticipated of all – Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman – looking likely for the second half of the year. But […]Read More

Chiwetel Ejiofor’s The Boy Who Harnessed The Wind Gets First

After slowly making a name for himself not just on Television but also on film, Chiwetel Ejiofor now making his directorial debut. Ahead of its world premiere at Sundance Film Festival Today, The Boy Who Harnessed The Wind official Trailer has been released by Netflix. The film is on the bestselling novel by William Kamkwamba […]Read More

Film Review – Mary Magdalene (2018)

Garth Davis’ well-intentioned but fundamentally flawed attempt to correct an ancient wrong sees him addressing the longstanding besmirching upon Mary Magdalene’s character. The story goes that Magdalene, according to the New Testament, followed Jesus Christ in his final days and was a witness to his crucifixion and resurrection. Conventional wisdom also states that she was […]Read More

New Doctor Strange Featurette Is All About Strange And His

Just over a month Marvel Studios next MCU movie Doctor Strange will arrive in UK&Irish cinemas, a character that lives up to his surname ‘Strange’. So what do we know about Marvel’s most unique trippiest character? Don’t expect The Avengers (but in comic book world they have crossed paths), it’s all alternate dimensions, mind blogging […]Read More

Win Triple 9 Merchandise Including Blu-ray

Entertainment One (eOne) is pleased to announce that action-packed heist thriller TRIPLE 9 is coming to Blu-ray and DVD 27 June 2016; available digitally from 20 June 2016. To celebrate its release, we have 2 x Blu-ray copies and 1 Triple 9 pack to give away! Full of twists and turns that will leave you […]Read More

Marvel Announce Doctor Strange Production Starts

After several images sneaking online Marvel Studios today have announced the production on Doctor Strange has officially started. The film has been in production for a several weeks now but now it’s official Marvel have decided release the film’s official synopsis and confirmation of casting too. We’ve known for a while that Benedict Cumberbatch is our […]Read More

John Hillcoat’s Triple 9 Unleashes First Red Band Trailer

John Hillcoat may have not made many films but when he does, he delivers and today we get our first look at his next one Triple 9. When it’s bleak dramas the Australian filmmaker has become master at that syle and in the red band trailer for the latest that vision continues with great precision. Originally […]Read More

Film Review – The Martian (2015)

Following the garbled incoherence of The Counsellor and the lacklustre muddles of Exodus and Prometheus, there was every reason to expect that The Martian would be the latest in a now worryingly robust line of not-quite-there Ridley Scott malfunctions. The good news it that, despite a trailer that promised much in the way mirth-free techno […]Read More

Matt Damon Is ‘Alive’ In New The Martian TV Spot

Everything goes south one point and his team thought he was dead, so did NASA but in a new extended TV Spot for The Martian, ‘I’m Alive’!In a new spot Damon’s character defy’s all the odds to prove he’s still here but lost, very lost… In The Martian, Matt Damon stars as Astronaut Mark Watney […]Read More

Matt Damon Goes Red (Planet) In New The Martian Trailer

3 weeks in counting This September he will be ‘home’ when Ridley Scott‘s The Martian World Premier in Toronto, but today Matt Damon goes Red, to the Red Planet in the new UK trailer. Since his return to the genre he helped mold Scott’s record hasn’t been a smooth one however things might just change […]Read More

Watch The New The Martian ‘Ares Archive’ Promo

The next month we hope to bring Matt Damon ‘Home’ when The Martian arrives in UK cinemas, today we have a look at a brand new clip from the Ares Archive. In this exclusive new video found in the Ares archive called ‘The Right Stuff’ we meet the NASA crew members as they emerge following […]Read More