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Now this is definitely a bit of trailer news that I have been looking forward to reporting: Lionsgate has finally released a theatrical trailer for their upcoming swords and sorcery epic, Conan The Barbarian, and doesn’t it just look like a bundle of bad ass fun.

By Tel Benjamin on May 6, 2011

After a hugely problematic pre-production phase with a vast array of setbacks including but not restricted to medical ailments, natural disasters and financial woes, part one of The Hobbit — the much anticipated prequel to the multibillion dollar Lord of the Rings franchise — begun lensing just a few weeks ago to the sounds of a million sighs of relief from fans around the world.

By Tel Benjamin on April 13, 2011

One of my favourite Judd Apatow (40 Year old Virgin, Funny People) comedies would have to be his sophomore directing effort Knocked Up, the 2007 Seth Rogen (Green Hornet, Superbad) vehicle that proved to be a perfect example of comedy gold with heart. That’s why, back in January, I was excited when Hitflix got the scoop from Apatow himself that his next job as writer/director would be set [...]

By Tel Benjamin on March 18, 2011

Mr Arnold Schwarzenegger, the definitive action movie star and former governor of California, is now in his 63rd year among us petty humans and is showing no signs of slowing down. Just last month, he announced via Twitter that after a seven-year hiatus from movies (due to his Governating) he can now begin considering the mounds of movie scripts at his doorstep.

By Tel Benjamin on March 11, 2011

The folks over at Badassdigest have the scoop on some possible plot details to Christopher Nolan’s highly anticipated Batman sequel, The Dark Knight Rises. Although nothing can be confirmed at this point, they claim to have received the information from a reliable source close to the production. Be warned: if these rumors turn out to be true, there could be some serious spoilers ahead. So if you don’t want [...]

By Tel Benjamin on March 4, 2011

Deadline Hollywood has revealed that the gifted comedic actor Jonah Hill (Superbad, Get Him To The Greek) is currently in talks to continue his foray into the production side of filmmaking by directing the black-listed screenplay The Kitchen Sink, written by first-time feature film writer Oren Uziel.

By Tel Benjamin on March 3, 2011

The teaser trailer for the anticipated follow-up to 2009′s smash-hit comedy The Hangover has premiered online, reuniting “The Wolfpack” Phil (Bradley Cooper), Alan (Zach Galifianakis) and Stu (Ed Helms) with director Todd Philips for more morning-after mayhem. So what’s new? Well, the Vegas backdrop has been replaced by the chaotic city of Bangkok, which is a dirty punchline just waiting to happen.

By Tel Benjamin on March 1, 2011

I’m sure we were all wondering just what exactly would happen if English Artist/Vandal/Genius Banksy actually won the Best Documentary Oscar for his acclaimed debut film Exit through the Gift Shop. Would he appear on stage wearing his trademark monkey mask? Would a producer or another suit take the credit instead? Or, in classic Banksy style, would he have organised some [...]

By Tel Benjamin on February 24, 2011
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