As the only person seen on screen for the full duration of Warren Dudley’s tense and enthralling Cage, Lucy Quinlan has a mammoth task upon her hands and provides a striking and incredible performance to help drive the film’s rather strong...
This week, we were lucky enough to be invited to Lucasfilm and X3 Production’s fabulous new Star Wars exhibition – Star Wars Identities – at The O2 Arena in North Greenwich, London. Open until 3rd September, this fantastic interactive...
Everybody has one absolute classic film that they haven’t seen, right? The film that will come up time and time again, and excuses for not having seen it get weaker and weaker each time. At Filmoria, our ‘I’ve Never Seen’ feature...
As the only person seen on screen for the full duration of Warren Dudley’s tense and enthralling Cage, Lucy Quinlan has a mammoth task upon her hands and provides a striking and incredible performance to help drive the film’s rather strong narrative to an impressive level. Taking time out to talk to Filmoria, Lucy spoke to us about the process of making the film, how it was being the sole actress on screen and what the future holds… Congratulations... Read more
Due to scheduling conflicts, beloved comedienne Amy Schumer has exited the forthcoming Barbie movie, of which she was set to lead. The issues are caused because of unavoidable clashes with Schumer’s upcoming movie, Snatched, cast alongside the great Goldie Hawn. Sony Pictures and Mattel’s Barbie movie, slated for a theatrical release on 29th June 2018, is due to start production this June, and that’s where the problem lies. The start... Read more
There is little doubt that thus far, Marvel Studios’ Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 has provided fans with one of the most colourful, eye-popping promotional campaigns of 2017, and this trend is set to continue. Arriving online today is this awesome gallery of character posters for writer-director James Gunn’s highly-anticipated sequel, which is one of Filmoria’s 20 Must-See Movies Still to Come in 2017. The film stars Chris Pratt,... Read more
Hailee Steinfeld shines in Kelly Fremon Craig’s coming-of-age love letter to John Hughes. Steinfeld stars as the awkward Nadine, the kind of inexplicably unpopular student we’ve seen many times in American teen movies – too pretty to actually be a social outcast if it were real life, but the film pulls off convincing us she is through her social awkwardness, her off-beat dress sense and her relationship with her super-popular brother.... Read more
Film4 have today debuted the first trailer for their upcoming black comedy Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri – the latest effort from acclaimed writer-director Martin McDonagh (In Bruges, Seven Psychopaths). The film, the fourth of McDonagh’s career, stars Frances McDormand as a woman whose daughter is murdered in a small town. Struggling to come to terms with her death and the lack of police success in finding her killer, she... Read more
It looks like the promotional train is about to leave the station for Warner Bros and DC’s big film of 2017, Justice League, with a new trailer for the film set to be unveiled online on Saturday, exactly one year after the release of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. And to tease the film even further, the first two posters for the Zack Snyder-directed superhero team-up have been released which showcases new looks at the films logo and that... Read more
Arriving online this afternoon is a freaky new teaser trailer for forthcoming teen horror, Wish Upon, which is brought to us by Annabelle director John R. Leonetti. Starring Joey King, Ryan Phillippe, Ki Hong Lee, Mitchell Slaggert, Shannon Purser, Sydney Park, Alice Lee, Kevin Hanchard, and Sherilyn Fenn, this creepy new movie showcases a cursed music box which has the power to grant its owner seven wishes, but with each one comes a torrid streak... Read more
In somewhat of an homage to H.R Giger, the original designer on the sci-fi classic, Alien. This brand new poster for Ridley Scott’s Alien: Covenant, looks both incredibly frightening and also gorgeous to behold. Heavily featured of course are the Xenomorphs themselves, twistedly and violently overpowering what appear to be Engineers (that’s the Space Jockey race for the Prometheus-uninitiated), whilst flanked by Facehuggers. At the top... Read more
Rupert Sanders’ adaptation of the Japanese Manga Ghost In The Shell is right around the corner, and we’ve been treated to an extensive clip from the movie. This 4 minute video, backed by excerpts of Clint Mansell’s score, is focussed primarily on Scarlett Johansson’s Major. As she prepares to execute the infiltration of a business lunch at Hanka Robotics…. The clip showcases some breathtaking visuals of the movie’s... Read more
Television-to-film adaptations have had a checkered history over the years – while Star Trek, Mission: Impossible and Sex and the City have had success, at least in box office terms, there have been some real shockers brought to the big screen. On the other hand, The Honeymooners, The Avengers and Lost in Space and many others have failed to translate their tales. CHiPs (California Highway Patrol), the latest and long-gestating adaptation of... Read more
The famous film proverb reads “In space, no-one can hear you scream”. Well, the one that’s been famous since 1977. Since then many have tried and failed to replicate the claustrophobic terrors of Ridley Scott’s seminal sci-fi masterpiece and now 40 years later, it’s the turn of Life to step up to the plate and try its luck. But where others have floundered, Daniel Espinosa’s alien-loose-in-space tale does very admirably... Read more