Filmoria Sub-Editor Chris Haydon reacted live to the Oscars nomination announcement earlier today, and we caught the whole thing on camera for your viewing pleasure. Expect outrage, elation, and lots of tea consumption… Check out the video below,...
This morning saw the official unveiling of the EE British Academy Film Awards 2017 nominations as Awards Season continues to gather momentum, and our man Chris Haydon reacted to the announcement live on video which you can view right here. Damien Chazelle’s...
Gareth Edwards’ Anthology epic Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is an AMAZING movie. An absolutely enthralling, bombastically entertaining, big-screen extravaganza which evokes the very best of what blockbuster filmmaking can achieve. We gave the film...
Ever reliable for a cinematic cackle are prolific YouTube channel Screen Junkies, and ahead of this Sunday’s 89th Academy Awards, the comedy group have provided a side-splitting Honest Trailer for the Best Picture nominees. Poking fun at the likes of Damien Chazelle’s La La Land (which gets an ingenious new title…), and Mel Gibson’s Hacksaw Ridge, this is quite simply a must-watch, and a perfect antidote to all that nauseating... Read more
Director Damien Chazelle’s ode to the Golden Age of Hollywood, La La Land, is the most lauded film this awards season, with a record-equalling fourteen Academy Award nominations. Suffice to say, the critically-acclaimed musical comedy is favourite to win big at the Oscars this Sunday. Arriving online is some fascinating footage which sees the filmmaker on-set in Los Angeles conducting rehearsals for the film’s big opening sequence “Another... Read more
With less than a month until Bill Condon’s hugely-anticipated live-action adaptation of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast hits theatres, the good people at Disney UK have unveiled the first full clip from the film, which sees Emma Watson’s Belle performing her titular song. The scene is captured with Disney’s trademark whimsy, as Belle strolls through cobbled streets interacting with the locals, such as a baker, whilst the fluidity... Read more
Ahead of it’s anticipated release this summer, Warner Bros. Pictures have kindly provided Filmoria with the brand new UK trailer for Guy Ritchie’s latest, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword. Starring Charlie Hunnam, alongside Jude Law, Aiden Gillen, Eric Bana, Astrid Bergès-Frisbey, and Djimon Hounsou, the epic new movie swings into UK cinemas in IMAX 3D on 12th May, 2017. Audiences can expect Ritchie’s trademark visual flair and... Read more
Continuing his recent trend of highly regular releasing – something legendary auteur Terrence Malick was never known for in a past life – the first trailer for his forthcoming drama Song to Song has now arrived online. Featuring a stellar cast including the likes of Ryan Gosling, Rooney Mara, Michael Fassbender, and Natalie Portman, with support from Cate Blanchett, Hayley Bennett, Val Kilmer, Benicio del Toro, and Trevante Rhodes, and cameo... Read more
With just three mere weeks until Kong: Skull Island – the hugely-anticipated return of the King – the first clip from the movie has been unleashed. Entitled “Skull Crawler vs. Kong”, we see the titular battle brutally unfold whilst Tom Hiddleston and his troops frantically flee. The visual effects on offer in this short clip are most impressive, and give a solid tease of the film’s scale, art direction, and design; all... Read more
Saturday Night Live veterans Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler – two of the funniest performers in the business – are teaming up for the outrageous new comedy The House, which lands its debut trailer today. Produced by New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. Pictures, The House sees the Anchorman and Parks and Recreation stars as a married couple desperate to get money for their daughter’s college tuition and decide to open an underground basement... Read more
The bitter rift between Hollywood screen icons Bette Davis and Joan Crawford is the stuff of cinematic legend. The warring stars of 40s and 50s Americana butted heads repeatedly and venomously on the set of 1962’s Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? (amazing film, by the way…) which would be their only pairing across illustrious careers. Now, in 2017, television mogul Ryan Murphy – the man behind American Horror Story, Scream Queens,... Read more
We at Filmoria cannot wait for Disney’s live-action retelling of the tale as old as time, Beauty and the Beast. Starring Emma Watson as Belle, and Dan Stevens as the Beast, director Bill Condon’s adaptation of the iconic 1993 animation looks set to be one of the year’s most dazzling and profoundly moving big-screen experiences. Ahead of the film’s UK release on 17th March, the good folks at Disney UK have supplied a fantastic... Read more
A big talking point on the festival circuit late last year was comedian Jordan Peele’s directorial debut Get Out; a lean, twisted psychological horror movie with themes of race and prejudice as its core driving force. Ahead of the film’s UK release next month, Universal Pictures UK have supplied two chilling international posters for the film, both featuring leading man Daniel Kaluuya (Sicario). Written by Peele, and co-starring Allison... Read more
This morning Marvel Entertainment officially confirmed that the hugely-anticipated extension of their sprawling Cinematic Universe – Avengers: Infinity War – has got production underway, and they’ve offered a sweet Behind-the-Scenes video featurette to prove it. Culminating in a decade of film, Avengers: Infinity War will offer audiences a simply STACKED ensemble including (but not limited to): Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Chris... Read more
Ahead of the new theatrical trailer – scheduled to arrive on Tuesday – Paramount Pictures have unleashed an awesome new TV Spot for the hugely-anticipated Ghost in the Shell, which you can check out right here. Directed by Rupert Sanders, the live-action adaptation of the hugely successful Manga stars Scarlett Johansson as The Major, who leads a cast including the likes of Juliette Binoche, Michael Pitt, Beat Takeshi Kitano, Pilou Asbaek,... Read more