Jack Gwillim

  • Massive Home Alone Plot Hole Finally Resolved

    Plot holes can ruin movies for some people, depending on how pedantic you are, and one from Chris Columbus’ 1990 festive classic ‘Home Alone’ has been troubling fans for years. The problem lay with the phone lines at the McCallister home. At the start of the film it’s established that a fallen tree…

    Tom Butler
  • Matthew McConaughey Is Bald, Pudgy and Nearly Unrecognizable on 'Gold' Set

    Matthew McConaughey has undergone a complete physical transformation for his new role. The Oscar winner was spotted on the set of his new movie Gold this weekend, but his six-pack abs were nowhere to be found. Instead, McConaughey looks to have packed on a few pounds to take on the part of Kenny…

  • Princess Leia ‘Slave’ Bikini Fetches Small Fortune At Auction

    The revealing bikini worn by Princess Leia in ‘Star Wars: Return of the Jedi’ has sold for an eye-watering £63,000 at auction. The gilded two-piece, won by Carrie Fisher’s character when she’s captured by Jabba The Hutt in the third ‘Star Wars’ film, was sold by US firm Profiles In History after…

    Tom Butler
  • Junkie XL Will Compose Deadpool Soundtrack

    Grammy-nominated composer Junkie XL will provide the soundtrack to next year’s anticipated R-rated superhero movie ‘Deadpool’. It’ll be a big year for the musician, who is also working on 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’ alongside Hans Zimmer and will more specifically score the new Batman…

    Ben Skipper
  • Sam Smith video for Bond theme 'Writing's On The Wall' released

    LONDON (Reuters) - Grammy Award winner Sam Smith released the video for his theme song for the new James Bond film "Spectre" on Monday, days after the ballad became the first 007 title track to top the British pop charts. The song "Writing's On The Wall" went straight to the top of the British…

  • Estranged South Korean director Kim Ki-duk looks to China

    BUSAN, South Korea (AP) — For the past two decades, South Korean maverick filmmaker Kim Ki-duk's low-budget movies have given him international acclaim, highly coveted awards and many controversies.

    Associated Press
  • The Martian Blasts to Top of Box Office Charts

    Ridley Scott's sci-fi drama scores big on its opening weekend

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    Drive-in movie art (16 photos)

    This artist is a real Car -avaggio, making amazing hyperrealistic works inspired by drive-in theaters that depict real-life moments at the movies . Czech artist Andrew Valko, 58, created these stunning film-scene paintings after visiting drive-ins across the U.S. (Caters News) Artwork by Andrew…

    Yahoo News
  • MIPCOM: Hulu Takes 'Deutschland '83' (Exclusive)

    FremantleMedia International has also closed deals on the German cold war drama, which premiered on Sundance TV, with Russia, Italy, Israel and Scandinavia.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Busan Film Review: ‘4th Place’

    Coming in fourth in swimming is worse than being in the ninth circle of hell.

  • Hugh Jackman Talks 'Pan'

    Hugh Jackman took it all off for his latest movie – his hair, that is. Hugh added that he's also hoping for a fresh face to embody the comic book hero, a notion he finds appealing for personal reasons.

    Access Hollywood
  • Bridge of Spies Is a Subtler Kind of Spielberg Movie

    With his sober but stirring Cold War suspense film Bridge of Spies, Steven Spielberg continues his creative evolution from fatherless child to nervous father wondering (absent role models) if he’s doing the right thing in the right way. His protagonist is James Donovan (Tom Hanks), a Brooklyn…

  • MIPCOM: EuropaCorp Lands Series at NBC, ABC, Fox

    The U.S. arm of Luc Besson's production shingle will produce a TV version of film franchise 'Taken' for NBC, the show 'These Final Hours' for Fox and 'Janus' for ABC.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • 'The Strain' Boss Defends Shocking Finale Death: It Was "Painful But Necessary"

    "It was the seismic event we needed in order to do certain things in the future," teases showrunner Carlton Cuse

    The Hollywood Reporter

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  • 'Fear the Walking Dead': Who Died in the Season 1 Finale?

    The group learns the rules of the new world after losing one of their own at the end of its first season.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Busan: Korean Star Lee Min-ho Makes Chinese Double Bid for Fame

    Fast-rising Korean star Lee Min-ho will headline two Chinese movies from Hong Kong indie sales and production outfit Fame Universal Entertainment.

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    Exploring the Transgender Movement in Movies

    The casts from two new films that focus around transgender people, "The Danish Girl" and "About Ray," discuss this latest movement in film.

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