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By George Wales New Line’s planned revival of the Blade franchise could be about to receive a massive boost, with reports claiming that Wesley Snipes is set to agree a return to the series’ title role. According to The Daily News, Snipes is close to agreeing a return to the vampire-filled action saga, continuing the actor’s comeback following his two-and-a-half-year spell in prison. Having recently appeared in The Expendables 3, Snipes is keen to reestablish his action credentials, even if at 51 years of age, he would certainly be on the older end of...
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By George Wales Big Hero 6 has released a new TV spot to coincide with the end of the school holidays, in which cuddly robot Baymax offers a word of comfort to returning pupils (and teachers) everywhere. “You will be alright,” intones the robot, soothingly. “There, there”. We’d imagine there are more than a few people who could do with hearing that this week! Meanwhile, there are a couple of new snippets of footage in the ultra-brief spot, including Baymax’s adorable attempts to get to grips with a football… Take a look at the new spot,...
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<a href=http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/totalfilm/news/~3/CNlae3iITsY/story01.htm class="colorbox">Liam Neeson would reprise Ra’s al Ghul role “in a heartbeat”</a>

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By George Wales Liam Neeson has been discussing the part of Ra’s al Ghul, newly announced as the primary villain in the next series of Arrow, and would be open to reprising the role should the chance come his way. No official casting has been announced as yet, but when Neeson was asked by MTV whether he would consider it, the star was unequivocal in his enthusiasm… “No, I haven’t, I haven’t at all,” said Neeson, when asked whether he had been contacted by the show. “I would, in a heartbeat, if it came my way, yeah, very much so.” And even...
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<a href=http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/totalfilm/news/~3/_Ls2W8UqX0M/story01.htm class="colorbox">New trailer arrives for Shaun The Sheep: watch now</a>

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By George Wales Aardman Animation has released a new trailer for Shaun The Sheep, in which the titular critter finds himself amongst the bright lights of the big city. Shaun and the rest of the flock have gone walkabouts from their farm, you see, only to discover that city living is a lot scarier than they might have imagined. And when the hard-ass warden of the city’s animal shelter gets wind of the flock’s presence, it isn’t long before Shaun and co. find themselves in real danger. Take a look at the new trailer, below… While this latest...
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By George Wales We haven’t heard anything about the proposed Escape From New York remake for a little while, but that could be about to change in the wake of some new casting rumours. According to Starlog, Silver Pictures and StudioCanal are looking to secure a leading man to play Snake Plissken, with Charlie Hunnam currently sitting pretty at the top of their list. Hunnam is reportedly the number one choice, although Jon Bernthal and Dan Stevens are also being considered as alternatives, given that Hunnam’s schedule could potentially pose a problem. ...
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By Kate Stables The smartest spoofs secretly love the genre they’re slapping about for laughs. Under the relentless rain of gags unleashed in David Wain’s mirthful but merciless satire of New York romcoms, lies a nugget of affection making it as acute as his cult teen-tease Wet Hot American Summer (2001). But he and co-writer Michael Showalter don’t spare lovebirds molly and Joel (Amy Poehler and Paul Rudd, both exuding weapons-grade affability). As her indie sweetshop is menaced by his candy corporation’s megastore and his sexy ex (a...
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By Ken McIntyre The problems start at the title. Sex Tape. For one thing, there is no ‘tape’. It’s a sex mp4 if anything. For another, from the iPad-centric plot to all the yammering about ‘the Cloud’, Jake Kasdan’s (Bad Teacher) film strains after a relevance that only makes it look instantly dated. In five years it will all seem like complete gibberish. But that doesn’t stop it hammering home product placement – in this case Apple – with a relentlessness to rival last year’s Google-tastic The Internship. And it’s just...
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By Matt Glasby Rare is the thriller that converts Downton Abbey fans to the dark side. But this could do the trick. Starring Dan Stevens – aka Abbey‘s Matthew Crawley – it’s another playful ’80s-infused crowdpleaser from Adam Wingard and Simon Barrett (V/H/S, You’re Next), who more than know their way around the video shop. We begin with army boots pounding the desert floor, before a lurid title card arrives with a speaker-shuddering chord. It’s Dead Man’s Shoes to Dario Argento in one cut, although A History Of Violence via...
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By Jamie Graham Based on the 2011 bestselling book by former clinical scientist S.J. Watson, Rowan Joffe’s sophomore movie is every bit as polished-looking as his directorial debut, Brighton Rock, its action lent a sci-fi sheen by antiseptic interiors that gleam like honey. As with Memento or, played a different way, 50 First Dates, its plot is driven by a protagonist suffering from anterograde amnesia, meaning each day she awakens with her memory wiped clean. It’s a neat enough gimmick that affords the opportunity for suspense, scares and more twists than...
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By Philip Kemp Made in 1931, Fritz Lang’s first sound film was entitled Murderers Among Us. The Nazis furiously objected, thinking themselves targeted, but calmed down on learning it was about a deranged child-killer. Still, it’s subversive enough and Lang’s use of subjective sound is unsettling. As the killer, Peter Lorre is a pudgy, pop-eyed figure, at once repellent and pitiable, in the grip of a compulsion he can’t control. He’s hunted down by the underworld, not because they’re repelled by what he does – but because...
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By Kevin Harley When Peter Parker was delayed at the start of Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 2, Joe’s Pizza’s 29-minute guarantee suffered. When Sony recently announced a two-year delay for the third film in Marc Webb’s run, a sense of heightened stakes took hold. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 leaves no doubt why, even before you factor in disappointing reviews and box-office returns. Webb’s second take on Spidey lore is better than cold pizza but it struggles to put a fresh stamp on old material. And with Captain America, the X-Men and a raccoon...
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By Paul Bradshaw Back in 1984, you wouldn’t find many adults watching a family film without their families. But that was before a bunch of late-night comedians crossed the demographic streams and accidentally made the Friday night/Sunday teatime movie by which all others are judged. Thirty years on from its record-bustin’ box-office reign, if Ghostbusters has taught Hollywood anything, it’s that you can’t make a kids’ movie without breaking a few rules. Not that it started off as a kids’ movie at all. Now celebrating another...
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By Simon Kinnear English underac hievement at the World Cup is put into perspective by FIFA’s worst football team, American Samoa. Mike Brett and Steve Jamison’s doc charts the tiny Pacific island’s qualification campaign, as a gruff Dutch coach attempts to transform amateurs into contenders. Premiership prima donnas could learn much from the players’ spirit and geniality, while armchair travellers will benefit from the film’s window onto a neglected nation, not least its cultural openness to embrace football’s first international...
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By Simon Kinnear Executive produced by Gareth Evans, the Mo Brothers’ memorably nasty thriller confirms Indonesia’s claim to be the new capital of Asian extreme. Although it reunites The Raid 2 alumni Kazuki Kitamura and Oka Antara, it’s relatively light on action, offering instead a two-for-one deal on serial killer and vigilante genres, as a psycho’s viral kill-vids inspire a crusading Jakarta journo to take a more direct approach to combating corruption. As an allegory of internet-age moral squalor this is searingly nihilistic but, despite...
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<a href=http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/totalfilm/news/~3/q-xbcdUoN44/story01.htm class="colorbox">Jesse Eisenberg talks Lex Luthor</a>

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By Total Film In issue 224 of Total Film we sat down with Jesse Eisenberg to talk his varied career. Inside the issue – which is available for just £2.99 on your iPad – TF couldn’t help but ask about his character in Zack Snyder’s Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice, the iconic villain, Lex Luthor. And it sounds like Eisenberg is having some input into this incarnation. “There are some indications of how the character should behave based on the script, and then an actor makes it his or her own.” “I got to know one of the...
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<a href=http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/totalfilm/news/~3/coco9SWFyLw/story01.htm class="colorbox">Rumour: Avengers: Age Of Ultron to introduce new superheroes?</a>

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By George Wales A new rumour has emerged this morning regarding Avengers: Age Of Ultron, and some potential shifts to the lineup that could be precipitated by the film’s ending. According to Badass Digest, the film will conclude with Captain America assembling a new team of superheroes, comprised of a mixture of characters old and new. Why exactly a new team would be required has yet to be explained, but one of the major new additions is thought to be Ms. Marvel, otherwise known as Captain Marvel. The report does go on to explain that the studio is still...
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<a href=http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/totalfilm/news/~3/AzDuazdr1Nk/story01.htm class="colorbox">Denzel Washington stays cool in new clip from The Equalizer: watch now</a>

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By George Wales A new clip has arrived online from The Equalizer, in which Denzel Washington stays cool in the face of interrogation from a mysterious suit… The new film sees Washington play Robert McCall, a former Black Ops commando, who has since ditched his service career in favour of a quiet life. However, when he discovers a young girl (Chloë Grace Moretz) is being terrorised by a firm of Russian gangsters, he just can’t help himself from slipping back into the old routine. Take a look at the new clip, below… Washington can do this cool, composed...
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<a href=http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/totalfilm/news/~3/GSA9ksNuCpk/story01.htm class="colorbox">Jeff Bridges stars in new trailer for Second Son: watch now</a>

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By George Wales A new trailer has arrived online for Seventh Son, Sergei Bodrov’s fantasy saga starring Jeff Bridges as a mystical warrior and Ben Barnes as his young protégé. Barnes is the Seventh Son in question, you see, a lowly farmhand who just happens to be a prophesized hero boasting some rather incredible powers. He’ll be needing them too, because it’s down to him to go toe to toe with Julianne Moore’s evil queen, whose army of supernatural assassins are running rampage through the kingdom. Take a look at the new trailer, below… ...
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<a href=http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/totalfilm/news/~3/bgl7EnhiFvw/story01.htm class="colorbox">Steve Carell turns nasty in new Foxcatcher teaser: watch now</a>

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By George Wales A new teaser trailer has arrived for Foxcatcher, in which Steve Carell takes centre-stage as unnerving millionaire turned wrestling coach, John du Pont. Obsessed with the notion of winning an Olympic gold medal, Du Pont invites wrestler Mark Schultz (Channing Tatum) to his estate to form a team for the 1988 Seoul Olympics, while granting him th chance to step out of the shadow of his older brother (Mark Ruffalo). Unfortunately, Du Pont is not the most stable of mentors, and things soon take a turn for the tragic as he grows increasingly desperate in...
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