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In the middle of his road trip across America, British filmmaker James Coulson decided he’d seen enough—and applied for U.S. …Read Now
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It seems to be an unwritten rule of movie fandom these days. If you can’t see Benedict Cumberbatch in the cast list of an exciting new movie, but there is any kind of mystery around one of the characters, people will immediately …
Movie stars of all stripes, THIS is how you let people know that you’ll be appearing in a new film, and that you’re excited about it. Forget the enthusiastic press-release, shun the leaked information to a gossipy website or …
Frankly, this could all just be the kind of overexciteable hogwash you read when there’s a new installment from a beloved movie franchise on the way and it’s got a moveable feast of a cast and the possibility of a ton of …
Let’s not start this on the wrong foot. Simon Pegg, the grown man actor, may have once been a kid with a crazy dream and a wardrobe full of action figures (back, incidentally, when they were more properly known as action …
Director J.J. Abrams (Star Trek: Into Darkness) announced at the PGA‘s Produced By conference in Los Angeles, that he and his family will be moving to London, England to begin filming Star Wars: Episode VII in early 2014.
Simon Pegg (Star Trek Into Darkness) has taken a break from acting, to sit down and interview his Star Trek director J.J. Abrams on his next project, Star Wars Episode VII, reports SFX.
Benedict Cumberbatch appears to be in some sort of windstorm in the latest Star Trek Into Darkness character poster. But, at the same time, he looks like he had a serious blow out at the hairdresser, giving him an 80s coiffe.
Benedict Cumberbatch can do no wrong in our eyes. And, apparently, we’re not the only ones who think so.