The trailer for Tom Felton's upcoming movie, Risen, has been released by Coming Soon.
Coming to theaters on January 22, 2016, Risen is the epic Biblical story of the Resurrection, as told through the eyes of a non-believer. Clavius (Joseph Fiennes), a powerful Roman Military Tribune, and his aide Lucius (Tom Felton), are tasked with solving the mystery of what happened to Jesus in the weeks following the crucifixion, in order to disprove the rumors of a risen Messiah and prevent an uprising in Jerusalem.
Empire Online has released a new image from Daniel Radcliffe's upcoming Victor Frankenstein. movie.
Victor Frankenstein is back and this time ‚Äď unlike Mel Brooks' version ‚Äď it‚Äôs not pronounced ‚ÄúFronkensteen‚ÄĚ. James McAvoy is donning the scientist‚Äôs garb in the new iteration of Mary Shelley‚Äôs Gothic tale and, alongside co-star Daniel Radcliffe‚Äôs Igor, he‚Äôs arrived to meet his public in two exclusive shots from the new issue of Empire.
The movie will be released in the UK and US on October 2nd, 2015.
Chris Columbus, the director for the first two Harry Potter movies, has discussed his involvement with the reboot to the Gremlins franchise.
He confirmed that he is a producer on the project and explained why he came back despite not wanting to be involved in Gremlins 2:
I am involved. Initially I remember back in ‚Äô84-‚Äô85 when they approached me and said, do you wanna write the sequel and I said, this is before the obsession with franchises. So my feeling was no. We‚Äôve told the story, that was that‚Äôs 1980‚Äôs thinking. And then suddenly all these years later, we were approached with an idea that really sounded like an interesting version. It‚Äôs not a remake of the movie at all. It‚Äôs a, it‚Äôs just a reinvention of it.
It appears that J K Rowling has been talking to her alter-ego Robert Galbraith on Twitter, since a conversation between the two happened yesterday and ended up with the release of his third book's title.
The Guardian recently spoke to Timothy Spall about his upcoming project, The Enfield Haunting.
During the interview Spall was asked about his feelings towards being nominated for an OSCAR, to which he replied:
But I can‚Äôt complain. I‚Äôve got seven awards [for Mr Turner> for God‚Äôs sake! That‚Äôs seven more than before I started and quadruple the number of awards I received before that. If one wants to measure oneself by the facile accruement of awards, then I‚Äôve done very well. It‚Äôs nice for your mum and it‚Äôs nice for your mantelpiece, but it doesn‚Äôt in the end make any difference to you as a person.
The show will air on Sky Living on Sunday May 3rd at 9PM.