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Ben Affleck Returns To Big Screen In ‘The Accountant’ On January 29 | Film News

  No one can deny that Ben Affleck has been the man of the moment in recent times. After winning an Oscar Award for Argo, the political thriller which sees six US diplomats rescued from a hostage crisis in Iran, he give his turn as Nick Dunne in the domestic thriller, Gone Girl, which saw Affleck in a precarious position[…]

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George Miller Announces ‘Mad Max’ Sequel Title – ‘Mad Max: The Wasteland’ | Film News

  If you’re like me and indeed everyone else on planet earth, you enjoyed the living hell out of director George Miller’s bat shit insane, adrenaline fuelled, give me more of this now, Mad Max: Fury Road. The film got off to a fantastic start in last weekend’s box office and has received universal acclaim from critics across the globe.[…]

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‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ – Exhilarating But Also Sluggish And Exhausting | Film Review

  Everyone loves a bit of Tom Hardy don’t they? ( I mean… who doesn’t?!), and nothing beats him kicking some ass in Mad Max: Fury Road. Hardy stars as Max Rockatansky, a runaway who is chased and imprisoned by the vampiric and tyrannical War Boys of Immortan Joe (Hugh Keays-Byrne) who seems to be aiming for the prize of[…]

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Jared Leto’s Full Joker Look Revealed In New ‘Suicide Squad’ Set Photos | Film News

  In the past week or so, the world has been hit by an avalanche of photos from the set of DC’s upcoming villainous feature Suicide Squad, allowing us some first looks at Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn, Will Smith’s Deadshot and many more unsavoury looking characters. Yesterday however, we got some fascinating snaps of Jared Leto’s Joker (pictured below), the first[…]

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Pixar’s John Lasseter Argues For More Diversity In Animated Movies | Film News

  As Inside Out (Pixar, 2015), a film which focuses on the life of an 11-year old girl and her emotions, opens its curtains at the Cannes Film Festival to rave reviews, chief creative officer of Pixar, John Lasseter, is looking to the company’s future to see how they can make their already successful films into greater box office hits.[…]

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