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Michael Caine Opens Up About Issues With Alcohol | Film News

  Michael Caine is one the most-recognised and loved stars of both British and Hollywood film. He has starred in countless classics: Get Carter, Funeral in Berlin, Alfie, The Italian Job, Zulu, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Dressed To Kill, Sleuth, The Man Who Would Be King and Hannah and Her Sisters. More recently he has worked alongside Christopher Nolan in The Dark Knight trilogy, Inception and Interstellar. He has had a long and hugely successful[…]

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Jeremy Renner And Elizabeth Olsen Join Forces For ‘Wind River’ | Film News

  Last year, Elizabeth Olsen and Jeremy Renner blew all our minds in Avengers: Age of Ultron as the ethereal Scarlet Witch and the sharpshooting Hawkeye respectively. Now there’ll be teaming up again, but not on the Marvel payroll, as they star in the crime drama Wind River. The story is set in the Utah Badlands where Renner (playing a ranger) stumbles across the[…]

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‘Sherlock: The Abominable Bride’ Rakes In £21 Million From Cinema Sales | TV News

  Wow, who would have thought it? Despite having a very limited cinematic release, the New Year’s Sherlock special, The Abominable Bride, has taken £21 million worldwide. Wonderful! Perhaps you can tempt Benedict and Martin to come back sooner than 2017 with your new-found funds? According to The Guardian, The Abominable Bride has reached 5th place in the U.S. box office and tops[…]

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‘Star Wars Episode IX’ Will Answer Fan Theories On Rey | Film News

  Now that the initial hysteria resulting from the fact that a new Star Wars film is out has died down, fans have wasted no time in busying themselves with theories on anything and everything from the origins of The First Order to where BB-8 got his cute paint job. Some are utterly ludicrous, like the theory that Supreme Leader Snoke is[…]

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George Miller Won’t Do Any More ‘Mad Max’ Films | Film News

  Australian director George Miller directed the first Mad Max in 1979. Since then he has directed Mad Max 2, Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome and Mad Max: Fury Road. The latter became the best-reviewed film of 2015 according to Rotten Tomatoes and reignited the cult following of Mad Max. However, Miller has decided to call it a day with his pet franchise, despite stating in the past[…]

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