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Madonna Banned From Cinema For Trigger-happy Texting Fingers

By Jack de Aguilar | 14th October 2013

Rules of the cinema: no talking, no mobile phones and please, please don’t say the name of a film trailer as it comes on so the people next to you know you’re ‘into your films’....

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A Week In Movies: Slavery Drama Wins In Toronto, Gordon-levitt Makes Filmmaking Debut, Diana Hits UK

By Rich Cline | 20th September 2013

As the Toronto Film Festival wrapped up earlier this week, 12 Years a Slave, the new film from Steve McQueen (Shame), took home the top prize, which makes it the frontrunner for Oscar nominations. It...

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'12 Years A Slave' And Every Inch An Oscar Contender Following Toronto Win

By Jack de Aguilar | 16th September 2013

Steve McQueen’s 12 Years a Slave has secured a place as ‘Oscars favorite’ following its triumph at this year’s Toronto Film Festival. The Steve McQueen-directed epic – based on the memoir of Solomon Northrup...

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12 Years A Slave Wins Top Prize At Toronto Film Festival 2013

By Nick Hill | 16th September 2013

Steve McQueen's '12 Years a Slave' won the top prize at the 2013 Toronto Film Festival.The film, based on a memoir of a free black man sold into slavery from 1853, won the Blackberry People's...

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A Week In News: Miley's Wrecking Ball, Jurassic World And Arsenio's Back!

By Michael West | 11th September 2013

Wrecking Ball: Hurtling through the pop world this week like a.well, wrecking ball, is of course Miss Miley Cyrus. The 20-year-old, who's been mired in controversy over the past few weeks, has turned things up...

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'12 Years A Slave' Premieres At Toronto Film Festival To Rave Reviews

By Nick Hill | 9th September 2013

Steve McQueen's '12 Years a Slave' made its hotly anticipated debut at the Toronto Film Festival this week to a reception of rave reviews and standing ovations.Brad Pitt at the Toronto Film Festival'12 Years A...

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London Film Festival Line-up Revealed: Are There Any Movies Without Tom Hanks In?

By Lauren James | 4th September 2013

From the 9th October, London will play host to its annual film festival; an event increasingly becoming recognised alongside the likes of Venice, Cannes and Toronto for launching an impressive array of films as the...

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Steve Mcqueen's '12 Years A Slave' Is 100% Brilliant, So Far...

By Jack de Aguilar | 4th September 2013

Given the build up to Steve McQueen’s 12 Years a Slave, there was a slight air of tension as it premiered at the Telluride Film Festival. Expectation does horrible things to movies; luckly, this true...

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Nelson Mandela Biopic To Debut At Toronto Film Festival

By Jack de Aguilar | 24th July 2013

The highly anticipated Nelson Mandela biopic, Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, will premiere in Canada at the Toronto Film Festival. The film – already collecting Oscar momentum – sees Idris Elba take the leading role,...

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Toronto Film Festival To Open With Wikileaks Movie 'The Fifth Estate' [Trailer]

By Joe Wilde | 23rd July 2013

The Fifth Estate, the Benedict Cumberbatch-starring biopic of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, will be the opening film at at this years annual Toronto International Film Festival. The film festival will also feature advanced screenings of...

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'Mandela' Theatrical Trailer: Idris Elba's Biggest Challenge Yet

By Jack de Aguilar | 19th July 2013

Idris Elba has played some great characters in his acting career, but none more important, pertinent and challenging that than of Nelson Mandela in Mandela, which has today been handed a fantastic theatrical trailer. Take...

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Solomon Northup's Story Comes To Life In '12 Years A Slave' [Trailer + Pictures]

By Jack de Aguilar | 17th July 2013

Solomon Northup was a regular New York resident who was kidnapped and sold into slavery in 1841. He was rescued 12 years later. 172 years on, and Chiwetel Ejiofor is an early Oscar contender for...

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12 Years A Slave: The Slavery Movie We've All Been Waiting For

By Jack de Aguilar | 16th July 2013

Films - or should we say writers and directors - that dare to tackle the issue of slavery come rarely, and when they due, they face an increased level of scrutiny due to the sensitive...

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Is '12 Years A Slave' The Movie Django Should Have Been? [Trailer]

By Michael West | 16th July 2013

The trailer for Steve McQueen's hugely anticipated historical drama 12 Years A Slave, starring Chiwetel Ejiofor as a free man tricked into slavery in the 1840s, has rolled out online.Also featuring Brad Pitt, Michael Fassbender...

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Benedict Cumberbatch Punches Jeremy Clarkson On 'Top Gear' (Sort Of)

By Michael West | 15th July 2013

Benedict Cumberbatch has only gone and done what millions of Britons have longed to do for years. Nope, it's not star in a Star Trek reboot. It's not play Sherlock Holmes. It is, of course,...

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Iron Lady Writer, Abi Morgan, To Debut At Royal Court Theatre

By Lauren James | 9th July 2013

The writer of The Iron Lady and The Hour, Abi Morgan, will take her newly penned play, The Mistress Contract, to the Royal Court Theatre next season in a debut for the British screenwriter and...

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Never Mind The Ruby Slippers - Judy Garland's Wizard Of Oz Dress Auctioned For $480,000

By Hayley Avron | 12th November 2012

The iconic dress worn by Judy Garland in The Wizard of Oz has been sold at auction for $480,000. The auction house Julien’s Auctions have revealed that the blue and white gingham pinafore fetched the...

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Elizabeth Taylor Queen Of Posthumous Celeb Earnings, Toppling King-of-pop Michael Jackson From The Top Spot

By Lorna Greville  | 30th October 2012

After her death last year aged 79, just two years after her great friend Michael Jackson, Elizabeth Taylor has become the world's highest grossing dead celebrity, according to Forbes. This result sees the growth of...

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Turner Prize Nominees: Will The Notoriety Continue In 2012?

By Michael West | 2nd October 2012

The Turner Prize has traditionally been surrounded by controversy and, in many respects, disdain. For British artists, to win the Turner Prize may be the achievement of a lifetime, but for many of the viewing...

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