Video Games Review: NBA 2K17 (PS4, 2016)

Basketball is one of the few American sports I follow zealously. A long-time Celtics fan (you heard me, wannafightaboudit), I find myself with a love-dread relationship with basketball video games. NBA 2K17 comes loaded for bear with an involved My Career mode that gets right to heart of my idiosyncratic relationship to these games.  Continue reading Video Games Review: NBA 2K17 (PS4, 2016)

Paul Rudd talks about feeling like Cousin Oliver from the Brady Bunch in Captain America: Civil War

To celebrate the home release of Captain America: Civil War earlier this month, we caught up with actor Paul Rudd – who plays Scott Lang/Ant-Man/Giant-Man in the movie – to find his thoughts on the Marvel blockbuster – from his new suit, to joining the (almost) full gang for the first time:... Continue Reading

Oscar winning set designer Dan Hennah reflects on Alice Through The Looking Glass and talks Thor Ragnarok

Speaking to Dan Hennah, fresh off the set of Thor: Ragnarok at Village Roadshow studios in shiny Brisbane, we get to discuss his life making movie magic. Dan has designed sets for some of the biggest films of all time, Lord of The Rings, The Hobbit, Underworld and The Warriors Way. In fact, he won an Oscar for Best Art Direction (Set Designer) alongside Grant Major and Alan Lee for The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King in 2003.... Continue Reading

Hidden Figures biopic to tell the unsung story of the African American women behind NASA’s space mission

Janelle Monae, Octavia Spencer and Taraji P. Henson bring to life the largely unknown story of three African American women who made a significant contribution to NASA in the 1960s. The landmark film Hidden Figures has released its first trailer, which finally gives screen-time to the women who provided the raw computing skills and mathematics to a largely white-male dominated work place.... Continue Reading

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