Though he may have looked the part, the rushed job that was Jobs – starring Aston Kutcher in the lead role – was far from a critical or box office hit. But there has always been another major Steve Jobs film in the pipeline and today we got the first taste of it. Directed by prolific filmmaker Danny Boyle (Trainspotting, Slumdog Millionaire) and written by the incomparable Aaron Sorkin (The West Wing, The Social Network), the film – starring Michael Fassbender as Jobs – is looking like it will deliver on its promise of being “the” Steve Jobs film that his unique story deserved. And the casting is pretty fantastic. Seth Rogen looks like he’ll deliver a solid Steve Wozniak…... Continue Reading
Amy Poehler is a busy woman at the moment. Though Park and Rec is now behind her (*sob*), she’s dominating the cinema with her lead role in Disney Pixar’s new film Inside Out, she’s the executive producer of one of the most talked about series right now Broad City – and now she’s bringing us a brand new series exclusively for US streaming platform Hulu.... Continue Reading
Naughty Dog closed out Sony’s impressive E3 press conference this year with a crazy live demo of their upcoming sequel, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. The thing is, that trailer only showed off half of what Naughty Dog had brought to show off. Continue reading Watch the extended, 15-minute version of that amazing Uncharted 4 E3 trailer
Directed by Ken Kwapis and starring the incomparable Robert Redford, Nick Nolte and Emma Thompson, last week the Australian trailer and poster for A Walk in the Woods were released. The film is a comedy based on the book of the same name by travel writer Bill Bryson.
For the first time in its history, the iconic face that welcomes guests into Sydney’s historic Luna Park was lit up by projections over the weekend, promoting the upcoming release of Terminator Genisys. The projections were created by renowned projection designer Peter Milne from The Electric Canvas.
The first trailer the for the upcoming crime drama Sicario (which means “Hitman” in Mexico), has been released.
President Barack Obama interviews Sir David Attenborough at the White House in an extraordinary program, which will screen as a special Foreign Correspondent on Tuesday June 30 at 8pm on ABC.
The first season of Heroes is undeniable. It was a huge hit for NBC back when well-produced superhero TV franchises weren’t really as common as they are today. Somewhere along the line, quality waned and the once iconic show was drowned by it’s own ambitions somewhere between Mohinder’s skin peeling off and the show’s very own pied piper (albeit with a violin). After four seasons the show, which had built up such a rich and involving cast of characters, was cancelled. Now it’s back.