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Day 3 of Cannes Film Festival 2016.

The 69th Cannes Film Festival has seen its fair share of mesmerising muses. Below we explored day three, Friday, of the photocall shots taken, who donned the red carpet and indeed, the premières. On day three of Cannes 2016, Slack Bay (Ma Loute) had it’s première and it was the most enviable event to be invited to, it seems. The film is based ...

Day Two of Cannes Film Festival 2016 – Red Carpet

Day two of Cannes Film Festival 2016 hosted another movie première and a further pour of Hollywood glamour.  

#StarringJohnCho vs. The Hollywood Agenda

2016 is rapidly becoming the year where Hollywood really can’t catch a break. Following the prominence of the #OscarsSoWhite controversy, as well as the furore over the Zoe Saldana-starring Nina Simone biopic, fresh and concerted efforts are being made to address the similar underrepresentation of Asian-Americans on the big screen. Although the Twitter account has been up since April 28th, ...

‘R’ Rating Confirmed for ‘Wolverine 3’

When you take a niche comic book character like Deadpool, make a film about him and give him the hard-R rating he was meant for, and that film then goes on to become a bigger box office success than a film called ‘Batman v. Superman’, you know you’ve just made the opening serve of a whole different ballgame. Now wise to the immense profitability of adult-only audiences for the typically-PG superhero genre, 20th Century Fox has officially confirmed the rumours that the upcoming ‘Wolverine 3’ will afford Hugh Jackman’s last hurrah as the iconic mutant an equally-deserving ‘R’ rating.

“It takes place in the future, and as you and others have reported, it is an R-rated movie”, said the long-running X-Men writer and producer Simon Kinberg to Collider. “It’s violent. It’s kinda like a western in its tone. It’s just a very cool, different film”. Though the story, and even the official title, have yet to be confirmed, it is being strongly speculated that the film will be an adaptation of ‘Old Man Logan’, set in the future where the now-aged ex

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The Killing of Charles Bravo Review: A Bizarre Murder in Balham

They say good things come in small packages, but can this be said for theatre? The Killing of Charles Bravo tests this theory with an intense performance that may leave you as confused as the case it is covering. Bravo is a promenade piece based of the mystery of Charles Bravo, a lawyer whose suspicious death in 1876 remains unsolved ...

Frank Sumatra Review: A Lot of Monkey Business

Some things in life simply shouldn’t be done, such as sticking forks into plug sockets, antagonizing wasps or keeping apes as house-pets. Fortunately Mike Yeaman, creator of Frank Sumatra, chose to ignore the last part. Staged as a radio play, Frank Sumatra follows Bev and Keith, played by Hannah Walker and Pip Chamberlin, a broody couple who suddenly find themselves ...

Cheryl receives The Global Gift Philanthropist Award at the Global Gift Gala.

On Monday evening in Paris, Cheryl attended the Global Gift Gala where she received the Global Gift Philanthropist Award for her work with ‘Cheryl’s Trust.’ Cheryl said upon receiving the honourable award ”I am honoured to be this year’s recipient of the Global Gift Gala Philanthropist Award. I’m proud of where I grew up but I’m only too aware of the ...

Five Free Art Galleries in London

London’s art galleries possess the most incredible British and worldwide art collections and the best attraction is that the majority of them are free.  Here are five of the most popular free art galleries in central London: 1. Tate Modern Situated on the South Bank, the Tate Modern was transformed from a disused power station to one of the most ...

Bombs, Pubs and Beatings; Your Ever Loving Review

A tale of bomb plots, racial profiling and miscarriages of justice, Your Ever Loving may have the makings of an episode of Homeland, however it has the added bonus of being true. The play follows the story of Paul Hill, a member the Guildford Four, a group of young Irish people who were falsely imprisoned following the 1974 Guildford pub ...

Heartbeat – From Screen to Stage

Heartbeat was a successful sixties-based ‘cop show’ which was broadcast on ITV between 1992 and 2010 and ran for 18 series in total. However, it seems that we haven’t seen the back of Aidensfield and some of the well-loved characters as they commence a UK tour of a variety of theatres. Arriving in Birmingham at the New Alexandra Theatre this week and finishing on 2nd ...

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