It appears that time has not healed the wounds inflicted on Game of Thrones over it's final, controversial season.
Just like last year, 2018 has seen a lot of movie-star transformations, with more and more thespians allowing themselves to spend hours in the prosthetic chair to receive massive makeovers in the hope of an Oscar nomination (we’re sure Gary Oldman getting one for his unrecognisable turn as Winston Churchill in Darkest Hour didn’t help).Click through the gallery for our picks for the most shocking actor transformations of 2018.Read more15 biggest movie transformations of 2017The actors who went unrecognisable in 2016Hollywood’s most notable deaths of 2018
Reed Morano's off-beat dystopian drama is finally out in the U.K. and it's well worth a watch.
Peter Dinklage has slapped back accusations of 'white-washing' in the forthcoming HBO biopic movie about Fantasy Island and Bond movie star Hervé Villechaize.
For a film that’s been set up by a whopping 18 preceding films, “Avengers: Infinity War” does a magnificent job of pulling together all the previous setups into one unified whole. The nineteenth entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe – with a currently untitled sequel coming to cinemas next year – sees the various superheroes struggling to prevent a powerful alien villain, Thanos, from acquiring the power to commit universal genocide. The film’s sprawling cast necessitates that they be split into smaller, more manageable groups, so as to have any sort of meaningful interaction between characters.
“The Angry Birds Movie” is an animated comedy that’s based on the game of the same name. The flightless birds of Bird Island face the greatest challenge of their lives when the evil inhabitants of Piggy Island arrive. It features the voice talents of Jason Sudeikis (Red), Josh Gad (Chuck), Danny McBride (Bomb), Maya Rudolph (Matilda), Bill Hader (Leonard), Peter Dinklage (Mighty Eagle), Kate McKinnon (Stella), and Sean Penn (Terence).
Gary Oldman has the “role of a lifetime” playing a dwarf, it features Matthew McConaughey and Kate Beckinsale at the height of their mainstream fame, yet it’s been called one of the worst and most tasteless movies ever made. When the British actress signed on for 2003’s ‘Tiptoes’, written and directed by cult filmmaker Matthew Bright, she agreed to do it for SAG minimum wage – with one condition. The now-63-year-old (below) had actually written the script for ‘Tiptoes’ when he was 18.
We’ve learned a little more about the anticipated ‘Angry Birds’ film that hits cinemas next year, and - get this - it’ll be an origin story (of sorts). According to Empire, the film’s producer, John Cohen, says the animated movie will show us what the birds were like before they became, ahem, angry. “This movie is going to be the origin story of how that conflict came to exist.” It’s great to see the production actually giving audiences what they want - an explanation of how they came to be a collective of hotheaded, feathered miscreants, so will appease fans when it makes its way to cinemas in around eight months time. The film stars a number of high profile actors that are lending their vocal talents to the production, including: Jason Sudeikis, Peter Dinklage, Bill Hader, Keegan-Michael Key, Josh Gad, Danny McBride, and Maya Rudolph.