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‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ trailer promises non-stop carnage

Almost – almost – confirming that the long-delayed, production-plagued Mad Max: Fury Road actually exists and will be fit for release is this new teaser trailer, fresh from Comic Con. The clip is just a short excerpt of the lengthy sequence played at the Con, where director George Miller revealed that the entire movie would be one long […]

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‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ poster indicates this thing might actually come out someday

Despite being in production for approximately, oh, seventy years, Mad Max: Fury Road might actually be nearing release. That is, if its newly debuted teaser poster isn’t outright lying to us. Though it boasts 2015 as its release date, I’ll only believe this thing exists when I’m sitting down to watch it. Plagued with delays, […]

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Play It Again: Twilight Zone – The Movie

By Simon Miraudo October 15, 2013 Play It Again is a weekly feature in which our classic-film connoisseurs revisit a revered motion picture from the annals of movie history, to see if it holds up … or if it has aged terribly. And yes, it takes its name from a famously misquoted Casablanca line. (Hey, […]

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Armie Hammer could be the new Batman (again)

As exclusively reported in Moviehole, Armie Hammer may don Batman’s cape in an upcoming Justice League film. Previously nabbing the role of Batman in George Miller’s Justice League Of America, a doomed production that fell apart literally days before shooting in 2007, Hammer apparently is up again for the role in another take on the […]

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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley joins Mad Max: Fury Road

Transformers: Dark of the Moon star and Victoria’s Secret model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has scored a role in George Miller‘s long delayed Mad Max sequel Fury Road. According to Deadline, Huntington-Whiteley will play “one of the five wives” in the picture; we’re not exactly sure what that means, but we’re hoping ‘the five wives’ are a […]

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Your 2011 Boxing Day Viewing Guide

Your 2011 Boxing Day Viewing Guide. By Simon Miraudo. In case you couldn’t tell by the fact a bajillion movies are coming out this week, Boxing Day is kind of a big deal for Australian film-lovers. In fact, December 26th is the biggest day on the cinema-going calendar. What is it about that post-Christmas comedown […]

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George Miller plots new Mad Max trilogy

Director George Miller has revealed he is considering a brand new trilogy of Mad Max films, kicking off with the long-gestating Fury Road. Speaking with The Financial Times, Miller said Max’s story expanded as he began working on the script for Fury Road. “We started with [Fury Road], but we then started to do a […]

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AFI introduces Oscar-inspired awards

The Australian Film Institute has launched a new initiative to boost national and international recognition of Australian film, dumping the annual AFI awards in favour of the AACTAs. Geoffrey Rush was appointed the AACTAs (Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts) founding president, with the announcement made by Mad Max and Happy Feet director George […]

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Trailer Debut: Happy Feet Two

A new trailer for Happy Feet Two has arrived online. Although it recycles much of the footage seen in the original teaser, it offers us a slightly better look at the film’s plot. Slightly. Happy Feet Two focuses on the son of Mumble (Elijah Wood), a teensy penguin named Erik. According to the official plot synopsis… […]

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Interview: Teresa Palmer; star of The Sorcerer’s Apprentice.

Interview: Teresa Palmer; star of The Sorcerer’s Apprentice. By Simon Miraudo. Teresa Palmer is one of the most sought-after young actresses in Hollywood, and with good reason. Since her auspicious debut as a disturbed teenager in Murali K. Thalluri’s 2:37, she has nabbed herself a number of plum roles in Hollywood blockbusters (Bedtime Stories) and […]

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Mad Max: Fury Road comes across a roadblock

Hope you weren’t looking forward to catching George Miller‘s Mad Max: Fury Road anytime soon. Filming of the long-rumoured sequel has been postponed until February 2011, leaving the Australian film sector in disarray. The report comes from The Australian, who suggests that the postponement might be the result of a last minute decision to film […]

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Mad Max: Fury Road – What’s the deal?

source: thr.com There has been such a glut of rumours surrounding the long-touted Mad Max sequel, we’ve been reluctant to report any of it. After all, who knows what’s what? Well, The Hollywood Reporter seems to know at least a little bit. Check out all the details, including the actor most likely to play Max, […]

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Is Jeremy Renner the new Mad Max?

source: modbee.com The Hurt Locker star Jeremy Renner is in consideration to star in George Miller’s potential Mad Max sequel. In an interview with his hometown paper The Modesto Bee, the indie star mentioned in passing that he was “fighting to do the new Mad Max film with George Miller.“ Now here is what we […]

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George Miller no longer directing Justice League

source: darkhorizons.com UPDATE: According to slashfilm.com; Miller is still attached to a Justice League film. So, never mind I guess. I suppose it had to happen eventually. George Miller has confirmed he is no longer involved with the Justice League film, after a year filled with casting disputes and filming issues. The Happy Feet director […]

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Happy Feet 2 On The Way

source: theage.com The Age is reporting that a sequel to George Miller‘s Oscar-winning film Happy Feet is in the works. The NSW Government is funding a new digital production facility in Sydney which is expected to provide a significant boost to the flagging local film industry. The first film to be developed by the new […]

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