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Play It Again – Love Actually

By Jess Lomas November 20, 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, whatever; […]

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Aussie Margot Robbie might star in Scorsese’s Wolf of Wall Street

Australian actress Margot Robbie (Neighbours) is in talks for the female lead in Martin Scorsese’s adaptation of The Wolf of Wall Street, according to Deadline. The film, adapted from the bestselling memoir by Jordon Belfort, already has Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill, Jon Bernthal, and Jean Dujardin (The Artist) attached to star. Robbie would star opposite […]

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Zooey Deschanel teams with Richard Curtis for About Time

Perpetual ‘It’ girl Zooey Deschanel is in talks to star in the latest film from Love Actually writer-director Richard Curtis, About Time. According to Variety, Deschanel would play a young woman courted by a novice time-traveller. Domhnall Gleeson – Bill Weasley from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – is likely to appear as the man informed by his […]

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What’s crazy got to do with it? – Crazy Stupid Love review

Crazy Stupid Love – Starring Steve Carell, Julianne Moore and Ryan Gosling. Directed by Glenn Ficarra and John Requa. Rated M. Originally published September 30, 2011. By Simon Miraudo. Crazy Stupid Love (or, in its official and confusingly punctuated form: Crazy, Stupid, Love.) often feels like the American version of Love Actually (or should that be Love, Actually; this is frustrating). That is perhaps an unfair dig at Crazy Stupid Love, and too much […]

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Trailer Debut: The Iron Lady

The trailer for the Maggie Thatcher biopic The Iron Lady – starring Meryl Streep – has debuted online, and it looks set to be the funniest, wackiest Richard Curtis comedy yet! OK, it’s not a comedy, nor is it directed by Richard Curtis. However, this first glimpse of the Phyllida Lloyd-helmed film suggests a crossing between The King’s Speech […]

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