Via Ben Child at theGuardian .. We still don’t know what relation Tom Hardy’s Max is to Mel Gibson’s, but we do get a Thunderdome flashback, multiple angry desert Nazis, more bald Charlize Theron – and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley as a slave maiden
'Fifty Shades' director: I'm not doing the sequel
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The company which has successfully predicted the Best Picture Oscar winner in both 2013 and 2014 – by analysing web surfing habits of people with similar demographics to Oscar voters – today released its prediction ahead of Sunday’s 87th Academy Awards. [more…]
Two days later, the 3 other guys arrive at the resort to begin their yearly golf getaway. And of all things, they find Ralph sitting there with his clubs already set up on his cart. "Dang Ralphie boy, how did you talk your missus into letting you go?"
The film was always expected to draw in big crowds. E.L James’ three-part novel sold 100m copies and Odeon sold one ticket of the movie every seven seconds ahead of its release. Yet with its risque subject matter few would have foreseen the biggest opening weekend of all time for both a film defined as romantic drama and film released in February. [more…]
Associate producer Gregg Wilson said: "We have to deliver an amazing sequence and this is going to be one of the major action sequences of the movie. "A jewel in the crown so to speak.