Articles Posted in the " Jerry Bruckheimer " Category

  • Interview! We talk to Missing Pieces director Kenton Bartlett

    At the age of 23, Kenton Bartlett has written, filmed, directed and produced a feature length film. Whilst taking some time out from making the rest of us feel inadequate, Bartlett has kindly agreed to give us the inside scoop on the making of Missing Pieces. This is one for all you budding directors out there – but be warned, making a film isn’t as easy as it looks…

  • Age of the Dragons

    What could Moby Dick do with less of, I hear you ask. Whales? And more dragons? Well never fear, because Ryan Little’s cruddy adaptation of the novel, starring Vinnie Jones, provides all that and more.

  • Top Gun 2. Danger Zone?

    If you were worried you’d lost that loving feeling for Top Gun (1986 was a long time ago) then prepare your libido for a good bit of excitement as the Top Gun 2 project is rumoured to be in the works.

  • Jackboots on Whitehall

    Two parts Team America and one part Battle of Britain, with a healthy dose of Robot Chicken and some Braveheart thrown in for good measure, Jackboots on Whitehall sounds like a thoroughly unsavoury mix – think sage gravy and Minstrels. But don’t be fooled! With the addition of some superb voice talent and snazzy FX, first-time directors the McHenry brothers have created an unorthodox but thrilling cinematic taste sensation. Think chicken hearts and fried banana (trust us on that one).