Picking up speed now, aren’t we? A week after prologue screenings began, team Nolan has decided that it’s time to unleash the full length trailer for The Dark Knight Rises . Now that we’ve had a chance to change our trousers, all that’s left to do is study it in intense, totally-not-obsessive-probably detail. Brethren: prepare thine eyes. The ending has begun.
But where’s Drive?
He’ll be cast opposite EVERY GOOD ACTOR.
Child actors, eh? They’re fine – a little creepy, perhaps, but fine. The trouble comes when they stop being child actors – some fade quietly into the undergrowth and a few go on to glittering careers as real actors, but many others fall by the wayside, unable to survive the transition to adult actorhood. Maybe they just shouldn’t try? John and Florence duke it out…
Normally the we’d mock, but we’re genuinely fans of his work.
Simple, clever, funny and kind, self-styled “cancer comedy” 50/50 offers a lot more than its marketing might suggest. A brilliantly aware, honest look at a tale that one in three of us will live with; wonderful writing, careful casting and Seth Rogan at his thankfully un-irritating best make this an absolute masterclass.
After the desolate wasteland of 2010 (The Crazies, and…?), 2011 has actually been a half decent year for horror movies: Kill List, Black Swan, Stake Land, Troll Hunter, Julia’s Eyes, Attack the Block (sort of), the first half of Insidious, the second half of Scream 4… But if early whisperings are to be believed, 2012 is going to be much better. LIST TIME.