General Zod issues a warning to earth, and it’s DEADLY.
Terence Stamp is back, guys. And this time, the highly-revered actor (“I don’t like to do crap [films] unless I haven’t got the rent”) sports a contemptuous scowl and a hard-hearted exterior, playing a grumpy old pensioner learning to cope with his wife’s terminal illness. Song For Marion sees Stamp as you’ve never seen him before; regularly putting on the kettle and for the first time, acknowledging his 70+ age in this heart-warming tale about discovering that it’s never too late to discover who you truly are.
So it looks like they’re making a LEGO film. And by “they” we mean the crazy people in Hollywood who want all the money but their brains don’t work any more because they replaced their brains with sushi and velvet yachts and cynicism so they think money can come from a film about inanimate bricks. WHAT COULD THIS FILM POSSIBLY BE ABOUT?!?! Luckily for you, Hollywood fat cats, BFF have compiled a list of LEGO-inspired films to make the process a bit easier for you. Enjoy!
Video games are big business and they’re raking in the A-list movie actors. Have you spotted Vin Diesel, Bill Murray, Christopher Walken or Martin Sheen in a video game near you? We have. Best For Film saves you the hard work by pimping the top 10 movie actors in video games today.
Yes Man is basically Peyton Reed’s (Down With Love) version of Liar Liar and, of course, it stars none other Jim Carrey as the leading man. Carl Allen (Carrey) a miserable banker notorious for saying “no” to everyone and everything. In a plight to change his life, he signs up to a self-help programme which enforces one rule – he must say ‘yes’ to everything. EVERYTHING.