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.
Although Christopher Nolan’s third and final Batman film, The Dark Knight Rises, won’t be on our screens until next July, it looks as if Warner Brothers are seeking to replicate the huge success of its predecessor’s viral advertising campaign. It all starts here… but what does any of it mean? And who is Dr Leonid Pavel?
There’s going to be a Doctor Who movie materialising in cinemas soon, most likely with that weird whoooshing sound effect. Now if they want to do this, it turns out they’re going to need an actor to play the Doctor (we were as shocked as you were). So we thought we’d give the film producers a hand, and let you all know our picks for who would make superb Doctors Whos.
Half drowned from the deluge of rave reviews (and probably lagoon) with which it was met in Venice, Tomas Alfredson’s adaptation of John Le Carré’s classic Cold War thriller will shortly open in Britain. Don’t miss it. As engaging an adaptation of the labyrinthine novel as was the classic BBC series starring Alec Guinness, this is the very definition of a masterful translation to the screen.
On the surface lie beefy, partially-naked men and sweaty tangled limbs. But this fighting flick has a surprisingly emotional story to tell. Prepare to be plunged into the murky depths of tattered relationships, unforgiveable actions, and the heartbreaking consequences of lives misspent.