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The Post
Steven Spielberg
Sarah Paulson
Bob Odenkirk
Tracy Letts
Bradley Whitford
Bruce Greenwood
Matthew Rhys
Carrie Coon
Jesse Plemons
David Cross
Zach Woods
Pat Healy
John Rue
Rick Holmes
Philip Casnoff
Jessie Mueller
Stark Sands
Michael Cyril Creighton
Will Denton
Deirdre Lovejoy
Michael Devine
Kelly Miller
Jennifer Dundas
Austyn Johnson
Brent Langdon
Michael Stuhlbarg
Deborah Green
Gary Wilmes
Christopher Innvar
Luke Slattery
Justin Swain
Robert McKay
Sasha Spielberg
Bryan Burton
Coral Pena
Dan Bittner
Kenneth Tigar
David Aaron Baker
Gannon McHale
Kevin Loreque
Francis Dumaurier
Stephen Mailer
Ned Noyes
John Henry Cox
Dan Bucatinsky
David Costabile
Johanna Day
Annika Boras
Carolyn McCormick
Susan Blackwell
Jordan Baker
Lauren Lim Jackson
Peter Van Wagner
Angus Hepburn
James Riordan
Kelly AuCoin
Cotter Smith
Ben Livingston
Stephen Rowe
Rick Crom
Fenton Lawless
Cullen Oliver Johnson
JaQwan J. Kelly
Brett G. Smith
Brett Diggs
Anthony M Walker
Saul Alvarez
Theis Weckesser
David Beach
Shawn Allen McLaughlin
Shaun O'Hagan
Thaddeus Daniels
Brendan Burke
Celeste Arias
Sonny Valicenti
Patrick Noonan
Will Blomker
Amy Russ
Aaron Roman Weiner
Catherine Wolf
Joel Nagle
Tom Bair
Walter Brandes
Juliana Davies
Hazel Mason
Ginger Mason
Sawyer Spielberg
Mark Jacoby
Jon Donahue
Seth Barrish
Clarke Thorell
Joseph Tudisco
Steve Witting
Gary Galone
Frank Ridley
Jeremiah Wiggins
Alexander Sage Oyen
Brittney Johnson
Caleb Eberhardt
Don McCloskey
Estelle Bajou
Kaylyn Scardefield
Leslie Kujo
Lilli Cooper
Odiseas Georgiadis
Sean Meehan
Steven Kearney
Curzon Dobell
Matthew Piazzi
Armand Schultz
Jerry Lobrow
Mark Pinelli
Jason Abrams
Robert Arensen
Marshall Axt
Richard Stephen Bell
Marko Caka
Stacey Alyse Cohen
Richard R. Corapi
Walter Cronkite
Sandy Dell
Scott Eliasoph
Deborah Finley
Lora Lee Gayer
Kate Grimes
Larry Gurreri
Neal Huff
Lyndon Johnson
Shana Kaplan
Cory Kastle
John F. Kennedy
Kelsey Kyle
Jarrod LaBine
David Lamberton
Frankie Li
Randy Masters
Gage Maynard
Doris McCarthy
Kevin D. McGee
Alexander Mercier
Byron Eugene Meyer
Wayne J. Miller
Sheryl Minikes
Frank Modica
Robert Myers
Davide Petrillo
Andrew Raffelson
Alex Rak
Kelly Ryan
Edward Sass
Kent Sladyk
Sophia Smith
Dave Sorboro
Auden Thornton
Harry S. Truman
Rob Tunstall
Eha Urbsalu
Marla Aaron Wapner
Jake Wells
Denise Marie Whalen
Eden Wright
James Zeiss

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22nd January 2018

Steven Spielberg may have The Post currently in cinemas but he also has a new sci-fi film coming out in March called Ready Player One.

Check out this 3 minute featurette from Warner Bros. featuring Spielberg and author Ernest Cline.

22nd January 2018

At the US box office this weekend there was no shifting Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle as it stays at the top for a third weekend on its 5th weekend of release.

Proving to be a massive hit for Sony, and not a Spider-Man film a $20 million weekend brongs the films total to $317 million.

Highest new film of the weekend is 12 Strong starring Chris Hemsworth and lands in the number 2 spot with $16.5 million.

Also making a strong debut at number 3 is Den of Thieves starring Gerard Butler which lands with $15 million.

Finishing off the top 5 is The Post at number 4 and show incredible stability The Greatest Showman at number 5.

24th April 2014

It's not been an easy journey for The Hobbit to reach movie status, unlike The Lord of the Rings which seem to come out of nowhere and wow us.

There were legal problems, changes in director, 2 films became 3, the third film was moved to a Christmas release and now we have title change.

Peter Jackson has announced on his Facebook page that he is going to rename the last film in his trilogy The Battle of the Five Armies.

In the post he states that Tolkien (the original author) saw There and Back Again as the full adventure, "As Professor Tolkien intended, “There and Back Again” encompasses Bilbo's entire adventure, so don't be surprised if you see it used on a future box-set of all three movies."

Anticipation is great for the third film in The Hobbit series, and probably final film from Middle Earth. The three Lord of the Rings films were huge box office hits and although The Hobbit films haven't been as big they have still earned fans across the world.

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies has a worldwide release on 17th December 2014.

14th April 2011

Production is currently underway on the two Hobbit films and as you'd maybe expected there is a video blog/diary being made following the production. The first is up at the Peter Jackson Facebook page and I really do urge you to go and watch it, it really is brilliant, http://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=10150223186041807&oid=141884481557&comments

The video is a very generous 10 minutes of pure brilliance presented by Jackson himself, how he finds the time is anyone's guess. He takes you on a tour of some of the sets that have been reproduced from the original Lord of the Rings trilogy 12 years ago as well as teases some new sets.

We get to see a get together of the cast on the first day of filming on the Bag End set, see a dozen full sized actors gather around a Hobbit kitchen table, and we get to see returning actors Ian McKellen and Andy Serkis.

It always amazes me when I see things like this how much work clearly goes into the post production of films of this magnitude to get the sets looking so stunning, the sets looks amazing don't get me wrong, but when you see the finished product with all the lighting and post production polish they look simply stunning.

Have a look at this making of video as it really in incredible, and start praying for the rest of this year and next year to go as fast as possible because these films are going to be brilliant, and if you had any doubts about Jackson directing the films just take a moment to take in the guys enthusiasm about the production, I'm so glad he's in charge.


What did you think? Is this a very generous 10 minutes to get us in the mood for the film? Or 10 minutes of pure hype?

UPDATE: You can now see the video on YouTube, or embedded below, enjoy

28th February 2011

Despite rumblings from many a commentator about maybe Colin Firth not getting an Oscar, or Natalie Portman being piped at the post by Annette Benning, in the end the Oscar evening went as predictably as you could imagine with just about everyone predicting all the major winners.

Colin Firth and Natalie Portman got their statues, while Christian Bale and Melissa Leo (both for The Fighter) got awarded. Maybe the most unpredictable award for the night was best film and director, most thought that The Social Network and its director David Fincher might clinch it, but The Kings Speech and director Tom Hooper took home the glory.

Toy Story 3 deservedly gained the best animated feature Oscar and in maybe a surprise move Banks diod not get the best documentary Oscar, so no stunt appearance, instead that went to Inside Job, a film from director Charles Ferguson about the financial crisis of 2008.

In all I suppose it was a predictable night, but one where all the Oscars went to deserved winners, something which rarely happens. The awards season is now over, a season which I used to get very excited about, and although I still look at the winners with interest I don't get nearly as excited as I did 10 years ago, maybe Oscar is no longer relevant?

Chart info

UK release date:

Highest chart position: 3

Weeks on box office: 1

Chart history
Finer details

Total UK gross £2,152,977 and the 2008th top grossing film in the UK

UK BBFC Certificate: 12A