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Ron Perlman On Why Online’s Where It’s At

From live streamed operas, to interactive secret cinema. From movies on demand, to plays adapted from films. The boundaries between between theatre, film and TV have been getting a mite blurred of late. This week, Shelley Marsd...
 
 
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George Clooney Talks Tomorrowland

George Clooney was in London recently to talk about new movie Tomorrowland. Shelley Marsden was there for Filmjuice… He seems to have worked through just about every role you can play in a Hollywood movie – love int...

 
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Sexpots And Sirens

The Oscars are on it’s way! What better time to decide who:
 
 
 
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Manakamana

The late mountaineer Anatoli Boukreev (he died during an avalanche while climbing in Nepal) once said, ‘Mountains are the cathedral where I practice my religion’. In Manakamana, these two elements blend into one sop...
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
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Angelina Jolie & Elle Fanning Talk Maleficent

DISNEY movie Maleficent, out in cinemas on May 28, is Disney gone bad – in the sense that it explores the untold story of the iconic villain from the 1959 animated feature  Sleeping Beauty. This year marks the 55th Annive...
 
 
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The Railway Man

It didn’t do as well as it might have, but The Railway Man sees Colin Firth turn in one of the most moving and nuanced performances of his acclaimed career to date. A war drama about the power of forgiveness and redemption, The...
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
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The Stag

It’s not as bawdy as its title might suggest. But John Butler’s directorial debut, The Stag, a comedy with a heart about an Irish stag party gone awry, is a tad predictable and tends to prompt vaguely amused snorts rather than ...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Director Giovanni Veronesi: Cinema Italy

Paolo Sorrentino’s Oscar-winning The Great Beauty is shining the spotlight on Italian cinema across the globe, so it was fitting that last weekend Italian film took centre-stage in London for the fifth edition of the Cinema Mad...

 
 
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Peter McDonald Talks The Stag

Filmjuice’s Shelley Marsden speaks to Peter McDonald, who co-wrote and stars in Irish comedy The Stag. John Butler’s directorial debut is a gentler take on The Hangover, with more heart and picturesque landscapes. As The Stag b...
 
 
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Peacock

Anybody that has followed the career of Cillian Murphy will know the Cork actor isn’t averse to a bit of cross dressing. In Neil Jordan’s 2005’s Breakfast on Pluto he went from gawky teen to beautiful blonde bombshell as transv...