The first poster has been released for the most anticipated film of the year in the final chapter of the Harry Potter series. It really is just a fantastic way to start off what I can imagine will be a lot of posters. We are used to seeing loads for the Potter films and I am sure this one will be no different and possibly even have more than the previous films!
The King’s Speech is being released in the US with a PG rating release (swearing cut out) and they have a new poster, which I just had to blog because it is such a lovely poster. Aiming the film more at the family audience.
The first poster has been released for ‘Puss in Boots’ a spin off with the character from ‘Shrek’.
J.B Brooks (Wayne) a dying gunfighter spends his last days looking for a way to die with a minimum of pain and a maximum of dignity.
Rumours are flying around today that Colin Firth is set to be included in the Queen’s birthday honours list in June to be knighted. This is after his Oscar-winning performance in ‘The King’s Speech’ in which he portrays King George VI. He has been an incredible ambassador for the UK throughout his entire career. I would be very happy to see Colin knighted. I guess we just have to wait to find out if there is any truth in the rumours!
Fresh off her Oscar win this film which has two titles going around originally ‘Love and Other Impossible Pursuits’ and the most recently used ‘The Other Woman’. Fresh off her Oscar win on Sunday seems to have given this film fresh hope, looks pretty good performance wise to me with an interesting storyline to go along with it. Portman certainly is woman of the moment and that is fine by me!
When Bennett was killed in a car crash, we take a look into how his family and girlfriend deal with the grief his death brings them.
Well I must have not been paying attention to another other than Oscars talk for the past couple of months, as I totally missed that Alec Baldwin is now on the Hollywood Walk of Fame from the 16th February!
The 10 films I found the best from the year 2010. I think overall it has been a pretty good year for film, so I probably could have had more than 10 on this list! I have managed to see 41 films from the year 2010, so picked my 10 best from those!
A couple of the films which have made the list managed to surprise me as I might not have been expecting very much from them before watching them.
The downside of going to the cinema once maybe twice a week is that you will end up going to see some bad films at some point. Or maybe not just bad, but disappointing after they have been built up so much. I have managed to see 41 films from the year 2010, so picked by 10 worst from those!
Some of the films may come as a bit of a shock on the worst film list, but just how I felt watching the films. The more I have looked over my list the more it appears disappointment set in whilst really looking forward to seeing the films.
It has been announced this morning that Jane Russell passed away yesterday. A very well-known actress from the 1940s/1950s. Her most well-known performance has to come in ‘Gentlemen Prefer Blondes’ which she starred alongside Marilyn Monroe. Then a follow-up to that film ‘Gentlemen Marry Brunettes’.
How it all began for Charles and Erik aka Professor X and Magneto. I cannot make my mind up if I think this looks good or not, the trailer doesn’t really give much away. It has to be good for the X-Men series as Wolverine Origins was very disappointing.