The famous filmmaker Wes Anderson is well-known for his quirky films that feature large set of recurring cast members, iconic use of simple colours and whimsical musical accompaniments. Here’s a video showing that symmetry is another feature we should add to this list.
Although this movie won’t be able to tell the full story, as it now seems far from over, it will make for interesting viewing. Starring Kate Beckinsale and Cara Delevingne. Check it out..
‘Free Inside’ is a documentary filmed from within the confines of Pollsmoor prison.
You would think that entertainment journalist and Deadline.com founder Nikki Finke would do better to avoid social media faux pas like “don’t try and endorse a movie whilst also paying respect to the dead”.
Is the biblical epic becoming a genre in its own right? It does seem to be going that way, as Darren Aronofsky has just wrapped up work on another religion-based film, ‘Noah’.
Local film maker, Ben Jay Crossman got in touch with us recently to share his video series, titled ‘The Streets Of Fietas’. The series is a stark insight into the lives of the residents of one of Johannesburg’s poorest suburbs, as they battle drug addiction. This is part three of three.
Local film maker, Ben Jay Crossman got in touch with us recently to share his video series, titled ‘The Streets Of Fietas’. The series is a stark insight into the lives of the residents of one of Johannesburg’s poorest suburbs, as they battle drug addiction. This is part two of three.
Local film maker, Ben Jay Crossman got in touch with us recently to share his video series, titled ‘The Streets Of Fietas’. The series is a stark insight into the lives of the residents of one of Johannesburg’s poorest suburbs, as they battle drug addiction. This is part one of three.
On Wednesday we dropped the trailer of the new film Gravity, starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney as two lost astronauts who are stuck in space, forced to adventure into the void and find salvation. Well, during a recent press conference with director Alfonso Cuarón, a reporter asked a rather, well, silly question.
The 50 Shades of Grey film comes out on 1 August 2014 – pencil it in. Want to know who’ll be playing the young, college graduate Anastasia Steele? How about the rich and successful businessman, Christian Grey? You want to picture them getting it on don’t you? Well, the lead roles have been announced – here they are.
Since moving to New York a year ago I’ve been stopped several times by people telling me that I look like Matt Damon. Matt Damon? Are you on crack? But in the city that never sleeps, little sleep makes anybody look like the Hollywood actor you came on holiday to New York for, even though that actor lives in Hollywood.
Here’s the skinny: When a freak hurricane swamps Los Angeles, nature’s deadliest killer rules sea, land, and air as thousands of sharks terrorize the waterlogged populace. I know, you can’t wait to watch this.
“A Boy and His Atom” is officially the world’s smallest movie. The movie was created by IBM and was developed through the manipulation of thousands of carbon monoxide molecules. The result is an animated stop-motion short.
Vettel makes F1 history. ANC branches revolt. SA’s booming film industry. Gangnam Style takes YouTube’s top spot. Rolling Stones fans left fuming over unsold tickets. JR Ewing deis. Sheen gave Lohan $100k. Saudi women now wear electronic tags.
Emmanuelle was the movie that basically kicked off the porn industry – certainly the soft porn industry – and it starred one Sylvia Kristel. 2oceansvibe’s ties to the movie are bigger than you might be aware..
So far, more than one million people have watched the Cape Town-made 3D animation film “Adventures in Zambezia”. It was released internationally 13 weeks ago, and will screen in Cape Town for the first time this week.
“Rhinos Under Threat” is a new YouTube documentary aiming to raise public awareness of the current crisis faced by poaching. It launched at the Rio+20 Conference earlier this week. See the full 28-minute film inside, however be warned that it might be upsetting for sensitive viewers.
‘Searching For Sugar Man’ won the audience and grand prize awards for documentary at Sundance this year. That’s pretty damn awesome for a South African inspired film. Narrated by Cape town’s very own Stephen ‘Sugar’ Segerman (Mabu Vinyl) I can guarantee you this thing is going to EXPLODE. Synopsis: Aspiring ’70s folk rock musician Rodriguez [...]
The 65th Cannes Film Festival officially begins today, and the South African delegation is making a pretty strong showing there. They’ve got 130 South African filmmakers attending, the largest SA delegation ever to go to Cannes, showcasing 12 feature films and eight documentaries – including Otelo Burning, by the guys who did Surfing Soweto.
Director Spike Lee has cast Sharlto Copley as the key villain in his remake of Oldboy, Park Chan-wook’s brutal thriller about a businessman who, after being kidnapped on his daughter’s birthday, hardens himself for revenge during his years of imprisonment. Lee had initially offered the roles to Christian Bale, Clive Owen, and Colin Firth.
Last year, James Cameron called on filmmakers to start shooting film at 48 frames per second – twice the industry standard, and twice as smooth, visually. Peter Jackson was the first to respond, shooting The Hobbit at 48fps. And, according to people who saw a 10-minute preview at CinemaCon this year, it looks like a made-for-TV BBC movie.
“The simple fact is you feel responsible for Goose and you have a confidence problem. Now I’m not gonna sit here and blow sunshine up your ass, Lieutenant. A good pilot is compelled to evaluate what’s happened, so he can apply what he’s learned. Up there, we gotta push it. That’s our job. It’s your [...]
Following criticism over pretty much everything he’s done in the past decades, Star Wars creator/destroyer George Lucas announced his planned retirement in a recent interview with the New York Times – adding, “Why would I make any more when everybody yells at you all the time and says what a terrible person you are?”
I am heading off to London on Thursday to interview Daniel Craig about his new movie, the American adaptation of the Swedish hit film with the same name. I should mention that the director of this adaptation is none other than David Fincher. You love David Fincher. He did films like Zodiac, Seven and The [...]
50 Cent has joined the cast of Odd Thomas, an adaptation of Dean Koontz’ novel, which I don’t really care about. What I do care about is the fact that 50 Cent is playing a blind DJ called Shamus Cocobolo, who will help Anton Yelchin’s “clairvoyant short-order cook” uncover a Satanic plot. No spice.
German actress Antje Traue has been cast as ‘Faora,’ villainous accomplice to the no-less-ridiculous-sounding Zod in the Zack Snyder-directed Superman reboot. Since we’re now assured at least one slow-motion high-definition Traue scene, the reboot might be worth looking at, Snyder notwithstanding.
Well hello there, movie trailer. You’re looking pretty fine. What’s that? You’re a trailer for The Hangover: Part II? Well I guess that’s pretty — and you’re the first full length trailer? Oh, you’re a tease. That’s what you are. I guess that pretty much takes care of the rest of my Friday.
This looks to be pretty rad – a look at the the lives of four photojournalists working in South African townships between 1990 and 1994, based on the book of the same name written by two of the original group. Unfortunate accents aside, the cast and crew are looking pretty rad. Checkit.
This short time lapse film of Cape Town was put together by Silver Bullet productions, and it is pretty stunning. Everyone knows that Cape Town is aesthetically beautiful, and when it comes to its treatment on film, this beauty can be to its detriment. This film shows Cape Town through a darker, gorgeous lens.
Overeager merchandising at Amazon led to the spoiling of Transformer 3: The Dark of the Moon’s plot, which everybody is just devastated about. What’s that? You don’t watch it ‘for the story’? Oh. Well it’s in space, apparently…