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[WATCH] Promising, visually spectacular first teaser for HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 2

Dean DeBlois’ How to Train Your Dragon was one of the most pleasantly surprising films of 2010 — a visually stunning and heartwarming adventure that set a new precedent for DreamWorks Animation — and today we get our first look at the much-anticipated sequel in this exceptionally pretty teaser trailer. Rather than revealing the film’s plot, we …

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[WATCH] WU-TANG CLAN reunite on FALLON with THE ROOTS

The reunited Wu-Tang Clan paid a visit to Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night in support of RZA’s upcoming directorial debut The Man With the Iron Fists. In their first TV appearance in ten years, the legendary NYC outfit performed ‘Six Directions of Boxing’ from the film’s soundtrack with support from The Roots, as well as their classic …

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[WATCH] Red-band trailer for raunchy, star-studded anthology MOVIE 43

Anthology films are usually limited to somewhat artful endeavours for cinephiles — Three Extremes, Paris, Je t’aime, To Each His Own Cinema — but that’s about to change with Movie 43, an R-rated comedy anthology overseen by Peter Farrelly and boasting an enormously diverse cast of Hollywood stars as well as some intriguing directors. Made up of twenty segments from a …

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WCS 2012 Reviews: CORIOLANUS, ONCE UPON A TIME IN ANATOLIA & HARA-KIRI: DEATH OF A SAMURAI 3D

After getting off to a strong start last week, the World Cinema Showcase kicked it up a notch in Auckland over the past weekend with a terrific selection of foreign films. I caught Ralph Fiennes’ modern adaptation of Shakespeare’s Coriolanus on Saturday, followed by Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s Turkish drama Once Upon a Time in Anatolia and Takashi Miike’s Harakiri remake Hara-Kiri: Death of a Samurai 3D on Sunday, …

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[Watch] Trailer for Ralph Fiennes directorial debut CORIOLANUS

Academy Award-nominated actor Ralph Fiennes has directed his first feature film, Coriolanus, in which he also stars. He has gathered an impressive supporting cast, including Gerard Butler, Brian Cox, Vanessa Redgrave, Jessica Chastain, James Nesbitt and Ashraf Barhom. The film is a modern adaptation of the Shakespeare tragedy, written by John Logan (Gladiator, Sweeney Todd), in which …

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