With it recently being revealed that the series 3 of Sherlock will not be airing in the UK until December/January time, Sherlock fans have become a bit downcast at the prospects of waiting even longer for the well loved TV show. However, never fear! Jude Law, who plays John Watson in the film series (along with Robert Downey Junior as Sherlock) there seem to be many, obvious hints that the film series will be coming back for a third film. Law has already had multiple talks with Warner brothers about the idea, and he seems enthusiastic about the prospects. “"I hate celebrating anything I've done, but I'm so proud of those films. I think it was Joel Silver who said, 'Take it out of that dusty room and put it on the street'."
More Hunger Games: Mockingjay news this week, as Wes Chatham and Elden Henson are on board as Castor and his brother Pollux, whom Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) goes on missions with into the capitol. Pollux is an Avox, as he had his vocal chords removed as a punishment by his Capitol overlords. Chatham has appeared in The Help and In The Valley Of Elah, and Henson is known for his roles in Lords Of Dogtown and Jobs. The cast already includes Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, Lily Rabe, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Natalie Dormer and Julianne Moore.
Yes, it’s been confirmed that there will be a sequel to the much loved comedy film Dumb and Dumber, Dumb and Dumber To, and of course featuring none other than Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels. Not much is known about the film as of yet, but what is known is that it will be set 18 years after the first film and that Lloyd (Jim Carrey) now has a son. Now what could go wrong there?! And what’s more, the news comes with some hilarious pictures posted by the duo on their Twitter accounts. It’s something that Carrey fans will be ecstatic about!
In an interview with Total Film, Daniel Radcliff, best known for his role of Harry Potter, talks about his role in the film Kill Your Darlings, a controversial film in which he plays the role of poet Allen Ginsberg about the scandal that rocked Columbia University in the summer of 1944, alongside Harry Osborn, who plays Allen’s lover Lucien Carr. The film follows Ginsberg in his college days and his discovery of his passion for poetry. Radcliff states: “I’m sure some people will be slightly… err… startled by the gay sex scene though…” “It’s actually not graphic. You don’t actually see anything. What’s graphic is the emotion of the scene.” Following the controversial film in Russia, ‘Winters Journey’ which includes a gay relationship, it’s great to see the British film makers creating a film for awareness and that they don’t care if its controversial, it’s a step in the right direction.
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