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‘Those Who We Wish Me Dead’ Trailer: Angelina Jolie Fights a Forest Fire and Deadly Assassins in the New Taylor Sheridan Film

Angelina Jolie has to deal with an army of deadly killers and a raging forest fire in the trailer for Those Who Wish Me Dead. Jolie plays a fire lookout and survival expert who has to protect a teenage boy from some deadly killers, all while a fire rages around them. It’s kind of looks like the video game Firewatch, but with more guns, and also Tyler Perry. The film has Jolie teaming up with Taylor Sheridan, the writer of Sicario, Hell or High Water, and Yellowstone. Here, Sheridan directs from...
Tags: Hbo, Hollywood, Movies, Montana, Adaptation, Angelina-Jolie, Movie Trailers, Warner Brothers, Yellowstone, Tyler Perry, Nicholas Hoult, Sheridan, Charles Leavitt, Aiden Gillen, Action/Adventure, Taylor Sheridan

This Week In Trailers: Rose Plays Julie, Worn Stories, After Love, The Palindromists

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week, we go in search and eventually meet the other woman, we attempt to meet our mother who wants nothing to do with us, get together wi...
Tags: London, Movies, This Week In Trailers, Islam, Ellen, Calais, Dublin, Movie Trailers, Dover, Ahmed, Hamilton, Falcon, Rose, Clemente, William Carlos Williams, Jakob

A-Listers Head to Cannes as the Stars Align for Mipcom

From Hollywood A-lister Richard Gere to contestants from reality hit “Love Island,” Cannes will host a panoply of stars at Mipcom next week. The international TV market’s smaller equivalent in April, MipTV, was also a starry affair, in part because of its overlap and association with the inaugural Canneseries event. But October is a better […]
Tags: Hollywood, News, Global, Ben Stiller, Jenna Coleman, Cannes, Richard Gere, Sean Bean, Mipcom, Aiden Gillen, Stars Align for Mipcom

‘Maze Runner: The Death Cure’ Clips: Zombies, and Missiles, and Explosions, Oh My!

This YA dystopian movie has everything: zombies, explosions, deadly missiles, and Giancarlo Esposito in a fabulous coat. Aiden Gillen’s also rocking a sweet turtleneck, but the fashion choices of the prestigious character actors is besides the point: the Maze Runner trilogy is officially reaching the end of the labyrinth. Maze Runner: The Death Cure is closing out the YA dystopia series — admittedly, one of the better ones we’ve seen in the past decade — with a bombastic third and final act. Th...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, James Dashner, Sequels, Adaptation, 20th Century Fox, Video Clips, Thomas, Brien, Giancarlo Esposito, Dylan O'Brien, Aiden Gillen, WCKD, Behind the Scenes Footage, TV Clips, Rosa Salazar

Film News Roundup: Aidan Gillen, Tom Hollander Join ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Movie

In today’s film news roundup, Aidan Gillen and Tom Hollander join “Bohemian Rhapsody, “The House With a Clock in its Walls’ gets a release date and IFTA holds its election. CASTINGS Aidan Gillen and Tom Hollander have joined the cast of Freddie Mercury biopic “Bohemian Rhapsody,” which has gone into production. The movie is directed […]
Tags: News, Freddie Mercury, Aidan Gillen, Aiden Gillen, Tom Hollander, Independent Film and Television Alliance, The House With a Clock in its Walls, Bohemian Rhapsody, Aidan Gillen Tom Hollander

Game Of Thrones' Littlefinger Has Found His Next Big Role

Aiden Gillen, who has played the Littlefinger since Season 1 of Game of Thrones, just landed the lead role in an upcoming film
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Littlefinger Explains Why He's So Evil & Obsessed With The Starks

This post contains spoilers about season 7 of Game of Thrones.During this week’s episode of Game of Thrones, we saw Petyr Baelish, aka Littlefinger, plant a scroll that he knew would would cause issues between the Stark sisters, Sansa and Arya. This clever but malicious act confirmed two things about Littlefinger most fans already knew: he is both the most despicable and the smartest character in Game of Thrones. In fact, his constant skilled manipulations may make him the only character in thi...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Deadpool, Sansa, Starks, Anthony Scaramucci, Gillen, Aiden Gillen, Arya, Littlefinger, Petyr Baelish, Reince Priebus Steve Bannon, Catelyn Tully Gillen

New Trailers for ‘The Wire’, ‘Deadwood’ & ‘Six Feet Under’ Make HBO’s Favorites Feel Fresh

Nowadays, anything and everything can be bought and binged. However, there was a time when not all TV shows were so readily available to be watched at your leisure. Even with the advent of DVD as a media format, it took some time for TV shows on DVD to gain traction. Because of that, there are some shows that perhaps never got as wide of an audience as they deserved, especially those that were on a pay cable channel like HBO. That’s why HBO has put together new trailers for three of their most ...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Drama, Netflix, Hulu, Six Feet Under, The Wire, Deadwood, Kim Dickens, Aiden Gillen, TV Trailer

2017 Summer Movie Preview: 25 Wide Releases We’re Excited to See

The summer season is almost upon us and you know what that means: movies are about to get bigger, louder, and more expensive. And, if we’re lucky, they’ll also be pretty great! The /Film team examined the list of every single major wide release (our indie and streaming preview arrives next week) hitting theaters this summer and argued, debated, and occasionally agreed on which 25 movies we’re most looking forward to watching over the coming months. The staff then voted, ranking them from “movie...
Tags: Movies, Mexico, Michael Bay, Robin Hood, Features, Broad City, Mark Wahlberg, Dreamworks, Russell Crowe, Johnny Depp, Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, Charlie Hunnam, Kevin Hart, Pixar, Detroit, Caribbean

Charlie Hunnam Has A Crush On David Beckham, Is Human

They're blond, they're British, they're both no doubt gracing many a bedroom pinup: It makes sense that Charlie Hunnam and David Beckham would gravitate towards one another.According to men's fashion magazine Mr. Porter, it may be Hunnam who is doing most of the gravitating. The former Sons of Anarchy star told the publication that he developed a "little bit of a crush" on Beckham while they filmed Guy Ritchie's upcoming King Arthur: Legend of the Sword.Hunnam plays the lead role in this action...
Tags: Fashion, Music, David Beckham, Sons Of Anarchy, Victoria Beckham, Charlie Hunnam, Jude Law, Beckham, Guy Ritchie, Porter, Aiden Gillen, Hunnam, Littlefinger, Morgana McNelis, Vortigern, Goosefat Bill Wilson

‘King Arthur: Legend of the Sword’ Trailer: This Ain’t Your Average Medieval Monarch Movie

Taking on the difficult task of opening the weekend after Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Warner Bros. Pictures will attempt to wage war at the box office with their medieval action epic King Arthur: Legend of the Sword. Initially, I only had a passing interest in this project from director Guy Ritchie, but this most recent trailer for the movie starring Charlie Hunnam as the titular king has officially piqued my interest. It’s like the fantasy action of Lord of the Rings mixed with the style o...
Tags: Movies, Fantasy, Sherlock Holmes, Charlie Hunnam, Movie Trailers, Jude-Law, Caribbean, Warner Brothers, Guy-Ritchie, King Arthur, Arthur, Warner Bros Pictures, Aiden Gillen, Action/Adventure, Galaxy Vol, Eric-Bana

Discovering the Legend of the Sword on the King Arthur Set

Discovering the Legend of the Sword on the King Arthur set If you’ve ever been to Disneyland or Universal Studios, you’ll be familiar with the way techniques and artistry borrowed from the film industry are used to turn empty plots of land into incredible, themed worlds. While the skills and tricks used are the same, on most film sets in the 21st Century, the scale is much less grandiose. To keep costs down, the majority of productions build only sections of the sets you see in the finished f...
Tags: Feature, London, Movies, Britain, Harry Potter, Camelot, Sherlock Holmes, Colchester, Charlie Hunnam, Jackson, Disneyland, Jude Law, Guy Ritchie, Universal Studios, Romans, Guy

‘Urban Myths’ Trailer: See Joseph Fiennes as Michael Jackson, Rupert Grint as Hitler’s Friend & More

Almost an entire year ago, you might remember the silly news that Shakespeare in Love star Joseph Fiennes was set to play Michael Jackson in a story that follows an alleged road trip taken by the King of Pop and his famous friends Elizabeth Taylor and Marlon Brando from New York to Ohio in an effort to get home after the terrorist attacks of 9/11. Since we haven’t heard anything over the past year about the project, which was said to be a half-hour comedy special of some sort, we assumed it was...
Tags: Comedy, New York, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Cary Grant, Carrie Fisher, United States, Bob Dylan, Brian Cox, Marlon Brando, Ohio, Rupert Grint, Salvador Dalí, Hitler, Muhammad Ali

‘The Lovers’ Trailer: Debra Winger & Tracy Letts’ Extramarital Affairs Save Their Marriage

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: a longtime couple finds that the spark has gone out of their marriage, and begin seeking satisfaction in outside affairs. One thing leads to another, the new relationships grow more serious, and it looks like the marriage is about to be over for good. So far, so familiar, right? But then Azazel Jacobs‘ The Lovers throws a curveball. In this film, the couple, played by Tracy Letts and Debra Winger, unexpectedly find that their extramarital activities have...
Tags: Movies, Romance, A24, Independent, Aidan Gillen, Jacobs, Debra Winger, Tracy Letts, Aiden Gillen

Old 'Game Of Thrones' Theory Hints Sansa And Jon Will Marry

After the crazy reveal in “Game of Thrones” that (spoiler) Jon Snow isn’t actually Ned Stark’s son, the ‘shippers started imagining Sansa Stark and Jon together. Say it ain’t Snow! At first, it seems a little weird since they grew up together. But Jon is the son of Rhaegar Targaryen and Sansa’s aunt Lyanna, so at least it’s still way better than whatever the Lannisters have going on. Even Littlefinger actor Aiden GIllen said the pair had “new potential.” And if Littlefinger, who has a thing for...
Tags: Hbo, News, Reddit, Harry, Tumblr, Jon Snow, Huffington Post, Sansa, Bill Bradley, Martin, Jon, George R R Martin, Ashford, Aegon, Ramsay, Dany

Watch “The Corridor,” a Tribute to the Music Video Stanley Kubrick Planned to Make Near the End of His Life

When Stanley Kubrick died, he left behind numerous film ideas that would never see the light of day. There was his epic Napoleon film; an adaptation of a Jim Thompson novel; his long-talked about Holocaust film Aryan Papers; and so much more. But this was a new one to hear about: in 1996 Kubrick agreed to direct a music video for UNKLE’s upcoming Psyence Fiction album. You may recall, back when MTV played music videos, seeing Jonathan Glazer’s “Rabbit in Your Headlights” video, or Jake Scot...
Tags: Google, Music, London, Film, College, Mtv, Stanley Kubrick, Dye, Kubrick, Joanna Lumley, Jonathan Glazer, Napoleon, Somerset House, Jim Thompson, Facebook Twitter, Barry Lyndon

Sing Street Review

Rating: 9 out of 10 Cast: Ferdia Walsh-Peelo as CosmoAidan Gillen as RobertMaria Doyle Kennedy as PennyJack Reynor as BrendanLucy Boynton as RaphinaKelly Thornton as AnnBen Carolan as DarrenMark McKenna as EamonPercy Chamburuka as NgigConor Hamilton as LarryKarl Rice as GarryIan Kenny as BarryDon Wycherley as Brother BaxterLydia McGuinness as Mrs. DunneDirected by: John Carney Sing Street Review: I was in a band in the 1990s. It was a cover band, mostly 1950s and 1960s rock music – songs from ba...
Tags: Movies, Movie Reviews, Carney, Dublin, Duran Duran, Elvis, Cosmo, Joe Jackson, DUBLIN Ireland, John Carney, Ferdia Walsh Peelo, Raphina Lucy Boynton, Oates, Everly Brothers, Maria Doyle Kennedy, Aiden Gillen

'Sing Street' Takes Teenagers (and Music) Seriously

The latest from "Once" director John Carney is an autobiographical, infectious 1980s musical. Threaded through all John Carney’s films—Once, Begin Again, and now Sing Street—is a singular preoccupation: the ways that trouble (in love and in money, mostly) and the artist’s vocation go together. As the former bassist for the Irish band The Frames and a now-successful filmmaker, you can imagine that he comes by this naturally; Carney has said he was living in his basement when he made Once (starrin...
Tags: London, Connor, Carney, Dublin, Barry, Glen Hansard, Tony, Christian Brothers, John Carney, Maria Doyle Kennedy, Jack Reynor, Aiden Gillen, Connor Ferdia Walsh Peelo

Aiden Gillen, Littlefinger on 'Game of Thrones,' Stars in Comet Video

As the hit HBO series "Game of Thrones" wraps up its fifth season tonight (June 14), remember that you can see Aiden Gillen (who plays the weaselly Littlefinger) in a short science fiction film about the European Space Agency's Rosetta spacecraft. The comet short film "Ambition," which ESA released last October ahead of Rosetta's release of its Philae lander, takes place in a strange and distant future and features two characters who can apparently manipulate matter with their minds (or ...
Tags: Hbo, Earth, Rosetta, Churyumov Gerasimenko, Gillen, Aiden Gillen Littlefinger, Aiden Gillen, Aisling Franciosi