Trailer: Cruella (2021)

So we have the trailer for the latest live action make the bad person look good film from Disney with Cruella. The worst thing is I am such a huge fan of Emma Stone (the rest of the cast is impressive as well) and then I just think this looks utterly pointless. Cruella DeVille wanted to kill puppies to make coat, I mean how is that going to be turned around or even approached?

Although I guess we can just assume that it will all be because a man broke her heart like in Maleficent right?

I place myself firmly on the fence whether I will actually watch this or not, I mean the more interesting thing will be if it goes straight to Disney+ and how much you will have to pay to watch it.

Thoughts? Will you be watching this one?

Preview: Spencer (2021)

FIRST LOOK IMAGE RELEASED AS PRINCIPAL PHOTOGRAPHY BEGINS

ON PABLO LARRAÍN’S PRINCESS DIANA FEATURE

SPENCER

STARRING KRISTEN STEWART

‘SPENCER is a dive inside an emotional imagining of who Diana was at a pivotal turning point in her life.’– Kristen Stewart

Principal photography has begun on SPENCER, which focuses on one weekend in the life of Princess Diana, as she spends the Christmas holiday with the royal family at the Sandringham estate in Norfolk, and decides to leave her marriage to Prince Charles. Filming will take place in Germany and the UK and an autumn 2021 launch is anticipated. 2022 marks the 25th anniversary of Diana’s death.

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Preview: 23 Walks (2020)

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Written & Directed by Paul Morrison
Starring Alison Steadman & Dave Johns
12 | 102 mins | Parkland Entertainment

Released on DVD & Digital from Monday 25th January

★★★★ “Moving and modest… This lovely little film by Paul Morrison has a quiet integrity and realism that makes its hopeful ending all the more delightful” Metro

23 Walks is a complex, tender and heart-warming comedy drama about finding love later in life. Dave (Dave Johns) and Fern (Alison Steadman), two older strangers, have been bruised by their individual circumstance. They meet walking their dogs in a North London park, and over the course of twenty-three walks together the romance begins to blossom. But Dave and Fern haven’t been completely honest with one another and their future together may be threatened by the secrets they have withheld.

Preview: Lost at Christmas (2020)

Blue Finch Film Releasing and Magic Monkey Films are excited to announce that they are bringing Christmas cheer to the UK early with ‘Lost At Christmas‘ arriving in cinemas from 4th December – ahead of the film’s digital release on the 7th! 

Directed by BAFTA nominee Ryan Hendrick, the film is based on the acclaimed short film Perfect Strangers and is Scotland’s first traditional Christmas movie. Featuring an incredible cast, including, Sylvester McCoy (Dr Who / The Hobbit),  Natalie Clark (The Last Bus), Kenny BoyleSanjeev Kohli (Still Game) & Clare Grogan (Gregory’s Girl) to name a few. 

Lost At Christmas is set in the remote Scottish town of Fort William, on Christmas Eve, when life is turned upside down for Jen (Natalie Clark) and Rob (Kenny Boyle). Suddenly finding themselves heartbroken, single and stranded, they team up to try and reach home 100 miles away to be with their families. “Borrowing” Jen’s now ex-boyfriend’s classic car, the pair hit the road, but it’s not long before the weather turns for the worse forcing them to continue their journey on foot.

Bickering and bonding across the snowy Moors of Glencoe, they eventually arrive at a remote inn where they meet other guests dead set on avoiding the traditional Christmas joy. However, as Christmas Day draws closer, will happiness emerge and draw Jen and Rob together?

Lost at Christmas will bring you in from the cold, lighten your heart and provide the ultimate feel-good Christmas cinema experience.
Director Ryan Hendrick, who is excited to share his latest project with the world, said: “I am beyond thrilled our festive heart warmer is heading out into the world. It was a thrill to make and be surrounded by such a group of talented artists.

Lost at Christmas will be released in UK cinemas from 4th December and on Digital from 7th December

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Really looking forward to this one, certainly looks like it has plenty of charm!

*Original title on IMDb is Perfect Strangers due to it being based on a short film with that name from 2015*

Preview: The Prom (2020)

I totally adore musicals and theatre and lets face it totally missing that live singing and dancing that is so loved. So with Netflix having The Prom coming in December this is very exciting for sure! Especially given Meryl Streep is in it, who doesn’t adore her? We have a truly outstanding teaser trailer:

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Disney+ Mulan to Premiere on Streaming Service!

After the announcement from Disney+ that in the US Mulan would be heading for the streaming service with a premium price on top of your monthly subscription it was only a matter of time before the same announcement was made for the UK. The issue with this? They are charging £28.99 for the pleasure!

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Preview: Paydirt (2020)

Starring: Luke Goss (Hellboy II: The Golden Army),Val Kilmer (Kiss Kiss Bang Bang), Mike Hatton (Green Book), Mirtha Michelle (Fast & Furious) and introducing Mercedes Kilmer in her feature debut.

Hollywood heavyweights Luke Goss and Val Kilmer face off in a brand new rip-roaring, all-action heist thriller, PAYDIRT, which gets its UK Premiere this Summer courtesy of 101 Films and Octane Entertainment.

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Preview: Life With Music (2020)

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Blue Finch Film Releasing are delighted to announce that Life With Music, starring Sir Patrick Stewart, Katie Holmes and Giancarlo Esposito, will be available on digital download from 27th July.

Henry Field (Patrick Stewart) is an acclaimed concert pianist and one of the great virtuosi of his era. Upon returning to the stage after a prolonged absence, he finds himself suddenly afflicted with a severe case of stage fright. His once effortless play has abruptly turned into a self-conscious struggle of every bar. Old wounds have crept up on the master as he now fights to ward off artistic disaster.

Enter Helen Morrison (Katie Holmes), a music critic with a kindred spirit and a troubled past of her own. Helen believes she might hold the key to Henry’s return to form, but she must first overcome his defences and win his trust. As Henry’s condition starts to improve, the blossoming relationship takes an unexpected turn which could precipitate his downfall. Unless he finally faces his demons and the darker truth lurking beneath the glory of the stage.