Later this year comes the sequel to 2012’s The Hunger Games
Below are some new pics released by Lionsgate from “Catching Fire”
Francis Lawrence directs with Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson
and the majority of the first movies cast returning for it’s sequel.
New comers to The Hunger Games universe are:
Philip Seymour Hoffman as Heavensbee, Amanda Plummer as Wiress,
Sam Claflin as Finnick Odair and Jeffrey Wright as Beetee
Jack the Giant Slayer Director – Bryan Singer Cast: Nicholas Hoult,
Stanley Tucci, Ian McShane
Release Date: 1 March (US)
21 March (AUS) 22 March (UK)
JACK THE GIANT SLAYER is based
on the fairy tale “Jack the Giant Killer” A Farmhand (Jack) faces all sorts of delightful trouble as he attempts to rescue princess Isabelle from the Giants.
Directed by Tarsem Singh Cast Henry Cavill, Freida Pinto
Mickey Rourke, Stephen Dorff
Hyperion played by the meancing Mickey Rourke
the ruler of Crete, declares war on Olympus
after the Gods fail to help save the lives of his
family. His ultimate aim is to release the Titans
from Mount Tartarus in turn destroying the Gods.
Theseus played by Henry Cavill, who’s mum was
killed by Hyperion, seeks revenge and leads a
small band of soldiers against the army of Hyperion.
IMMORTALS is no 300 but a decent fantasy
movie nevertheless. The storyline seemed rushed,
and some of the actors wasted in their respective
roles. Could have been so much better. 7/10
Directed by Roel Reiné Cast Victor Webster, Ron Perlman, Billy Zane
Sadly this movie is dreadful and is an early
contender for Worst Movie of 2012. I loved
the original “Mummy” Spin off directed by
Chuck Russell and starring the Rock but this
was just painful to watch in every department.
Billy Zane hamming it up like he was in a Mel
Brooks movie and Ron Perlman looking the
same as he always does (Hellboy) aside,
uttering a few sentences and taking home his
pay packet. And don’t get me started on
Bostin Christopher the actor who was simply
brought on board to violently burp at any
available moment to give the audience
something to chuckle at – how ridiculous.
Victor Webster playing the Scorpion King was
like the movie, a very big disappointment. 4/10
Directed & Produced by Peter Jackson Cast Martin Freeman, Ian McKellen
Andy Serkis, Christopher Lee, Richard Armitage
Benedict Cumberbatch, Hugo Weaving
The Hobbit is a prequel to the Lord of the Rings
& centres around Bilbo Baggins & his
journey to the Lonely Mountain to reclaim a
treasure taken by the dragon Smaug.
On his journey Bilbo is accompanied by
thirteen dwarves led by the legendary