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Exclusive Interview: Director Pete Travis on City Of Tiny Lights

London takes on the shades of noir this Friday with the arrival in cinemas of thriller City Of Tiny Lights. Based on the best-seller of the same name, City Of Tiny Lights sees down at heel private detective Tommy Akhtar (Riz Ahmed) drawn into the seedy world of crime and corruption when a high-class prostitute disappears.  It’s a journey that...

Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson talks Den of Thieves

On Friday the 2nd of February, Gerard Butler and a whole host of muscle, including Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson, will be appearing in cinemas across the country in heist thriller, Den of Thieves. To celebrate the release Curtis Jackson sat down to talk about the film. Den of Thieves is a gritty Los Angeles crime saga which follows the intersecting...

Exclusive: Paddington 2 Interviews – Hugh Bonneville, Paul King and more

The cutest marmalade sandwich loving bear is back on November 10 in the follow up to his 2014 outing in Paddington 2. Writer/Director Paul King has done it yet again by making this delightful "kids" movie not only just for the ankle biters but adults will love it too. Audiences are transported to an amazingly nostalgic world of the classic pop...

Exclusive: Angourie Rice Interview on her New Film, Everyday

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Since bursting onto the big screen as Ryan Gosling's daughter in The Nice Guys, rising star, Angourie Rice hasn’t been short of a few roles. The young actress has shown immense potential starring opposite so fairly big names in the form of Nicole Kidman and Colin Farrell in The Beguiled as well as starring as Betty in last year’s Spider-Man:...

Interview: Henry Cavill and Armie Hammer sit down for a chat about ‘The Man From Uncle’

With the release of The Man from U.N.C.L.E. on DIGITAL HD, BLU-RAY and DVD today, Henry Cavill and Armie Hammer sat down to answer a few questions about the film. QUESTION:  The Man from U.N.C.L.E. is inspired by the ‘60s TV series, which aired before you guys were born.  Even though you’re telling a whole new story, were there any aspects of the...

Interview: Sebastian Jessen and Julie Zangenberg From Walter Presents Heartless Talk about the Show

All4's Walter Present's is a Brand new collection showcasing the best foreign-language drama series from around the world, handpicked especially for you and most importantly all free to watch. One of the drama's picked by Walter himself is the Danish supernatural thriller Heartless, set in a boarding school it will be right up the street of fans of Twilight, True...

Interview: Molly Moon and the Incredible Book of Hypnotism Director, Christopher Rowley

For the release of Molly Moon and the Incredible Book of Hypnotism out in cinemas December 2nd, we spoke with the director Christopher N. Rowley on how he went about adapting the popular children’s book for the big screen. We also spoke about his previous film Bonneville and his upcoming projects. As the director of Molly Moon and the Incredible...

Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson, Elizabeth Olsen: Avengers: Age Of Ultron interviews

Marvel Studios unleashes the next global phenomenon in the Marvel Cinematic Universe: Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron. Good intentions wreak havoc when Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) unwittingly creates Ultron (James Spader), a terrifying A.I. monster who vows to achieve “world peace” via mass extinction. Now, Iron Man, Captain America (Chris Evans), Thor (Chris Hemsworth) and The Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) –...

Interview: Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg Discuss Bridge of Spies and Exclusive Clip

Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks four-film collaboration is one of the greatest director-actor partnerships in movie history. Hanks’ ability to convey an all American dignity, wholesomeness and an understated heroism matched by Spielberg’s mastery of every aspect of moviemaking have informed films as diverse as WWII classic Saving Private Ryan (1998), colourful caper Catch Me If You Can (2002) and...

Interview: Karen Bryson tells us about her new film, The Carrier, talks Shameless and her future work.

Karen Bryson is no stranger to the screen, better known for her role in Shameless, playing the feisty Avril Powell her career goes from strength to strength with no limitations. Karen has recently seen her new film, The Carrier premiere at the Raindance film festival, we got the chance to sit down and pose a few questions her way about...

Interview: Sarah Wayne Callies on The Other Side of The Door & The Return of Prison Break.

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With the release of British-Indian Horror The Other Side of The Door on the 4th of March we sat down with star of the film Sarah Wayne Callies for a chat. Callies whose face you will recognise from the hit TV shows The Walking Dead and Prison Break takes the lead in new horror The Other Side of the Door...

EXCLUSIVE Chris Rock Interview about his new film Top Five

It’s not every day you get offered the chance to sit down with one of the best known American comedians/actors in the world, So when the opportunity to speak to Chris Rock about his new movie Top Five, where he plays an actor who’s recent film is a flop and falls for a journalist doing a profile piece on...

Interview: Legend Director, Brian Helgeland gives the lowdown on Legend.

It is fitting that the first story filmmaker Brian Helgeland heard about Ronnie and Reggie Kray was untrue; a whole host of myths and legends have sprung up around the notorious twin brothers who ruled London’s crime scene during the 1950s and 1960s. Helgeland heard the story just before the turn of the century when he was approached to shoot...

Black Mass Interview: Real Life Winter Hill Gang Mobster Mark Silverman discusses the film.

With the release of Black Mass starring Johnny Depp out on DVD on the 21st of March, we had the opportunity to sit down for a chat with real life Winter Hill Gang mobster Mark Silverman to talk about the accuracy of the film and discuss Whitey Bulger. Mark, whose picture does not appear for obvious reasons, not only had ties...

The Accountant Exclusive Interview: Cynthia Addai-Robinson

Friday, November the 4th see's Ben Affleck return to the big screen again this year as Christian Wolff in 'The Accountant'. Christian Wolff (Affleck) is a math savant with more affinity for numbers than people. Behind the cover of a small-town CPA office, he works as a freelance accountant for some of the world’s most dangerous criminal organizations. With the...

Video Interview – Andre Holland, star of The Knick talks to Flavourmag.

Andre Holland hit our TV screens in The Knick, a historical medical drama, back in October 2014 as Dr. Algernon Edwards on Sky Atlantic. The Knick, a 10 part series directed by Academy Award winner and Emmy nominee Steven Soderbergh is set in downtown New York in 1900, The Knick centres on Knickerbocker Hospital and the groundbreaking surgeons, nurses and...

EXCLUSIVE Urban Hymn Interview: Letitia Wright and Isabella Laughland

Michael Caton-Jones critically acclaimed 'Urban Hymn' is about to open in cinemas on the 30th of September - We got to sit down with two of the three female leads - Letitia Wright and Isabella Laughland to chat about the film. URBAN HYMN - which won Best Film in the Generator +18 category at the Giffoni Film Festival and screened at...

Exclusive: Benicio Del Toro on returning as Alejandro in Sicario 2: Soldado

In 2015, Denis Villeneuve brought to life Taylor Sheridan's Sicario with critical acclaim. The slow-paced but tension-filled crime thriller followed a principled FBI agent played by Emily Blunt who is enlisted by a government task force to bring down the leader of a powerful and brutal Mexican drug cartel. Starring Blunt, Benicio Del Toro and Josh Brolin, the film was nominated for numerous Oscars...

Interview: Eddie the Eagle Director, Dexter Fletcher, Chats to us about the Film.

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The feel-good movie of the year, Eddie The Eagle starring Taron Egerton as Eddie 'The Eagle' Edwards and Hugh Jackman is out on Easter Monday and we got to spend some time with Director Dexter Fletcher for a chat about the film. North London born Fletcher, who has been involved in the TV and Film Industries for 40 years, had...

Interview: Sing Street’s Ferdia Walsh-Peelo talks first time acting, 80’s music and working with Jack Reynor.

Director John Carney has brought us musical wonders for the big screen in the form of Once and Begin Again and his new offering Sing Street – which is out in cinemas May 20 - is another musical journey that will penetrate the soul and make you fall in love with the 80’s. Set in 80’s Ireland, Sing Street follows...

EXCLUSIVE TROLLS INTERVIEW: Directors Mike Mitchell and Walt Dohrn

This week see's the release of Dreamworks animation Trolls on Friday, October 21st. To celebrate the release we spent some time with Trolls Directors Mike Mitchell and Walt Dohrn to chat about the film, working with Justin Timberlake and finding your happy place. DreamWorks' TROLLS is a hair-raising comedy filled with unbelievable adventure and incredible music.  Known for their crazy,...

Ice Age: Collision Course Interview – Co-Director, Galen Chu Discusses the Film.

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Co- Director Galen Chu is a true veteran of the Ice Age Franchise having started his career as an animator on the very first Ice Age back in 2002. Now 15 years later and with the 5th film in the franchise being released, Our Film Editor, Zehra Phelan sat down with Galen Chu to talk about the Collision Course. Read our Ice Age:...

Exclusive: 5 Minutes with ‘Lost Girls’ Director Julia Verdin

Hollywood Producer, Julia Verdin had her Directorial Debut, Lost Girls, selected for this year's Raindance Film Festival. We got a chance to see the film and took some time to ask her a few questions on the film. Lost Girls tells the story of a former victim who is forced to lure young girls into sex trafficking is given an unexpected...

Lauren McCrostie Interview on Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

The Falling star, Lauren McCrostie saw herself with the opportunity of a lifetime when presented with the role of Olive – the fire starter - in Tim Burton’s fantastical Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children alongside stars such as Judi Dench, Eva Green and Samuel L. Jackson. Her first major production saw her dream finally start to materialise in this...

London Town Interview with Director Derrick Borte

With the release of British coming of age film, London Town on DVD and VOD - which also saw it premiere at this year's BFI London Film Festival - Director Derrick Borte chats about the film. London Town Synopsis England, 1979, unemployment has hit the working class suburbs of London. 14-year old Shay Barker (Daniel Huttlestone) is forced to grow up...

Adeel Akhtar talks Victoria and Abdul and Diversity in Film and TV

Last year’s return to the role of Queen Victoria for Dame Judi Dench, came with humour and heart in a story based on when Ol’ Vicky struck up the most unlikely of friendships with her India servant. To mark the home entertainment release of Victoria and Abdul, on the 22nd of January we sat down to speak to Adeel Akhtar — who plays Mohammed, Abdul’s long-suffering colleague...

Interview: Daniel Craig and Naomie Harris Discuss SPECTRE

With the release of Spectre on Blu-Ray and DVD on the 22nd of February, Bond himself, Daniel Craig and Miss Moneypenny aka Naomie Harris sat down to have a chat about the film. NAOMIE HARRIS How do you think the franchise stays relevant? One of the things that always makes this franchise so exciting and keeps the audience on board and loving...

Star Trek Beyond Interview with Karl Urban and John Cho

With the third installment to the Star Trek Franchise, Star Trek Beyond being released in cinemas in the UK on July 22nd, Our film editor, Zehra Phelan got to sit down with the films Karl Urban (Bones) and John Cho (Sulu). [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sv1hh92cmW8] Urban and Cho talk about the film, which falls on the 50th anniversary since the creation of Star...

Exclusive interview with Jack Reynor

When I found myself sitting in the Bafta headquarters waiting in an empty room I thought to myself this Jack Reynor Interview was not going to happen as him and his people were slightly late, let’s just say I wasn’t too happy. However, the moment he walked in a fitted t-shirt and wearing shades all was forgiven as my female...

Exclusive Kicks Interview: Christopher Jordan Wallace and Director Justin Tipping

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Monday the 22nd of May sees the release of Kicks, an inner-city coming-of-age drama about codes of friendship, masculinity and the fetishization of sneaker culture on digital download. The directorial debut of Justin Tipping (who earned a number of Awards for his short film Nani), the film has already won praise at the Sundance Film Festival this year and at Tribeca...

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