With the 2015 BAFTAs coming up, Callum Petch guides you through the likely winners and losers of all of the major categories.
These were the best, around. Nothing’s ever gonna bring them down.
In the final Screen 1 of 2014, the pair look at the close to Peter Jackson’s Hobbit trilogy, Callum shares some surprising thoughts on Tinker Bell & The Legend Of The Neverbeast, and the pair offer up one half of each of their respective lists because they are a goddamn shambles. Like what you hear?… Read More Screen 1 (15/12/2014)
The people were rather unmoved by Exodus: Gods And Kings, Top Five thankfully makes the top five, Inherent Vice has the worst opening of anything ever, Wild runs wild on you, brother, and Other Box Office News.
Self-fulfilling prophecy comes true as nothing really makes money or switches places since nothing came out, and Other Box Office News.
Mockingjay insults the rest of the chart, Penguins Of Madagascar smile and wave goodbye to a lot of money, nobody particularly like Horrible Bosses now, and Other Box Office News.
Mockingjay fails to catch Fire – a headline that literally every other writer has already used in a week where literally nothing else happened, and Other Box Office News.
Callum Petch takes a look at the film scores of Interstellar and Nightcrawler and looks at the effect they have on their respective films.
Dumb and Dumber audiences turn up in droves for Dumb And Dumber To, Beyond The Lights exists an imaginary pile of cash, Christmas is doomed, and Other Box Office News.
Interstellar’s opening isn’t so stellar, Big Hero $56 million, The Theory Of Everything lacks an easy pun for this headline, and Other Box Office News.