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Outdoor Cinema 2017

Outdoor Cinema 2017

A growing trend of the summer events calendar has been outdoor film screenings. More and more companies are offering pop up cinemas in increasingly interesting surroundings.  Venues often screen cult classics and musicals such as Grease, E.T. and Breakfast at Tiffany's, so there's something for everyone. Although many venues offer current releases. Screenings are taking place up and down the country at stately homes, parks, rooftops and even at the canal side.    It was actually a screening of a British film 'Wives Beware', that saw the birth of the drive in over in the US in 1933. the idea of watching...

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Dunkirk

Dunkirk

We understand the challenge faced by poster creators when it comes to movies in the WWII genre. How to convey the tension, action and drama in one image, not an easy task. This poster for Dunkirk certainly fits the bill in our opinion. It has Fionn Whitehead's character Tommy on that beach among fallen comrades, intensly searching the horizon for rescue. The close cropped image of his young face, with a glimpse in the background of the attack he is under. Although an image, you can imagine the sounds and action that await you when you step into the cinema to see...

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Live action remakes

Live action remakes

The wait was finally over for us Disney devotees to see how the remake of Beauty and the Beast would look up on screen. For an unbiased review see other sources, we of course, loved it. It certainly feels that we are amid a live action wave of reboots from the Disney animation repertoire. (By the way, we've got to come up with a better word than 'reboot'!)  Some are out and out remakes, while others are prequels, sequels and spin-offs. We can draw parallels to that time of change at the helm of The Walt Disney Company in the 1980s....

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Kong back on top

Kong back on top

Kong is back on top of the UK box office with Kong: Skull Island having a great opening week at cinemas across the country.  On it's opening weekend it banked $61m in the US which will be good news to Warner Bros and Legendary Pictures. According to Variety, the studios have high aspirations for Kong as part of a planned monster movie franchise. It's predecessor being Gareth Edwards' Godzilla, with the prospect of the two iconic monsters meeting at some point in the future. Kong is of course legendary in the poster world, always breaking records. In 2012, this three sheet...

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