Wednesday, 24 April 2013

All Stars - World Premiere Interviews

At the World Premiere of All Stars Premiere Scene’s Claire Bueno and Mike Jonas interview the film’s all star cast Theo Stevenson, Akai Osei-Mansfield, Kimberley Walsh, Ashley Jensen, Ashley Walters, Kevin Bishop, Dominic Herman-Day, Gamal Toseafa, Hanae Atkins, Kieran Lai, Amelia Clarkson and Siena Stapleton-Brister and director Ben Gregor about a great story, Streetdance, acting and 3D!


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Tuesday, 23 April 2013

I’m so Excited (Los amantes pasajeros) Gala Screening - Pedro Almodóvar Interview

At the Gala Screening I’m so Excited (Los amantes pasajeros) Premiere Scene’s Claire Bueno and Anthony Bueno interview el maestro Pedro Almodóvar about his latest film, a comedy that is set to fly high! Find out the reasons why the Spanish director enjoyed writing the screenplay and what he feels about making his first film in HD.

I'M SO EXCITED arrives in cinemas May 3rd

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Sunday, 21 April 2013

Iron Man 3 - Press Conference - Shane Black, Robert Downey Jr. sir Ben Kingsley, Gwyneth Paltrow, Don Cheadle, Rebecca Hall & Drew Pearce

Premiere Scene attend the UK Press Conference for the highly anticipated Marvel movie Iron Man 3. Join us as director Shane Black, actors Rebecca Hall, Robert Downey Jr., sir Ben Kingsley, Gwyneth Paltrow, Don Cheadle and screenwriter Drew Pearce reveal how the story follows on from The Avengers.

Iron Man 3 - Press Conference Part 1

Iron Man 3 - Press Conference Part 2 

Iron Man 3 - Press Conference Part 3 

Thursday, 18 April 2013

Evil Dead 2013 Review

Words by Mike Jonas

Likely to have been one of the longest talked about and most anticipated remakes for as long as I can remember, Evil Dead finally makes its arrival to the screen this week and so far with an impressive following of pleasing results.

Having already won its American audience over with its fresh approach to what made the original back in 1981 a cult classic, it’s clear the decision to do this was the correct way forward. Although for some, the idea of Sam Raimi not directing this again was a crime against cinema, Fede Alvarez has shown he is more than worthy of such a task and has clearly stamped his name all over this. Raimi now taking on the role as Producer alongside E.D’s original lead Bruce Campbell (Groovy Baby) have ensured all the old school style of horror has been retained and welcomed new scares to make the story even more desired than before.

Given the fact that the lucky few casted for the all important cabin trapped roles are mostly fresh faces leaving me with the task of actually having to look them up at the end, I believe this was a wise move to avoid it being overshadowed with some big name attached. That in itself has proven its success will be purely based on the strength of the story and can be judged accordingly to create its own merits opposed to depending on the original.

As you might expect close attention has be paid to the design/concept of the dreaded “book of the dead”, not that the original wasn’t terrifying enough but like most things a newer updated look has been applied. I generally felt for the scenes where the book was only mentioned instead of actually been shown, this only made me crave the need to see it even more just to satisfy my curiosity of what else has been thrown in.

Like the book, the cabin also playing a major part has essentially become more of a character this time round breathing more life than before into each of the horrific events to occur. I’m not going to lie the level of gore is heavily portrayed from start to finish making it at times difficult for me to watch and needing a split second to look away just to remind myself it’s only a film. Saying that by the time it was over I had thoroughly enjoyed what the film had set out to do.

The way in which some of the key elements have been introduced were simply gob smacking and to an intelligent well thought out level. As with any horror, the group of soon to be victims can usually become too bland at times and fails to deliver any sort of outstanding performance, however I honestly believe this has been considered early on to avoid such things from occurring.

Another clever aspect in terms of the characters themselves is that if you took the first letter of each of their names (five in total) it actually does spell out a word which does identify them as being the perfect group. Not wanting to spoil this I shall leave it up to you, the viewer to have some fun.

Again not wanting to spoil anything I do suggest hanging around after the credits have finished rolling, there is something worth waiting about for which in my option is the icing on the cake. If for any reason it doesn’t leave you excited then please hang your head in shame as you leave.

Evil Dead unleashes it’s depths of hell in cinemas across the UK from Friday the 19th April 2013.

Thursday, 4 April 2013

Populaire - UK Premiere Interviews - Régis Roinsard, Romain Duris & Déborah François

Premiere Scene’s Claire Bueno and Anthony Bueno Rendez Vous with French Cinema as we attend the UK Premiere of romantic comedy Populaire. Join us as we interview director / writer Régis Roinsard and lead actors Romain Duris (Louis Échard) and Déborah François (Rose Pamphyle) about this enchanting My Fair Ladyesque film set in the very competitive world of typewriting championships in 1950’s.


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Wednesday, 3 April 2013

Olympus Has Fallen - Gerard Butler & Aaron Eckhart European Premiere Interviews

The King of Sparta Gerard Butler (300) descends from Olympus to the BFI Imax for the European Premiere of Olympus Has Fallen. Premiere Scene’s Sara Hartill and Anthony Bueno had the absolute pleasure of interviewing merry Gerry as he speaks with passion and enthusiasm for a film that he not only starred in but also produced. Aaron Eckhart (Dark Knight) charmed Ms Hartill as he reveals what he wanted to bring to the role of the President of the United States in this drama set around the White House.


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