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 Jack The Giant Slayer Cast Interviews
We caught up with director Bryan Singer and his cast (Nicholas Hoult, Eleanor Tomlinson, Ewan McGregor and Stanley Tucci) to unravel the process of bringing such a well-loved story to the screen…

Jack The Giant Slayer Cast Interviews

We caught up with director Bryan Singer and his cast (Nicholas Hoult, Eleanor Tomlinson, Ewan McGregor and Stanley Tucci) to unravel the process of bringing such a well-loved story to the screen…

 Exclusive Video: Joss Whedon, Ewan McGregor and more talk Star Wars Episode VII
Star Wars Episode VII is pretty much all we think about at totalfilm.com.  So, for the past few months, we’ve been asking every movie star we’ve met what they think of the franchise, and whether they’d like to be in the new film…

Exclusive Video: Joss Whedon, Ewan McGregor and more talk Star Wars Episode VII

Star Wars Episode VII is pretty much all we think about at totalfilm.com.

So, for the past few months, we’ve been asking every movie star we’ve met what they think of the franchise, and whether they’d like to be in the new film…

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 Total Film Magazine - Issue 203 - out now in shops and on iPad!

Total Film Magazine - Issue 203 - out now in shops and on iPad!

 New trailer for Warm Bodies: watch now
Warm Bodies has released a new trailer, in which Nicholas’ Hoult’s zombie, R, finds himself reconnecting with his human side when he falls in love with the lovely Julie (Teresa Palmer)…

New trailer for Warm Bodies: watch now

Warm Bodies has released a new trailer, in which Nicholas’ Hoult’s zombie, R, finds himself reconnecting with his human side when he falls in love with the lovely Julie (Teresa Palmer)…

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 New trailer for Jack The Giant Slayer: watch now
Jack The Giant Slayer recently underwent a name change (“Giant Killer” sounds too stabby, apparently), and now there’s a new trailer to match, as Nicholas Hoult goes up against the titular monsters…

New trailer for Jack The Giant Slayer: watch now

Jack The Giant Slayer recently underwent a name change (“Giant Killer” sounds too stabby, apparently), and now there’s a new trailer to match, as Nicholas Hoult goes up against the titular monsters…

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First trailer lands for Jack The Giant Killer
Bryan Singer’s fairytale saga Jack The Giant Killer is looking suitably epic, with Warner Brothers releasing a first trailer and poster for this ultimate underdog story…

First trailer lands for Jack The Giant Killer

Bryan Singer’s fairytale saga Jack The Giant Killer is looking suitably epic, with Warner Brothers releasing a first trailer and poster for this ultimate underdog story…

X-Men: First Class Review
Kevin Bacon as a mutant Nazi! Rose Byrne in her pants! Nicolas Hoult done up like Sully from Monsters, Inc! And these aren’t even the best things about Matthew Vaughn’s vibrant, sprawling, ensemble origin story (well, maybe the Bacon bits…). 
A franchise reboot reminiscent of JJ Abrams’ 2009 Star Trek overhaul, this is the fifth film in the X-Men canon and even if it can’t quite match Bryan Singer’s X2 (among the finest of its kind) First Class is still fast, fresh and fun. 
It’s intelligent and emotionally resonant, explosive and eye-dazzling. Factor in a zeitgeisty, hot-list cast and First Class is likely to be one of the summer’s best biggies. It sure as hell razes Brett Ratner’s disappointing X-Men: The Last Stand (which Vaughn was slated for a one point) and Gavin Hood’s time-waster Wolverine.
Poland, 1944: a young Erik Lehnsherr is separated from his parents in a concentration camp; meanwhile, in an affluent but isolated stately home in New York a young Charles Xavier happens upon a strange blue little girl who’s able to disguise herself as other people. 
Eighteen years later, Erik (Michael Fassbender) and Charles (James McAvoy) have matured into powerful, charismatic men with opposing agendas. 
Their paths cross in the pursuit of former Nazi Sebastian Shaw (Kevin Bacon), a ruthless mutant supremacist plotting to use the Cuban Missile crisis to provoke a war among humans. 

X-Men: First Class Review

Kevin Bacon as a mutant Nazi! Rose Byrne in her pants! Nicolas Hoult done up like Sully from Monsters, Inc! And these aren’t even the best things about Matthew Vaughn’s vibrant, sprawling, ensemble origin story (well, maybe the Bacon bits…). 

A franchise reboot reminiscent of JJ Abrams’ 2009 Star Trek overhaul, this is the fifth film in the X-Men canon and even if it can’t quite match Bryan Singer’s X2 (among the finest of its kind) First Class is still fast, fresh and fun. 

It’s intelligent and emotionally resonant, explosive and eye-dazzling. Factor in a zeitgeisty, hot-list cast and First Class is likely to be one of the summer’s best biggies. It sure as hell razes Brett Ratner’s disappointing X-Men: The Last Stand (which Vaughn was slated for a one point) and Gavin Hood’s time-waster Wolverine.

Poland, 1944: a young Erik Lehnsherr is separated from his parents in a concentration camp; meanwhile, in an affluent but isolated stately home in New York a young Charles Xavier happens upon a strange blue little girl who’s able to disguise herself as other people. 

Eighteen years later, Erik (Michael Fassbender) and Charles (James McAvoy) have matured into powerful, charismatic men with opposing agendas. 

Their paths cross in the pursuit of former Nazi Sebastian Shaw (Kevin Bacon), a ruthless mutant supremacist plotting to use the Cuban Missile crisis to provoke a war among humans. 

Total Film Issue 180 Subscribers Cover - Issue 180 on sale Thursday 14 April…

Total Film Issue 180 Subscribers Cover - Issue 180 on sale Thursday 14 April…

X-Men First Class trailer arrives

The first trailer for Matthew Vaughn’s X-Men: First Class has hit the web, and it’s whipped us into a frenzied excitement. Considering the movie is expected to hit cinemas this summer, there hadn’t even been much in the way of images until recently, so it’s exciting to finally get a glimpse of the 60s-set movie.

First Class focuses on the early days of the mutant superheroes, before Charles Xavier (James McAvoy) and Erik ‘Magneto’ Lehnsherr (Michael Fassbender) became bitter enemies. The trailer reveals some more plot details, including the fact that the film will take place during the events of the Cuban Missile Crisis - during which the US and Russia nearly started World War III - and that the plot will follow best friends Xavier and Lensherr as their relationship deteriorates.

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10 Outsourced American Superheroes
6) Beast
The Actor: Nicholas Hoult
Nationality: English
 If The Character Was English: He wouldn’t be called Hank McCoy for a start, given that it’s possibly the most American name ever coined. Percival Fothergill would have a more appropriate ring to it. Yeah, that’s good actually…a Penny Farthing-riding superhero named Percival Fothergill. Don’t go stealing it now Marvel.

10 Outsourced American Superheroes

6) Beast

The Actor: Nicholas Hoult

Nationality: English

If The Character Was English: He wouldn’t be called Hank McCoy for a start, given that it’s possibly the most American name ever coined. Percival Fothergill would have a more appropriate ring to it. Yeah, that’s good actually…a Penny Farthing-riding superhero named Percival Fothergill. Don’t go stealing it now Marvel.