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First trailer for Les Misérables: watch now
Les Misérables has released a first official trailer online, featuring Anne Hathaway’s Fantine singing arguably the musical’s most famous song, I Dreamed A Dream…

First trailer for Les Misérables: watch now

Les Misérables has released a first official trailer online, featuring Anne Hathaway’s Fantine singing arguably the musical’s most famous song, I Dreamed A Dream…

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40 Worst Movie Posters Ever
34. Rhinestone (1984)Why So Bad? Sly’s got his guns out, but Dolly has the power of peroxide on her side.Worst Detail: These two have clearly never met before in their lives, making this an ancient example of bad Photoshopping – before anybody had ever heard of Photoshop.[TO SEE 39 MORE ATROCIOUS MOVIE POSTERS, CLICK ON SLY AND DOLLY’S ARMWRESTLING, OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

40 Worst Movie Posters Ever

34. Rhinestone (1984)

Why So Bad? Sly’s got his guns out, but Dolly has the power of peroxide on her side.

Worst Detail: These two have clearly never met before in their lives, making this an ancient example of bad Photoshopping – before anybody had ever heard of Photoshop.

[TO SEE 39 MORE ATROCIOUS MOVIE POSTERS, CLICK ON SLY AND DOLLY’S ARMWRESTLING, OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

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Geoffrey Rush will voice a Green Lantern character
King’s Speech actor Geoffrey Rush has signed on to voice a character in comic adap Green Lantern.The Oscar-winner will lend his vocals to an entirely CG character called Tomar-Re, who acts as a teacher for the new Green Lantern recruits.You’ve got to feel sorry for Ryan Reynolds – not only did he not have a physical super-suit to wear, now he discovers that a ball on a stick that he’s been acting against for months will actually be voiced by the inimitable Rush.

Geoffrey Rush will voice a Green Lantern character

King’s Speech actor Geoffrey Rush has signed on to voice a character in comic adap Green Lantern.

The Oscar-winner will lend his vocals to an entirely CG character called Tomar-Re, who acts as a teacher for the new Green Lantern recruits.

You’ve got to feel sorry for Ryan Reynolds – not only did he not have a physical super-suit to wear, now he discovers that a ball on a stick that he’s been acting against for months will actually be voiced by the inimitable Rush.

Best Picture goes to The King’s Speech

Best Picture goes to The King’s Speech

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Best Director goes to Tom Hooper for The King’s Speech

Best Director goes to Tom Hooper for The King’s Speech

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The King’s Speech reigns at the BAFTAs
The King’s Speech emerged victorious at yesterday’s BAFTA awards ceremony, earning itself seven big wins – including Best Film and Outstanding British Film.

 Star Colin Firth won the Best Actor award, while Geoffrey Rush and Helena Bonham Carter both bagged a Best Support trophy each.

 Toy Story 3 surprised absolutely nobody by winning the Best Animation award, while The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo – ignored at this year’s Oscar noms – won Best Film Not In The English Language.
Inception also took home a clutch of technical awards, while Alice In Wonderland won for its costumes and make-up.

Other contenders to King’s crown came in the form of Natalie Portman – who took home the Best Actress statuette for Black Swan – and David Fincher, who nabbed Best Director for Social Network.
TF favourite Tom Hardy also emerged victorious with the Orange Rising Star Award, beating other TF favourite Andrew Garfield, Aaron Johnson, Gemma Arterton and Emma Stone to the trophy.

 As a sign of how things could play out at this year’s Oscars, these are exciting – if not exactly surprising – results.

 Check out the full list of winners here…

The King’s Speech reigns at the BAFTAs

The King’s Speech emerged victorious at yesterday’s BAFTA awards ceremony, earning itself seven big wins – including Best Film and Outstanding British Film.

 Star Colin Firth won the Best Actor award, while Geoffrey Rush and Helena Bonham Carter both bagged a Best Support trophy each.

 Toy Story 3 surprised absolutely nobody by winning the Best Animation award, while The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo – ignored at this year’s Oscar noms – won Best Film Not In The English Language.

Inception also took home a clutch of technical awards, while Alice In Wonderland won for its costumes and make-up.

Other contenders to King’s crown came in the form of Natalie Portman – who took home the Best Actress statuette for Black Swan – and David Fincher, who nabbed Best Director for Social Network.

TF favourite Tom Hardy also emerged victorious with the Orange Rising Star Award, beating other TF favourite Andrew Garfield, Aaron Johnson, Gemma Arterton and Emma Stone to the trophy.

 As a sign of how things could play out at this year’s Oscars, these are exciting – if not exactly surprising – results.

 Check out the full list of winners here