Max Irons and The Riot Club inflame Toronto

After the romantic One Day, Lone Scherfig arrives at the Toronto International Film Festival ready to impress the audience with the appetizing The Riot Club (watch the trailer). Based on Laura Wade play Posh, the movie tells the story of the young Oxford members of an elite student dining society. As the movie’s poster says…

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Noah: this is the end of everything!

The la-di-da movie Noah (here the live from the Uk première) by Darren Aronofsky, while leaving the religious controversies outside of judgment, it’s not fully convincing. Despite all the words spent in the last few months about a different story from the biblical one, in reality there is nothing strikingly new in the Aronofsky’s movie. The director, before…

Noah Première: when art sells itself out just to sell

As always after a première, we would like to tell you, directly through its protagonists voice, the last leg of  Noah Tour (here the review) that, starting from Mexico, it ended its journey in the London Leicester Square. Unfortunately, in this case, it will not be so, except for Logan Lerman who spent few words…

Posh: people like us don’t make mistakes, do we?

Will it be the star-studded cast that includes the four new young British pearls of the moment: Max Irons (here our portrait), Sam Claflin (here his next amazing project), Freddie Fox and Douglas Booth. Or will it be that the story told by Laura Wade and brought to the big screen by Lone Scherfig (An…

Emma Watson poisoned on set

Emma Watson ill on Aronofsky’s set or… Emma Watson, who was named yesterday Actress of Year by Elle Magazine, told on the March issue of Wonderland magazine a terrible experience that happened to her on the set of the expected colossal Noah (here the trailer). And this time it is not being in the midst of…

OMG they did it, again!

The 24 Hour Plays Celebrity Gala turns 10 and celebrates with the new talent Douglas Booth, Jake Whitehall and Robert Sheehan It’s nearly 8 o’clock on Sunday evening. At the Old Vic Theatre have already been uncorked dozens of bottles of Champagne Taittinger, have already been taken hundreds of photos and, more importantly, is already started fundraising…