Watch the cast of the upcoming film Peter Rabbit discuss the importance of Beatrix Potter’s legacy!
Peter Rabbit makes the jump from beloved storybook character to the big screen in this irreverent, contemporary comedy with attitude. Peter's feud with Mr. McGregor (Domhnall Gleason) escalates over both the vegetable treasure in McGregor's forbidden garden and their rivalry for the affections of the warm‐hearted animal lover who lives next door (Rose Byrne).
James Corden voices the character of Peter delivering a delightfully entertaining mix of mischief, ...
Watch the New trailer for Peter Rabbit!
James Corden voices the character of Peter delivering a delightfully entertaining mix of mischief, adventurous spirit, and charm, with Margot Robbie, Elizabeth Debicki, and Daisy Ridley performing the voice roles of the triplets, Flopsy, Mopsy, and Cottontail.
Starring Rose Byrne and Domhnall Gleeson, featuring the voices of James Corden, Daisy Ridley, Elizabeth Debicki and Margot Robbie, Peter Rabbit is in cinemas March 22 2018.
Bad Neighbours 2 Movie Review
The regular cast has returned with Seth Rogen as lovable big bear stoner Mac Radner, Rose Byrne, letting more of her Australian accent colour her performance as his wife and the buffed out Zac Efron as the boy with the Peter Pan complex. Efron is underrated as a comic actor and shows great timing and even sneaks in some real emotion. Joining the cast this time is Kick Ass Chloë Grace Moretz as the couple’s main adversary.
Having the Radner’s opponents this time ...
Spy Movie Review
Feig may have inadvertently stumbled upon McCarthy's limitations, however, as his star is strangely the least funny character for at least the first half of the movie. This is because for the first half of the film McCarthy is playing the ‘nice girl’ and ‘nice’ McCarthy just isn't very funny. Fear not, though, when Rose Byrne's villain enters the picture, McCarthy gets a sparring partner and enters ‘hard arse’ mode and hard arse McCarthy is very funny indeed.
In the comedic ...
Bridesmaids Movie Review
Directed by TV actor/director Paul Feig and produced in part by Judd Apatow, Bridesmaids tries to deliver a raucous ride and succeeds for the most part. The cast is excellent and building a film around Kristen Wiig (who is also one of the film’s writers) is never a bad thing as she is a comic heavyweight, it’s just that it’s not always believable seeing women act as stupid and self-involved as men.
This out of character activity leads to some very funny moments but a lot of the ...