Friday, 23 August 2013

Peaky Blinders - UK Premiere interviews include Cillian Murphy, Helen McCrory, Charlie Creed-Miles, Annabelle Wallis, Sophie Rundle Otto Bathurst & Steven Knight.




Premiere Scene’s Claire Bueno was excited to interview story creator Steven Knight and actor Cillian Murphy as they attend the press junket for BBC2’s new gritty, gangster drama Peaky Blinders. Join us as we ask Steven Knight and Cillian Murphy their processes of building a back story of men damaged by their World War 1 experiences and re-adjusting to lives back home in Birmingham and the comparisons made to Boardwalk Empire.


Anticipation continued to rise as the new cutting edge BBC2 crime drama Peaky Blinders received a UK Premiere and Premiere Scene’s Claire Bueno and Anthony Bueno were ready with some razor sharp questions to interview story creator Steven Knight, director Otto Bathurst and actors Cillian Murphy, Helen McCrory, Charlie Creed-Miles, Annabelle Wallis and Sophie Rundle. Join us as we ask Cillian Murphy about his unique experience which formed part of his research; Helen McCrory, Annabelle Wallis and Sophie Rundle about the enviable strong parts written for females; Charlie Creed-Miles about visiting as yet unexplored events in Birmingham’s history; Otto Bathurst about directing this epic refreshing take on a gangster story and Steven Knight about the meaning behind a Peaky Blinder!




Comming to BBC Two Autumn 2013

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Tuesday, 20 August 2013

Any Day Now - Gala Premiere interviews with Alan Cumming, Travis Fine & Maxine Makover

Premiere Scene’s Andy Oliver and Anthony Bueno attend the Gala Premiere of Any Day Now  and director Travis Fine, actor Alan Cumming, and executive producer Maxine Makover were in London to share more about this poignant movie that deals with human rights and devotion at every level. Join us as we ask Alan Cumming about how the songs he sings accentuate narrative, Travis Fine about how his experience as an actor helped him as a director and Maxine Makover what made the ending of the film so fitting.


ANY DAY NOW opens in cinemas on 6th September, 2013


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Wednesday, 14 August 2013

We’re The Millers - UK Premiere interviews Jennifer Aniston, Will Poulter & Rawson Marshall Thurber

The US’s most dysfunctional family The Millers took a slight detour as they arrived in Leicester Square, London and Premiere Scene’s Claire Bueno and Anthony Bueno were only to happy to extend a bit of British hospitality to interview film stars Jennifer Aniston, Will Poulter and director Rawson Marshall Thurber at the UK Premiere of We’re The Millers. Join us as we asked Rawson Marshall Thurber about working with such a strong cast, Britain’s own Will Poulter about showing his hidden talent; rapping and leading lady Jennifer Aniston about improvisation.


WE'RE THE MILLERS arrives in UK Cinemas 23rd AUGUST 2013

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Monday, 12 August 2013

Lovelace - Premiere interviews with Amanda Seyfried & Peter Sarsgaard

At the Premiere of Lovelace Premiere Scene’s Claire Bueno and Anthony Bueno interview Amanda Seyfried and Peter Sarsgaard as we delve deeper into the story behind the portrayal of the first porn star Linda Lovelace. We ask Amanda Seyfried about what it was like to go visit the 1970’s where we were more inhibited sexually with a different attitude to pornography and Peter Sarsgaard how liberating it was for him as an actor to play a real person who was not a public figure.


LOVELACE is released in UK cinemas 23rd August 2013

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Thursday, 8 August 2013

Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters Review


 

Words by Jason Michaels

Following the overwhelming success of the 2010 "Percy Jackson & the Lightning Thief" the time had come to send Percy on a another fun filled action packed mystical adventure entitled the "Sea of Monsters"

Based on the novel of the same name by author Rick Riordan, Sea of Monsters follows Percy (Logan Lerman) and friends Annabeth (Texas Chainsaw's Alexandra Daddario) and Grover (Beverly Hills Cop  Brandon T Jackson) once again as they embark on the journey to retrieve the powerful item known as the Golden Fleece. While the Fleece is needed to restore the protective boarder surrounding Percy's home it's also the target needed to rise remains of an ancient spirit. 
     
Whilst this is the first time I had ever been exposed to either of the Percy Jackson films and not really being familiar with any of the books, I feel it's easily going to please anyone that enjoyed the first and deliver more promising results. Filled with many wonderful elements created through the means of CGI and good old fashioned special effects it brings to life some amazing moments and mythical creatures that are always fun to watch.

Not wanting to single out a particular scene from what was an overall pleasant experience, listen out when someone mentions whether those are sharks and see what follows, it's a spectacular piece that will make you wish they were.

Appreciating that the target audience this is intended for is children, it won't leave adults feeling too bored, in fact there was just as many grownups (including myself) as there were kids cheering at the end. Obviously even though this had been rated PG and the moments that involve a creature have been kept as child friendly as possible there are still times when it may visually frighten the young viewers and feel caution is needed.  
Now that the Harry Potter series has sadly come to an end, where it left a hole in the hearts of millions hopefully it's a ache which can slowly be fixed with help from the Percy.

Other supporting cast includes appearances from Buffy's Anthony Head, Hunger Games Stanley Tucci and finally Firefly/Castle's Nathan Fillion

Sailing its way into Cinemas across the UK now     

Monday, 5 August 2013

Time Bandits - Terry Gilliam Interview

Premiere Scene’s Claire Bueno and Jason Michaels swapped their map for a microphone as we were given a unique opportunity to travel back in time with Terry Gilliam as we interview him about the latest 2K restoration of the beloved classic movie Time Bandits. Find out from the maestro Terry Gilliam as we ask him if there were any concerns revisiting a film whose effects were made pre the digital age.


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