Last night I braved the rain and the wind in Leicester Square to attend the world premiere of Nick Frost’s new film ‘Cuban Fury’ on behalf of Be The Red Carpet. Despite the weather it was a thoroughly enjoyable evening and the cast in attendance were so lovely and friendly! There was even entertainment in the form of dancers showing us their moves on the red carpet. Check out the link below for the first wave of interviews and keep an eye out for the rest!
Robocop had it’s world premiere at the BFI IMAX in London last night. In an effort to keep the stars on their toes, IMAX gave them 20 seconds to comply when asked to pitch one of this year’s most eagerly awaited films.
Joel Kinnaman (Alex Murphy/Robocop) said: “Robocop is a grown-up action movie that takes itself seriously. It’s an action tragedy on a big scale with mind-blowing effects and IMAX is just the way to watch it!”
Abbie Cornish (Clara Murphy) said: “We’re delighted with the movie. It’s a revenge story with real depth… You’re going to see beautiful work on a massive beautiful screen.”
It has been a year since I first started this website! A whole year! That is just insane to me because it doesn’t feel like that amount of time has past but thinking back on it, so much has happened! I gained an amazing ‘partner in crime’ also known as Louise and we’ve gone to Collectormania MK, Manchester Expo, Cardiff Film and Comic Con , Galway Film Fleadh in the summer and we even did a Q&A at ColdCon 2!
We’ve interviewed some amazing people and had a lot of great stuff sent our way so I would just like to say thank you to everyone to has helped and supported us in this last year.
All of this great stuff wouldn’t have happened without the support of some key people who I’m going to gush about right now!
Firstly, my aforementioned ‘partner in crime’ Louise aka the other (some would say better) half of CandidChaos. We might be small but we’re a hell of a lot more than we were a year ago and none of it would be possible without the help, support and friendship of this woman. She helps me out, does amazing interviews, tells me when I’m being an idiot and is just all around awesome. I couldn’t have done any of it without her and I wouldn’t want to!
A special shout out has to go to Áine Quinn, who reviews theatre for us from time and to time and is our go to camera woman!
When I first wanted to start a website, I went to my friend Christa Ktorides who is TV editor for This Is Fake DIY and basically begged her for wisdom and advice. She was so lovely and gave me a review to write (shameless plug: here) for DIYTV which just cemented in my mind that this is something I could do and that I wanted to do! She and another brilliant friend of mine; Talie Delemere of Be The Red Carpet have been such amazing mentors to me with giving me experience with interviews and writing reviews. Go check out their sites because they are amazing, wonderful people who I am so honoured to know.
Another thanks I have to bestow is to Eoin Macken and Tom Hopper who kindly let us host the Q&A at the London screening of their film COLD. I was so honoured that they asked us to do it that I was actually speechless which if you know me is a mean feat! COLD is such a brilliantly evocative and thought provoking film and ColdCon was such a pleasure to be apart of! Definitely one of the highlights of CandidChaos’s first year.
And last but not least I have to thank everyone who reads our posts, watches our interviews & videos, likes us on Facebook and follows us on twitter.
CandidChaos wouldn’t exist without all the support you guys give us.
Hankies and comfort food at the ready! The full official trailer for the film adaptation of John Green’s bestselling novel ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ is here. Starring Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort as Hazel Lancaster and Augustus Waters, the teens who meet and fall in love at a cancer support group. TFIOS is a beloved book with a fiercely loyal fanbase, do we think that the film will do this beautifully heartbreaking book justice?
Since it’s release in October 2013, Gravity has become the film has become the highest-grossing IMAX release of 2013, both domestically and globally. It’s also the 3rd most popular IMAX DMR® film of all time worldwide.
The new poster featuring Sandra Bullock with the tagline ‘Experience it again in IMAX® 3D’ and recognising its domination of the awards season including its 10 Academy Award nominations, 11 BAFTA nominations and Winner of Best Director for Alfonso Cuarón at the Golden Globes and Directors Guild awards.
To meet the continued demand from cinemagoers to see it in the breathtaking format that enhances this masterpiece. GRAVITY: AN IMAX 3D EXPERIENCE will return once again to IMAX screens across the UK from tomorrow, Friday, 31 January 2014.
‘This Ain’t California’ is a critically-acclaimed ‘documentary tale’ about skateboarding culture in East Berlin in the early 1980s. It opens with the story of Denis Paraceck – who died in Afghanistan as a soldier, and past friends meet in the shell of the estate they used to skate in and reminisce about their friendship and the skating scene that they helped build. The film is entirely in German (apart from the title, apparently), but subtitled. Continue reading →
To celebrate the release of the extended edition of ‘The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” on blu ray and DVD at the weekend, here is our last dwarf interview from Cardiff Film and Comic Con in September.
When I bought my ticket, the man at the box office said ‘Now, I have to warn you this play has explicit language and adult themes.’
‘Sounds fun,’ I replied.
He definitely wasn’t joking. ‘Mojo’ is a black comedy with a lot of dark humour, but with many serious and tragic moments mixed in.
Playwright Jez Butterworth burst onto the scene when his third play, ‘Mojo’ debuted in 1995 and won the the George Devine award and the Olivier award for ‘Best New Comedy’ in 1996. He has since written the critically-acclaimed ‘Jerusalem‘ and also the more recently produced ‘The River‘, and on Saturday, ‘Mojo‘ returned to the West End.
Directed by Ian Rickson (who directed it when it first opened, and also was the director of ‘Jerusalem‘), and boasting an all-star cast, ‘Mojo‘ takes place in a seedy Soho nightclub in the 1950s. Silver Johnny, a Justin Bieber predecessor and a blonde-haired, silver-suited seventeen year old, has a promising future. The owner and staff of the nightclub are understandably excited at the prospect of striking it rich, but it all comes crashing down the next morning when Ezra, the owner, is found dead- and there’s no sign of their silver goose.