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Anime and manga fans descend on Leicester for Alcon 2010.
Comic to film translations are nothing new, but director Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz) might have finally created the first one that still feels like a comic on the screen.
The Breakout Comedy Of The Summer
Shreks back, but for The Final Chapter.
A Love Story. More or Less
Born of Hope, an unofficial movie prequel to Lord of the Rings prequel, is making waves among fans of the series. Abz talks to Director and Producer Kate Madison about the making of her low budget masterpiece.
With no power comes no responsibility?
The clash that doesn't clash enough with the original...
You're late for a very important date...
Life is hard. Life is short. Life is painful. Life is rich. Life is....Precious.
The ten films that have made the last decade a golden age for cinema...
Sam Rockwell gives an amazing performance in this masterpiece of hard sci-fi.
Review of the smash hit film The Wrestler
At first I didn’t know what to expect from an updated Sherlock Holmes adventure, especially one directed by Guy Ritchie. I have to admit I expected a standard action flick, how wrong could I be.
A preview of the most anticipated films of 2010. With titles such as Alice in Wonderland and Toy Story 3.
Let’s face it, when it comes to film making, you don’t get much better than a James Cameron number, with films like The Abyss, Aliens, The Terminator and of course the Titanic you just know Avatar is going to be good right?
A top TV star is in Leicester from this month for an upcoming performance at the cities Curve Theatre. And during a break in rehearsals he spoke to the Jitty about the play, Leicester and gave us his tips on breaking the sought-after industry that is acting.
Jim Carrey fearlessly dons the sensor pads in this animated Christmas classic.
Can you put a price on your dreams?
What happens when you team Juno writer Diablo Cody and Hollywood hottie Megan Fox?
UP is the tenth animated CGI film sent out by Disney Pixar but does it live up to the very high expectations?
FORMER CASUALTY star Catherine Shipton spoke to The Jitty this week about her latest theatre role and gave advice for wannabe actors.
Alex and his latest role in a production of the Little Shop of Horrors coming soon to Leicester’s Curve Theatre.
Is it one age too far and more yawn then dawn?
Once again I must ask too much of you, Harry