Director Todd Phillips isn't interested in releasing "Joker" deleted scenes, so we'll never know what went down in the bathtub.
A deleted Joker scene would have clarified a key character’s fate, according to director Todd Phillips.In the DC Comics film, Arthur Fleck (portrayed by Joaquin Phoenix) is seen several times interacting with his neighbour Sophie Dumond (Zazie Beetz).
Research by the British Film Institute (BFI) found that Mitchell & Kenyon film 'Kidnapping By Indians' was filmed in Blackburn, Lancashire, and pre-dates the Great Train Robbery - making it the first-ever Western.
Ben Mendelsohn and David Michôd reveal all about the terrible filming conditions, and even worse haircuts that went into their new Medieval-set drama, starring Timothée Chalamet.
The filmmaker discusses the racist scenes and imagery her cast and crew struggled with as well as Bruce Springsteen's reaction to the movie.
With 'Bond 25' months away, Secret Cinema has opened its new 'Casino Royale' experience to fill the James Bond-shaped void in your life.
Welsh actor Taron Egerton has spoken out about the potential backlash he might face as a straight actor playing a gay icon in Elton John biopic 'Rocketman'.
Taron Egerton, star of Rocketman, surprised his fans with a birthday message for Elton John that left little to the imagination.
In pole position for this year’s prize is ‘La La Land’, a film arriving as much-needed respite following the many shocks, horrors and uncertainties of 2016. ‘La La Land’ is a mug of hot chocolate after getting caught in a sleet storm. It’s a sincere homage to a bygone Hollywood era, and so there are certainly similarities to be drawn with another Oscar-winner – ‘The Artist’, but none favour the 2012 Best Picture winner. What undoes Michel Hazanavicius’ well-meaning ode to silent movies is its knowing winks, and a single line of illusion-cracking dialogue. ‘La La Land’ by contrast is a wholehearted and true resurrection of a long-forgotten form which pays tribute in all the right ways, but is contemporary also, making the genre work for modern audiences but never trampling its legacy.
The return of a heavy-breathing dark lord, first contact like we’ve never seen it before, a humanitarian scrapping with a CGI bear, a 20-storey Paul Rudd – it’s safe to say that in 2016, we’ve seen it all.