It’s Back to BOURNE with Jeremy Renner; Meryl Streep gets it on with Tommy Lee Jones in HOPE SPRINGS; Hirokazu Koreeda’s I WISH is a little gem and we talk to the directors of the New Zealand documentary HOW FAR IS HEAVEN.
US politics in THE CAMPAIGN, modern love in TAKE THIS WALTZ, the dark side of the moon in IRON SKY and a British country house in CHEERFUL WEATHER FOR THE WEDDING. Also Academy Cinemas owner John Davies on the demise of the Vic in Devonport.
ABRAHAM LINCOLN: VAMPIRE HUNTER and STEP UP 4 — the big 3D releases of the week with Miriam Ross; Jean Reno is THE CHEF and Kailey and Dan interview David Bruckner, co-director of one of the hottest horror films of the year — V/H/S
We celebrate a New Zealand world premiere by interviewing Juliet Bergh, director of the post-apocalyptic western EXISTENCE; pick our faves from Week One of the NZFF and Bertrand Tavernier goes back to the 16th century for THE PRINCESS OF MONTPENSIER.
Channing Tatum gets his kit off in Magic Mike; Robert Pattinson goes back to 19th century Paris in Bel Ami; Olympia Dukakis and Brenda Fricker go to Canada to get married in Cloudburst and William Hurt and Isabella Rossellini try and restoke the fires of passion in Late Bloomers.
We peek under the hood of THE DARK KNIGHT RISES, talk to our special San Diego Comic-Con correspondent and extract fifteen juicy minutes from our exclusive interview with the Incredibly Strange Ant Timpson.