2 new stills from Thor: The Dark World

2 new images have just been released for upcoming Marvel sequel, Thor: The Dark World. The stills show Chris Hemsworth and Natalie Portman on what appears to be Asgard, Thor’s home planet. It’s great to see Natalie Portman reprising her role as Thor’s love interest after a brief hiatus in The Avengers. Thor: The Dark … Continue reading

Film Adaptations – Atonement

Following my reviews of Pride & Prejudice and One Day I think I’ve saved the best for last in my short series of film adaptation reviews, this week I’m looking at Atonement. The bestselling novel by Ian McEwan begins in the summer of 1935. The first half of the book follows the lives of three characters … Continue reading

Ant Man test footage leaked

Early test footage of upcoming Marvel film Ant Man has been unofficially leaked. The clip, likely to be part of an upcoming teaser trailer, was leaked via Youtube user robbertannen last month. It’s been circulating the web ever since, with many media outlets reporting on the leak today. Marvel’s Ant Man has recently entered pre-production and is expected to release in … Continue reading

Man of Steel Trailer #3 launches

After General Zod warning us of impending doom yesterday, it was nice to see that we got a cool new trailer instead. The 3rd trailer is the longest of the bunch and shows off a lot of key aspects and features of what we can expect when the movie comes to UK cinemas on 14th … Continue reading

Man of Steel – General Zod’s message to Earth

Man of Steel’s arch nemesis, General Zod has today given humanity 24 hours to turn in Superman. It’s unknown as to what the General will do if we don’t succumb to his demands. Expect more information tomorrow.

The perfect film night…

Everyone has their own idea of an ideal film night. Elselien van Dieren tells about hers. When I’m with a group of friends I don’t watch many films with my friends, because there is always somebody who can’t shut up. So when I do watch a film with a group of people it has to … Continue reading

European Tuesday – Zwartboek

Turn on your subtitles for European Tuesday  More than half of the British voters would choose to leave the EU, if given the chance to take a part in a referendum. What we also know is that the British are too lazy to learn any other language. But Film Forté wants you to leave these … Continue reading

Film Adaptations – One Day

In the second of my film adaptation reviews, I’m looking at David Nicholls romantic novel One Day. Find my first review of Pride & Prejudice here. The novel was published in 2009, just two years before the adaptation was released. The book was received well and was awarded Popular Fiction Book of the Year at the Galaxy National Book Awards. One Day was … Continue reading

Framework

Sometimes films are so beautiful that you wish you could put them in a frame. Well, I did. I’m a huge film fan, but as a photographer I sometimes wish that I could freeze the moment. What’s left is a picture with a whole story to make up yourself. That’s why I show you my … Continue reading

5 Novels that could inspire the next Batman adventure

Christopher Nolan has not only revolutionised Batman but comic book filming. How many films have brought us worthy sequels and then followed with good second sequels? Answer: not many. But, we all know this, numerous publications and blogs have all gone out of their way to praise Nolan’s efforts. The real question is: who will … Continue reading