Director GORE VERBINSKI tells F*** about Johnny Depp, Armie Hammer, and putting the actors through cowboy boot camp in his whole new take on the epic adventure, THE LONE RANGER.


Academy Awardwinning director Gore Verbinski (“Rango, “Pirates of the Caribbean) reteams with both producer Jerry Bruckheimer and actor Johnny Depp to helm the triumvirate`s newest adventure. The idea to make “The Lone Ranger germinated several years ago but Verbinski didn`t get excited about it until he saw Johnny Depp`s take on Tonto. “Johnny showed me a picture of himself dressed up as Tonto with a bird on his head that he had taken at some point, recalls Verbinski. “He asked me if I wanted to come back and work on this project. It was a really great image, so I began to think about doing it for real.

From the minds of the deranged geniuses who decided that Jane Austen and zombies would be a good mix comes Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, a film that re-imagines the 16th president of America as a guy who not only has the emancipation of slaves on his resume, but also moonlighted as a killer of bloodsuckers.

Check out our exclusive video chat with film director Timur Bekmambetov, leading man Benjamin Walker, arch villain Rufus Sewell and writer/producer Seth Grahame-Smithe- scribe of the original novel- to talk character origins, Tim Burton's influence on the work, and the process of shooting the film.
Producer-star Andy Lau is hoping to end 2013 with a bang with his action-thriller Firestorm. Lau, who was in Singapore with co-star Gordon Lam Ka Tung, happily proclaimed “we blew up Central! The major Hong Kong thoroughfare of Pedder Street definitely feels the heat, serving as the location for the climactic final showdown in the film that was chosen to open ScreenSingapore. Firestorm received its world premiere at Resorts World Sentosa last night, and F*** was at the press conference at Marina Bay Sands that afternoon.
The dead are alive in Ghost The Musical, based on the 1990 film starring Patrick Swayze, Demi Moore and Whoopi Goldberg. The romantic fantasy that swept audiences off their feet with a tale of love transcending death has taken a new form as a stage musical. We were at the Sands Theatre in Marina Bay Sands, Singapore on Wednesday morning to catch a press preview of the production ahead of its opening night in Singapore.
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Real Steel – Hugh Jackman

Man of Steel
There's something about Hugh Jackman and metal, adamantium claws and all. It's metal robots for him next, in his latest movie, Real Steel, and we met up with him in LA to find out more

By Royston Loh

Hugh Jackman burst onto the big screen in 2000 as Wolverine in X-Men and his star hasn't stopped shining since. His other non-X-Men movie hits include Van Helsing, The Prestige, Swordfish, Someone Like You and Australia. The Aussie is popular not just for his movies but also for being a notable singer, dancer and actor both on stage and in musicals he even won a Tony Award for his portrayal of the 1970s singer-songwriter Peter Allen in The Boy From Oz. And yes, he is also known for his very manly looks and physique, earning him the title "Sexiest Man Alive" by People magazine in 2008.

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