The Four Seasons are back!
F*** sat down with Bong for an interview at Seoul’s Four Seasons Hotel where the director spoke very candidly and occasionally through a Korean translator about Okja’s controversial journey and the subliminal message at the end of the film.
The stars and showrunner of Marvel and Netflix’s Iron Fist tells F*** about filming the superhero martial arts show
Watch this behind-the-scenes featurette, where author Jonathan Tropper, director Shawn Levy, and some the ensemble cast like Jason Bateman, Adam Driver, Tina Fey and Jane Fonda share their thoughts and feelings of the film. Video below.

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Team Cap and co-director Joe Russo touch down in Singapore to talk 'Captain America: Civil War'
It isn`t often that a Japanese movie receives its world premiere in Singapore. But that`s exactly what happened in the last weekend of July, when the director and three lead actors of The After-Dinner Mysteries arrived on our little island to speak to the press and meet their fans.
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Blake Lively is one (and only?) reason we're going out to get Green Lantern on DVD this month

Blake Lively is slowly but surely proving that she's not just a pretty face. Having made her mark as rich kid Serena van der Woodsen in TV's Gossip Girl after a great turn in The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants and its sequel Lively showed she was all grown up in her next movie, The Private Lives of Pippa Lee. Then came the role that really proved that she was no longer a young girl opposite Ben Affleck in The Town.
Now, Lively has added 'comic book heroine' to her ever-growing resume, with her portrayal of Carol Ferris in Green Lantern. Starring alongside Ryan Reynolds, Lively shows that she's more than capable than holding her own against big-name actors, and also that she's an actress to be taken seriously, thank you very much.
Here, she tells us more about this important role, why she took it on and what she thought of Green Lantern before she got involved in the movie project.

Tell us about your character, Carol Ferris.

Carol Ferris is an incredible character, especially in this genre of film. I always grew up loving comic book films. She's unique because she's not the damsel in distress; she is an equal with Hal. They're the two best fighter pilots in the world. She runs the aviation company that Hal works for. She grew up, they were best friends and they were each other's first love; so there's a lot of tension with the two of them and a bit of a rivalry. They're always challenging each other and sparring and I love that relationship. In a lot of ways she has to save Hal when he's feeling weak, because he is only human. She's there to kick him in the butt and help see and realise his full potential. I love that, because I think that that's much more true to real life. There aren't heroes and the people that stand by their side, everybody is leaning on each other and helping each other. Seeing a woman full of such strength and character, she's a fighter pilot, and I think that that's really great that she was able to not just be the woman in the lab or the woman on the train tracks. I just loved her. I thought that she was really gutsy and unlike any character I've ever seen in this sort of film.

Is that what drew you to the project? Did you know about the Green Lantern before this?

No, I didn't know about the Green Lantern before this. I realised very quickly how naÃ
New Line’s new film 'Annabelle' takes its inspiration from one of the most haunted objects in the world—the possessed doll that terrified moviegoers all over the world when she made her debut in 'The Conjuring'.
John Woo, Zhang Ziyi and Tong Dawei in Singapore for The Crossing – Part 1
Director Alexander Payne and George Clooney share some laughs while discussing their new movie, The Descendants

George Clooney adds his magic touch to a movie again, with his new release, The Descendants. In it, he plays Matt King, whose wife is in a coma after a boating accident, leaving him with the somewhat difficult task of reconnecting with his two daughters.

The movie is directed by Alexander Payne, best known for his work on the brilliant Sideways. The movie is based on the book by the same name and also stars young actresses Shailene Woodley and Amara Miller.

Clooney and Payne tell us more about the movie and also reveal their personal views on each other, their friendship and death.
And the Oscar goes too...
The inaugural MINDS Film Festival is being held from 29 July to 6 August 2016, and the U.K. indie production My Feral Heart has been chosen as the opening film. Jointly organised by the Movement for the Intellectually Disabled of Singapore (MINDS) and the Singapore Film Society (SFS), the festival will showcase movies centring on the theme of intellectual disability, with the aim of fostering acceptance of and understanding for this community.

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