THE BIG PICTURE
- It takes more than just good actors to make a great movie. Join us as we talk to the various talents behind one of the most anticipated blockbusters this holiday season, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows

Who's in this interview?

ROBERT DOWNEY JR (Sherlock Holmes),
NOOMI RAPACE (Sim),
JARED HARRIS (Moriarty),
GUY RITCHIE (Director),
JOEL SILVER (Producer),
LIONEL WIGRAM (Producer),
SUSAN DOWNEY (Producer),
MICHELE AND KIERAN MULRONEY (Screenwriters)
HANS ZIMMER (Composer)
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In Civillised Company

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Tiny Times å

In Tiny Times, director Guo Jingming's adaptation of his own best-selling novel, the character of Lin Xiao takes centre stage - the star of what is ostensibly an ensemble-driven movie. Chinese actress Yang Mi tells F*** which character in the film she's really like.

HOMING DEVICE

F*** talks to local director Lee Thean-jeen about Homecoming, one of the many festive fares coming your way this Chinese New Year

By Kaye S.

An experienced director-writer in Singapore's independent production industry, Lee Thean-jeen has written, directed, edited or overseen more than a hundred hours of award-winning television since 2000, winning multiple awards along the way.
Transformers Mania Hits Town!
Are you ready for the first ever Transformers Cybertron Con in Southeast Asia?

Whether you're a recent convert to the series thanks to the Michael Bay films, or a long-time fan of the franchise, the Transformers Cyberton Con is expected to churn Transformers mania in Southeast Asia to a fever pitch. The first ever Transformers Cybertron Con in Southeast Asia is to be held at the Resorts World Convention Centre from 11-14 March 2012, and will feature a gamut of exhibits and activities to sate the appetites of everyone from neophytes to the most avid of fanatics.
Watch our online interviews with director Shawn Levy, and the main cast of THIS IS WHERE I LEAVE YOU - Jason Bateman, Adam Driver, Tina Fey and Jane Fonda, where they share their thoughts and feelings of the film.
As all of you probably know by now, there was a tragic shooting at a midnight screening of The Dark Knight Rises in Aurora, Colorado. All of us here at F*** want to offer our condolences to the families of those who lost their lives in the shooting, and this writer would like to say a few words about this.

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