Local director Jack Neo 梁志强 returns with the highly anticipated 'Ah Boys To Men' sequel, 'Ah Boys To Men 3: Frogmen', which will be released island-wide during the upcoming Chinese New Year on 19th February, with sneak previews on 18th February.
There are still a few days left before the end of 2014, so we guess the movie guys are dishing out whatever they've got before that nice long break...
Celebrate this jolly Christmas with the world’s favourite sea dwelling invertebrate, Spongebob and Patrick! Check out the video below.
It has been an exciting and busy month on the period fantasy front, with orcs, elves and wizards gallivanting around Middle-earth one last time in Peter Jackson's 'The Hobbit 3'. If you are not already OD-ed, here's more...
After 'Rush', Ron Howard again directs Chris Hemsworth for 'In the Heart of the Sea', a true story that became the inspiration for Herman Melville to write his landmark novel about the infamous whale, Moby Dick. Watch the trailer after the jump.
'Unlucky Plaza' which was the sell-out opening film at this year's Singapore International Film Festival has been snapped up by local distributor Shaw, and will open island-wide on 16 April 2015.
Yes, the adventures in Middle-earth is coming to an end... but not before we hear, read and watch whatever interviews and stories we can get our hands on!
The first in its concept of boutique neighbourhood cinemas will open with eight screens and will also be the first boothless cineplex.
The comeback festival saw a total of 23 sold out screenings including nine local screenings
It was a glittery affair at last night's Silver Screen Awards which was attended by film industry's stars and stalwarts that include Taiwanese actor Chen Bolin, Hong Kong actress Cheng Pei Pei, Malaysian actress Yeo Yan Yan, local actress Irene Ang, German actress Natassja Kinski, French actress Marine Vacth, and several local award-winning directors like Anthony Chen, Royston Tan, Boo Junfeng and Kelvin Tong. The event was hosted by our very own funny-man Adrian Pang.