Yesterday, November 26th, the Italian film director Bernardo Bertolucci passed at the age of 77. He died yesterday morning at 7 am, in his home in Trastevere, Rome. The mortuary was arranged for today, starting at 10 am until 7 pm tonight. Numerous important figures from the Italian public scene showed up, from the colleague director Roberto Taviani, to the former Italian prime minister Walter Veltroni to the capital’s mayor Virginia Raggi. Countless fans where there as well, to pay tribute and say goodbye to the filmmaker. Respects were payed and thoughts sent from abroad as well, from the cinema to the art and the journalism industry. Here are some of them: Bertolucci wasn’t only known for his movie, though. Besides his remarkable career in cinema, he was a poet
With the news of a Breaking Bad movie coming out, we went to Twitter to consult with our readers on a very important topic. Are we tired of reboots, sequels and prequels yet? Even if it's as compelling a story as Breaking Bad was? How much greatness can we take before it gets boring? How does a talented producer like Vince Gilligan know when it's time to move on to another project? https://twitter.com/VoiceOfLondonUK/status/1060906042199031809 Aaron Paul has been confirmed to come back as Jesse Pinkman in the newest movie spin-off to a critically acclaimed TV drama - Breaking Bad. The original series followed a story of a high school teacher Walter White (Bryan Cranston), who upon getting a fatal diagnosis turns towards the meth manufacturing business. This will be t...
Hollywood has been pretty busy churning out new and dangerous thrillers for a few years now. So why are we still binging on those dusty classics for our scare-fest? Okay give me a second to convince you. Sure, American psycho is brilliantly crazy but I bet you can find a new tickle spot for your spooky bone this season by watching movie Split’s deadly beast. Or relive the creepy joker phantasm with It, follow the hot mysterious avatar of Archie Andrews solving murders in Riverdale, or just live in the silent solitude with A quiet place. Whatever it is, we’ve got you covered with this fear-inducing, dreadful, fun-tastic selection for your Halloween binge diet. The Witch Begin the weekend with some classic witch-scare-business, and appreciate the power of serious sound eff
Are you a fan of Super Heroes and Super Villains? So why not going to the DC Exhibition: Dawn of Super Heroes in London? A full immersion into the world of Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Joker, Suicide Squad and The Penguin and Mr. Freeze. Here 5 reasons why you shouldn't miss this heroic exhibition: The Costumes 2. The History 3. The Comics 4. The Sketches 5. The Shop The DC Exhibition: Dawn of Super Superheroes opens until September 9th at the O2. You can get tickets here.