Joel Edgerton

Interviews: Joel Edgerton and David Michôd on the red carpet at THE KING Australian premiere.

October 21, 2019

Netflix’s THE KING took over Sydney’s The Ritz Cinema for its Australian premiere and brought along its director and co-writer extraordinaire David Michôd as well as actor and co-writer Joel Edgerton. The film follows Hal [Timothée Chalamet], the heir to the English throne, who is “crowned King Henry V after his tyrannical father dies. Now the young king must […]

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Film Review: The King is exhaustingly long but has moments of medieval greatness

October 13, 2019

There have been many adaptations of Shakespeare’s work to the big screen with varying results. Twice before Australians have tackled the Bard’s work with Baz Luhrman’s Romeo + Juliet and Justin Kurzel’s Macbeth both hitting the silver screen with positive critical response. Once again it seems the combination of Australian director David Michôd, with fellow […]

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Timothée Chalamet is coming to Australia to promote The King

September 27, 2019

We’ve loved him since Interstellar, but fell in love with him in Call Me By Your Name. And now Timothée Chalamet fans are getting the chance to see their divine partner in the flesh as he walks the red carpet for the Australian premiere of THE KING. 23-year-old Chalamet depicts young Hal, later crowned King […]

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Joel Edgerton directed film Boy Erased gets Iits first official trailer; boasts massive Aussie cast

July 26, 2018

Famous Australian actor Joel Edgerton (Warrior), takes his talents to the directing chair, as the first trailer for his film Boy Erased is released. Edgerton will also write, produce and co-star. The film will focus on the trails and tribulations of homosexuality, as Jared, the son of a Baptist pastor in a small American town, comes […]

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Film Review: Bright (USA, 2017) is a gritty alternate universe take on the police procedural drama

December 20, 2017

Since Netflix’s launch the streaming service provider has been pumping out its own studio content to screen exclusively on its service. As the service provider grows it also attempts more ambitious projects working with directors, producers, script writers and actors of a higher calibre. We saw this in Okja that was released a couple of […]

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New Jennifer Lawrence and Joel Edgerton project Red Sparrow gets its first trailer

September 19, 2017

Upcoming film Red Sparrow starring Jennifer Lawrence (The Hunger Games, Silver Linings Playbook) and Aussie actor Joel Edgerton (Warrior, The Gift) has unveiled its first official trailer trailer ahead of its release on 1st March 2018. Red Sparrow follows the story of Dominika, played by Lawrence, a fiercely devoted and competitive ballerina who suffers a career ending injury, […]

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Netflix releases trailer and more details for Bright smith Will Smith

July 26, 2017

Bright, the action – packed blockbuster from David Ayer (Suicide Squad) will hit Netflix soon in one of the streaming services biggest ventures to date. Will Smith and Australia’s very own Joel Edgerton and Lucy Fry will star. Set in an alternate present-day, the thriller follows two cops from very different backgrounds. Ward, a human […]

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Review: Kinky Boots is filled with colour and heart – Her Majesty’s Theatre, Melbourne (Performances until January 15th)

October 22, 2016

11 years ago, Kinky Boots burst onto the big screen starring Hollywood A-listers Chiwetel Ejiofor (Love Actually, 12 Years A Slave) as Lola, and our very own Joel Edgerton (Felony, Animal Kingdom) as Charlie. Inspired by a true story, this heartwarming family film was nominated for various awards and rightfully so, caught the attention of one of […]

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New trailer gives us a taste of Jeff Nicols’ next film Loving, starring Joel Edgerton and Ruth Negga

July 14, 2016

This week we’ve been given the first taste of the new film from Mud and Midnight Special director Jeff Nicols, Loving. Due out at the start of next year, the film is a love story set amidst one of the most racially charged periods on American history, and reunites Nicols with Australian actor Joel Edgerton, who […]

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Film Review: Midnight Special (USA, 2016)

April 21, 2016

From Writer and Director Jeff Nichols, an emerging American auteur who has already slammed two home runs with the brilliant Take Shelter (2011) and the film which arguably reignited Matthew McConoughey’s career, Mud (2012), comes his most ambitious film to date – Midnight Special, which opens in Australian cinemas today. In Midnight Special – which […]

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Anthony LaPagalia and Matthew Saville attending Q&A sessions for their film A Month of Sundays at Palace Cinemas

April 14, 2016

Palace Cinemas will be hosting a preview screening of A Month of Sundays and Q&A session with actor Anthony LaPagalia and director Matthew Saville. This event will be held at Palace Norton Street in Sydney on Tuesday 19th of April and Palace Cinema Como on Thursday 21st of April in Melbourne. A Month of Sundays has been […]

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Elijah Wood joins the cast of BBC America Comedy Dirk Gently

March 24, 2016

It has been announced that actor Elijah Wood will be joining the cast of the upcoming BBC America Comedy, Dirk Gently. The series, set to be written and directed by Max Landis, will see Wood play the title detective assistant Todd. AMC Studios, Ideate Media and IDW Entertainment are co-producing the series, based on  the Dirk Gently’s […]

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Film Review: Jane Got A Gun (USA, 2016)

March 21, 2016

Set in the Wild West, Jane Got a Gun centres around Jane Hammond (Natalie Portman), her outlaw husband Bill (Noah Emmerich) and Jane’s ex-lover Dan Frost (Joel Edgerton).  Bill finds himself in a bit of trouble from an outlaw gang and their leader Colin (Ewan McGregor) wants him dead.  In a desperate effort to save […]

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Interview: Joel Edgerton talks about his role in Black Mass

September 30, 2015

In this brand new video interview, Aussie actor Joel Edgerton opens up about his role in the anticipated new film Black Mass, starring Johnny Depp. He talks about what he thought of the script, its believability, morality, working with Depp, how women are at the core of this film, getting the South Boston style right […]

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Check out Johnny Depp as Whitey Bulger in the new Black Mass trailer

May 26, 2015

If you’re a fan of Johnny Depp (and let’s face it, we all are) then you’ll definitely want to check out the trailer for his latest film, Black Mass. Directed by Scott Cooper, the movie is a biopic based on the life of James “Whitey” Bulger, as told by Dick Lehr and Gerard O’Neill in […]

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Film Review: Felony (Australia, 2014)

August 27, 2014

Cloudstreet director Matthew Saville brings an honest, raw approach to Aussie crime drama Felony, illustrating the script by writer, producer and lead actor Joel Edgerton with flair and enough restraint to keep the film grounded in it’s tactile web of emotional quandary and brutal honesty. Opting for the quieter approach to the slow-burning thriller, the […]

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