Taron Egerton

Film Review: Sing 2 is a harmless, uplifting family outing that wins over with its charm and soundtrack

December 20, 2021

For better or worse, Illumination will always be known as the studio that gave an extended life to Minions.  Originally something of a throwaway gag to provide easy laughs within the Despicable Me films, they took on a force of their own and seemed to pull focus from any other studio property.  One such charmer […]

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Film Review: Rocketman blasts the Elton John musical biopic into the stratosphere

May 27, 2019

Only several months after cinema screens were graced with Bohemian Rhapsody and part of the journey of Queen’s meteoric rise to fame. We now have Rocketman, which examines another flamboyant and influential musician, Elton John, and unlike the former, this film decidedly takes a bit more of a leap both stylistically and also narratively. Because […]

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Photo Gallery: Sydney premiere of Rocketman with Taron Egerton and Dexter Fletcher (25.05.19)

May 25, 2019

Taron Egerton and Director Dexter Fletcher walked the blue carpet in Sydney along with other celebrities and guests for the premiere of the highly anticipated film Rocketman

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Film Review: Robin Hood (USA, 2018) brings an abundance of action but nothing new to tell

November 21, 2018

We’ve all heard the tale of Robin Hood, the nobleman who robbed from the rich to give to the poor. Who becomes a revolutionary figure that leads to an uprising. A symbol of hope in a time of poverty and struggle. Well there’s a new Robin Hood movie out that brings all of that to […]

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Robin Hood, The Man of Many Remakes

July 22, 2018

Robin Hood, a man of English folklore and legend, a master archer, swordsman and outlaw. Stories depict him having been of noble birth (born Robin of Locksley), going off to fight in the Crusades, returning to England to find his lands taken by the Sheriff of Nottingham. With Prince John wanting to usurp the throne […]

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Watch the fun-filled, action-packed first trailer for Kingsmen: The Golden Circle

April 27, 2017

If you cast your mind back to 2015, you might remember a film by the name of Kingsman: The Secret Service that became a surprising box office hit and as well as becoming a box-office hit, was regarded as a revival of the spy genre. Fast forward almost two years later, and we finally have the first […]

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British composer Joby Talbot on bringing Illumination’s new animated film Sing to life (EXCLUSIVE)

December 16, 2016

It’s not often you wonder about a composer after you watch a film, but British composer Joby Talbot is certainly the sort to warrant that reaction. Joby has helped bring the Minion-crazy animators over at Illumination Entertainment their new film Sing to the big screen with his crafted musical genius. Previously, Joby Talbot’s works have […]

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Film Review: Eddie the Eagle (PG) (UK/USA) (2016)

April 21, 2016

Biographical films, especially ones that revolve around triumphs of the human spirit, can range from the truly inspirational The Pursuit of Happiness to award-bait films like the dull and manipulative The Blind Side to unmitigated disasters like the agonizing Patch Adams. However, very few of those films show the comedic side of life and this is where Eddie the Eagle […]

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Kingsman 2 title and concept art revealed

March 30, 2016

In a recent interview with Empire, film maker Matthew Vaughn has revealed the title for the follow-up to 2015’s Kingsman: Secret Service. Kingsman 2: The Golden Circle is due for release next year. Plot wise, The Golden Circle sees Kingsman HQ destroyed in an attack. As a result, Eggsy (Taron Egerton) and Merlin (Colin Firth) head […]

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Hugh Jackman returning to Australia for Eddie the Eagle premiere

March 9, 2016

Dexter Fletcher‘s Eddie The Eagle, starring Hugh Jackman and Taron Egerton, will premiere for Australian audiences this March with Jackman set to walk the red carpet. Two screenings are currently listed with Melbourne audiences able to see Jackman and the film on the 29th of March at 6PM at Village Cinemas Crown and Sydney getting a screening […]

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2016 Gold Coast Film Festival reveals full program!

March 3, 2016

This year’s annual Gold Coast Film Festival (running in its 14th year)  will consist of 38 films from 15 different countries. The festival has also secured six Australian Premieres and seven Queensland Premieres from 31 March – 10 April.  The Festival will offer films that have been selected from Queensland and around the world, ranging […]

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Julianne Moore gearing up for villain role in Kingsmen sequel

February 18, 2016

Hot off her role as the Machiavellian President Coin in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Julianne Moore is talks to play the villain in the follow-up to 2015’s British spy adventure Kingsmen : The Secret Service. The news came out of The Hollywood Reporter earlier in the week with Borys Kit saying that “Details for Moore’s […]

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Film Review: Testament of Youth (M) (UK, 2015)

April 23, 2015

Testament of Youth begins with a fleeting glimpse of the crowded streets of England on Armistice Day in 1918. Amidst the celebrations, we catch sight of the pained visage of Vera Brittain (Alicia Vikander). Overwhelmed by the crowd, she seeks refuge in a nearby church and, finding solitude in an alcove, loses herself in a […]

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