Issue 81

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7 17 Issue 81 / 2015 FILM coming soon The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 Victor Frankenstein The story of Frankenstein and his monster has been told and re-told many times, and now there's one more to add to the pile. Directed by Paul McGuigan and starring James McAvoy and Daniel Radcliffe, this film is as much about the relationship between Frankenstein and his protégé Igor as it is about the science experiments and monster making. We are intrigued. Star Wars: The Force Awakens Let's not beat around the bush, this is the most anticipated film of all time. Unsurprisingly, the storyline has been kept tightly under wraps but Han Solo, Chewy, Luke and Leia are all back, along with new heroes Rey and Finn, and new baddie Kylo Ren. We've got everything crossed that J.J Abrams has done a good job on this one – we just can't take any more shitty Star Wars. 20th November 3rd December 17th December For the final instalment of The Hunger Games franchise, Katniss is not fucking about – along with Peeta, Gale, Finnick and the rebels of District 13, she heads out to assassinate President Snow and free Panem. As this series has gone on, the films have got darker and grittier, and we're expecting much more of the same, one last time. Shia LaBeouf filmed himself watching all his movies for his latest piece of performance art For #AllMyMovies, the installation created by art collective LaBeouf, Rönkkö & Turner, Shia LaBeouf sat down at the Angelika Film Center in NYC and watched all of his films in reverse chronological order, over three consecutive days. Visitors were able to join Shia in the movie theatre and, of course, the whole experience was livestreamed, so people all over the globe could watch LaBeouf watch LaBeouf. His filmography ranges from WW2 drama Fury, the art-house Nymphomaniac and political thriller The Company You Keep to the Transformers series, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle and Disney flick Holes, so it was always going to be a interesting movie marathon. It seems Shia wasn't able to stomach most of the Transformers films – neither could we – falling asleep during the second one. He also had trouble with Indiana Jones & the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, presumably because that film is also shit. However, he looked positively overjoyed during Surf's Up and[The Even Stevens Movie, so maybe he's just a child at heart. Publicity stunt or performance art; whatever it was, he got us talking. Have we reacHed peak sHia?

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