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Trailer: Gravity

The second trailer for director Alfonso Cuarón’s sci-fi thriller starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney as astronauts stranded in orbit during a disasterous mission.

First Impressions: The first trailer showed some impressive looking glimpses and already had us interested in seeing this, the new trailer with a whole sequence shot in one take just seals the deal. This looks absolutely stunning, and the director of Children Of Men looks sure not to disappoint. Having seen the first trailer in 3D at cinemas, I can say that this one also looks to be one to see in 3D. Gravity is due to be released in UK cinemas  on October 18th.

Coming up on this weeks show – 05/03/12

On this weeks show we take a look at cinema releases including Tom Hardy and Chris Pine try to win the hand of Reese Witherspoon in This Means War and drama from Argentina Carancho.  In the Blu-Ray/DVD part of the show we review Henry Cavill in Immortals before he becomes the man of steel, political drama The Ides of March starring George Clooney and Ryan Gosling, virus thriller/drama with a huge cast, Contagion, Johnny Depp in The Rum Diary, is the world of Shakespeare a lie in Anonymous and French drama Tomboy.  On top of this we go over the latest movie news, the UK and Blu-Ray/DVD top 10 plus our usual DVD catch up this week it being Dark City.

Join us live from 7:30pm (UK time) LIVE on Spreaker’s website or you can listen to it via the Spreaker’s app on Apple’s app store or on the Android Marketplace, just search for The Monday Movie Show in the app.

UK Box Office Top 10 – 23/01

It seems that nothing could shift the War Horse of the top spot this week despite stiff competition from 2 of this weeks new releases.

There were 3 new films that graced the top 10 this week, first off going in at number 6 was slacker comedy the Sitter, doing better by reaching number 3 was Underworld Awakening 3D however it was the star studded cast of Haywire that was the highest new entry at number 2.

10 – Puss in Boots – £568.590 – £13.645.623

9 – Alvin and the Chipmunks:Chipwrecked – £568.758 – £13.111.689

8 – The Artist – £770.430 – £3.205.883

7 – Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol – £815.330 – £16.686.503

6 – The Sitter – (NE) – £910.382

5 – The Iron Lady – £949.517 – £7.162.492

4 – Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows – £956.434 – £24.627.233

3 – Underworld Awakening 3D – (NE) – £1.114.327

2 – Haywire(NE) – £1.197.866

1 – War Horse – £3.202.493 – £9.639.624

New Releases – 5 films will be hoping to find a spot in next week chart, first off is romantic comedy Like Crazy then we have the latest film from director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo Intruders, next up is animated film A Monster in Paris, Liam Neeson is trying to find his way home in The Grey and finally George Clooney is on Oscar form in The Descendants.

Golden Globes 2012 winners

The winners of the 69th Golden Globes have been announced and in the past the first main awards of the season normally predict what will happen at the Oscars next month, so check out the winners below and make your own mind up.

Best Motion Picture (Drama) – The Descendants

Best Motion Picture (Musical/Comedy) – The Artist

Best Director – Martin Scoreses – Hugo

Best Actor (Drama) – George Clooney – The Descendants

Best Actor (Musical/Comedy) – Jean Dujardin – The Artist

Best Actress (Drama) – Meryl Streep – The Lady

Best Actress (Musical/Drama) – Michelle Williams – My Week With Marilyn

Best Supporting Actor – Christopher Plummer – Beginners

Best Supporting Actress – Octavia Spencer – The Help

Best Foreign Film – A Separation

Best Animated Film – The Adventures of TinTin

Best Original Score – The Artist

 

Trailer: The Descendants

From director Alexander Payne comes this drama Starring George Clooney as an absent father who tries to reconcile with his daughters after their mother has a boating accident. Due out in UK cinemas at the start of 2012.

First Impressions: I still have never seen About Scmidt but I must be about the only person who didn’t think much of Sideways, but strangely I like the look of this, and really enjoy George Clooney in these meaty roles, Michael Clayton was a complete surprise to me, I think this may be a performance from him along the same lines.