Buffy Joins New Scooby Gang

Submitted by Paul Fischer on Tue, 07/02/2002 - 21:04

Sarah Michelle Gellar had to split her time between two different Scooby gangs when making her latest feature - one as Buffy the vampire slayer and leader of a group who call themselves the Scoobies and secondly with a gang of sleuths in a real life feature adaptation of Seventies animation series Scooby Doo

Interview: Tom Hanks on Road to Perdition

Submitted by Paul Fischer on Tue, 06/25/2002 - 23:16

Tom Hanks is in a characteristically jovial mood when we meet at a Chicago hotel, an appropriate venue to discuss the Chicago-shot Road to Perdition. The Tom Hanks that one meets is in stark contrast to his Michael O’Sullivan, the lowbrow hit man and surrogate son to gangster patriarch John Rooney (played by Paul Newman).

Much has been made of his change of image for this role. To him that makes sense. 

Interview with Colin Salmon, Star of Resident Evil

Submitted by Brian Pendreigh on Mon, 06/10/2002 - 23:11

In the cinema and on television, Colin Salmon has become a figure of immediate, unquestioned authority as Sgt Oswald in Prime Suspect and as M’s right-hand man in the recent Bond movies. Pierce Brosnan even suggested he could be the first black 007, though Salmon still sees himself as "a street boy". "I mean I played in punk bands," he says. 

Cedric Kahn on Roberto Succo

Submitted by Matthew Arnoldi on Wed, 05/29/2002 - 23:50

Twentysomething director Cedric Kahn's follow-up to the highly-rated L'Ennui is a thriller about a young Italian who kills his parents, is sent to a mental institution and then escapes. From there cops chase this dangerous con-man across France. En route Succo meets a young girl Lea and the two indulge in a dangerous relationship.

Hart's War

Submitted by Brian Pendreigh on Tue, 05/21/2002 - 02:18

As Hart's War, starring Bruce Willis, brings a new spin on the World War II Prisoner-Of-War genre, Brian Pendreigh asks some of the original POWs whether their wartime experience resembled anything like we find in the movies.

The Other Side of Halle Berry

Submitted by Paul Fischer on Thu, 05/16/2002 - 21:47

Halle Berry caused a storm by exposing her breasts in Swordfish for a reported $500,000. Now that she has made Oscar history with her winning role as Leticia in Monster's Ball it's her acting talent that everybody is talking about. In the film, Berry plays an executed convict's wife who abuses her obese son and becomes romantically involved with a violent, racist prison warden.