DANNY BOYLE TO HELM INGENIOUS PAINMeanwhile, TRAINSPOTTING and TRANCE director Danny Boyle has revealed to Digital Spy that his next project will be a period one. He didn't say anything more, but he previously mentioned that he wants to helm adaptation of Andrew Miller's novel INGENIOUS PAIN which takes place in 18th century England and Russia and centres on James Dyer, a surgeon who is impervious to physical pain.
ARTHUR NEWMAN TRAILERThey're having the time of everybody else's life! That's the motto of ARTHUR NEWMAN, a delightful new romantic comedy drama with two dear Brits Colin Firth and Emily Blunt. Wallace Avery
ARTHUR NEWMAN. His road trip towards a new life is derailed by the entrance of a beautiful loose cannon, Mike Fitzgerald (Emily Blunt), who's running from her own past. Driving cross country, this mismatched pair of damaged souls begins to connect as they break into empty homes and take on the identities of the absent owners: elderly Southern newlyweds, preening hipsters, a golf champ and his Russian wife, among others.
An offbeat love story set in a perfect storm of identity crisis, ARTHUR NEWMAN looks at how two people try to remake themselves and come around to owning up to some basic truths about the identities they left at home
WHITE HOUSE DOWN TRAILERWell, the trailer says it openly - if Americans ever lose their freedom it will be when they destroy themselves. So very true. They've always been
WHITE HOUSE DOWN will see Channing Tatum turning from stripper to saviour! He portrays John Cale, a cop who is touring the White House with his daughter, when 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. is taken over by a paramilitary group who kidnaps the President of the United States (Jamie Foxx), making John the only one who can save the commander-in-chief's life. Directed by Roland Emmerich (who already had fun destroying White House in INDEPENDENCE DAY) the film, about to hit cinemas in June, also stars Maggie Gyllenhaal and James Woods!