Surf’s Up In September For The Premiere Of The Biggest Disney Channel Original Movie For 2013

Teen Beach Movie to premier on Disney Channel (DStv Channel 303) on Friday 20 September at 17:00 Teen Beach Movie  Summer arrives early this year with the premier of the biggest Disney Channel Original Movie (DCOM) for 2013. Following in the worldwide High School Musical craze, this highly anticipated musical premiers on Disney Channel (DStv Channel 303) […]

Elysium: Review

2154, and the Earth is in ruins brought on by over-population, pollution and disease. The wealthy have escaped this scourge, and live on a utopian space station, Elysium with strict anti-immigration laws to preserve their lifestyle. Factory-worker and ex-con Max Da Costa (Matt Damon) receives a high dose of radiation in an industrial accident, and […]

Disney Infinity, Available Now

The wait is finally over! South African gaming fans of all ages will finally get to welcome Disney Interactive’s launch of Disney Infinity across the country today, 23 August 2013. The release is being celebrated the world over, with the White Cliffs of Dover* and London being lit up this week as Buzz, The Lone Ranger, Sulley […]

The Write Journey Weekend Workshop In Cape Town & Johannesburg

The Write Journey Weekend Workshop for screenwriters Cape Town AUG 31 & Sept 1           Johannesburg SEPT 7 and 8 Master the art of plotting your story Define and develop your premise, concept, theme and characters Take ownership of the writing process. It has never been a better time to be a screenwriter in South Africa […]

Pain & Gain: Review

From renowned director Michael Bay, comes a rather intriguing comedic, crime, dramatic thriller. With the likes of Mark Wahlberg, Dwayne Johnson, Anthony Mackie and Tony Shalhoub, not to mention, Ed Harris. The story follows a trio of bodybuilders in Florida who get caught up in an extortion ring, and a kidnapping scheme. It’s at this […]

Sexual Perversity In Chicago By David Mamet

David Mamet’s notorious one-act dark comedy filled with profanity and regional jargon that reflects the working-class language of 1970s Chicago. A young couple, illustrator Deborah (Melissa Haiden) and office manager Danny (Alistair Moulton Black), fall in love but their relationship soon suffers horribly through their suspicion-sowing “best friends”, sexist-ranting macho, Bernie (Pierre Malherbe), and cynical […]

Khumba To Compete With World’s Best At Toronto International Film Festival Kids Programme

Cape Town-based Triggerfish partners Anthony Silverston and Stuart Forrest will soon be heading to the prestigious Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) where the company’s second animated feature film Khumba will compete with some of the best international children’s films in the TIFF Kids programme.  This will also be the film’s North American premiere following its […]

The Heat: Review

The first female buddy cop movie since Feds, The Heat takes you on a ride, with a double feature of action and friendship. There are some of the tried and tested plot out-comes, but there are a few twists to keep you guessing. Sandra Bullock brings a dose of her lovable, girl-next-door personality to the […]

Celebrity Acting Coach Michelle Danner Will Teach Golden Box In Cape Town

Celebrity Acting Coach to the Stars Michelle Danner is Traveling to South Africa to Teach! She will be holding 2 Master Acting Intensives Golden Box and the Junior Workshop at The Waterfront Theatre School in Cape Town on September 20 – 22. Aspiring local actors can sign up for the class at info@edgemar.org or contact […]

Universal Pictures International Breaks Record For Biggest Year Ever At International Box Office

Universal Pictures International (UPI) today announced that with yesterday’s film grosses, the studio has earned more than $1.8 billion at the international box office making it UPI’s biggest year in history.  UPI’s success has been propelled by hits such as Les Misérables, ($293 million) Fast & Furious 6($544.4 million) and Despicable Me 2 ($410 million) and also by the […]

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