Interview
"Usually that character is the sidekick" - Nick Robinson
Talented and handsome Nick Robinson from Seattle was born to be a movie star. In the leading role of Love, Simon he can boast of being the hero of the first teenage-centric movie about being gay that was created by a big Hollywood Studio. Love, Simon can be seen before the actual premier in cinema.
"Things that aren't necessarily as sexy" - Ryan Reynolds
He is considered to be one of the most handsome men in Hollywood, but it's behind a mask that he became really successful. With Deadpool 2 he proved again that there is life beyond the Marvel Universe.
'It was as if she was proposing to me' - John Krasinski
We had known John Krasinski for a long time as an excellent comic actor and also the husband of actress Emily Blunt, but now his second feature film, a blood-curdling, silent horror, has been received superbly well by the critics and the audience, so we asked him about the shooting process.
'The best stuff is yet to come' - Robert Downey Jr.
The building of the Marvel Universe has started with Tony Stark, but that is definitely sure that it will not end with him. The Universe has become too big for one hero to influence its glory or fall. But Tony Stark is still here, currently preparing for a showdown in Avengers.
'I decided to approach those scenes more playfully' - Naomie Harris
Although acting in several James Bond films, she has never been part of a monumental monster movie stuffed with special effects, so the shooting of Rampage was a new experience and a pleasant surprise for her, besides being a great challenge.
'To make a movie about teenagers now would be difficult for me ' - Greta Gerwig
For a long time we only knew Greta Gerwig as a talented actress, but now she is famous for writing and directing 'Lady Bird', a charming coming-of-age story, nominated to five Oscars. She had a lot to tell about the shooting process.
'As I got my ass kicked, I felt more connected to Nakia’s warrior spirit.' - Lupita Nyong’o
Since Lupita Nyong’o received the Academy Awards for '12 years a slave' we don't really get the chance to see her here in Hungary: in new Star Wars series she plays a CGI-creature, in 'The Jungle Books' we could only hear her voice. New Marvel movie Black Panther brings her back to us.
"He’s a man who knows what he wants"- Mark Wahlberg
It caused quite a stir when director Ridley Scott had cut the scenes of Kevin Spacey from his latest film 'All The Money in the World', and he chose another actor, Mark Wahlberg for the role. So, just before Christmas he had to go for a re-shooting with the crew, he told us about this unusual experience.
"There are things that I’ve missed" - Gary Oldman
One of the unbelievable things that happened in Hollywood is that an actor with such qualities hasn't won the Oscar yet. Well this is about to change as Gary Oldman is the most probable winner this year for his outstanding performance as Winston Churchill in 'Darkest Hour', a spectacular drama directed by Joe Wright.
"Now I savour it, it really goes in." - Nicole Kidman
2017 was undoubtedly the year of Nicole Kidman. She has been nominated for the Academy Awards for her role in 'Lion', she has gained new fans in TV series 'Big Little Lies', and in Cannes she was the brightest star as she participated with three films and a series. 'The Killing of a Sacred Deer' has just debuted in the Hungarian cinemas.
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Film premieres

La ch'tite famille

French, comedy, 107 min., 2018

I Feel Pretty

American-Chinese, comedy, 110 min., 2018

Show Dogs

American, adventure, 92 min., 2018

Gotti

American, biographical drama, 105 min., 2017

Solsidan

Swedish, comedy, 104 min., 2017
This week...
Budapest, Átrium Galéria, 20 April 2018 - 20 June 2018
 
Budapest, Müpa Budapest, 18 June 2018 20:00
 
Budapest, Király utca 26. (volt VAM Design Center területe), 15 February 2018 - 01 July 2018
 
Budapest, Párizsi Nagyáruház, 28 April 2018 - 23 October 2018
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