5. That’s the equivalent of Anglo funding a movie where Seánie Fitzpatrick volunteers at a homeless shelter and gives all his money away to the poor.
6. Between this and Grace of Monaco (2014) was a bad year for Roth. And credible accents.
7. “You need the money. We need the world championship.” It probably seemed like a good idea at the time.
8. Broadsheet Prognosis: Seppy played Qatar.
Release Date: Don’t hold your breath.
3. Who’s that scary looking dude checking out Zac’s beats? Remember Wes Bentley? He was the kid from American Beauty (1999), then fell of the radar due to substance abuse issues, before returning, with outstanding facial hair, in The Hunger Games (2012) and Interstellar (2014). We love a happy ending.
4. Is that the girl from the Blurred Lines video? YOU KNOW IT!
5. EDM is what our American cousins call Electronic Dance Music. You know, for ravers. Bless.
4. We can expect three, 30-minute scenes dramatising the half hour before Jobs goes on stage at a new product launch. Interesting. I hope it turns out better then the Newsroom. The three launches span 16 years of Jobs’ life.
1. Loosely based on the 1980s Hasbro cartoon. It was sort of like GI Joe with singing.
2. I want to see George Miller’s take on Wacky Races.
3. So much cliché. Shy girl becomes successful. Success changes shy girl. Loses herself and dumps her friends. Sees the error of her ways. Finds herself again and wins her friends back. We’ve all grown a little bit.
4. I predict a big musical climax. And Montages. Lots of montages.
4. Quite frankly, Sorrentino’s success leaves me baffled. This Must Be The Place (2011) should have been a career-destroying disaster, but the praise for his pretentious, self-indulgent follow-up, The Great Beauty (2013) was bordering on mass hysteria.
5. You’ve got one more chance, Sorrentino. Don’t forget the script.
6. Broadsheet Prognosis: Grumpy old men.
Release Date: May 20 (Official selection at Cannes 2015)