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‘Game Of Thrones’ 4-Day Marathon Screening Comes To London

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This winter, for the first time ever, HBO® will host a monumental marathon screening of ALL SEVEN SEASONS of the global phenomenon that is Game of Thrones.

To mark the release of GAME OF THRONES: THE COMPLETE SEVENTH SEASON and THE COMPLETE SEASONS 1 – 7 BOXSET on Blu-ray™ and DVD, The Prince Charles Cinema will play host to the event, where die-hard fans of the record-breaking show can view it all in its entirety on the big screen for the very first time for four days and nights. The non-stop, cinematic takeover will begin at 7pm on Monday 27th until 6pm on Thursday 30th of November 2017, when lucky Game of Thrones fans will be able to experience this unique one off event.

HBO® has also partnered with MOD Pizza, Leicester Square who will pop-up at the cinema during evening dinner breaks of the marathon.

The spectacular event is free and you can grab tickets which gives you access to the entire marathon via Prince Charles Cinema’s Facebook page from 10th November. There will also be a handful of tickets available on the door each day and announced on Twitter (via @ThePCCLondon).

The Game of Thrones Marathon Screening is brought to you by HBO®, and Prince Charles Cinema – 7 Leicester Pl, London WC2H 7BY.

#GoTMarathon    @HBO_UK    @ThePCCLondon

See below for timings of each of the Seasons and Episodes:

 

TIME                                               FILM TITLE

Monday 27 November

19:00 SEASON: ONE – WINTER IS COMING
20:00 THE KINGS ROAD
20:58 LORD SNOW
21:56 CRIPPLES, BASTARDS AND BROKEN THINGS
22:51 THE WOLF AND THE LION
00:15 A GOLDEN CROWN
 

Tuesday 28 November

 

01:11

 

 

 

YOU WIN OR YOU DIE

02:12 THE POINTY END
03:10 BAELOR
04:09 FIRE AND BLOOD
05:42 SEASON: TWO – THE NORTH REMEMBERS
06:35 THE NIGHT LANDS
07:31 WHAT IS DEAD MAY NEVER DIE
08:24 GARDEN OF BONES
09:18 THE GHOST OF HARRENHAL
10:42 THE OLD GODS AND THE NEW
11:35 A MAN WITHOUT HONOUR
12:33 THE PRINCE OF WINTERFELL
13:27 BLACKWATER
14:24 VALAR MORGHULIS
16:08 SEASON: THREE – VALAR DOHAERIS
17:02 DARK WINGS, DARK WORDS
18:02 WALK OF PUNISHMENT
18:55 AND NOW HIS WATCH IS ENDED
19:51 KISSED BY FIRE
21:19 THE CLIMB
22:12 THE BEAR AND THE MAIDEN FAIR
23:13 SECOND SONS
00:09 THE RAINS OF CASTAMERE
 

Wednesday  29 November

 

01:03

 

 

MHYSA

02:46 SEASON: FOUR – TWO SWORDS
03:44 THE LION AND THE ROSE
04:39 BREAKER OF CHAINS
05:36 OATHKEEPER
06:29 FIRST OF HIS NAME
07:52 THE LAWS OF GODS AND MEN
08:43 MOCKINGBIRD
09:34 THE MOUNTAIN AND THE VIPER
10:30 THE WATCHERS ON THE WALL
11:20 THE CHILDREN
13:05 SEASON: FIVE – THE WARS TO COME
13:58 THE HOUSE OF BLACK AND WHITE
14:56 HIGH SPARROW
15:56 SONS OF THE HARPY
16:46 KILL THE BOY
18:13 UNBOWED, UNBENT, UNBROKEN
19:07 THE GIFT
20:06 HARDHOME
21:09 THE DANCE OF DRAGONS
22:01 MOTHER’S MERCY
23:41 SEASON: SIX – THE RED WOMAN
00:31 HOME
 

Thursday 30 November

 

01:25

 

 

 

OATHBREAKER

02:20 BOOK OF THE STRANGER
03:19 THE DOOR
04:46 BLOOD OF MY BLOOD
05:37 THE BROKEN MAN
06:27 NO ONE
07:29 BATTLE OF THE BASTARDS
08:27 THE WINDS OF WINTER
10:15 SEASON: SEVEN – DRAGONSTONE
11:14 STORMBORN
12:13 THE QUEEN’S JUSTICE
13:19 THE SPOILS OF WAR
14:39 EASTWATCH
15:38 BEYOND THE WALL
16:51 THE DRAGON AND THE WOLF
18:11 EVENT FINISHES

 

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Ana de Armas Joins Daniel Craig In Rian Johnson’s Knives Out

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Ana de Armas (Blade Runner 2049) has officially signed on to join actors Daniel Craig, Chris Evans, and Michael Shannon in Star Wars: The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson’s Knives Out.

The film, which Johnson also wrote, is scheduled to start shooting next month. Knives Out has been described as a contemporary whodunit, with Craig portraying an archetypal grizzled detective, tasked with getting to the bottom of a classic locked-room murder mystery.

Johnson is set to produce with his creative partner Ram Bergman, and studios are expected to bid fiercely for the rights to distribute the feature in the coming months. Craig was previously pencilled in to begin shooting Bond 25 for director Danny Boyle at the tail end of this year, but when Boyle departed that project following creative differences it freed up the Casino Royale actor’s schedule to join Knives Out.

Somewhat ironically, Ana de Armas can next be seen in an untitled project from Danny Boyle, which is likely to release prior to Johnson’s crime thriller.

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The Grinch Eyeing $50m+ Opening Weekend

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Illumination Animation’s forthcoming The Grinch, with Benedict Cumberbatch voicing the green grouch, has landed on early tracking – and Universal could be looking at quite the Christmas present.

Yes, by all accounts, The Grinch is looking at a minimum $50m opening weekend, with that number potentially ballooning as the weeks roll on and the film’s marketing pushes deeper into the public consciousness.

It’s worth bearing in mind that the franchise (and character) has proven itself before to have both presence and staying power; 2000’s live-action version, starring Jim Carrey in the title role, opened to $55 million and went on to score $260 million total, not adjusted for inflation.

The Grinch is due out in UK cinemas on the 9th November, rated PG.

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Venom Producer Gives Weak Excuse For Carnage Not Being The Film’s Villain

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When a Venom movie sans-wallcrawler was first announced, many assumed that the smart move would be pitting the black symbiote against well-known comic antagonist Carnage; a red palette-swap of the film’s titular antihero, inhabited by serial-killer Cletus Kasady.

However, that turned out to not be the case. Sony still went with the age-old classic superhero movie villain formula (exactly like the hero, but, y’know, evil – see also; Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, Ant-Man, Doctor Strange, Black Panther, etc etc.) but eschewed the better-known Carnage for, of all characters, Riot – a silver-coloured symbiote inhabited by Carlton Drake, head of the LIFE Foundation, and birthed from an oft-forgotten 90s comic book arc.

When asked the reasoning behind the decision to scrape through the bottom of the Marvel barrel and to drudge up a Z-lister like Riot for their initial, flagship Spidey-cinematic-universe-minus-Spidey feature, producer Matt Tolmach gave an almost unbelievably pathetic excuse:

“[If you have Carnage] you have two origins, and it really limits. We thought about it long and hard. It limits what you can do with the origin of Venom. So, what do you do with that? Well, then the movie itself becomes the origin of Venom, and then Carnage enters the equation. That was always the idea, that you would be setting it up, from the very beginning.”

Now, putting aside that the movie gives an origin to Riot as part of its structure, and the fact that the movie’s post-credits scene gives a pretty complete set-up for Cletus Kasady (portrayed by Woody Harrelson, donning an incredibly cheap-looking ginger wig), it’s still a staggeringly weak reason. Complaining that a villain also needs setting up – something that most superhero origin films manage to pull off quite neatly – smacks of an almost impressive level of laziness. Granted, once you’ve done ‘Venom vs. Carnage’, there’s not a tremendous amount of places left to take a webslinger-less Venom franchise, but it’s still going to feel deliriously samey when/if Venom 2 rolls around.

Venom stars Tom Hardy and is in cinemas now, rated 12A.

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