Want to be an extra in Trainspotting 2?

Want to be an extra in Trainspotting 2?

Choose life. Choose a job. Choose a career. Choose a family. Choose a f****** big television… Or instead, choose to be an extra in the up-coming sequel to cult Edinburgh-set movie Trainspotting. That’s right, Edinburgh nightclub Cav wants you to star alongside Renton, Begbie, Sick Boy et al in the eagerly-awaited film, and all you have to do is turn up at the Tollcross venue on Tuesday, 14 June for a chance to appear in…

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Oasis’ biggest career mistake, according to Paul McCartney

Oasis’ biggest career mistake, according to Paul McCartney

Sir Paul McCartney has said the biggest career mistake Oasis ever made was to claim they were bigger than The Beatles. The motor-mouthed Manchester band made the outrageous claim during a 1996 MTV interview, boasting that their albums Definitely Maybe and (What’s The Story) Morning Glory meant that they were bigger than The Beatles. Last year, Noel Gallagher admitted that he was “high” when he made the claim. And in a new interview with Q magazine, Macca has said…

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Finding Dory trailer sparks rumours of Pixar’s first lesbian couple

Finding Dory trailer sparks rumours of Pixar’s first lesbian couple

Finding Dory, which will premiere at next month’s Edinburgh International Film Festival, could be the first Disney Pixar film to include a lesbian couple. A moment in the latest trailer for the eagerly-awaited sequel to Finding Nemo, which you can watch below, appears to show a lesbian couple. The moment in the trailer which sparked rumours that the film will include a lesbian couple arrives when an octopus appears to knock a baby from a pram. When…

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Toyah Wilcox and Phil Daniels on board for Quadrophenia sequel

Toyah Wilcox and Phil Daniels on board for Quadrophenia sequel

Original cast members Phil Daniels and Toyah Wilcox are to reprise their roles in the forthcoming sequel to iconic British movie Quadrophenia, which will start shooting this summer, 37 years after the original was released. The sequel to the cult film, which was released in 1979, is based on the book To Be Someone by Peter Meadow, and will be directed by Ray Burdis (The Krays, Love, Honour and Obey, The Wee Man). The 1979 adaptation of The…

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Shirley Manson reveals she was sexually assaulted at 13

Shirley Manson reveals she was sexually assaulted at 13

Edinburgh-born singer Shirley Manson has revealed she was sexually assaulted at the age of 13 – and it’s the first time she has ever publicly spoken about the incident. The Stockbridge-raised frontwoman of alt-rock superstars Garbage went into detail about the harrowing experience during an interview with Billboard. “A boy fingered me, then grabbed a knife and told me he was going to stick it up my vagina. I was 13 years old,” recalls the 49-year-old…

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The Walking Dead: Norman Reedus says ‘the planet is going to explode’ when season 7 arrives

The Walking Dead: Norman Reedus says ‘the planet is going to explode’ when season 7 arrives

The Walking Dead actor Norman Reedus, who plays loveable redneck Daryl Dixon in the hit TV series, has teased fans ahead of the zombie show’s return, saying that “the planet is going to explode” when it sees season seven. The sixth season of the US show ended last month (April 3) and met with a fair amount of outcry from fans who, angered by the show’s cliffhanger ending , launched an online petition asking TV network AMC to…

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Darth Vader set to return in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story?

Darth Vader set to return in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story?

Everyone’s favourite lightsaber-wielding megalomaniac, Darth Vader, could be back on the big screen this December. It is suspected the scoop may be revealed at the upcoming London Star Wars Celebration, but here at AAA we like to give you the heads-up. With the Star Wars franchise being sold to Disney for a whopping $4 billion back in 2012, many fans were sceptical about what might follow. But that huge sum is looking like a wise investment…

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Finding Dory to premiere at Edinburgh Film Festival – watch trailer

Finding Dory to premiere at Edinburgh Film Festival – watch trailer

The Edinburgh Film Festival 2016 revealed its 70th anniversary programme today – and there’s something fishy about it. Okay, ignore the awful pun. But Finding Dory, the eagerly-awaited sequel to Finding Nemo, will premiere at next month’s event in the Capital. Pixar’s latest movie centres around the eponymous, Ellen DeGeneres-voiced Paracanthurus embarking on a search for her family. Earlier this week, a new trailer for Finding Dory was released – watch it below. The trailer kicks off…

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Kim Cattrall set for Edinburgh International Film Festival

Kim Cattrall set for Edinburgh International Film Festival

Sex and the City star Kim Cattrall is set to appear at the Edinburgh International Film Festival for an exclusive in person event next month. The actress, who is best known for her role as the outspoken Samantha Jones in the cult TV show and spin-off films, will be interviewed onstage at The Filmhouse on Lothian Road on Thursday, 16 June. She is expected to spend 90 minutes discussing her hugely successful television, film and…

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Watch Emma Watson in trailer for Beauty and the Beast

Watch Emma Watson in trailer for Beauty and the Beast

The first trailer for Disney’s forthcoming live-action remake of Beauty and the Beast, starring Emma Watson as Belle, has been released. Watch it below. Watson, who portrays the book-loving character, appears just briefly in trailer, but it’s enough to whet the appetite of her fans. “Look a girl,” says Lumière, who is voiced by Ewan McGregor. “What if she is the one?” The trailer ends with the film’s release date and the words, “Be Our Guest,” a reference to…

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