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LaFerrari and Sesto Elemento face off on desert highway

No big deal, just two of the hyper-rare supercars street racing.<p>You know that mythical desert road you fantasize about going flat-out on in some ridiculous, unobtainable exotic?<p>It's in Qatar.<p>Both the LaFerrari (which looks excellent in yellow) and the Lamborghini Sesto Elemento pictured apparently …

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Star Wars: Episode 7 to feature scenes shot on Imax cameras

JJ Abrams' Star Wars: Episode VII will feature scenes shot on Imax cameras, Disney has confirmed<p>The news was announced on Twitter by Abrams' production company, @bad_robot, where a photograph of an Imax camera was posted against a desert background. The shot is likely to have been taken in Abu …

“Dawn of the Planet of the Apes”: Can the ape-pocalypse save Hollywood’s dreadful summer?

An overloaded simian sequel boasts terrific effects and the great Andy Serkis as its ape hero. But is that enough?<p>So here’s where Hollywood and its boosters have placed their bets on redeeming what already feels like a disastrous summer season for the studios: A handsome and atmospheric …

All white now: does the new Hunger Games trailer whet your appetite?

Do not adjust your sets or stop your ears. The teaser for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 is very white and full of wisdom; a propaganda broadcast promising "prosperity" and "solidarity" for upstanding citizens and a terrible punishment for those that stray. Viewers who have yet to pre-order …

Would you name your child after a film character?

Katniss is tipped to be one of the most popular children's names in 2014, according to reports this week, as new parents christen their children after the Hunger Games heroine played on screen by Jennifer Lawrence.<p>Other movie-inspired names which have seen a surge in popularity include Elsa, the …

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Guardians of the Galaxy: Marvel's surefire summer action smash

I've already gone on record stating that Guardians of the Galaxy is likely to be one of this year's better fanboy-friendly blockbusters. Everything about the movie, from the impressive cast to the superb early trailers, feels spot on – and this barmy little space opera's timing couldn't be better …

Think you know who Hercules was? Well, think again

Brett Ratner's Hercules has everything you would want from a film about a dung-shovelling demigod. It has a leading man (Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson) who has spent a lot of time in the gym. It has loincloths. There's also a big lion and an even bigger boar, and both Cerberus and the Hydra are present …

Holy Hell, People Are Naming Their Sons ‘Django’ Now

Burnsy already covered Nameberry’s recently-released list of 2014’s top 100 baby names and while there’s endless material there, one name in particular stood out: Django. Almost certainly a product of Quentin Tarantino’s 2012 slavesploitation masterpiece, “Django” made number 46 on the list. Which …

'Rage' is just another tired Nicolas Cage action film

"Rage" is the latest in a parade of cheesy, derivative action-thrillers that erstwhile A-list actor Nicolas Cage has recently starred in, presumably as a quick cash grab. Why he can't find an equal payday in better pictures is perhaps a less vital question than how exactly the Academy Award-winner …

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Transformers: Age of Extinction review – ridiculous fourth outing for Michael Bay

First published on Thu 10 Jul 2014 17.30 EDT<p>Staggering out of the latest skull-splinteringly insensitive new Transformers film, I wondered if the only way to settle the future of cinema is to set up Michael Bay, its director, with James Cameron in a fistfight. A film about such an encounter, …