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THE INTERACTIVE FILM MAGAZINE


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Golden Globes

honour for

George Clooney

George Clooney is to be honoured with a lifetime achievement award at next year's Golden Globes. He, will be given the Cecil B DeMille Award at the ceremony in Los Angeles on January 1.

Clooney has won two Oscars, four Golden
Globes and been nominated 13 times by the
Hollywood Foreign Press Association, who
organise the awards.

He won the best supporting actor Oscar in
2006 for the political oil thriller Syriana, and the
best film prize in 2013 as a producer of the Iran
hostage crisis drama Argo.
His Golden Globe wins were for O' Brother
Where Art Thou?, Syriana, Argo
(again as
producer) and 2011's The Descendants.

Clooney has also directed five films, including this year's Second World War drama The Monuments Men.

The Boxtrolls are UK’s No 1

The animated adventure The Boxtrolls was the runaway winner at the UK box office over its opening weekend of September 12-14, taking more than £2 million to grab the No 1 spot. Lucy was at 2, taking £812,000, with another new release Pride at 3. Last week’s top film, Sex Tape, dropped to 4 and new release A Most Wanted Man was at 5. In the US two new releases, No Good Deed and Dolphin Tale 2, grabbed the top two spots, with last week’s top three films, Guardians of the Galaxy, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Let’s Be Cops dropping to 3, 4 and 5 respectively.

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Matt Damon is Bourne again

Matt Damon and director Paul Greengrass are to reunite for another
Jason Bourne film, according to the movie website Deadline.com. This would be the third time the pair have worked together on the franchise, following The Bourne Supremacy in 2004 and 2007’s The Bourne Ultimatum.

The new film will be ready for release on July 16 next year – the same date that a Bourne spin-off starring Jeremy Renner was due for release. Deadline.com says both films will go ahead and that both will be produced by Universal. Universal refused to comment.

Famous Five go filming

The adventures of Enid Blyton's beloved Famous Five – Julian, Dick,
Anne, George and Timmy the dog – are to hit the big screen after the theatrical rights to the 20-plus books were acquired by the British production company Working Title, which intends to launch a live action
film franchise.


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