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'Mad Max: Fury Road' Director George Miller On Making 2015's Most Thought-Provoking Action Film

When Mad Max: Fury Road sped into cinemas in May, NME called it [url=http://www.nme.com/reviews/various-artists/16075]"the most exhilarating film of 2015 so far"[/url]. Since then, director George Miller's high-octane chase movie has grossed $375 million at the global box office and become one of the most analysed blockbusters in recent memory. Everything from its punky aesthetic to its supposed feminist agenda to its freaky flamethrower guitarist has prompted a breathless internet thinkpiece. With Fury Road now being released on DVD and Blu-ray, NME sat down with Miller to find out his take on the theories surrounding the film.

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Trainspotting 2: Everything We Know So Far About Danny Boyle's Upcoming Sequel

Trainspotting, Danny Boyle’s classic 1996 film about the exploits of heroin addicts in Edinburgh, based on the novel by the provocative writer Irvine Welsh, is getting the sequel treatment. Welsh published his own sequel, Porno, in 2002, which saw some returning characters move into the adult film business, and now Boyle’s getting in on the act (as in, he's making a sequel, not mucky movies, as far as we know). There aren't a massive amount of facts for fans to feast on just yet, but in case you want to get up to speed... here’s everything we know so far.

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Director Nicolas Winding Refn Tells All About Working With Tom Hardy And Ryan Gosling In Cult Movies 'Bronson' And 'Drive'

Nicolas Winding Refn is one of today's bravest, coolest and most visionary film-makers. His CV includes the indisputable modern classic Drive, the film that rocked Cannes two years ago Only God Forgives and 2008's Bronson, a brutal black comedy based on the life of Charles Bronson - arguably the UK's most dangerous prisoner - that features a still jaw-dropping performance from Tom Hardy. As the Danish director prepares to attend a special screening of Bronson tonight (September 2) in London, NME took the opportunity to look back at the brilliant film with him

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5 Ridiculously Entertaining Reasons To Go And See Jack Whitehall's 'The Bad Education Movie'

Following three hugely popular series on BBC Three, Jack Whitehall's Bad Education has been given an Inbetweeners-style film spin-off. In typical sitcom movie style, it takes a bunch of characters fans already know and love and plonks them in a slightly more exotic setting, as Whitehall's unconventional schoolteacher Alfie Wickers escorts his favourite class from Watford's fictional Abbey Grove comprehensive on a post-GCSEs jaunt to Cornwall. But The Bad Education Movie is no half-baked cash-in; here are five reasons why it's worth a trip to the cinema this weekend.

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13 Painfully Awkward TV Interviews With Film Stars That Will Make You Cringe - Watch

Discussing his new movie The Intern with a Radio Times journalist recently, Robert De Niro took badly to the 'negative inference' of questions about whether it’s hard for him to avoid slipping into autopilot on set after so many years acting. Eventually he simply left the interview, telling the interviewer, "I'm not doing it, darling." Here are some other cringe-tastic movie star chats – be prepared to watch most of them through your fingers…

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