Harry Potter fans listen up! The best news has just flown in… The Royal Mint have announced they will be commemorating 25 years since the publication of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone with a BRAND NEW collection of UK 50p coins. They will be available to order from 9am on Thursday 20th October so…Read More
Auctioneers and collectors have been rubbing their eyes in disbelief at some of this movie memorabilia snapped up for staggering prices. From Star Wars to Harry Potter, from Grease to Godzilla, everyone, with money to invest and a love of the cinema, wants a piece of the action. Most popular and highly-prized are genuine movie…Read More
After what seems like forever, the BRAND NEW Bond film, No Time To Die, has finally been released in UK cinemas, with Bond fans up and down the country flocking to the big screen to say farewell to Daniel Craig as 007. The new film was always likely to be an epic release, with Cineworld…Read More
Over the last 80 years, DC Comics has become iconic in the world of popular culture. And in celebration of these timeless superheroes, Royal Mail have issued a series of stamps featuring everyone’s favourite DC Comics characters! The stamps feature 12 of your favourite characters including Batman, Batwoman, Robin, Batgirl, Alfred, Nightwing, The Joker, Harley Quinn, The Penguin, Poison Ivy, Catwoman and…Read More
Perhaps your favourite childhood comic, many Beano readers will now have children of their own! Beano has done something right to still be running to this day…. “I got the comic every week and to this day I still get sent the Beano Annual from my dad as a Christmas present, even at the grand…Read More
It’s been over 80 years since The Wizard of Oz was released.
There are thousands of collectables that owe their existence to the movie, but maybe the most thrilling relates to the Dorothy’s (Judy Garland) red ruby slippers. The story of these slippers is worthy of a movie in its own right.
Multi Oscar-winning Wallace and Gromit have certainly made their mark in the world of movie animation.
The Bristol-based Aardman studios are said by movie industry insiders to have grossed £1 billion world-wide. The average box office take per movie is now estimated at £130m.
Iconic movie posters are recognised as an art form in their own right and we all have our own favourites.
The images stay with us, sometimes for decades, and long after a film has lost attraction.
In the age of Netflix and online movie streaming some say the creative art of the poster is fading rapidly. But this means that original posters are inflating significantly in terms of market value.Read More