Tag archive for "Irish"


Carlton Advertising Rebrands as Wide Eye Media

Comments Off 06 March 2014

If you're an Irish cinema goer then you've probably seen the Carlton logo and their "sting"

The company, however, is undergoing a rebranding and will now be known as "Wide Eye Media"

And here's the new "sting" that we'll all get to see in Irish cinemas:

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The Guard Gets Renamed For French Release

Comments Off 08 January 2012

The Guard, which is probably going to be the most successful Irish film in the last couple of years, has been released in France under the title "L'irlandais".

It makes sense, as The Guard wouldn't mean a lot to French audiences.

Here's the poster:

L'Irlandais - The Guard French Poster

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Phantom Menace Back In 3D

Comments Off 21 December 2011

Irish actor Liam Neeson in Star Wars The Phantom Menace

Irish actor Liam Neeson in Star Wars The Phantom Menace

It looks like they've found yet another way to milk some more profits out of the Star Wars franchise.

We've had multiple cuts of the original films, a series of prequels that explained the origins of the myth to a new generation of viewers.

We've had bluray.. now we have 3D cinema re-releases.

The first one is out in February 2012

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Irish Director Jim Sheridan’s Dream House

Comments Off 28 November 2011

Jim Sheridan

Image via Wikipedia

Irish director Jim Sheridan is probably best known for films like My Left Foot or In The Name of the Father.

His most recent film, which got a very negative review in this weekend's Sunday Business Post is much more commercial and stars Daniel Craig and Rachel Wiesz.

Dream House is a horror - but with this film it's pretty clear that the horror refers not only to the film's genre but the film itself.  According to the LA Times, Sheridan was so unhappy with the cut that the studio released that he wanted his name removed from it!

Even the trailer (below) was met with negative reception, as it gives away more of the film's plot and twists than many would be comfortable with

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