Flashback Friday: Tyler Posey
We talked to the teen heartthrob about howling, werewolves and those awkward grooming moments…
Flashback Friday: Jamie Campbell Bower
Before The Mortal Instruments star was getting down at ComiCon, Jamie Campbell Bower talked to Wonderland about young fame, Anna Friel and Twilight.
One Broke Girl – Beth Behrs
Stunning American actress Beth Behrs has been acting since a very young age. Having learnt her craft treading the boards of theatre, the 26 year old has been on screens since 2009 and landed the role of rich-girl-who-looses-everything Caroline Channing in E4’s hit new American import, Two Broke Girls. Joined on screen by Kat Dennings […]
Interviewing Martha Marcy May Marlene’s director Sean Durkin
Elizabeth “sister-of-the-twins” Olsen plays the titular character in intense drama Martha Marcy May Marlene that is released in cinemas today.
War Horse – Jeremy Irvine
Steven Spielberg’s latest, War Horse, sees the veteran filmmaker returning to his classic heartfelt best. A tale of friendship, adventure and bravery, War Horse (based on the novel by Michael Morpurgo) is the story of Joey – a young colt from Devon who is sold into the armed forces in World War I and chronicles […]
Shame – Steve McQueen and Michael Fassbender
“Shame” is the haunting new film from director Steve McQueen, giving an unflinching account of one man’s spiraling descent into sex addiction in New York. Michael Fassbender (reunited with McQueen following “Hunger”, 2008) plays protagonist Brandon Sullivan whose addiction threatens to derail his entire life, while his situation is complicated by the arrival of his […]
THE ARTIST – Uggie
The Oscars are on the horizon and one of the most talked about films generating Awards buzz is “The Artist”. Directed by Michel Hazanavicius, the romantic film stars Jean Dujardin and Bérénice Bejo and celebrates the forgotten beauty of silent cinema. The two leads share the screen with Uggie (winner of the “Palm Dog Award” […]
RESOLUTIONS: Drew Droege
LA based actor and performer, Drew Droege, has built up a cult online following with his uncanny YouTube incarnation of actress/designer/hipster Chloe Sevigny, dictating her latest plans and obsessions.
Directing The Dragon: David Fincher Q&A
Acclaimed film director, David Fincher, follows up 2010’s Facebook profiler “The Social Network” with action thriller “The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo”. Returning to the grittier content that first caught our attention in films such as “Se7en” and “Fight Club”, Fincher’s vision of celebrated author Stieg Larsson’s crime drama is nail bitingly tense, absorbingly complex […]
It’s Olly Murs, In Case You Didn’t Know
As a former contestant on The X Factor, Olly Murs knows better than most what it is like to perform on that famous stage. As a result, Murs became an inspired choice to present ITV2’s sister show The Xtra Factor this year where – alongside co-presenter Caroline Flack – he delivers irreverent humour, interviews the […]
Laughter Is The Best Medicine – Q+A Seth Rogen
Comedian, actor, producer and director Seth Rogen got his first acting gig on the Judd Apatow produced TV show “Freaks and Geeks” back in the 90’s. Going on to star in many of Apatow’s feature films (middle aged chastity outing “The 40 Year Old Virgin” in 2005, pregnancy drama “Knocked Up” in 2007, and stand-up […]
Somber Soundscapes – Worship Q&A
The atmospheric sounds of Berkshire band Worship have already garnered attention and praise from national press and Radio 1 – even though they have only released their debut single today. The fourpiece – consisting of Tim Alexander (vocals), James Johnson (guitar), Tom Mayo (drums) and Jordan Fish (bass) – have created a tapestry of moody, […]
Screen Shots & Sheepskin Rugs: Interview with Lewis Smithingham
New York based film director, Lewis Smithingham was in the UK last week to showcase his latest video short, “My Mother The Flatiron” as part of the annual Raindance Film Festival in London. Born in the UK and brought up both here and in the States, Smithingham – who has grown from music documenter to […]
Artful Eye: Boyd Holbrook
Actor, director and scriptwriter, Boyd Holbrook, features in the current issue of Wonderland Magazine as part of our “LA Story” feature (curated by photographer Paul Jasmin) where he shares his film making experiences with us. On top of his involvement in the acting world, Holbrook has also worked under photographer David Armstrong and is also […]
Nero’s New Reality
Londoners Daniel Stephens and Joe Ray are the duo behind dubstep/drum ‘n’ bass outfit Nero, who first came to prominence last year with their single “Me & You”.
How the indie stars kept their cool and found a thundering new sound on latest album Ritual.
British based, Tel Aviv born, Ron Arad talks to us through his retrospective at New Yorks Museum Of Modern Art.