Series 1

Programme 1

In the first episode we catch up with Daniel Craig and see if he is up to scratch in his third outing as Bond, James Bond in 'Skyfall'. We meet up with stand-up comedian, Ross Noble to chat about his big screen debut as a psychotic killer clown in the horror-comedy, 'Stitches'. We check out the brand new American teen comedy, 'Fun Size' starring Victoria Justice and we talk with award-winning cinematographer, Seamus McGarvey as he tells us about his work on films such as, 'Avengers Assemble', 'Atonement' and 'Anna Karenina'.

Programme 2

This week Angela Scanlon meets up with man of the moment Chris O'Dowd and the lovely ladies of The Sapphires to talk about their eponymous Aussie musical comedy; Louise Heraghty chats to Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston ahead of the release of his brand new film, Argo; we go behind the scenes on the set of new Irish movie Standby starring Mad Men's Jessica Paré and the latest member of the Gleeson family to step into spotlight, Brian Gleeson; and we shine a critical light on the new Chris Pine/Elizabeth Banks drama, People Like Us.

Programme 3

In this week's episode of The Movie Show, we delve into all things Twilight. With the upcoming release of the final installment of the saga looming, we take a look back on the series to this point and discuss what we can expect from the final film, Breaking Dawn - Part 2. Daniella Moyles chats to two of the stars of Twilight, Kellan Lutz and Nikki Reed, and also meets up with some of the nation's biggest Twihards to find out what it is about the supernatural love story that they just can't get enough of.
If teenage vampires don't tickle your fancy, fear not, Angela Scanlon will be going to meet top Irish visual effects artists, Team FX, Louise Hearaghty has exclusive interview with Oscar nominee, Saoirse Ronan and 'Nordy' Eoghan Doherty will join Eoghan and Mairead to review brand new releases The Master, starring Joaquin Phoenix, and Aussie-comedy, Mental.

Programme 4

Rob Ross catches up with Bradley Cooper to talk about his new movie Silver Linings Playbook, Eoghan Mc Dermott talks grand larceny and Gambit with Colin Firth and Cameron Diaz in London and our reviewers take a look at both these films. Also up for review is End of Watch - starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Michael Pena and Anna Kendrick - in which two young officers are marked for death after confiscating money and firearms from the gang members during a routine traffic stop.

Programme 5

In this week's episode of The Movie Show, Angela Scanlon heads off to the premiere of brand new animated Christmas-themed flick, Rise of the Guardians and chats to two of the actors who have lent their vocal talents to the film, Isla Fisher and Chris Pine. In keeping with all things animation, Daniella Moyles meets up with the Oscar-nominated team behind The Secret of Kells, Cartoon Saloon, as they continue work on their next big project, Song of the Sea. Pat Shortt is also their to speak about his role in the film. Daniella also meets up with the star and director of brand new black comedy, Sightseers, in the unusual setting of a campervan. Resident reviewers, Eoghan McDermott and Karla Zambra, also drop in to discuss the aforementioned, Rise of the Guardians and Sightseers, as well as Clint Eastwood and Justin Timberlake's new baseball movie, Trouble with the Curve.

Programme 6

In this week's episode, reviewer, Roe McDermott chats to with Colin Farrell and Martin McDonagh ahead of the release of their brand new film, Seven Psychopaths. Angela Scanlon quite literally catches up with actress/writer Sharon Horgan in London to talk about her career. Roe and 'Nordy' Eoghan Doherty are also in studio to discuss this week's latest releases with Eoghan and Mairead including the aforementioned, Seven Psychopaths, Russell Crowe action flick, The Man with the Iron Fists and Hugh Laurie-fronted indie comedy, The Oranges.

Programme 7

This week on, The Movie Show, Eoghan chats to Academy Award winning director Ang Lee ahead of the release of his new film, Life of Pi, Karla Zambra speaks to Hobbit star, Aiden Turner and Jack Reacher writer, Lee Child. Mairead meets up with Irish stunt men, Brendan and Tony Condren to see if she has what it takes to make it in the world of stunt driving. Rob Ross catches up with Oscar nominee, Kristen Sheridan to talk all about her new teen improv drama, Dollhouse. Karla is also in studio to discuss and dissect some of the biggest Christmas releases including the aforementioned, Life of Pi, Jack Reacher and The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.

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