Blake Lively

A Simple Favour

By Hannah Woodhead

Hollywood funny guy Paul Feig tries his hand at something a little different with this fizzy comedy thriller.

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Why sharks remain cinema’s most terrifying antagonists

By James Luxford

From Jaws to The Shallows, what is it about these prehistoric ocean predators that induces such raw fear?

Jaume Collet-Serra: ‘If I was in that situation, I would die in two seconds’

By Adam Nayman

The Spanish genre master on directing The Shallows, working with SFX and why Orphan is so funny.

The Shallows

By Adam Nayman

Blake Lively hits the surf and gets carved in this schlocky, seriously entertaining shark movie with attitude.

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