Director Christoper Nolan is curating a special season of films at BFI Southbank to mark the release of his latest, Dunkirk.
Here’s our first look at Lena Headey and Iain Glen in new drama The Flood.
The first ever book of Doctor Who poetry will be released later this year, featuring illustrations by former showrunner Russell T Davies.
Here’s our first official look at Daisy Ridley as Ophelia in her new film of the same name.
Martin Freeman is heading back to the London stage to star in the world premiere of a new play about the Labour Party.
He’ll be joined in Labour of Love by recent BAFTA-winner Sarah Lancashire.
David Tennant does not look happy in the first still from his new film, Bad Samaritan.
Stockard Channing is to tread the boards in London.
The actress, best known for her roles in Grease and The West Wing, will lead the cast of a new production of Apologia.
Here’s another film I think will feature come awards season – Hugh Jackman’s The Greatest Showman.
It’s a musical about the godfather of the modern circus, PT Barnum, and co-stars Michelle Williams, Zac Efron and Zendaya.
Rob Brydon, Daniel Mays and Rupert Graves star in new British comedy, Swimming with Men.
- I’m calling it now, I think Battle of the Sexes will be one of this year’s Oscar contenders.
Steve Carell and Emma Stone star as real life tennis players Bobby Riggs and Billie Jean King who played one another in a special tennis match in 1973.