Macbeth – new images

Ahead of its big world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival later this month some new images from Macbeth have been released.

The film stars Michael Fassbender as the lead with Marion Cotillard as his scheming wife – neither of them are looking too happy in the pictures…

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Clips of the Week – May 4

This week’s selection of new trailers Include Emma Stone, Brdley Cooper, Bruce Willis, Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron and more.

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GoT’s Littlefinger promotes new film

Aiden Gillen, best known as Game of Thrones’ Peter Baelish, will be promoting his new film in London next week.

Gillen stars in Still which is a London-set thriller about a man whose life starts to disintegrate after a seemingly harmless collision with a local teenager.

The cast also includes Amanda Mealing.

Gillen will be at the Apple Store on Regent Street on May 6.

Sesame Street does…The Avengers

Following hot on the heels of their recent Game of Throns parody, Sesame Street has now turned its attention to the Avengers.

In Avengers: Age of Bon Bon, Cookie Monster stars as Dr Brownie who joins Onion Man, Captain Americauliflower, Mighty Corn, Black Bean Widow and Zucchin-Eye, to take down villain Bon Bon’s cookie ship in order to save the world.

It’s Blockbuster season

It’s that time of year again – the weather’s getting warmer, the night’s are getting longer, so it’s the perfect time to go and sit in a dark room and spend two hours watching a movie. And it’s the perfect time of year in term of film releases because Avengers: Age of Ultron has heralded the start of Blockbuster Season 2015. Unlike spring, summer, winter etc this season tends to have something for everyone from Iron Man and co saving to the world to Channing Tatum taking it all off in Magic Mike XXL to Pixar’s latest, Inside Out. Here’s some films to watch out for over the coming months.

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It’s The Muppet Show…?

A few weeks ago news broke the American TV channel ABC was considering brining The Muppets back to the small screen.

They had asked producers Bill Prady and Bob Kushell to put together a ‘pilot presentation’ which was rumoured to be along the lines of the gang working on a late-night talk show.

Now more details about the planned series, which looks like it will be given the greenlight, have emerged.

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