Jake Gyllenhaal, Carey Mulligan and Robert Pattinson are all due at the second day of the London Film Festival.
It’s another That’s A Wrap entertainment news podcast with Angie Greaves and me.
This week we’ve got everything covered.
In book news, we’re talking about Jamie Lee Curtis’s anti-selfie book, Michael Stipe’s photo book and Kevin Hart’s tale of life lessons.
Loads of old Downton Abbey stars are joining forces once again for a new film called The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society. Plus, Brie Larson is playing the first women to run for US President (not Hillary), but Amy Schumer’s dropped out of the Barbie movie.
A former Loose Woman is heading to the stage on London, Jessie Wallace is starring in a new stage thriller, and the Mean Girls musical will premiere in Washington DC.
And Carey Mulligan’s returning to TV for the BBC and Rob Lowe and his sons are on the hunt for the unexplained…
This week’s podcast is packed full of news including my thoughts on George Clooney and Julia Roberts in Money Monster, a new film about the Obama’s’ first date, Nicole Kidman working on a vampire movie and what next for Daniel Craig.
It’s the annual Academy of Motion Pictures, Arts and Sciences’ Governor’s Awards on Hollywood on Saturday where the heat and the good come out to celebrate those who are receiving special awards – and begin their own trail to the Oscars ceremony in February.
The 59th BFI London Film Festival finally begins in Leicester Square this evening with the UK premiere of Suffragette.
This morning the BFI London Film Festival announced its line-up for 2015. While there was. Lot to look forward to, there were also some glaring omissions (does LFF not like Eddie Redmayne??).
Now I’ve had some time to digest the line-up, here’s my (and this is very subjective) list of 14 films to watch.
Today is one of my favourite days of the year – the day the BFI London Film Festival unveils its programme for 2015. The Festival consistently manages to programme most of the Best Pictures nominees every year – will 2015 be any different?
As the summer draws to a close and autumn fast approaches it’s time to say farewell to the big blockbusters and begin to prepare ourselves for the inevitable slide into awards season.
August to October is always a strange time in cinema as distributors move away from the big tent-pole movies into the more dramatic, kudos-likely fare. But, as always, there are plenty of films that are worth getting excited about.
This year’s BFI London Film Festival opening film, Sufragette, has had its UK release date moved forward.
This week features clips for some of the most highly-anticipated films of the year as well as a few that might not be on your radar yet. And Billy Boyd singing.