Following on from last week’s post of some suggestions of film and TV shows to watch while you’re stuck at home, I thought I’d recommend some films that you might never have seen before and are free to watch on Netflix and Amazon Prime.
As always, these are my choices, so you’re not likely yo see many horror films here, but there may be a few that will pique your interest,
Continue reading What to Watch while you’re self isolating: hidden gems
Disney has released two songs featuring Emily Blunt and Lin-Manuel Miranda fromMary Poppins Returns.
Continue reading Listen: two songs from Mary Poppins Returns
It’s a good thing you came along when you did Mary Poppins…
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Colin Firth and Julie Walters are to star in a new adaptation of The Secret Garden.
The film is being produced by David Heyman, the man behind the Harry Potter and Paddington films.
Continue reading Colin Firth, Julie Walters head to the Secret Garden
One of the best films of 2017 will be released on DVD, Blu-Ray and digital download in March.
Continue reading Take Paddington 2 home
Mary Poppins Returns and Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald are certainly two of the most anticipated films heading into cinemas in 2018.
So here are a couple of new images from other films – including another look at Jude Law as Dumbledore (still not sure about that one).
Continue reading New images from Mary Poppins Returns, Fantastic Beasts 2
Ben Whishaw, Hugh Bonneville and Hugh Grant have all been confirmed to attend the world premiere of Paddington 2.
Continue reading Whishaw, Bonneville, Grant et al due at Paddington 2 world premiere
A whole heap of new character posters have been released to promote the forthcoming Paddington 2.
Continue reading Paddington 2 – new character posters
Paddington is back in a brand new trailer for his latest film.
Continue reading Watch: Paddington 2 – new trailer
Yesterday I was lucky enough to go along to a screening of some footage from Paddington 2.
The event was introduced by Hugh Bonneville, aka Mr Brown, and featured four clips from the new film.
As always, any sequel to a film that you loved first time round always involves a bit of trepidation. Can they capture the magic again?
Well I’m glad to say that from the footage I saw yesterday, writer/director Paul King certainly has.
Continue reading Paddington 2 – footage screening thoughts