Here’s the first look at Netflix’s forthcoming The Dark Crystal sequel.
We saw a teaser during Comic-Con, but now a proper trailer for Steven Spielberg’s take on Ready Player One is here.
Warner Broa debuted over four minutes of footage from Justice League at Comic-Con.
I dunno, I’m still not hugely excited for this film…
I’ve been looking forward to to for a while…at last we have a first look at Steven Spielberg’s next film Ready Player One.
In this week’s That’s A Wrap podcast, Angie Greaves and I take a look at the films that could be competing at the 2018 Oscars.
Could we see Harry Styles at the Academy Awards with Dunkirk? I also tip new films starring Matt Damon, Jennifer Lawrence, Brie Larson and Hugh Jackman to feature.
There’s news on the official Dreamgirls soundtrack with Amber Riley, how you can be taught comedy by Steve Martin, Miranda Hart’s new children’s book and my thoughts on Logan – Hugh Jackman’s final film as Wolverine.
Plus we’re talking about Trolls 2 with Justin Timberlake and Anna Kendrick, The Good Fight heads to the UK, congratulations to Kenneth Branagh, a star from The Crown is set for a Mission: Impossible and Liam Neeson and Viola Davis look set to pair up on screen.
Angie Greaves and I are back once again with all our showbiz news in a brand new podcast.
And now we have an official title: That’s A Wrap!
This week we’re covering everything from Tom Cruise to Beyonce and Jay-Z to the forthcoming Prince memorial concert and new books from some of Team GB’s golden Olympians.
Fancy being a part of Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of Ready Player One? Well you can – or at least your 3D Avatar can.
It looks like Simon Pegg is set to join the cast of Ready Player One with the actor said to be in talks to join the cast.
The UK premiere of Star Wars: The Force Awakens has been confirmed for Wednesday December 16. it will take place at a central London location, with the exact venue still tba.
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.