This year’s BFI London Film Festival draws to a close today with the UK premiere of Three Billboards Outside of Ebbing, Missouri.
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.
Loads to talk about in this week’s That A Wrap podcast with Angie Greaves including, did you know Bruce Springsteen recorded a song for the first Harry Potter film?
Plus, my thoughts on Denzel Washington and Viola Davis’s new film Fences (delighted she won the BAFTA).
Of course there’s also all the usual news including John Grisham’s latest thriller, Thandie Newton’s possible Star Wars role and the return to the UK of R&B stars En Vogue.
We may be getting close to the festive season, but Angie Greaves and I still have plenty of entertainment news to discuss.
This week we’re chatting about a new tour from two music icons, David Tennant’s latest role and Woody Harrelson’s intriguing new project.
Plus there’s news on some hip hop stars joining the cast of The Simpsons, Emma Stone’s turn as one of cinema’s most iconic villains and Paul McCartney rereleasing one of his classic albums.
Every week I get sent lots of content for the site that I just don’t have time to post straight away.
So from now on, every week I’ll post a weekly catch-up containing everything I didn’t have time to post earlier.
This week I’ve got trailers for Now You See Me 2 and Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children as well as the new poster for David Brent: Life on the Road, Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling promising to be “not that nice” and lots more…
Don’t worry if you missed last night’s Mockingjay Part 2 UK premiere, because you can watch the best bits right here!
Lionsgate and Google are joining forces for a special app to celebrate the UK premiere of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2.