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Daniel Kaluuya, the breakout star of hit horror movie Get Out, has revealed he wasn't invited to the film's world premiere.
Irvine Welsh has said that he wants to get cracking on a third Trainspotting movie before the movie's stars are all 'in a rest home'.
Sacha Baron Cohen has said that he's done with elaborate disguises, after he found himself in serious hot water during the making of Borat Subsequent Moviefilm.
Despite the famously erratic decision-making making the winners hard to predict, Clarisse Loughrey goes through her predictions and hopes for this year’s ceremony
From Sia’s controversial autism film to the decision to celebrate the ‘hilarious comedy’ that was Get Out, here are the silliest, weirdest and plain worst of the Golden Globes
From that infamous James Cameron dig to Ricky Gervais’s run-ins with Mel Gibson, here are some of the best gags in recent Globes history
French actor Gerard Depardieu has been charged with rape and sexual assault after authorities revived a 2018 investigation that was dropped, the Paris prosecutor's office said. The office said Depardieu was not detained when he was handed the preliminary charges on 16 December last year. The Paris prosecutor's office has addressed the charges after the case was leaked to French media.
The big question for cinema operators and audiences alike since the pandemic began is: when will the Bond film actually come out? Well, it looks like it's finally time for No Time To Die, with the roadmap making its October release date “much more of a certainty, which is really exciting,” says Phil Clapp, chief executive of the UK Cinema Association. “A Bond film is a big film in any year, but it has so much symbolism for our industry in the current climate, and it looks like it’ll be one of the first major studio releases in 2021.” Clapp says the roadmap, under which cinemas can potentially reopen with social distancing on May 17, and in full on June 21, gives the industry hope. “It’s great to have some dates to aim for, and we’re keen to get more information on the safety measures that cinemas will need to continue to adopt until that broader unlock in June.” Those measures do make a big difference to financial viability, he points out, particularly social distancing and capacity limits. “We represent a broad range of cinemas, from Odeon and Vue to the smaller venues. The ability of the latter to deliver social distancing and manage the flow of customers in a small building is more limited.” However, he points out that cinemas developed a good strategy of Covid-safe measures last year, including enhanced cleaning, restrictions around food and drink, and face masks. “Coming out of lockdown in May, some of those might still be a medium-term requirement, like face coverings. But it’s all about striking that balance so we’re keeping people safe, but the requirements aren’t so onerous that it’s not economically viable to reopen.” It has been a frustration, he notes, that studios have mainly decided not to release films “on the basis of global sales, being led by cinemas on the East Coast and West Coast of America and so on. But we’ve just heard that the governor of New York plans to reopen cinemas there in the middle of March. There’s a gradual unlock taking place worldwide, which adds to the industry's confidence. We should see the return of that supply line of major studio titles, and then people are back into the cinema-going habit. We can see the prize now - it’s just about getting from here to there.”
The Best Director line-up showed signs of progress, but this year’s Golden Globes nominations were otherwise wacky, writes Adam White
The UK's leading association for cinemas has said that it's 'disappointed' in its placing in the government's road map for re-opening the country as coronavirus lockdown measures ease.
While it's hard to imagine anyone else playing Finn in the recent Star Wars trilogy, actors other than John Boyega were in the running.
Christopher Nolan and Zack Snyder's wife, producer Deborah Snyder, told the Justice League director not to go and see Joss Whedon's finished version of the movie.
Harry Shearer, who has voiced Dr. Julius Hibbert in The Simpsons since the show's inception, is to stop voicing the chuckling physician.
James Earl Jones will celebrate his 90th birthday Sunday with his favorite cake and a big wish for the world in the year ahead.
Fans are reeling over the mixed bag of films and TV shows nominated for this year’s awards ceremony
Woody Allen has said that the makers of new HBO documentary series Allen v. Farrow 'had no interest in the truth', branding the project 'a hatchet job riddled with falsehoods'.