Looks like we're heading back to the crime-plagued streets of Detroit, with news that a new Robocop movie is on the way.
According to the BBC, they'll star in the series' first episode in one of the show's 'biggest ever stories'.
Joe Alwyn will play Bob Cratchit in 'A Christmas Carol', which is being adapted by 'Peaky Blinders' creator Steven Knight.
Thrust into a citywide manhunt for a pair of cop killers, a disgraced NYPD detective uncovers a massive and unexpected conspiracy. MyMovies, feature, 2019, Drama, Suspense, Brian Kirk, Chadwick Boseman, Sienna Miller, Taylor Kitsch
Featuring Lloyd Webber's iconic music and a world-class cast of dancers under the guidance of Tony-winning choreographer Andy Blankenbuehler, the film reimagines the musical for a new generation. MyMovies, trailer, 2019, Musical, Tom Hooper, Ian McKellen, James Corden, Jennifer Hudson
Doctor Who season 12 has wrapped, and the BBC has dropped a brief teaser for Jodie Whittaker's second outing as the veteran Time Lord online.
The standalone Black Widow movie is edging closer, and now star Florence Pugh has spoken about what a special project it was for her.
Spider-Man: Far From Home finally swings its way to Number 1 on this week’s Official Film Chart. In his fourth week on chart, Spider-Man finally snares glory, snatching the Number 1 spot ahead of a big new entry from Disney. Spider-Man: Far From Home, starring Tom Holland, Samuel L. Jackson and Jake Gyllenhaal, also claims the week’s biggest hit on DVD and Blu-ray. Leader of the pack digitally, it’s a new entry for Disney’s The Lion King (2). Journeying to the African savannah where a future king is born, John Favreau’s photorealistic remake of the ‘90s animated classic, starring Donald Glover and Beyoncé, stampedes into second place on digital downloads alone. With 110,000 digital sales, The Lion King has been downloaded more times in its opening seven days than the rest of this week’s Top 40 combined, the Official Charts Company can confirm. Meanwhile, Toy Story 4 slips to Number 3, and though Paul McCartney may have been announced as Glastonbury’s 50th anniversary headliner next year, Beatlemania cools off on the Official Film Chart, as Danny Boyle rom-com Yesterday falls two places to Number 4. Aladdin is still in the game at Number 5, with Elton John biopic, Rocketman, falling one place to 6. Regaining this week is Avengers: Endgame, up one place to 7, but minor tumbles are unavoidable for The Secret Life of Pets 2 (8) and Men in Black: International (3). And finally, Christmas has arrived early as Benedict Cumberbatch’s The Grinch sneaks back into the Top 10 in time for the festive season (10). On this week’s Official Film Chart online show take a look at a clip from Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw, available to Download & Keep from Nov 22nd & to buy on DVD, Blu-ray & 4K ULTRAHD from Dec 2nd.
'Rise of Skywalker' director JJ Abrams will continue to produce the rebooted series under his Bad Robot banner, with Hawley also acting as producer.
Helena Bonham Carter says she could never understand what Rihanna said during Oceans 8