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UK cinema owners say they were shocked and frustrated by Tuesday's announcement that Disney is taking Mulan directly to Disney+ and avoiding a theatrical release entirely in any country where the service has launched. After Warner Bros’ Tenet, the Disney pic was seen as a potential saviour for cinemas as they try to get back […]
A wedding ring saved us from having to hear a goat before every episode of Nailed It!
Filming of Avatar 2 is now back up and running, and thanks to producer Jon Landau, we've got a glimpse of some of the hi-tech kit we'll be seeing.
Trolls World Tour is Number 1 for a third consecutive week on the Official Film Chart following its release across DVD, Blu-ray & 4K UHD. With 76% of its sales this week on disc, the hit animation Trolls World Tour comfortably holds its spot at the top against big competitors Frozen 2 at 2, Sonic the Hedgehog (4) and 1917 (5). Our highest new Top 10 entry comes in the form of a cinematic classic, Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope. The 1977 sci-fi blockbuster starring Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher and Harrison Ford hasn’t previously featured in the Official Film Chart, but joins the Top 10 at Number 3 this week thanks to the release of a limited edition 4k SteelBook of the film. Joker holds on at Number 6 for a third week running, and adventure-comedy Jumanji: The Next Level takes a second week at Number 7. Dolittle drops three to Number 8 as Knives Out lands at Number 9. Will Smith and Martin Lawrence’s starring roles in Bad Boys For Life clinch another week in the chart, pushed back one place to Number 10. Finally, further notable Top 20 entries come from sci-fi horror Deep Blue Sea 3, brand new at Number 12; Bruce Willis and Chad Michael Murray’s latest action thriller Survive The Night, rising six places to 13; and a boxset of Trolls and Trolls World Tour at Number 15. This week’s Official Film Chart features a sneak peek of cult classic, Flash Gordon, which is receiving a special 40th Anniversary re-release. This special collector’s edition includes the original film remastered in 4K UHD plus a poster, art cards and comic strip. The soundtrack, famously written and performed by Queen, is also included within the bundle.
Joseph Baena paid tribute to his dad Arnold Schwarzenegger on the occasion of his 73rd birthday yesterday, with a rare throwback picture.
Rather than hide from the movie’s failure, the star has cheekily embraced its status as a superhero also-ran.
News that Disney is preparing to release its remake of Mulan on the Disney+ streaming service is a potential game-changer.
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Sam Neill has made a huge claim about new film Jurassic World: Dominion, in which he’ll reprise his Jurassic Park role.The New Zealander is returning to the franchise as palaeontologist Dr Alan Grant for the first time since 2001 film Jurassic Park III.
The "Vice" and "Talledega Nights" reunion marks Adams' return to TV following "Sharp Objects" — and deepens her ties to Netflix.
Sony has bought the upcoming Whitney Houston biopic, titled "I Wanna Dance With Somebody." The studio plans to release the movie in theaters around Thanksgiving in 2022. Stella Meghie ("The Photograph") directed the film from a script by Anthony McCarten ("The Two Popes," "Bohemian Rhapsody," "The Darkest Hour"). Music producer Clive Davis is producing "I […]
Netflix has released a trailer for "Ratched," its upcoming Nurse Mildred Ratched origin story starring Sarah Paulson, which is set to premiere Sept. 18 on the streaming service. The three-minute trailer introduces Mildred (Paulson), who moves to Northern California for a job at a leading psychiatric hospital. She presents herself as a perfect delicate nurse, […]
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Harry Shearer, the voice of Mr Burns on The Simpsons, has said that actors should be able to play 'someone who they are not', and not necessarily characters of their own ethnicity.