• Ralph Fiennes in the frame for Miss Trunchbull in Netflix's 'Matilda' musical
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    Tom Beasley

    Ralph Fiennes in the frame for Miss Trunchbull in Netflix's 'Matilda' musical

    'Matilda' could be bringing in Voldemort actor Ralph Fiennes to take on another iconic villain.

  • Dove Cameron wants to play Gwen Stacy in the MCU 'if she was an equal match for Tom Holland’s Spidey'
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    Rebecca April May

    Dove Cameron wants to play Gwen Stacy in the MCU 'if she was an equal match for Tom Holland’s Spidey'

    Descendants 3 star Dove Cameron wants to play Gwen Stacy opposite Tom Holland on screen.

  • Why it took 10 years to get a 'Zombieland' sequel
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    Kevin Polowy

    Why it took 10 years to get a 'Zombieland' sequel

    "Zombieland: Double Tap" director Ruben Fleischer gives us the scoop on new sequel from his edit bay.

  • 11 most miscast movie roles of all time
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    Yahoo Movies UK Staff

    11 most miscast movie roles of all time

    Lights, camera, awkward!

  • BAFTAs 2017: The biggest snubs and surprises
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    Mike P Williams

    BAFTAs 2017: The biggest snubs and surprises

    With awards season in full swing, it was the turn of the Brits last night to take their time in the limelight at the 70th EE British Academy Film Awards last night. Who were the big winners and losers of the night?

  • BAFTA bosses are very concerned about a deluge of anti-Trump speeches
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    Gregory Wakeman

    BAFTA bosses are very concerned about a deluge of anti-Trump speeches

    The current political climate is so tribal and partisan that it has encouraged Hollywood’s finest to use the platform awards season affords them to voice their views. If recent speeches at the Golden Globes and SAG awards are anything to go by, anti-Trump sentiments are likely to pepper the upcoming BAFTA Awards on February 12, and it’s now been revealed that organisers are deeply concerned about the potential deluge of protests.

  • La La Land is the joyous, vibrant film we need in 2017
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    Ben Skipper

    La La Land is the joyous, vibrant film we need in 2017

    In pole position for this year’s prize is ‘La La Land’, a film arriving as much-needed respite following the many shocks, horrors and uncertainties of 2016. ‘La La Land’ is a mug of hot chocolate after getting caught in a sleet storm. It’s a sincere homage to a bygone Hollywood era, and so there are certainly similarities to be drawn with another Oscar-winner – ‘The Artist’, but none favour the 2012 Best Picture winner. What undoes Michel Hazanavicius’ well-meaning ode to silent movies is its knowing winks, and a single line of illusion-cracking dialogue. ‘La La Land’ by contrast is a wholehearted and true resurrection of a long-forgotten form which pays tribute in all the right ways, but is contemporary also, making the genre work for modern audiences but never trampling its legacy.