• The biggest box office hits and misses of 2019
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    Tom Beasley

    The biggest box office hits and misses of 2019

    It has been an exciting year of movies big and small, but which ones flew highest and which ones crashed and burned?

  • Ranking the comic book movies of 2019
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    Tom Beasley

    Ranking the comic book movies of 2019

    2019 has been another bumper year in the world of big screen superheroes. But which spandex-clad heroes flew highest?

  • The most incredible actor transformations of 2019
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    Tom Beasley

    The most incredible actor transformations of 2019

    Some of Hollywood's most famous faces are willing to conceal themselves to produce cinematic gold.

  • 'Hellboy' director Neil Marshall says comic book movies are 'pure cinema' (exclusive)
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    Tom Beasley

    'Hellboy' director Neil Marshall says comic book movies are 'pure cinema' (exclusive)

    The director of 'Hellboy' says it was wrong for Martin Scorsese to 'segregate' comic book movies away from the rest of cinema.

  • Official Film Chart 14th August 2019
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    Official Charts Company

    Official Film Chart 14th August 2019

    Tim Burton’s live-action Dumbo hovers in the Number 1 spot for a second consecutive week, more than doubling the sales of its closest competitor. Keeping Captain Marvel (2) and Shazam! (3) at bay, the re-make of the Disney classic sees Michael Keaton and Danny DeVito reunite with Tim Burton; the trio last worked together on Batman Returns in 1992. Hellboy (2019) is the week’s highest new entry based on just two days’ worth of digital downloads alone. A reboot of Mike Mignola’s graphic novel, this action-fantasy sees anti-hero Hellboy caught between the supernatural and human worlds and forced to battle an ancient sorceress hell-bent on revenge. The film stars Stranger Things’ David Harbour as the eponymous character. Former chart topper Alita: Battle Angel drops one place to Number 5, while animated adventure Missing Link enters the Top 10 for the first time following its release on disc; zooming up 16 places to Number 6. Aquaman treads water at Number 7; Mary Poppins Returns drops two places to Number 8; Spider-man: Into The Spider-Verse falls one to 9. Finally, A Star Is Born returns to the Top 10 at Number 10. On this week’s Official Film Chart online show, see an exciting featurette of Marvel’s record-breaking box office smash Avengers: Endgame, available to Download & Keep from August 19. The action-packed superhero film was recently announced as the highest-grossing film of all-time and is a strong contender for Number 1 on the Official Film Chart upon release.

  • Why Guillermo del Toro is done with comic-book movies
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    Gregory Wakeman

    Why Guillermo del Toro is done with comic-book movies

    Oscar-winning director Guillermo del Toro has revealed why he isn’t interested in directing any more comic-book movies.

  • 'Hellboy' star David Harbour explains the film's post-credit scenes
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    Rebecca April May

    'Hellboy' star David Harbour explains the film's post-credit scenes

    Read more: The Hellboy reboot is ‘ridiculously gory’ The first of which comes pre-credits, at the end of the film, and is set in Siberia.

  • David Harbour: Millie Bobby Brown and I argue 'like father-daughter' on 'Stranger Things' set
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    Rebecca April May

    David Harbour: Millie Bobby Brown and I argue 'like father-daughter' on 'Stranger Things' set

    “I care about her a lot and I think she’s making some good decisions and some bad decisions," says Harbour.