Rob Delaney and Ellie Kemper were content to become punching bags for the slapstick of Home Sweet Home Alone, with Delaney stating that kind of on-screen punishment is a "rare privilege". The comics portray married couple Jeff and Pam in the movie, who break into the home of Archie Yates's youngster Max after he is left behind by his family. Home Sweet Home Alone is available to stream on Disney+ now.
Home Sweet Home Alone director Dan Mazer says it was "absolutely petrifying" to reboot such a beloved franchise with his new movie. The British filmmaker has worked extensively with Sacha Baron Cohen on his risky undercover comedies — including last year's occasionally terrifying Borat Subsequent Moviefilm — but said taking on a perennial Christmas classic was just as scary. Home Sweet Home Alone is available to stream on Disney+ now.
Aisling Bea says Home Sweet Home Alone star Archie Yates was like "a mini Tom Cruise" who did all of his own stunts, suggesting the Mission: Impossible producers could come knocking. Yates plays pre-teen Max in the movie, who has to defend his home from burglars — played by Rob Delaney and Ellie Kemper — after his family inadvertently leave him behind. Home Sweet Home Alone is available to stream on Disney+ now.
Dopesick chronicles the chilling chain of events that led to one of the most destructive drug crises to strike at the heart of America - the opioid epidemic. Dopesick will premiere in the UK with two episodes on Disney+ Day, 12 November, with new episodes releasing on Wednesdays.
This immense new LEGO model is massive in size and detail, paying homage to the gigantic vehicles in the film. It features 6,785 pieces, a movable head, spinning guns, adjustable legs, and side panels that open to reveal amazingly detailed interiors.
In a week when Bridgerton star Phoebe Dynevor has been launching her first ever feature film, The Colour Room, and scooped an award - she was named Breakthrough Talent at the Harper’s Bazaar Women Of The Year Awards – you’d think she’d have enough to think about. But there’s something else on the horizon that promises to be equally big. The return of the Netflix period drama that shot her to fame at the end of last year. The Colour Room is released in cinemas and on Sky Cinema on 12 November.
For Phoebe Dynevor, her new film The Colour Room marks a couple of significant firsts. It’s the Bridgerton star’s first ever feature film and her first lead in a movie. And, as soon as she received the script, she realised the role of revolutionary ceramics designer Clarice Cliff had her name all over it. The Colour Room is released in cinemas and on Sky Cinema on 12 November.
Kumail Nanjiani said the scene he was most anxious for in Eternals was not a high-stakes superhero fight, but a colourful Bollywood dance number. The movie introduces Nanjiani's superhero character Kingo as a star of Indian cinema, leading a complex dance sequence in his opening scene. Eternals is in IMAX and cinemas from 5 November.
Richard Madden has said he is proud to be the first Scottish superhero in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, with his work in Eternals. The 35-year-old, born in Renfrewshire, plays the all-powerful Ikaris — capable of flight and firing energy beams from his eyes — in Chloe Zhao's movie, and was able to use his natural accent for the part. Eternals is in IMAX and cinemas from 5 November.
Kit Harington found it "surreal" to film scenes for Marvel blockbuster Eternals in Camden and elsewhere in London, within miles of his home and his local pub. Part of the first act of Chloe Zhao's epic superhero adventure takes place in and around Camden, as Kit Harington's Dane Whitman and his secretly-super girlfriend Sersi (Gemma Chan) are attacked by a monstrous Deviant. Eternals is in IMAX and cinemas from 5 November.
Kit Harington, Gemma Chan, Richard Madden, Salma Hayek and Kumail Nanjiani, the stars of Marvel Studios' Eternals, share their experiences of keeping movie secrets. Eternals is in UK cinemas from 5 November.
Last Night In Soho writer, Krysty Wilson-Cairns, has revealed how she literally put herself into Edgar Wright’s latest film – in more ways than one. The screenwriter, who was Oscar-nominated for 1917, described how a part-time job from the days when she was an aspiring writer inspired scenes in the film. Last Night In Soho arrives in UK cinemas on 29 October.
Edgar Wright doesn’t do things by halves. In his new horror/thriller, Last Night In Soho, he brought the revolutionary 60s back to life, with the help of three acting icons from the decade – Dame Diana Rigg (in her last film role), Terence Stamp and Rita Tushingham. The Cornetto Trilogy director cast them all in key roles and, in an exclusive interview for Yahoo, revealed how he became close friends with Diana Rigg during the making of the film. Last Night In Soho arrives in UK cinemas on 29 October.
James Marsden says he had to build a makeshift studio like a 'bedroom fort' with mattresses to keep the engine running on Boss Baby 2 while under lockdown. The Boss Baby 2: Family Business is in UK cinemas from 22 October.
James Marsden stars in The Boss Baby 2 and hopes to return for a third film. He says it took 15 years for a sequel to Enchanted to come along, so 'never say never' is always his philosophy. The Boss Baby 2: Family Business is in UK cinemas from 22 October.
Tom Hardy says he was prepared to "fully acknowledge and take on board" the criticism of the first Venom movie when making sequel Venom: Let There Be Carnage. The 2018 movie scored an impressive global box office haul of $856m (£632m), but was mercilessly mauled by film reviewers. Venom: Let There Be Carnage will be released only in cinemas from 15 October.
Andy Serkis says there was never a chance of Venom: Let There Be Carnage receiving an R-rating and that there would have been "no point" in aiming for the higher certificate. There was some speculation about the sequel potentially pushing its violence a little further, with producer Matt Tolmach saying in 2019 that a harsher rating was being considered. Venom: Let There Be Carnage will be released only in cinemas from 15 October.
New animated film Ron's Gone Wrong addresses our obsession with technology, particular how it impacts children. We asked two of its stars about their own experiences with technology as a parent. Ron's Gone Wrong opens in cinemas on 15 October.
Twenty-five years after a streak of brutal murders shocked the quiet town of Woodsboro, a new killer has donned the Ghostface mask and begins targeting a group of teenagers to resurrect secrets from the town’s deadly past. Neve Campbell (“Sidney Prescott”), Courteney Cox (“Gale Weathers”) and David Arquette (“Dewey Riley”) return to their iconic roles in Scream alongside Melissa Barrera, Kyle Gallner, Mason Gooding, Mikey Madison, Dylan Minnette, Jenna Ortega, Jack Quaid, Marley Shelton, Jasmin Savoy Brown, and Sonia Ammar. Scream is exclusively in cinemas 14 January, 2022.
Don Cheadle says Marvel fans will be "very surprised" by the storytelling direction of his upcoming Disney+ series Armor Wars. The 56-year-old star will reprise his role as James Rhodes — aka War Machine — in the series, which has tapped stand-up comedian Yassir Lester to act as head writer and exec producer. No Sudden Move is released on Digital Download and Sky Cinema and NOW on 10 October.
Ray Liotta says American culture's obsession with the actions of horrible people ensures that the crime movie will always be at the forefront of Hollywood. The Goodfellas leading man returns to the genre this week with Steven Soderbergh thriller No Sudden Move, in which a group of small-time crooks find that a routine job is actually part of a much larger conspiracy. No Sudden Move is released on Digital Download and Sky Cinema and NOW on 10 October.
Amy Seimetz, who plays Harbour's wife and mother of his kids, said Soderbergh works with a "wonderful efficiency" as a result of his many roles on the set. "There's a little bit of anxiety when you're an actor with the way that he shoots where you're like 'am I getting it correct?' because he shoots like one or two takes," she said. No Sudden Move is released on Digital Download and Sky Cinema and NOW on 10 October.