Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones

James Mangold hints that Indiana Jones 5 will take place in 1960s New York

News | Dan Cooper | 27.01.21
The director of the upcoming Indiana Jones 5 has sent out a strong hint regarding when and where we can expect to find Indy for his final adventure

Spy Kids series being ‘reimagined’, Robert Rodriguez returning

News | Dan Cooper | 27.01.21
The popular family action franchise Spy Kids is getting a reboot, and series creator Robert Rodriguez is remaining onboard to write and direct

Trailer launches for Body Brokers, starring Frank Grillo

News | Dan Cooper | 27.01.21
Frank Grillo takes his place in a smart ensemble cast in Body Brokers, an indie drama about the dark side of America’s rehab system

Save The Cinema: filming begins on upcoming movie

News | Simon Brew | 27.01.21
Sky Cinema greenlights Save The Cinema, starring Samantha Morton and Tom Felton – more details right this way

Raya & The Last Dragon: the full trailer, UK pricing details

News | Simon Brew | 27.01.21
Disney’s new animated film is heading to cinemas in March – here’s the trailer for Raya & The Last Dragon

DVD and Blu-ray release dates confirmed: up to October 2021

News | Simon Brew | 27.01.21
A glimpse at upcoming DVD and Blu-ray release dates until October 2021 – here’s what’s arriving and when

John Boyega, Robert De Niro to star in Netflix heist thriller

News | Dan Cooper | 26.01.21
How about a Formula One crime drama with John Boyega and Robert De Niro? More details right here

Tomb Raider 2: new director announced

News | Dan Cooper | 26.01.21
Ben Wheatley will no longer be directing the next Tomb Raider movie, as Misha Green is announced as the new helmer for the sequel

Spears: first trailer for new Irish thriller

News | Simon Brew | 26.01.21
Here’s the trailer for Spears, a new thriller that’s going to be heading our way later this year

Joel Kinnaman on why the Robocop remake didn’t get over with fans

News | Dan Cooper | 26.01.21
The star of the 2014 RoboCop remake has been chatting about why, despite having its admirers, the film failed to impress a wide audience

Odeon parent company secures financial lifeline

News | Simon Brew | 26.01.21
Uncertainties over Odeon’s future have been resolved for the time being, as its parent company says “imminent bankruptcy is completely off the table”

Independent retailers to buy children’s books from

News | Alexandra Goldstein | 26.01.21
If you’re looking to get your books somewhere other than Amazon, then here’s a whole host of independent booksellers worth supporting

Mark Kermode’s Secrets Of Cinema series 3: final episode tonight

News | Simon Brew | 25.01.21
Here are details of the final episode (for now) of Mark Kermode’s Secrets Of Cinema, as series three comes to an end

Fresh delays to A Quiet Place Part II, The King’s Man, Morbius

News | Simon Brew | 25.01.21
More movies have their release dates pushed back, with no sign of cinemas reopening anytime soon – details here

Godzilla Vs Kong trailer arrives

News | Dan Cooper | 25.01.21
Witness a preview of the upcoming clash of the titans, as the trailer for Godzilla Vs Kong has now landed

Trailer arrives for Jumbo: when you fall in love with a fairground ride

News | Dan Cooper | 25.01.21
Get your first look at Jumbo, the acclaimed, strangely beautiful story of a girl who falls in love with a fairground ride

John Boyega compares franchise roles to being in a ‘luxury prison’

News | Dan Cooper | 25.01.21
Whilst promoting his role in Steve McQueen’s Red, White and Blue, John Boyega has been giving his thoughts on the nature of franchise filmmaking

Brea Grant interview: 12 Hour Shift, female anti-heroes, Rob Zombie, horror and more

News | Matt Edwards | 25.01.21
Brea Grant chats to us about making her latest directorial outing 12 Hour Shift, plus working with Rob Zombie, Lucky and more

Stardust review: David Bowie biopic fails to spark

Review | Freda Cooper | 25.01.21
Johnny Flynn plays David Bowie in Stardust, a film that struggles to get to grips with its subject matter
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4K Ultra HD Blu-ray: upcoming UK releases and dates

News | Simon Brew | 25.01.21
As the format continues to slowly gain traction – here’s our regularly-updated list of upcoming 4K UK disc releases

When David Bowie and Mick Jagger were set to make Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

News | Simon Brew | 22.01.21
Steve Martin and Michael Caine ultimately starred in the remake Dirty Rotten Scoundrels – but the casting could have been very different

Film Quiz Friday: Indiana Jones And The Quiz Of Doom!

News | Mark Harrison | 22.01.21
“You call this archaeology?” No, we call it this week’s weekend film quiz, which features several questions about the adventures of Indiana Jones

British movie podcast of the week: 90 Minutes Or Less Film Fest

Feature | Em McGowan | 22.01.21
Our movie podcast recommendation of the week is the perfect pod when you’re looking for a film on the shorter side

Christopher Nolan “unlikely to return” to Warner Bros for next film

News | Simon Brew | 22.01.21
A new report suggests that after nine films together, Christopher Nolan and Warner Bros are not likely to collaborate on the director’s next movie

No Time to Die, Ghostbusters: Afterlife and more delayed

News | Dan Cooper | 22.01.21
A whole host of films have their release dates put back (again), led by the new James Bond adventure No Time To Die

Paramount rebuffs streaming offers for Top Gun: Maverick

News | Simon Brew | 22.01.21
Both Netflix and Apple have reportedly enquired about purchasing the upcoming Top Gun: Maverick from Paramount Pictures

Wonder Woman 1984 heading to 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray in March

News | Simon Brew | 22.01.21
Wonder Woman 1984 is confirmed for a physical media release this March – with quite a collection of extra features too

Edgar Wright’s Last Night In Soho delayed again

News | Simon Brew | 22.01.21
The new movie from Edgar Wright now won’t be with us until October, as its release date is put back for a second time

Hugh Grant, Josh Hartnett to join Guy Ritchie’s Five Eyes

News | Dan Cooper | 22.01.21
The ensemble for Guy Ritchie’s globe-trotting action film is beginning to fill out, as Hugh Grant and Josh Hartnett sign up

Sony sells Lord and Miller animated feature to Netflix

News | Dan Cooper | 22.01.21
Originally set to release last year, the animated movie previously known as Connected sells to Netflix for $110m
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Release set for biopic of Moomin creator Tove Jansson

News | Brendon Connelly | 22.01.21
The woman who dreamed the indelible Moomins into existence has had her own story dramatised and soon we’ll be able to see it

Paramount+ will launch this March (but not in the UK)

News | Simon Brew | 21.01.21
Add another streaming service to the mix, as Paramount+ arrives in March, with plans for a global rollout

Netflix post new subscriber numbers, TV up, film down?

News | Dan Cooper | 21.01.21
The market leader in the streaming wars has posted impressive growth this year – and may even be moving into a model of profitability soon

How Christoper Nolan helped to get Donnie Darko released

News | Dan Cooper | 21.01.21
The story of how Christopher Nolan proved pivotal to getting Donnie Darko a big screen release

Creators of Borat 2 discuss the stresses of secrecy and sequels

News | Dan Cooper | 21.01.21
The team behind last year’s Borat 2 have been discussing just how daunting and difficult a project it was to get made

Coming To America confirmed for UK 4K disc release

News | Simon Brew | 21.01.21
Ahead of the release of sequel Coming 2 America, Coming To America is to get a UK 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray disc outing

The Shows Must Go On taking a short break

News | Simon Brew | 21.01.21
Don’t expect any streaming musicals or concerts from The Shows Must Go On for the next few weeks

McG is to direct the Turner & Hooch reboot

News | Simon Brew | 21.01.21
Disney+ is resurrecting Turner & Hooch – with the help of the director of Terminator: Salvation

James Bond, Spectre, and the trouble with a retcon

News | Mark Harrison | 21.01.21
With spoilers, we examine 2015’s Spectre and the drive to retroactively bring continuity to Daniel Craig’s James Bond 007 films
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Films to watch on BBC iPlayer right now (and when they’re leaving the service)

News | Em McGowan | 20.01.21
Who needs Netflix and Prime? Turns out that BBC iPlayer has a terrific collection of films to watch – here’s our fully updated list

Young Guns 3 is being developed

News | Simon Brew | 20.01.21
30 years after they last saddled up for a cinema adventure, it looks like the Young Guns might just be returning

Blockbuster movie delays to reach as far as July, report states

News | Dan Cooper | 20.01.21
Studio sources are suggesting that a wider block of blockbuster films than you might suspect are about to be shunted to later this year