See How They Run

Trailer released for Sam Rockwell and Saoirse Ronan thriller See How They Run

News | Jake Godfrey | 30.06.22
Dying onstage takes on a more literal meaning in the period thriller See How They Run
James Bond

Bond 26 two years away from production: “We’re Reinventing Him”

News | Dan Cooper | 30.06.22
“We’re working out where to go with him,” states Barbara Broccoli as she gives an update on the future for 007
Only Murders In The Building

Solving Only Murders In The Building – season 2, episodes 1 and 2

News | Brendon Connelly | 30.06.22
Only Murders In The Building returns – and here’s our spoiler-y sleuthing from the first two episodes of season two
Paramount Players logo

Paramount’s upcoming Apartment 7A may be a Rosemary’s Baby film

News | Dan Cooper | 30.06.22
It’s looking likely that the upcoming psychological thriller Apartment 7A will be connected in some way to the 1968 horror classic Rosemary’s Baby
Cameron Diaz

Cameron Diaz exiting retirement for Netflix project with Jamie Foxx

News | Dan Cooper | 30.06.22
The aptly-titled Back in Action will see Cameron Diaz return to acting after an eight year hiatus

Director’s cut of Baz Luhrmann’s Australia to be released

News | Jake Godfrey | 30.06.22
New footage will be added to turn the epic story of Baz Luhrmann’s Australia into a six part series, it’s been revealed
Raw Deal

Raw Deal is heading to 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray

News | Simon Brew | 30.06.22
The 1986 Arnold Schwarzenegger headlined action movie Raw Deal heads to UHD for the first time in September: more details here
The Russo Brothers

The Russo Brothers’ next film The Electric State will be released via Netflix

News | Jake Godfrey | 30.06.22
The directing duo Joe and Anthony Russo are reteaming with key personnel from Marvel for The Electric State
Cary Sawhney, LIFF Festival Director

London Indian Film Festival taking place this week

News | Jake Godfrey | 30.06.22
The London Indian Film Festival festival showcases an eclectic variety of South Asian independent films: more here
Pedro Almodovar

Pedro Almodovar snags Pedro Pascal and Ethan Hawke for short film

News | Dan Cooper | 29.06.22
Strange Way of Life is being touted as Spanish filmmaker Pedro Almodovar’s answer to Brokeback Mountain
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Disney’s under fire boss lands three year contract extension

News | Simon Brew | 29.06.22
Disney CEO Bob Chapek will be leading the company until at least 2025, as the company’s board vote to extend his contract

BFI urges UK film industry to tackle ‘critical’ lack of crew

News | Dan Cooper | 29.06.22
The British Film Institute recommends that 1% of the sector’s income should be spent on addressing the issue of crew shortage, it has been announced

Moviehouse: new movie studio management videogame on the way

News | Simon Brew | 29.06.22
A new PC and Mac game is going to challenge you to run your own movie production company – more details on Moviehouse right here
Emma Roberts

Emma Roberts joins Madame Web cast

News | Jake Godfrey | 29.06.22
Screan Queens star Emma Roberts makes her Marvel debut, as she joins an already impressive cast in Spider-Man spin off Madame Webb

Mental Health & Wellbeing Matters: should you admit you’re struggling?

Feature | Simon Brew | 29.06.22
Most of us know to reach out about life’s big struggles – but what about the small ones? A few thoughts on whether it’s right to open up
Into Film awards

Into Film award winners announced

News | Jake Godfrey | 29.06.22
The education charity Into Film, which focuses on training for up and coming talent, announced its awards at a star studded ceremony

Trailer released for Sony’s upcoming horror movie The Invitation

News | Jake Godfrey | 29.06.22
Blood really is thicker than water, as the first trailer for The Invitation proves: watch it right here
Kathy Najimy, Bette Midler, and Sarah Jessica Parker in Hocus Pocus 2

Teaser trailer released for Disney’s Hocus Pocus 2

News | Lauren Miles | 28.06.22
Disney has released a teaser trailer for Hocus Pocus 2 – the sequel to the 1993 cult classic starring Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Kathy Najimy
Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan

Restored directors editions of two Star Trek films heading for cinemas

News | Lauren Miles | 28.06.22
Both Star Trek: The Motion Picture and Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan are returning to cinemas later this year – with restored director’s editions

Trailers, giving the game away, and the final Nope trailer

News | Lauren Miles | 28.06.22
Trailers have been getting increasingly spoiler-filled for some time now, but the final sneak peek of Jordan Peele’s Nope seems to take it too far
Pandora's Box

Old movies: early queer films

News | Sarah Cook | 28.06.22
As we come to the end of Pride month, we’re celebrating by going back to the silent era of cinema to look at some of the earliest queer films
Sir Ian McKellen

Ian McKellen, Gemma Arterton, Mark Strong lead impressive ensemble in The Critic

News | Dan Cooper | 28.06.22
Filming is already underway for  upcoming thriller The Critic, which boasts a strong cast and an equally intriguing premise
Saint Maud

Tantalising cast join Kristen Stewart for Saint Maud director Rose Glass’ next project

News | Dan Cooper | 28.06.22
The Saint Maud director Rose Glass is piecing together an intriguing ensemble for Love Lies Bleeding
Erik Enge as footballer Martin Bengtsson in Tigers

Tigers review: a drama taking a look at the troubles with elite sports

Review | Lauren Miles | 28.06.22
Based on the true story of former footballer Martin Bengtsson, Tigers questions the often-high price of success in elite sports
Michael Rooker

Michael Rooker to headline horror film Road Rage

News | Jake Godfrey | 28.06.22
The film Road Rage will see Guardians of the Galaxy star Michael Rooker reunite with the director who launched his career
Russell Crowe

Russell Crowe to star in The Pope’s Exorcist

News | Dan Cooper | 28.06.22
The Pope’s Exorcist is to be directed by Overlord’s Julius Avery, dramatising the life of the Vatican’s chief exorcist – Russell Crowe is to star
White Bird: A Wonder Story

Trailer lands for Wonder spin off White Bird

News | Jake Godfrey | 28.06.22
The spin off White Bird tells the story of the antagonist from the movie and book Wonder: here’s the first trailer for the film
Mad Max Fury Road

Synopsis and villain revealed for Mad Max Fury Road prequel, Furiosa

News | Dan Cooper | 27.06.22
More details have surfaced regarding the upcoming prequel to 2015’s Mad Max: Fury Road and you can check them out here
Halloween III

Halloween III: Season Of The Witch getting a production book, fan-made sequel

News | Dan Cooper | 27.06.22
If you’re a fan of the Halloween sequel that nobody likes to talk about, then the coming months might finally bring you some joy
The Black Hole

Joseph Kosinski talks about returning to his remake of The Black Hole

News | Dan Cooper | 27.06.22
Top Gun: Maverick director Joseph Kosinski is keen to revisit the live action remake of The Black Hole that Disney cancelled a decade ago
The Man From Toronto

The Man From Toronto, and Netflix’s forgettable films problem

News | Simon Brew | 27.06.22
Netflix fired another sizeable film onto its streaming platform over the weekend – but it’s another movie that feels like it’s part of its ongoing problem
Top Gun Maverick

Top Gun Maverick crashes through $1bn at global box office, Tom Cruise’s biggest film

News | Simon Brew | 27.06.22
Tom Cruise has the biggest hit of his career on his hands, as Top Gun Maverick goes nuclear at the global box office

Netflix confirms that it’s introducing advertising

News | Simon Brew | 27.06.22
A lower cost Netflix subscription tier that’ll be supported by advertising is now definitely on the way, the streaming giant’s boss confirms

UK DVD and Blu-ray release dates confirmed: up to November 2022

News | Simon Brew | 26.06.22
A glimpse at upcoming UK DVD and Blu-ray release dates until the end of 2022 – here’s what’s arriving and when
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4K Ultra HD Blu-ray: upcoming UK releases and dates

News | Simon Brew | 26.06.22
As the format continues to slowly gain traction – here’s our regularly-updated list of upcoming 4K UK disc releases
Dexter Fletcher

Podcast: in conversation with director Dexter Fletcher: The Offer, Rocketman, Bohemian Rhapsody, Wild Bill, Sherlock Holmes 3, The Saint and more

Podcast | Simon Brew | 24.06.22
In a Film Stories special episode, director Dexter Fletcher returns to the podcast
Spy Kids

Gina Rodriguez, Zachary Levi head up Spy Kids remake

News | Dan Cooper | 24.06.22
Casting for the new Spy Kids film, due to be written and directed by Robert Rodriguez, has been announced
Stephen Caple Jr

Lionsgate secures Stephen Caple Jr to helm YA adaptation Thieves’ Gambit

News | Dan Cooper | 24.06.22
Creed II and Transformers: Rise of the Beasts director Stephen Caple Jr has a new thriller to add to his slate
Austin Butler as Elvis Presley in Baz Luhrmann's Elvis

Elvis review: loves its sparkle more than its story

Review | Tom Beasley | 24.06.22
Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis wants to be the definitive biopic of the King of rock ‘n roll – but it’s too preoccupied with being gaudy and loud

Trailer drops for horror film Smile

News | Jake Godfrey | 24.06.22
The unsettling story of new horror Smile revolves around the creepiness of a smile that never stops
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Lyle Lyle, Crocodile: first trailer lands for new family musical comedy

News | Jake Godfrey | 24.06.22
The musical comedy Lyle Lyle, Crocodile follows the misadventures of a singing crocodile in New York – here’s the trailer
Universal Noir #1

Universal Noir: new six disc Blu-ray set incoming

News | Simon Brew | 24.06.22
From the team behind the brilliant Columbia Noir Blu-ray sets comes the first six film Universal Noir release: more here