A maniacal koala bear with delusions of grandeur threatens the safety of creatures great and small in The Jungle Bunch.
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The lower-case lettering and exclamation point of Darren Aronofsky’s twisted psychological thriller reflect the Oscar-nominated writer-director’s nightmarish vision: intriguing, pretentious, confusing and ultimately pointless.
You can’t always exorcise the ghosts of the past as one tormented young man discovers in Michael Cuesta’s testosterone-fuelled action thriller, based on the novel by Vince Flynn.
Angelina Jolie has said her children “worked hard” on the set of her new film as they joined her for the red carpet premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival.
The Force Awakens filmmaker JJ Abrams will return to a galaxy far, far away to replace Colin Trevorrow as the director of Star Wars: Episode IX.
Justice is blind and frost-bitten in Wind River, an impeccably crafted thriller set on a snow-laden Indian reservation, where the murder of a teenager sends a chill through a community riven by bigotry and fear.
Buried within the 1,000-plus pages of Stephen King's disturbing 1986 novel It are piercing truths about the corruptibility of childhood innocence and the redemptive power of friendship.
Dame Judi Dench admitted she had no problem finding herself attracted to co-star Ali Fazal when filming for Victoria And Abdul.
Christian Slater is returning to the West End stage in an upcoming revival of Glengarry Glen Ross.
Mean Girls star Lizzy Caplan has married British actor Tom Riley.
Harry Potter star Warwick Davis praised fans of the wizard for giving the books and films “life beyond the page and screen” as he joined them to celebrate a landmark date in the story.
Harry Potter star Warwick Davis joined fans of the hit books at Platform 9 3/4 at London’s Kings Cross station as they celebrated a landmark date in the story of the young wizard.
Based on a series of novels by former Special Boat Service commando Duncan Falconer, Stratton is a globe-trotting spy caper that ricochets between Iran, Ukraine, Rome, Uzbekistan and London.
During an ominous lull in Juan Carlos Medina’s macabre murder mystery set on the fog-choked streets of Victorian London almost a decade before Jack The Ripper ran amok, a stage actor draws parallels between his craft and human nature.
Inspired by writer-director Geremy Jasper’s efforts to break into the New York music scene, Patti Cake is a crowd-pleasing underdog story, which wears its heart on its sleeve.
Oscar-winning actor Jamie Foxx has joined the growing list of Hollywood stars helping the relief effort for Storm Harvey and has announced that a telethon fundraiser will take place.
Actress Chloe Bennet has said she had to alter her surname because “Hollywood is racist” and “wouldn’t cast me with a last name that made them uncomfortable”.
Oscar-tipped movies starring Matt Damon, Annette Bening, Joaquin Phoenix and Carey Mulligan are all part of the line-up for the BFI London Film Festival, where projects that highlight social issues will take centre stage.
A new adaptation of Lord Of The Flies has sparked a backlash before filming has even begun – because the stranded islanders will be girls.
Sandra Bullock has donated one million dollars (£774,000) to the American Red Cross, as Hollywood stars pledge money to help the thousands afflicted by Storm Harvey.
British actor Ed Skrein has left the upcoming reboot of Hellboy after his casting sparked claims of whitewashing.
Emma Watson has been named the celebrity who most inspires and influences teenagers in a new poll.
Filmmakers Edgar Wright and William Friedkin were among those paying tribute following the death of Texas Chain Saw Massacre director Tobe Hooper.
Ryan Reynolds jokingly hogged the spotlight in his birthday message to his wife Blake Lively – by cutting her out of the picture of the couple.
Comedian and actor Russell Brand has turned “domestic” after tying the the knot with partner Laura Gallacher this weekend.
Fans of Sir Bruce Forsyth have rediscovered the late star’s acting talents from his cameo role in 1971 movie Bedknobs And Broomsticks, which has been aired on television.
The star of a new film about a gay relationship which blossoms on a Yorkshire farm has said it is an “honour” to be compared to Oscar-winning film Brokeback Mountain.
Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins has hit back at James Cameron and his “inability to understand” the character after he commented that the superhero film was a “step backwards”.
Dame Judi Dench has said the Hollywood pay gap will never disappear no matter how often stars speak out.
Oscar-winning director James Cameron has said the celebrated Wonder Woman film is a “step backwards” for women.