As 2017 gets underway, here's a look at the action-packed blockbusters, heartbreaking dramas, uproarious comedies and potential Oscar winners hitting the big screen over the next 12 months
Emma Watson and Dan Stevens are starring in one of 2017′s most highly anticipated films, and a new teaser clip from Beauty And The Beast has dropped, whetting our appetites even more.
Fifty Shades fans were given a little gift to kick off 2017 – a new trailer for the next movie in the steamy trilogy.
The lies we tell ourselves are often more damaging than those we fashion for the people we love.
As a genre, the sweeping romance is one that's been overlooked in recent years, so there is much excitement about The Light Between Oceans, an adaptation of the 2012 bestselling novel by M.L. Steadman.
In 1998, childhood friends Ben Affleck and Matt Damon excitedly clutched Academy Awards for Best Original Screenplay for Good Will Hunting, an emotionally rich drama about a mathematics genius, who works as a janitor.
It almost feels like 1996 again when the familiar strains of Underworld’s Born Slippy ring out in the long-awaited trailer for T2 Trainspotting.
Twilight fans will have the chance to own a piece of Hollywood history when hundreds of items from the film series go up for auction.
The first trailer for John Wick: Chapter 2 has been released.
TWO Aberdeen film-makers could be headed for the Oscars with their latest production.
IN TERMINATOR Genisys, the misfiring reboot of James Cameron's apocalyptic time-travelling saga, Arnold Schwarzenegger's cyborg assassin repeatedly references his advancing years in a dystopian world of young pretenders.
YOU can have too much of a good thing. In small doses, Despicable Me's goggle-eyed hench-creatures are a deranged delight.
A MOVIE shot in locations around the world - including in the Granite City - has been screened in the North-east.
IN THE closing moments of the computer effects-heavy disaster movie San Andreas, a tattered Stars And Stripes unfurls proudly on what remains of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco.
THE romantic comedy goes back to basics in Man Up, a sweet, funny and charming tale of boy-meets-wrong-girl-but-doesn't-realise-it, filmed on location in London.