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"02.12.2016 19:00:01" theguardian.com Historical erotica becomes available at British Film Institute Online collection called The Pleasure Principle includes Victorian Lady in Her Boudoir, Britain's oldest erotic movie Historical erotica becomes available at British Film Institute
"02.12.2016 13:15:16" theguardian.com French film board again under fire after Sausage Party rated 12 Catholic and right-wing bodies decry move enabling pre-teens to see foul-mouthed Seth Rogen cartoon featuring a foodstuffs orgy scene French film board again under fire after Sausage Party rated 12
"02.12.2016 11:15:01" theguardian.com Sully review – pious hagiopic that even Tom Hanks can't save Clint Eastwood's film about the heroic pilot who landed his passenger jet on New York's Hudson river after both engines failed is a simplistic, anticlimactic treatment that avoids the bigger questions Sully review – pious hagiopic that even Tom Hanks can't save
"01.12.2016 12:00:00" theguardian.com John Polson: Tropfest lost its way and I take some responsibility When he decided to 'postpone' the short film festival last year its founder didn't believe it would come back. Now, he says, 'We have to re-prove ourselves' John Polson: Tropfest lost its way and I take some responsibility
"01.12.2016 10:35:48" theguardian.com Nicolas Cage to star in climate change disaster movie The actor will take the lead in The Humanity Bureau, set in 2030 when global warming has destroyed much of the earth's hottest regions Nicolas Cage to star in climate change disaster movie
"30.11.2016 18:00:01" theguardian.com Martin Scorsese meets Pope Francis 30 years after Christ film row Pontiff receives Scorsese family at the Vatican a day after a screening of director's new film about Portuguese Jesuits in Japan Martin Scorsese meets Pope Francis 30 years after Christ film row
"30.11.2016 17:00:00" theguardian.com For haters only: watching Steve Bannon's documentary films Before he became Donald Trump's most trusted adviser, the businessman labelled a white nationalist by critics had a career making rightwing movies For haters only: watching Steve Bannon's documentary films
"30.11.2016 16:00:36" theguardian.com ET and Back to the Future producer vows neither movie will be remade 'We're never touching those,' says Frank Marshall, who served as producer on both alongside Steven Spielberg ET and Back to the Future producer vows neither movie will be remade
"30.11.2016 15:00:01" theguardian.com Disney's Moana strikes at the heart of proto-Trump America | Lindy West Millions of Americans are falling in love with a brown-skinned, undeniably feminist heroine, destroying the premise that they rejected diversity in this election Disney's Moana strikes at the heart of proto-Trump America
"30.11.2016 13:00:01" theguardian.com The 50 best UK films of 2016: 50-41 A countdown of the Guardian film team's favourite movies released in the UK this year The Guardian film team have chosen their favourite movies released in the UK this year
"30.11.2016 12:15:00" theguardian.com Too many sequels, too much money: why did so many comedies flop in 2016? Studios trying to create franchises out of average originals, market tested laughs and a lack of originality made this year's biggest comedies stilted and boring Why did so many comedies flop in 2016?
"30.11.2016 11:29:46" theguardian.com Fantastic Beasts still No 1 in UK as A United Kingdom and Allied start strong JK Rowling's wizarding adventure is still topping the charts, with Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard managing to nab second place despite making just 15% of Beasts's total Fantastic Beasts still No 1 in UK as A United Kingdom and Allied start strong
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"29.11.2016 14:00:01" theguardian.com Moonlight sweeps Gotham awards, with acting honours for Isabelle Huppert and Casey Affleck Barry Jenkins's acclaimed drama dominated the first major ceremony this season, picking up best feature, screenplay, ensemble and audience prizes Moonlight sweeps Gotham awards, with acting honours for Isabelle Huppert and Casey Affleck
"29.11.2016 13:00:00" theguardian.com Come Together review – Wes Anderson's H&M Christmas ad is short and sweet Adrien Brody channels George Clooney in The Grand Budapest Hotel director's festive new TV advert that's sentimental but full of tasty treats Wes Anderson's festive new TV advert is sentimental but full of tasty treats
"29.11.2016 11:27:14" theguardian.com Why Dumbledore must not be the token gay person in Fantastic Beasts There was a mixed reaction when JK Rowling revealed the Hogwarts headmaster's sexuality in 2007. Now she has a second chance to get this right There was a mixed reaction when JK Rowling revealed Dumbledore's sexuality in 2007. Now she has a second chance to get this right
"28.11.2016 21:00:00" theguardian.com Ronnie O'Sullivan biopic being cued up Lionsgate is reportedly keen to produce a film about the maverick snooker star, with Unbroken actor Jack O'Connell a contender for the lead role Ronnie O'Sullivan biopic being cued up
"28.11.2016 20:00:00" theguardian.com Selma is 100% historically accurate but Imitation Game just 41.4%, says study A scene-by-scene analysis of recent Oscar contenders by data site Information is Beautiful gives full marks for historical accuracy to Martin Luther King biopic Selma is 100% historically accurate but Imitation Game just 41.4%, says study
"28.11.2016 19:00:00" theguardian.com And the Braddie goes to … Peter Bradshaw's pick of the year in film The Guardian's film critic nominates his personal best of the year in cinema And the Braddie goes to … Peter Bradshaw's pick of the year in film
"28.11.2016 18:00:00" theguardian.com Bleed For This: Miles Teller's boxing movie is no knockout Despite some heavyweight performances, this pugilist biopic is overshadowed by some very distinguished forebears Bleed For This: Miles Teller's boxing movie is no knockout
"28.11.2016 17:00:03" theguardian.com Marion Cotillard on starring with Brad Pitt in Allied: 'Chemistry creates itself' – video interview The star of new wartime thriller Allied joins director Robert Zemeckis to talk about the crucial ingredients of on-screen chemistry Marion Cotillard on starring with Brad Pitt in Allied: 'Chemistry creates itself'
"28.11.2016 16:00:01" theguardian.com A United Kingdom review: Rosamund Pike and David Oyelowo in fine romance A strange, shameful chapter of history is dusted off by Amma Assante to make this earnestly stirring Empire drama A United Kingdom review: Rosamund Pike and David Oyelowo in fine romance
"28.11.2016 15:00:02" theguardian.com Chesley Sullenberger: an old-fashioned kind of hero Chesley 'Sully' Sullenberger became a global hero when he landed an airliner on New York's Hudson river in 2009. Now played by Tom Hanks in a film by Clint Eastwood, he talks about how the experience changed him Chesley 'Sully' Sullenberger became a global hero when he landed an airliner on New York's Hudson river in 2009. Now played by Tom Hanks in a film by Clint Eastwood, he talks about how the experience changed him
"28.11.2016 14:00:00" theguardian.com Moana almost as hot as Frozen but Beatty and Pitt allied in box office woe Disney animated misses Thanksgiving record but tops US box office while Rules Don't Apply and Allied flop as older audiences slow to warm up Moana almost as hot as Frozen but Beatty and Pitt allied in box office woe
"28.11.2016 13:00:00" theguardian.com Cinema trains lens on role of nude scene: artistic, erotic or gratuitous? As Hollywood producers sue Amber Heard for refusing to perform naked, we examine the latest manoeuvres in the long battle between prurience, commerce and art Cinema trains lens on role of nude scene: artistic, erotic or gratuitous?
"28.11.2016 12:00:00" theguardian.com Emily Blunt's character written out of Sicario 2 Screenwriter says that leading actor won't return for sequel Soldado, but co-stars Benicio Del Toro and Josh Brolin have roles Emily Blunt's character written out of Sicario 2
"28.11.2016 10:54:44" theguardian.com Shah Rukh Khan: 'My success is all down to the women I've worked with' He's a Bollywood hero and the world's biggest movie star, and in his new film he plays a rumpled sage. He talks about his desire to make people happy, why he's got no friends, and what he tells his children about religion 'My success is all down to the women I've worked with'
"27.11.2016 09:00:00" theguardian.com Martin Scorsese's Silence to premiere at the Vatican Director will be joined by 400 priests for screening of film based on story of 17th-century Jesuit missionaries in Japan Martin Scorsese's Silence to premiere at the Vatican
"26.11.2016 17:00:02" theguardian.com Oscars 2017: 11 female performances too good to be overlooked In a year overflowing with exceptional performances, many are bound to fall by the wayside this awards season. Here are some worthy of a closer inspection Oscars 2017: 11 female performances too good to be overlooked
"26.11.2016 09:00:00" theguardian.com Jim Jarmusch: 'I shy away from sex in my films. It makes me nervous' After almost 40 years in cinema, the director remains the quintessential leftfield auteur. He discusses how his gentle new film Paterson offers a Zen alternative to blockbuster chaos Jim Jarmusch: 'I shy away from sex in my films. It makes me nervous'
"25.11.2016 18:00:01" theguardian.com Hell of a film-maker: the directors who make Clint Eastwood look soft Tom Hanks said Eastwood was 'intimidating as hell' on the set of Sully and treated his actors 'like horses'. He clearly hasn't worked with these directorial terrors Hell of a film-maker: the directors who make Clint Eastwood look soft
"25.11.2016 16:00:51" theguardian.com The Wailing review – Korean horror flick takes fear to the brink of an abyss Korean director Na Hong-jin delivers a supreme evocation of evil in this intense rural-horror The Wailing review – Korean horror flick takes fear to the brink of an abyss
"25.11.2016 15:00:01" theguardian.com Almost Christmas review – almost unbearable holiday heartwarmer At least Danny Glover brings some poise to this syrupy family comedy about a man preparing for his first Christmas since his wife's death 'Almost unbearable holiday heartwarmer'
"25.11.2016 14:00:02" theguardian.com Silence trailer: Martin Scorsese's Japan-set epic starring Andrew Garfield – video A passion project in the works since 1990, Silence is Martin Scorsese's adaptation of the 1966's novel by Shūsaku Endō Silence trailer: Martin Scorsese's Japan-set epic starring Andrew Garfield
"25.11.2016 14:00:01" theguardian.com Bad Santa 2 review – same old dirty tricks Billy Bob Thornton returns in a belated sequel that wrings occasional snickers from a patchy script 'Same old dirty tricks'
"25.11.2016 13:00:02" theguardian.com Paterson review – Adam Driver beguiling in miraculous tale of everyday goodness | Peter Bradshaw's film of the week Driver's delicate performance as a poetic bus driver in Jim Jarmusch's delightfully unironic film is far, far away from his Star Wars persona Adam Driver's delicate performance as a poetic bus driver in Jim Jarmusch's delightfully unironic film is far, far away from his Star Wars persona
"25.11.2016 12:00:00" theguardian.com Drama-free Thanksgiving: alternative movie marathons for every taste From Albert Brooks movies to films with actors who might have large heads, there's something for all family members trying to avoid political arguments Drama-free Thanksgiving: alternative movie marathons for every taste
"25.11.2016 10:49:32" theguardian.com The sizzling secrets of on-screen chemistry: from Dirty Dancing to La La Land Hollywood's got it down to a science. Audience demographics, judgment and projected fantasies can all help create that all-important spark. Just look at Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling, says sex therapist and former actor Pamela Stephenson Connolly The sizzling secrets of on-screen chemistry: from Dirty Dancing to La La Land
"24.11.2016 23:00:00" theguardian.com How Tasmania became the gothic muse of Australian film and TV From The Kettering Incident to Rosehaven, the isolation and dark beauty of Australia's island state is bringing resounding success to the screen How Tasmania became the gothic muse of Australian film and TV
"24.11.2016 19:00:00" theguardian.com Aaron Eckhart: 'I'm 48. For 20 years I've made mistakes' The actor, who appears alongside Tom Hanks in Sully, admits he has fallen into traps during his career – and is determined to stop his Bleed for This co-star Miles Teller from doing the same Aaron Eckhart: 'I'm 48. For 20 years I've made mistakes'
"24.11.2016 18:00:02" theguardian.com Finnish feminist fantasy to be made into movie by Film4 Maria Turtschaninoff's novel Maresi, the first in the Red Abbey Chronicles series, has been optioned by the UK company Finnish feminist fantasy to be made into movie by Film4
"24.11.2016 17:00:00" theguardian.com Moana may smash Frozen's Thanksgiving box office record this weekend Disney's story of a young girl who sets off on an epic sea voyage to help her family may beat same studio's 2013 musical hit about an icy princess Moana may smash Frozen's Thanksgiving box office record this weekend
"24.11.2016 16:00:00" theguardian.com Nick Cave documentary director Andrew Dominik: 'He hated a third of my movie' One More Time With Feeling depicts the singer coming to terms with the death of his son. Made to protect Cave from having to do interviews, it was the director's way of helping out, but 'terrifying' nonetheless Nick Cave documentary director Andrew Dominik: 'He hated a third of my movie'
"24.11.2016 15:00:02" theguardian.com Rosamund Pike: 'I'm happy being No 2. The guy's usually No 1' Things exploded for her after Gone Girl. So where are all the meaty lead roles? As A United Kingdom is released, Rosamund Pike talks nails, nans and nappies 'I'm happy being No 2. The guy's usually No 1'
"24.11.2016 10:48:11" theguardian.com David Oyelowo: 'There's resistance to films with black protagonists' – video interview David Oyelowo and Rosamund Pike, the stars of Amma Asante's new film, A United Kingdom, discuss the project's origins David Oyelowo and Rosamund Pike, the stars of Amma Asante's new film A United Kingdom, discuss the project's origins
"23.11.2016 18:00:01" theguardian.com First trailer released for Martin Scorsese's Oscar contender Silence Scorsese's study of Jesuit missionaries in 17th century Japan stars Andrew Garfield and Adam Driver alongside Liam Neeson First trailer released for Martin Scorsese's Oscar contender Silence
"23.11.2016 17:00:01" theguardian.com Santa, Teacher or Grandpa: which 'bad' movie is the baddest? The release of belated sequel Bad Santa 2 is the latest in a long line of nihilistic comedies (mis)using the B-word Santa, Teacher or Grandpa: which 'bad' movie is the baddest?
"23.11.2016 16:00:00" theguardian.com The Last Face trailer: first footage out of Sean Penn's notorious African romance Penn's love story about two conflict-zone doctors, played by Charlize Theron and Javier Bardem, went down badly at Cannes The Last Face trailer: first footage out of Sean Penn's notorious African romance
"23.11.2016 15:00:01" theguardian.com Network at 40: the flawed satire that predicted Trump and cable 'news porn' Prescient and powerful, the film foreshadowed the likes of Bill O'Reilly with its 'mad as hell' protagonists and the climate of American anger that birthed Trump Network at 40: the flawed satire that predicted Trump and cable 'news porn'
"23.11.2016 14:00:00" theguardian.com Fences review: Denzel Washington and Viola Davis set to convert Tonys to Oscars This long-awaited film adaptation of the August Wilson play remains stagy, but as a showcase for two towering performances it could hardly be improved 'What was a flawless if inessential piece of works turns into something of terrible force and portent'
"23.11.2016 13:00:01" theguardian.com Russian war film set to open amid controversy over accuracy of events Panfilov's 28 tells the story of a Russian division who fought to the death to defend Moscow, but some are questioning the story's validity Russian war film set to open amid controversy over accuracy of events
"23.11.2016 12:00:00" theguardian.com Moonlight and American Honey lead Film Independent Spirit awards nominations Barry Jenkins's coming of age drama and Andrea Arnold's first film set in the US lead the way at the flagship award ceremony for independent cinema Moonlight and American Honey lead Film Independent Spirit awards nominations
"23.11.2016 11:05:32" theguardian.com Marion Cotillard on global reaction to the US election: 'Fear is winning' Star of second world war thriller calls for artists to defend free speech, while her director Robert Zemeckis says the Trump years will be boon for TV and film industry Marion Cotillard on global reaction to the US election: 'Fear is winning'
"22.11.2016 20:00:01" theguardian.com Wedding Crashers 2 latest belated Hollywood sequel to enter production New Line confirms follow-up 11 years after the Owen Wilson/Vince Vaughn comedy was released Wedding Crashers 2 latest belated sequel in the works
"22.11.2016 19:00:00" theguardian.com Tom Hiddleston and Ben Wheatley to reunite for Frank Miller adaptation High-Rise actor and director to collaborate on big-screen version of Miller and Geof Darrow's comic Hard Boiled Tom Hiddleston and Ben Wheatley to reunite for Frank Miller adaptation
"22.11.2016 18:00:00" theguardian.com Liberation Day review – the hills are alive as North Korea embraces rock'n'roll This extraordinary documentary charts the antics of the first western band allowed into the country – to perform thunderous versions of songs from The Sound of Music Liberation Day review – the hills are alive as North Korea embraces rock'n'roll
"22.11.2016 16:30:00" theguardian.com Biggest movie flops: Sacha Baron Cohen and Tina Fey top 2016 list Matthew McConaughey, Zach Galifianakis and Joseph Gordon-Levitt also feature in the year's least profitable films, including Snowden, Max Steel and Whiskey Tango Foxtrot Biggest movie flops: Sacha Baron Cohen and Tina Fey top 2016 list
"22.11.2016 15:00:01" theguardian.com Does Catwoman deserve a ninth life on the big screen? Sienna Miller wants to play the feline superhero in Ben Affleck's The Batman. But should she risk getting her claws into a character that almost killed Halle Berry's career? Does Catwoman deserve a ninth life on the big screen?
"22.11.2016 14:00:01" theguardian.com How we made In the Heat of the Night Norman Jewison: 'A black man had never slapped a white man back in an American film. We broke that taboo' How we made In the Heat of the Night
"22.11.2016 13:00:00" theguardian.com Fantastic riches and where to find them: how to grow a $22bn franchise Fantastic Beasts is not just a new outpost for the Harry Potter empire. It is a pivotal moment in the creation of The Wizarding World of JK Rowling – and it could give the gold-gobbling niffler a run for its money. We go over the books Fantastic Beasts is not just a new outpost for the Harry Potter empire
"22.11.2016 13:00:00" theguardian.com Hollywood's war on terror: why audiences prefer gung-ho Iraq films The dismal box office for Ang Lee's Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk is the latest in a string of post-9/11 war flops – what can we learn about the lone exception? 'Light-hearted mystical adventure is more popular than deliberately slow-paced and banal anti-war drama. Who knew?'
"22.11.2016 12:00:00" theguardian.com Eat That Question: Frank Zappa in His Own Words review – portrait of a musical revolutionary The rock star and provocateur is imperturbably articulate and droll in this entertaining documentary made of archive footage and interview clips Eat That Question: Frank Zappa in His Own Words review – portrait of a musical revolutionary
"22.11.2016 10:58:22" theguardian.com Barry trailer: Netflix film examines Barack Obama's time as college student Netflix delves into the US president's time as a student at Columbia University in 1981 As the US president prepares to leave office on 20 January, Netflix has delved into his past for a biopic based around his life as a student at Columbia University
"21.11.2016 17:00:01" theguardian.com Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke joins Star Wars' Han Solo spin-off The British actor joins Alden Ehrenreich, who will play Solo, and Donald Glover, who was confirmed for the role of Lando Calrissian in the new film Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke joins Star Wars' Han Solo spin-off
"21.11.2016 16:00:01" theguardian.com Your Name review – a beautiful out-of-body experience With this dazzling body-swap romance, Makoto Shinkai confirms his reputation as Japan's new animation king 'A beautiful out-of-body experience'
"21.11.2016 15:00:01" theguardian.com Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them review – a winning spell Eddie Redmayne is a star turn in JK Rowling's wizarding world of 1920s New York 'A winning spell'
"21.11.2016 14:00:03" theguardian.com Emma Watson's Beauty and the Beast is a good start – we need more feminist fairytales Meryl Streep called Disney's vision of passive princesses and envious stepmothers 'gender bigotry'. Here we give five classic fairytales a reboot Emma Watson's Beauty and the Beast is a good start – we need more feminist fairytales
"21.11.2016 13:00:00" theguardian.com Growing up with The Family: inside Anne Hamilton-Byrne's sinister cult Cruel and charismatic, Anne Hamilton-Byrne was the Australian leader of a doomsday cult who thought she was the Messiah. Abigail Haworth on the woman behind The Family Growing up with The Family: inside Anne Hamilton-Byrne's sinister cult
"21.11.2016 11:30:00" theguardian.com Allied review – Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard fail to find Blitz spirit Robert Zemeckis lacks his usual fizz in this tourist visit to a heritage-wartime past, in which Pitt and Cotillard look and act like strangers 'Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard look and act like strangers'
"21.11.2016 10:30:00" theguardian.com Christopher Lloyd: 'Donald Trump's a beast. He needs to be put in a cage' After three decades, the Back to the Future star is still happy to be known as zany scientist Doc Emmett Brown. He talks about the prescience of Biff Tannen's politics and why he's the only person alive to prefer the third film in the trilogy Christopher Lloyd: 'Donald Trump's a beast. He needs to be put in a cage'
"20.11.2016 17:00:01" theguardian.com First look at Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events for Netflix – video Based on the bestselling books, A Series of Unfortunate Events follows the Baudelaire orphans as they try to escape the clutches of their creepy guardian Count Olaf. The Burtonesque series starts on 13 January 2017 First look at Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events for Netflix – video
"20.11.2016 09:00:00" theguardian.com United States of Love review – liberation is desperation in a sick new world Four women living in Poland as the Soviet empire falls are oppressed by joyless sex and yearning in Tomasz Wasilewski's unnervingly sad and icy film United States of Love review – liberation is desperation in a sick new world
"19.11.2016 17:00:01" theguardian.com Gimme Danger review – Jim Jarmusch plugs into Iggy Pop's raw power This documentary portrait of a great musical maverick is a terrific, terrifying blast of unwholesome rock'n'roll excitement Gimme Danger review – Jim Jarmusch plugs into Iggy Pop's raw power
"19.11.2016 09:00:00" theguardian.com Allied: history repeats itself in Brad Pitt's second world war thriller The actual events of the war may be receding into the vagueness of folk memory, but we still can't get enough of them on screen Allied: history repeats itself in Brad Pitt's second world war thriller
"18.11.2016 21:00:01" theguardian.com Drips, pop and Dollars: the music that made Ennio Morricone At 88, Morricone is a towering presence in film history. As he celebrates 60 years in music, the Italian composer talks shoots, scores and the masterpieces we missed Drips, pop and Dollars: the music that made Ennio Morricone
"18.11.2016 17:00:01" theguardian.com Gringo: The Dangerous Life of John McAfee review – proto-Trump figure chills the blood This documentary about the software whizz who fled to Central America before running for president is a timely tale of ego, malevolence and fanatacism Gringo: The Dangerous Life of John McAfee review – proto-Trump figure chills the blood
"18.11.2016 13:00:01" theguardian.com Teyonah Parris on starring in Chi-Raq, Mad Men and working with Spike Lee After a breakout role as Don Draper's secretary Dawn in Mad Men and the Sundance hit Dear White People, Parris is fronting Lee's brash, controversial film on sexual politics in Chicago Teyonah Parris on starring in Chi-Raq, Mad Men and working with Spike Lee
"18.11.2016 12:00:00" theguardian.com Punch the keys now! Why cinema keeps churning out films about writers Jim Jarmusch's new film may have benefited from a little less contentment. But portraying writers in film presents a unique set of challenges Punch the keys now! Why cinema keeps churning out films about writers
"18.11.2016 10:45:00" theguardian.com Patriots Day review: Boston marathon bombing movie is tense yet respectful The latest collaboration between Peter Berg and Mark Wahlberg is a moving and compelling homage to a city and its spirit, as well as a gripping procedural Boston marathon bombing movie is tense yet respectful
"17.11.2016 18:00:00" theguardian.com Steve Coogan's Baby Cow to film Zadie Smith's Swing Time Project is first major announcement for company since it hired former BBC Films head Christine Langan as CEO Steve Coogan's Baby Cow to film Zadie Smith's Swing Time
"17.11.2016 17:00:00" theguardian.com Boyhood, Moonlight and beyond: the best coming-of-age movies As Edge of Seventeen adds another film to the coming-to-age canon we look back at the best there has ever been, from Carrie and Clueless to Mud and Moonlight Boyhood, Moonlight and beyond: the best coming-of-age movies
"17.11.2016 15:30:01" theguardian.com Is Fantastic Beasts the antidote to our alpha-male superhero addiction? In this Trumpian age, JK Rowling's return to the wizarding world of Harry Potter magicks up a gentler, less ostentatious heroic template Is Fantastic Beasts the antidote to our alpha-male superhero addiction?
"17.11.2016 13:00:00" theguardian.com Fantastic Beasts cast: 'A bunch of squirrels together ... that's pretty fantastic' – video interview The stars and director of Harry Potter spin-off Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them discuss the film's relevance post-Trump 'A bunch of squirrels together ... that's pretty fantastic'
"17.11.2016 12:00:00" theguardian.com The making of Wake in Fright: 'I wanted people to watch the film and be sweating' From actors downing 30 pints of beer a day to the quandary of filming a kangaroo shooting scene while vegan, veteran director Ted Kotcheff goes back behind the scenes of the Australian thriller The making of Wake in Fright: 'I wanted people to watch the film and be sweating'
"17.11.2016 11:15:01" theguardian.com Tom Hanks on the election result: 'America has been in worse places' The actor spoke about the troubled state of the US after the decision to elect Donald Trump, saying: 'We are going to be all right' Tom Hanks on the election result: 'America has been in worse places'
"16.11.2016 19:22:20" theguardian.com Steve Carell set to star in Minecraft film The actor, most recently seen in Café Society, is in talks to play the lead in Warner Bros's adaptation of the hugely popular video game Steve Carell set to star in Minecraft film
"16.11.2016 18:04:03" theguardian.com Carrie Fisher and Harrison Ford: does it matter if movie romances are real? The Star Wars actor has claimed her and her co-star's affair continued after the cameras had stopped filming. But caring about such on-set shenanigans does viewers no favours Carrie Fisher and Harrison Ford: does it matter if movie romances are real?
"16.11.2016 17:00:00" theguardian.com Poop, peepee and creepy rabbits: kids' books that should never become movies Not all children's books are heartwarming, inspirational stories; some are disturbing, traumatising or just plain weird. Here are five that ought never to get near a film camera Not all children's books are heartwarming and inspirational – some are disturbing, traumatising or just plain weird. Here are five that ought never to get near a film camera
"16.11.2016 16:00:01" theguardian.com The Green Hornet reboot in works after underwhelming Seth Rogen comedy The crime-fighting character, originally debuted on 1930s radio, will be brought to the screen yet again from the Accountant director Gavin O'Connor The Green Hornet reboot in works after underwhelming Seth Rogen comedy
"16.11.2016 15:00:02" theguardian.com Arrival lands in top spot at UK box office, but no space for American Pastoral Denis Villeneuve's smart sci-fi epic starring Amy Adams soars, as Ewan McGregor's Philip Roth adaptation stumbles Arrival lands in top spot at UK box office, but no space for American Pastoral
"16.11.2016 14:00:01" theguardian.com Star Wars Identities probes the space saga's parts that Disney cannot reach The new exhibition dedicated to the characters developed by George Lucas focuses its attention on the first six films, and helps you to put the 'I' in Jedi... Star Wars Identities probes the space saga's parts that Disney cannot reach
"16.11.2016 13:00:01" theguardian.com Beauty and the Beast trailer beats Fifty Shades as most viewed in 24 hours The second trailer for forthcoming Emma Watson live-action adaptation has set a new record with 127.6m views in its first 24 hours, trumping recent trailers for Fifty Shades and Star Wars Beauty and the Beast trailer beats Fifty Shades as most viewed in 24 hours
"16.11.2016 12:00:00" theguardian.com Space Jam at 20: 'The perfect movie' or one of modern cinema's biggest follies? The odd combination of Looney Tunes, basketball, aliens and Michael Jordan remains a cult favorite with fans still calling for a sequel Space Jam at 20: 'The perfect movie' or one of modern cinema's biggest follies?
"16.11.2016 10:32:34" theguardian.com JK Rowling's Fantastic Beasts is step into unknown The European film premiere represents a departure in the sense that the movie's plot is unknown by Rowling's fans Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: a step into the magical unknown
"15.11.2016 22:00:00" theguardian.com Is Mad Max: Fury Road even better in black and white? Director George Miller has recut the post-apocalyptic epic without colour. It provides an illuminating counterpoint to the original Is Mad Max: Fury Road even better in black and white?
"15.11.2016 21:00:00" theguardian.com Worse than a whitewash: has Ghost in the Shell been Hollywoodised? Mamoru Oshii's seminal anime looked ahead to a future where man and machine are one. Rupert Sanders' remake, starring Scarlett Johansson, appears to be looking backwards – to RoboCop, The Matrix and Bourne Worse than a whitewash: has Ghost in the Shell been Hollywoodised?
"15.11.2016 20:00:00" theguardian.com Studio Ghibli's Hayao Miyazaki to return to features with caterpillar movie The Japanese animator has come out of retirement to work on a full length version of Kemushi no Boro, about 'a tiny, hairy caterpillar' due to be completed in 2019 Studio Ghibli's Hayao Miyazaki to return to features with caterpillar movie
"15.11.2016 17:00:01" theguardian.com Big Bang Theory's Jim Parsons to play lead in BuzzFeed's Brother Orange Media website's first feature film will recount the real-life story of an editor who became a social media star in China after his mobile phone was stolen Big Bang Theory's Jim Parsons to play lead in BuzzFeed's Brother Orange
"15.11.2016 16:00:00" theguardian.com Yours for just $50,000: Marilyn Monroe's grave marker As one of the largest sales of Monroe memorabilia - including that dress – takes place in Los Angeles, a rival auction house is offering the star's bronze crypt label Yours for just $50,000: Marilyn Monroe's grave marker
"15.11.2016 15:00:01" theguardian.com Nocturnal Animals caps off Hollywood's year of toxic masculinity Tom Ford's vicious thriller, box office hit The Girl on the Train and Paul Verhoeven's Elle align with 2016's rise of misogyny and sexual aggression Nocturnal Animals caps off Hollywood's year of toxic masculinity
"15.11.2016 14:00:00" theguardian.com Donnie Darko director Richard Kelly: 'Sometimes films need time to marinate' The director of the cult favorite Donnie Darko was once hailed as the next David Lynch. Now, as fans rediscover his 2007 flop Southland Tales, he explains why patience is still a virtue and Trump's victory was a 'grotesque inevitability' 'Sometimes films need time to marinate'
"15.11.2016 13:00:00" theguardian.com Documentary special: the experts choose some of their favourites From psychodrama to sushi, specialists in the non-fiction form reveal the films that shocked and enthralled them Louis Theroux and other directors on their favourite documentary
"15.11.2016 12:00:00" theguardian.com Adam Curtis: why South Park is the best documentary of them all The HyperNormalisation director believes that the traditional documentary has failed to explain truths about the real world. Instead, we should look to fiction for answers Adam Curtis: why South Park is the best documentary of them all
"14.11.2016 23:00:00" theguardian.com Beauty and the Beast trailer: Emma Watson in Disney's live-action remake The first full-length trailer for the re-imagining of the classic animation – in cinemas on 17 March 2017 – has been released Beauty and the Beast trailer: Emma Watson in Disney's live-action remake
"14.11.2016 22:00:00" theguardian.com Michael Moore: Oprah Winfrey or Tom Hanks for US president in 2020 In the wake of Donald Trump's success, the film-maker says the Democratic party should choose 'beloved' celebrities as presidential candidates Michael Moore: Oprah Winfrey or Tom Hanks for US president in 2020
"14.11.2016 21:00:01" theguardian.com After 56 years, 200 films and innumerable injuries, Jackie Chan wins an Oscar The kung-fu star was one of four industry veterans who received honorary Oscars for their career achievements at the Governors awards in Los Angeles After 56 years, 200 films and innumerable injuries, Jackie Chan wins an Oscar
"14.11.2016 20:00:00" theguardian.com The best films of Christmas 2016 – from The Nutcracker to Passengers and Office Christmas Party | Catherine Shoard Escape the sofa and head out to the big screen for new Star Wars episodes, live screenings of classic ballets and Jennifers Lawrence and Aniston in Christmas blockbusters The best films of Christmas 2016 – from The Nutcracker to Passengers and Office Christmas Party
"14.11.2016 19:00:02" theguardian.com Box office superhero Doctor Strange unencumbered by batch of new releases Sci-fi hit Arrival can't catch Marvel's latest, which hits $500m worldwide as nimated musical Trolls stays strong with Almost Christmas fourth Box office superhero Doctor Strange unencumbered by batch of new releases
"14.11.2016 18:00:01" theguardian.com Too big? Too loud? Too real? Billy Lynn and other failed cinematic innovations Long Halftime Walk is cloaked in shiny new tech, but dismal reviews suggest it'll soon join the scrapheap of big-screen inventions that didn't take off Too big? Too loud? Too real? Billy Lynn and other failed cinematic innovations
"14.11.2016 17:00:00" theguardian.com Dog Eat Dog: is Paul Schrader the world's best bad director? The Nic Cage-starring thriller is a complete mess, but has moments of audacious brilliance. It shows that, at 70, Schrader is still taking creative risks Dog Eat Dog: is Paul Schrader the world's best bad director?
"14.11.2016 16:00:01" theguardian.com From Weiner to Making A Murderer: this is the golden age of documentaries Documentary films have are more diverse, experimental and popular than ever before. Here we consider why, and survey the genre's game-changers From Weiner to Making A Murderer: this is the golden age of documentaries
"14.11.2016 14:00:01" theguardian.com Role reversals: the classic movie parts that almost went to someone else An American 007? Jack Nicholson as Michael Corleone? With Eddie Redmayne admitting he narrrowly missed out on a role in last year's Star Wars: The Force Awakens, we look back on other Sliding Doors moments from Hollywood history Role reversals: the classic movie parts that almost went to someone else
"14.11.2016 13:00:02" theguardian.com Never mind the baubles: why the best Christmas films are darker than December Festive tales about the comforts of family don't work unless the joy is spiked with pain – from Dickens to Elf and It's a Wonderful Life Never mind the baubles: why the best Christmas films are darker than December
"14.11.2016 11:30:00" theguardian.com Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them review – JK Rowling goes steampunk The latest film from Harry Potter author Rowling's wizarding world is a wonderfully enjoyable adventure featuring Eddie Redmayne as a “magizoologist” who stumbles into a dark magic adventure in New York Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them review – JK Rowling goes steampunk
"14.11.2016 10:45:01" theguardian.com Danny Dyer discovers he is related to two kings and Thomas Cromwell EastEnders actor finds out on BBC lineage show ancestors include Henry VIII's fixer, William the Conqueror and Edward III Danny Dyer discovers he is related to two kings and Thomas Cromwell
"13.11.2016 12:00:01" theguardian.com Collateral Beauty trailer: just when you thought 2016 couldn't get any worse Will Smith plays a troubled man stalked by abstract concepts in a film that packs in Keira Knightley, Kate Winslet and a whole load of sledgehammer symbolism Collateral Beauty trailer: just when you thought 2016 couldn't get any worse
"12.11.2016 12:00:00" theguardian.com Officer and a gentleman: how Sidney Poitier united a divided America As Poitier's 1967 film In the Heat of the Night is re-released in UK cinemas, it's time to celebrate an actor whose dignity and restraint brought people together at a time of deep racial divisions Officer and a gentleman: how Sidney Poitier united a divided America
"11.11.2016 20:00:01" theguardian.com IMDb sues California to overturn law forcing them to remove actors' ages Film database website was told in September that actors could demand to have their ages removed in an attempt to combat age discrimination in the industry IMDb sues California to overturn law forcing them to remove actors' ages
"11.11.2016 19:00:00" theguardian.com The Asperger's comedy troupe: 'We want people to like us because we're funny' The subjects of a new Netflix documentary, Asperger's Are Us talk about guilt bookings, why they hate The Big Bang Theory and the source of their comedy The Asperger's comedy troupe: 'We want people to like us because we're funny'
"11.11.2016 18:00:00" theguardian.com Jennifer Lawrence on election result protests: 'Don't be afraid, be loud!' The Oscar winner has penned an essay detailing how to process Donald Trump's win in the US election and the importance of turning anger into hope Jennifer Lawrence on election result protests: 'Don't be afraid, be loud!'
"11.11.2016 17:00:02" theguardian.com MGM reports $47.8m loss from Ben-Hur box-office flop The wheels came off the biblical remake, which took just $26m in the US despite a production budget of $100m MGM reports $47.8m loss from Ben-Hur box-office flop
"11.11.2016 16:00:00" theguardian.com Divines review – exhilarating urban thriller froths with joie de vivre Houda Benyamina's Paris-set drama about the intense friendship between two young women with dreams of better lives is consistently enjoyable Divines review – exhilarating urban thriller froths with joie de vivre
"11.11.2016 14:00:01" theguardian.com Robert Redford says he will retire from acting after two more films Film star reveals in interview with his grandson that he will complete the projects he is working on and then focus on directing Robert Redford says he will retire from acting after two more films
"11.11.2016 13:00:00" theguardian.com First trailer for Luc Besson's Valerian released Cara Delevingne, Dane DeHaan and Ethan Hawke star in time-travelling science fiction film based on French comic strip from the 1960s First trailer for Luc Besson's Valerian released
"11.11.2016 12:00:02" theguardian.com Can Mel Gibson ever be rehabilitated? Gibson was finished after a run of racist and antisemitic outbursts. But will the second world war drama Hacksaw Ridge prove that there are second acts in Hollywood lives? Can Mel Gibson ever be rehabilitated?
"10.11.2016 22:00:01" theguardian.com French cinematographer Raoul Coutard – a life in pictures The renowned cinematographer who was a key figure in the French New Wave, has died. We look back at his most celebrated collaborations with Truffaut, Godard, and more Remembering French cinematographer Raoul Coutard
"10.11.2016 20:00:01" theguardian.com Winda festival celebrates Indigenous filmmakers from around the world Sydney event to show 33 works over three days with themes of 'spirituality culture, and the importance of family and traditional ways' Winda festival celebrates Indigenous filmmakers from around the world
"10.11.2016 19:08:06" theguardian.com Sesame Street movie is in the works Shawn Levy, who produced sci-fi film Arrival and Netflix TV show Stranger Things, is working on 'imaginative and entertaining' adaptation Shawn Levy, who produced sci-fi film Arrival and Netflix TV show Stranger Things, is working on 'imaginative and entertaining' Sesame Street adaptation
"10.11.2016 18:00:00" theguardian.com Robert De Niro on Donald Trump: 'I can't punch him now he's president' Actor expresses disappointment at Republican's election victory and jokes he may have to move to Italy, but says he has to respect Trump's position 'I just have to see what he's going to do'
"10.11.2016 17:00:00" theguardian.com Arrival review – Amy Adams has a sublime word with alien visitors Denis Villeneuve's thrilling sci-fi epic, in which a linguistics expert is called on to speak for the human race, is daring, clever and touched with skin-crawling strangeness Arrival review – Amy Adams has a sublime word with alien visitors
"09.11.2016 22:00:01" theguardian.com China passes law to ensure films 'serve the people and socialism' First law governing the country's film industry targets box-office fraud and says film-makers must have excellent moral integrity China passes law to ensure films 'serve the people and socialism'
"09.11.2016 18:00:00" theguardian.com The great lost London beat thriller: why to watch The Small World of Sammy Lee Ken Hughes' beat-influenced portrait of 1960s London life was forgotten for years, but has just been restored. Full of weaselly charm, low-rent hipness and rare depictions of Jewish family life, it is well worth rediscovering The great lost London beat thriller: why to watch The Small World of Sammy Lee
"09.11.2016 17:00:00" theguardian.com The New Man review – funny, fearful fatherhood In a painfully honest documentary, film-maker Josh Appignanesi turns the camera on himself as his partner's pregnancy causes him severe existential angst The New Man review – funny, fearful fatherhood
"09.11.2016 13:00:00" theguardian.com Makoto Shinkai: could the anime director be cinema's 'new Miyazaki'? Body-swap drama Your Name has became Japan's first post-Studio Ghibli smash, its themes resonating with a nation still affected by the 2011 earthquake. 'I want to make people happy', its director says Makoto Shinkai: could the anime director be cinema's 'new Miyazaki'?
"09.11.2016 12:30:01" theguardian.com Raoul Coutard, French New Wave cinematographer, dies at 92 Coutard, who shot more than 75 films, was best known for his work with directors such as Jean-Luc Godard, François Truffaut and Jacques Demy Raoul Coutard, French New Wave cinematographer, dies at 92
"09.11.2016 12:00:00" theguardian.com Indian child star of new movie Lion 'denied US visa to attend premiere' Eight-year-old Sunny Pawar plays a key role in film but has reportedly not been given a visa to attend Los Angeles and New York screenings of the movie Indian child star of new movie Lion 'denied US visa to attend premiere'
"08.11.2016 20:00:01" theguardian.com The Accountant adds up to a big deal at the UK box office Ben Affleck action thriller tames A Street Cat Named Bob and Nocturnal Animals as Doctor Strange hangs on to the top spot The Accountant adds up to a big deal at the UK box office
"08.11.2016 18:00:01" theguardian.com Allied: what happens when a film gets eclipsed by gossip Will Allied be remembered as a war classic – or for the feverish speculation about the relationship between Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard? From Burton and Taylor to Titanic, here's what happens when Hollywood loses control What happens when a film gets eclipsed by gossip?
"08.11.2016 14:00:00" theguardian.com Moana review – Disney's Polynesian princess movie can't help itself Culturally accurate and with a pleasing 'know who you are' message, this South Pacific adventure tale nevertheless settles into empowerment cliches Disney's Polynesian princess movie can't help itself
"08.11.2016 13:00:01" theguardian.com How we made Independence Day 'I said there were too many flags. And when it came out, everyone thought I was Mr Superpatriot' 'The question of whether we're alone in the universe has been answered'
"08.11.2016 12:00:02" theguardian.com An American Werewolf in London to be remade by original director's son Max Landis, son of John, will write and direct modern version of 1981 comedy-horror film about two backpackers who are attacked by a werewolf An American Werewolf in London to be remade by original director's son
"07.11.2016 22:00:01" theguardian.com American Pastoral: why can't cinema get Philip Roth right? Ewan McGregor's directorial debut continues a tradition of weak adaptations of the novelist's work. Perhaps film should look at Roth's own life instead American Pastoral: why can't cinema get Philip Roth right?
"07.11.2016 20:00:45" theguardian.com The Lego Batman Movie: five things we learned from new trailer From an incredibly irritating Robin to a lovesick Joker, this extended look at the much-anticipated spin-off suggests a worthy new franchise From an incredibly irritating Robin to a lovesick Joker, this extended look at the much-anticipated spin-off suggests a worthy new franchise
"07.11.2016 19:00:00" theguardian.com Sandman: is Neil Gaiman's comic masterpiece unfilmable? The adaptation of the author's classic work has been shedding writers, directors and has left some people wondering if the project is cursed Sandman: is Neil Gaiman's comic masterpiece unfilmable?
"07.11.2016 17:00:02" theguardian.com Eddie Redmayne: 'I loved Harry Potter, so I don't want to screw up' He suffers for his art, whether it's curling his spine into Stephen Hawking's wheelchair or acting opposite imaginary animals in Fantastic Beasts. But in life, finds Tim Lewis, he's the easiest, wittiest company Eddie Redmayne: 'I loved Harry Potter, so I don't want to screw up'
"07.11.2016 15:00:02" theguardian.com Marvel's Doctor Strange cures struggling US box office as Trolls cast spell Mel Gibson's second world war film Hacksaw Ridge takes third place in a weekend that sees moviegoers flock to cinemas Marvel's Doctor Strange cures struggling US box office as Trolls cast spell
"07.11.2016 13:00:00" theguardian.com Amy Adams: 'I thought, if I can't figure this out, I can't work any more' The Oscar-nominated actor talks about industry sexism, why she cried on set and the pitfalls of a Hollywood marriage Amy Adams: 'I thought, if I can't figure this out, I can't work any more'
"07.11.2016 12:00:00" theguardian.com Bryan Singer to direct Freddie Mercury biopic Director of The Usual Suspects and X-Men is latest choice to helm story of Queen frontman, which has been in development for eight years Bryan Singer to direct Freddie Mercury biopic
"06.11.2016 21:00:00" theguardian.com 'Happy Birthday, Mr President': the story of Marilyn Monroe and that dress The Jean Louis dress that Monroe wore to sing Happy Birthday to JFK is up for auction, a glittering memento of her tragic last days 'Happy Birthday, Mr President': the story of Marilyn Monroe and that dress
"06.11.2016 12:00:02" theguardian.com Steven Seagal: a timeline from film star to Russian citizenship – gallery Martial-arts actor and blues guitarist Steven Seagal has been given Russian citizenship by Vladimir Putin – but how did he get here? We trace Seagal's evolution in pictures Steven Seagal: a timeline from film star to Russian citizenship – in pictures
"06.11.2016 12:00:00" theguardian.com Carrie at 40: why the horror genre remains important for women Brian De Palma's adaptation of Stephen King's tale of a bullied girl taking revenge was both empowering and troubling, with nearly all female main characters Carrie at 40: why the horror genre remains important for women
"06.11.2016 10:00:00" theguardian.com You've Been Trumped Too review – this is what a Trump win would look like A documentary about Donald Trump's battle with Aberdeenshire residents over a golf course reveals the corporate, sociopathic nature of his political vision The polls tighten. The fear rises. And there could hardly be a more urgent or relevant film than this
"05.11.2016 12:00:00" theguardian.com Starship Troopers reboot on the way as Hollywood's 90s nostalgia train rolls on The satirical Paul Verhoeven sci-fi adventure is being made again with a script from the duo behind the upcoming Baywatch movie The satirical Paul Verhoeven sci-fi adventure is being made again with a script from the duo behind the upcoming Baywatch movie
"05.11.2016 10:00:01" theguardian.com Woofering Heights and Peer Window: putting films for pets to the test David Tennant's tender narration murmurs over this double-bill aimed at animals – but Eliot the cat just prowls off to wee on a laundry basket More Than insurance, in conjunction with animal behaviourists, has created a duo of films designed for nervous cats and dogs
"04.11.2016 18:00:01" theguardian.com Khalid Abdalla: 'I didn't have the right to play Arab roles unless I had lived the struggle' The Kite Runner actor is also an activist involved in documenting Egypt's uprising and subsequent collapse. So why has the Cairo premiere of his new film been called off? Khalid Abdalla: 'I didn't have the right to play Arab roles unless I had lived the struggle'
"04.11.2016 17:00:00" theguardian.com Wonder Woman trailer shows her deflecting bullets and vowing to save the world Gal Gadot's character shows off her superhuman reflexes and indestructible shield in the latest look at the Warner Brothers film based on the DC comic “I used to want to save the world, this beautiful place”
"04.11.2016 16:00:01" theguardian.com Chinese conglomerate Dalian Wanda buys Dick Clark productions for $1bn Deal 'marks Wanda's entry into the television production industry' and builds on portfolio that already includes AMC Theaters and Legendary Entertainment The Chinese conglomerate Dalian Wanda Group has finalized a $1bn deal to buy Dick Clark Productions
"04.11.2016 15:00:01" theguardian.com Doctor Strange 'whitewashing' row resurfaces with new criticism of Swinton casting Group monitoring Asian representation in film says Marvel blockbuster is 'tarnished' by casting of Swinton in role depicted as male Tibetan monk in comics Group monitoring Asian representation in film says Marvel blockbuster is 'tarnished' by casting of Swinton in role depicted as male Tibetan monk in comics
"04.11.2016 14:00:00" theguardian.com Quentin Tarantino confirms he will retire after two more films Director of Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs says he hopes when he retires he will be considered 'one of the greatest film-makers that ever lived' 'Hopefully, the way I define success when I finish my career is that I'm considered one of the greatest film-makers that ever lived'
"04.11.2016 13:00:01" theguardian.com Anthony Newley in clip from 1960s British thriller The Small World of Sammy Lee – video Watch a clip from early 60s thriller The Small World of Sammy Lee, a lost gem of British cinema starring Anthony Newley Anthony Newley in clip from 1960s British thriller The Small World of Sammy Lee
"04.11.2016 00:00:01" theguardian.com Why Doctor Strange shares its psychedelic DNA with Pink Floyd Marvel's latest blockbuster has a curious number of musical connections that go way back to the comic's 60s origins Marvel's latest blockbuster has a curious number of musical connections that go way back to the comic's 60s origins
"03.11.2016 23:00:01" theguardian.com Matt Dillon to play serial killer in new Lars von Trier film Actor takes lead in Danish director's latest, The House that Jack Built, in which he plays a murderer who believes he is creating art with his killings Matt Dillon to play serial killer in new Lars von Trier film
"03.11.2016 22:00:01" theguardian.com Johnny Depp to co-star in JK Rowling's Fantastic Beasts sequel The actor, who has a cameo in the first film, will take a prominent role alongside Eddie Redmayne in the second in JK Rowling's Potterverse franchise Johnny Depp to co-star in JK Rowling's Fantastic Beasts sequel
"03.11.2016 21:00:03" theguardian.com Sandy Hook film Newtown to be shown at Cinemark theatres against makers' wishes Documentary directors tried to pull film over cinema chain's treatment of victims of Aurora shooting, but are bound by their contract Sandy Hook film Newtown to be shown at Cinemark theatres against makers' wishes
"03.11.2016 20:00:00" theguardian.com Steven Seagal: a timeline from film star to Russian citizenship – gallery Martial-arts actor and blues guitarist Steven Seagal has been given Russian citizenship by Vladimir Putin – but how did he get here? We trace Seagal's evolution in pictures Martial-arts actor and blues guitarist Steven Seagal has been given Russian citizenship by Vladimir Putin – but how did he get here?
"03.11.2016 19:00:00" theguardian.com Lena Dunham joins team of directors of election day documentary Creator of Girls and Tiny Furniture to be part of film-maker ensemble collaborating on movie about forthcoming US presidential election Lena Dunham joins team of directors of election day documentary
"03.11.2016 18:00:00" theguardian.com Five things we learned from the first full trailer for T2: Trainspotting Do the drugs still work – if so, which ones? Hooray, Kelly Macdonald is still in it, Begbie is, thankfully, still angry and who's not been using moisturiser? Five things we learned from the first full trailer for T2: Trainspotting
"03.11.2016 17:00:01" theguardian.com Hugo Weaving and Rachel Griffiths on Hacksaw Ridge: 'Mel Gibson's never made a bad movie' Gibson comes out firing through the fog, smoke and stink of war in the 'extraordinary true story' about war hero Desmond T Doss Mel Gibson comes out firing through the fog, smoke and stink of war in the 'extraordinary true story' about war hero Desmond T Doss
"03.11.2016 16:00:01" theguardian.com Djimon Hounsou: 'My son told me, I want to be light-skinned so I can climb the walls like Spider-Man' He starred in Legend of Tarzan, and was nominated for two supporting-actor Oscars – he's ready for his own blockbuster now He starred in Legend of Tarzan, and was nominated for two supporting-actor Oscars – Djimon Hounsou is ready for his own blockbuster now
"03.11.2016 15:00:01" theguardian.com New Trainspotting sequel trailer released T2 reunites the surviving four characters from Danny Boyle's 1996 film and looks at what has happened to them 20 years on T2 reunites the surviving four characters from Danny Boyle's 1996 film and looks at what has happened to them 20 years on
"03.11.2016 14:00:01" theguardian.com Moonlight deserves Oscar buzz, but it can't be this year's token black film After #OscarsSoWhite, Birth of a Nation was a critical favorite before a fall from grace. This year, the Academy must recognize tokenism is not enough After #OscarsSoWhite, Birth of a Nation was a critical favorite before a fall from grace. This year, the Academy must recognize tokenism is not enough
"03.11.2016 13:30:01" theguardian.com Alfonso Cuarón film crew 'attacked and robbed' in Mexico City Production staff say group claiming to be local authorities assaulted them and stole their phones, wallets and jewellery Alfonso Cuarón film crew 'attacked and robbed' in Mexico City
"03.11.2016 13:00:00" theguardian.com Nocturnal Animals review – Tom Ford's deliciously toxic tale of revenge Jake Gyllenhaal and Amy Adams star in the gripping story of a broken-hearted ex-husband who wreaks vengeance decades later with his unpublished novel Nocturnal Animals review – Tom Ford's deliciously toxic tale of revenge
"03.11.2016 12:30:00" theguardian.com Karen Gillan to move into directing Scottish actor will also write the screenplay for the movie Tupperware Party, which is expected to start filming in Scotland early next year Scottish actor Karen Gillan will write the screenplay for the movie Tupperware Party, which is expected to start filming in Scotland early next year
"03.11.2016 11:30:01" theguardian.com Mila Kunis rails against Hollywood sexism: 'insulted, sidelined, paid less' Actor says a producer threatened her career when she refused half-naked photo shoot – one example of 'bullshit' faced by women in the industry Actor says a producer threatened her career when she refused half-naked photo shoot – one example of 'bullshit' faced by women in the industry
"02.11.2016 17:00:00" theguardian.com Doctor Strange sweeps into a new cosmic realm at UK box office The Marvel universe expands further as Benedict Cumberbatch's astral-travelling superhero beats Guardians of the Galaxy's opening score The Marvel universe expands further as Benedict Cumberbatch's astral-travelling superhero beats Guardians of the Galaxy's opening score
"02.11.2016 13:00:01" theguardian.com Val Kilmer denies he has cancer after Michael Douglas claims Kilmer responds to Douglas's assertion in an interview that 'things don't look too good for him' by saying he has 'no cancer whatsoever' 'I love Michael Douglas but he is misinformed'
"01.11.2016 22:00:00" theguardian.com I am the Pretty Thing that Lives in the House; The Neon Demon and more – review Hauntings and mind games provide the chills in two superior Halloween releases from Osgood Perkins and Nicolas Winding Refn Hauntings and mind games provide the chills in two superior Halloween releases from Osgood Perkins and Nicolas Winding Refn
"01.11.2016 19:00:01" theguardian.com A Batman for the real world: is Casey Affleck's Villain the superhero we deserve? Is the actor's planned thriller Villain, about a vigilante superhero corrupted by power, a satire on brother Ben Affleck's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice? Is Casey Affleck's planned thriller Villain, about a vigilante superhero corrupted by power, a satire on brother Ben Affleck's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice?
"01.11.2016 18:00:00" theguardian.com I, Daniel Blake leads British independent film award nominations Ken Loach's benefits drama has seven Bifa nominations, with six each for American Honey, Adult Life Skills, Notes on Blindness and Under the Shadow Ken Loach's I, Daniel Blake leads British independent film award nominations
"01.11.2016 16:00:00" theguardian.com Romeo + Juliet at 20: how Baz Luhrmann's adaptation refuses to age The extravagantly mounted adaptation of Shakespeare's doomed romance remains as youthful and effervescent as ever The extravagantly mounted adaptation of Shakespeare's doomed romance remains as youthful and effervescent as ever
"01.11.2016 14:00:38" theguardian.com Brenda Blethyn: 'How did my mum manage with nine kids and just one tap in the house?' Playing the mother in Ethel & Ernest, the film version of Raymond Briggs's graphic novel about his parents, brought back tough childhood memories for the star 'In life, tragedy and comedy are always matched'
"01.11.2016 13:00:00" theguardian.com Disney plans to make live-action Snow White remake of classic film The studio will reinterpret Grimm's fairy tale with original songs in latest remake of the 1937 animated film, as part of its trend to revamp its own classics As part of Disney's trend to revamp its own classics, Grimm's fairy tale with original songs is next on the list
"01.11.2016 11:00:00" theguardian.com China's limit on imported films relaxed amid box office downturn New releases increase number of Hollywood films shown in China to 38 – four more than the usual quota New releases increase number of Hollywood films shown in China to 38 – four more than the usual quota
"31.10.2016 13:40:19" theguardian.com Tom Hardy to play Al Capone in final days of gangster's life Film will focus on the criminal's struggle in his later years against dementia and the harrowing memories of his violent life
"31.10.2016 11:54:22" theguardian.com Tippi Hedren: Alfred Hitchcock sexually assaulted me Star of The Birds and Marnie says director grabbed her, attempted to kiss her and had a secret door installed between his office and her dressing room
"31.10.2016 09:50:57" theguardian.com The Ivory Game review – timely account of elephants' death throes The ivory trade has been legitimised and stimulated, leading, as this angry, valuable documentary shows, to the near extinction of a species
"31.10.2016 08:06:38" theguardian.com Richard Linklater: American cinema's last true maverick? The Boyhood director's relaxed individualism is celebrated in a new documentary about his sprawling, and often brilliant, career
"31.10.2016 01:04:40" theguardian.com Rose Byrne: 'Arthur Miller's A View From the Bridge took my breath away' Ahead of her appearance in Sydney Theatre Company's Speed-the-Plow, the actor reflects on the 'electric' production that was the beginning of her journey
"30.10.2016 18:41:58" theguardian.com Boo! A Madea Halloween scares away box office rivals as Inferno flames out Tyler Perry's latest film toppled another A-lister as Tom Hanks and Ron Howard's latest Dan Brown adaptation made about half of what some anticipated
"30.10.2016 13:40:17" theguardian.com Train to Busan review – a nonstop zombie thrill ride Social satire competes with melodrama and gore into this frenetic South Korean horror movie about a rail-borne plague
"30.10.2016 13:09:15" theguardian.com The Comedian's Guide to Survival review – the tale of a luckless standup Inbetweeners star James Buckley plays a failing performer in an unfocused tale that is short on laughs
"30.10.2016 12:40:15" theguardian.com Doctor Strange review – sharp wit and spiritual popcorn Benedict Cumberbatch is unpredictable and intriguing as the Marvel superhero in a brain-melting tale that reinvigorates the genre
"30.10.2016 12:10:15" theguardian.com Ethel & Ernest review – tea and crumpets but not much magic The screen version of Raymond Briggs's affectionate tribute to his parents fails to beguile like The Snowman or When the Wind Blows
"30.10.2016 11:37:15" theguardian.com Starfish review – a true story of disease and domestic struggle Though intimate and well-meaning, a young father's shocking ordeal after being struck with sepsis is tough to watch, and more suited to TV than cinema
"30.10.2016 10:27:14" theguardian.com Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World review – dispatch from a technology tourist Internet luddite Werner Herzog offers a sporadically fascinating glimpse of a vast and complex subject
"30.10.2016 08:35:49" theguardian.com Burn Burn Burn review – an emotionally authentic road trip Young British director Chanya Button makes a promising debut with a tragicomic tale of two women who set out to disperse the ashes of their late friend
"30.10.2016 07:50:48" theguardian.com After Love review – wrenching exploration of a failed relationship Bérénice Bejo and Cédric Kahn star in this superbly acted depiction of a couple reaching the end of the road
"30.10.2016 07:14:47" theguardian.com I am the Pretty Thing that Lives in the House; The Neon Demon and more – review Hauntings and mind games provide the chills in two superior Halloween releases from Osgood Perkins and Nicolas Winding Refn
"29.10.2016 19:22:47" theguardian.com How a writer's first film script inspired Idris Elba to become its star Leon Butler asked a friend for help and ended up meeting the Wire actor
"29.10.2016 15:50:26" theguardian.com Tax breaks and talent fuel UK's creative industry boom TV and film production, led by shows such as Netflix's The Crown, is surging ahead despite Brexit fears
"29.10.2016 15:20:35" theguardian.com Jennifer Lawrence hails 'my vote for president' Jodie Foster Hunger Games actor presented fellow Oscar-winner with award for excellence in film at Britannia awards in LA
"29.10.2016 13:17:47" theguardian.com Moonlight portrays black gay life in its joy, sadness and complexity At a time when gay culture is overwhelmingly white, Barry Jenkins explores the experience of queer black men and the challenges we face
"29.10.2016 10:31:05" theguardian.com From John Carpenter to Slipknot's Clown: what scares the masters of horror? It's not just fans who get the chills – even horror's finest find themselves frightened sometimes. From cows to cannibals, here are their primal fears
"29.10.2016 08:15:46" theguardian.com Scary movie site Shudder is resurrecting the horror of the TV schedules It's hard to find genuine chills in our information-overload era – but this new 24-hour scary movie service is full of unpleasant surprises
"28.10.2016 22:35:47" theguardian.com Rambo: second blood? Action movie classic to get a reboot A Stallone-free restart of the franchise will hit the big screen from the director of Michael Shannon thriller The Iceman
"28.10.2016 19:41:02" theguardian.com The 'world's worst director': are Uwe Boll's movies really that bad? With the critic-baiting director of films such as Bloodrayne and Alone in the Dark announcing his retirement, it's time to reappraise five of his 'worst' titles
"28.10.2016 19:00:59" theguardian.com Nate Parker case: Penn State under investigation for possible misconduct State attorney general's office reportedly considering whether university mishandled sexual assault allegations and 'suggests a broader pattern of inaction'
"28.10.2016 17:38:43" theguardian.com Ae Dil Hai Mushkil review – a traditional weepie, unlikely to offend Despite controversy over the casting, Karan Johar's romance, pairing drippy Ranbir Kapoor with spiky Anushka Sharma, has a failure of nerve about Hindu-Muslim relations
"28.10.2016 15:10:44" theguardian.com After The Maltese Falcon: how film noir took flight Ushering in an uneasy world of femmes fatales and shady sleuths, The Maltese Falcon marked the beginnings of film noir. Seventy-five years on, how can this genre speak to our times?
"28.10.2016 14:39:45" theguardian.com A view to a thrill: readers share their favourite horror films It's seek-shelter-behind-sofa-time for many this weekend with the horror genre dominating the film schedules. Here are some of your eerie favourites
"28.10.2016 14:07:45" theguardian.com Werner Herzog: 'My fake selves have some unifying sensory organ' The film director has hypnotised his casts and trailed grizzly bears. Now he's plunging into cyberspace. He talks about growing up in remote Bavaria, internet evil – and what he thinks about Twerzogs and Wernerbots
"28.10.2016 13:29:07" theguardian.com Sandy Hook film-makers join Cinemark boycott over Aurora shooting Directors of Newtown withdraw film from chain after it emerged it was seeking legal fees from victims' families for failed lawsuit
"28.10.2016 12:47:07" theguardian.com 'The power of Christ compels you': a pop culture guide to the perfect exorcism The TV adaptation of The Exorcist has brought demon banishment to the small screen, but how does it add up compared to its forebears?
"28.10.2016 10:01:55" theguardian.com Match the election candidates to the movie – quiz Apparently there's an election going on in the US at the moment. So what better time to test your knowledge of these campaign themed films.
"28.10.2016 07:07:55" theguardian.com When tree surgeons attack: ordinary jobs that deserve a sexy Hollywood makeover The Accountant has brought balls-to-the-wall action to double-entry book-keeping. Wait till you hear what's in store for The Checkout Assistant
"28.10.2016 03:53:38" theguardian.com Starfish review – ordeal by illness painfully rendered This drama based on the true story of a man who lost limbs and part of his face after contracting septicaemia has good performances, but the story may be better served with a documentary
"28.10.2016 03:15:39" theguardian.com The Comedian's Guide to Survival review – heard the one about the unfunny standup? James Buckley plays real comedian James Mullinger in a British film blending fact and fiction, with comics appearing as themselves. Trouble is, it's not funny
"28.10.2016 02:50:38" theguardian.com Let's Be Evil review – routine stalk'n'slasher undermined by budget US teenagers are kept underground for a doomed world-building project in this cheap British teen horror flick
"28.10.2016 00:40:40" theguardian.com Attack of the Lederhosen Zombies review – snowy zomcom splatfest Trapped snowboarders try to escape the ski-based zombie apocalypse in this gruesome, if spirited, horror complete with not-very-special special effects
"28.10.2016 00:06:39" theguardian.com NG83: When We Were B Boys review – sweet but baggy breakdancing doc Ageing B-boys reminisce in this wry but tender look at how hip-hop culture turned 1980s East Midlands suburbia into beat street
"27.10.2016 23:37:38" theguardian.com Burn Burn Burn review – confident road-trip comedy about millennials A last request to scatter their best friend's ashes leads to some surreal and startling moments on the road
"27.10.2016 23:00:40" theguardian.com Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World review – Herzog's sombre look at the digital ... Werner Herzog's documentary about how the internet has changed civilisation is thorough and thoughtful, if not conclusive
"27.10.2016 22:30:42" theguardian.com Train to Busan review – Korean zombies-on-a-train movie is a terrific ride Yeon Sang-ho's live-action debut delivers on its delicious premise, as a father and his daughter have to survive carriages of the enraged undead
"27.10.2016 22:00:42" theguardian.com Ethel & Ernest review – moving adaptation of Raymond Briggs's graphic novel The second feature animation from the When the Wind Blows author tells the charming story of his parents' marriage
"27.10.2016 21:25:32" theguardian.com Further Beyond review – cinematic essay on loss and exile is essential viewing Joe Lawlor and Christine Molloy's intellectually stimulating movie – part essay, documentary and quirky drama – is in a class of its own
"27.10.2016 20:55:31" theguardian.com Boyz N the Hood review – a blistering humanitarian classic that has not dated John Singleton's fluent, stylish and powerful film about life in South Central LA, watched again 25 years after its release, impresses with its lack of cynicism
"27.10.2016 20:25:28" theguardian.com Mel Gibson: 'I've never discriminated against anyone' The actor-director speaks to Variety about his controversial antisemitic comments during a 2006 arrest, calling it 'an unfortunate incident'
"27.10.2016 19:55:21" theguardian.com Ingmar Bergman's Sixty-Four Minutes With Rebecka: intriguing, sexy and intense The newly discovered screenplay suggests the then 51-year-old film-maker reacting to the sexual liberation of the 1960s in characteristic fashion
"27.10.2016 18:40:23" theguardian.com Kes's David Bradley: 'I can't watch the end of the film. It's just too much' As a 14-year-old boy from a mining community, he won a Bafta for his role in Ken Loach's bleak film Kes. He explains why the sequel never got off the ground
"27.10.2016 18:10:24" theguardian.com The Shining has lost its shine – Kubrick was slumming it in a genre he despised The director's horror masterpiece deserves its cult status, but now after its motifs have been quoted endlessly for years, its thrills have worn thin
"27.10.2016 17:01:08" theguardian.com Previously unknown Ingmar Bergman script to be filmed by former antagonist 1969 screenplay for Sixty-Four Minutes With Rebecka was intended as a collaboration with fellow auteurs Federico Fellini and Akira Kurosawa
"27.10.2016 16:31:04" theguardian.com Cruise and Hanks: from golden boys to wasted talents The two Toms are the last 80s superstars still able to open a movie on their name alone. But movies such as Inferno and Jack Reacher confirm their descent into dependability
"27.10.2016 16:00:03" theguardian.com After Love review – Bejo and Kahn prove that breaking up is hard to do Bérénice Bejo and Cédric Kahn star in a painfully intimate, horribly fascinating drama about the emotional and financial complexities of a separation
"27.10.2016 15:31:02" theguardian.com 'It really got to me': Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander on The Light Between Oceans – video... Adapted from the novel by ML Stedman, The Light Between Oceans is a sweeping romance about a married couple who are faced with a dilemma when a boat washes up on shore with a crying baby.
"27.10.2016 12:45:01" theguardian.com Tom Cruise: Scientology is 'a beautiful religion' Actor makes rare public comment on controversial religion, saying it has helped him 'incredibly' for more than 30 years
"27.10.2016 10:35:49" theguardian.com Kevin Hart to play Santa Claus in Disney film Comedian to take on part of Father Christmas in Dashing Through the Snow, a family comedy about an overworked New York policeman
"26.10.2016 19:24:17" theguardian.com Is this a photo of Bill Murray or Tom Hanks? The internet can't decide A photo posted to a Facebook group triggered debate just as furious as that surrounding The Dress – is it Murray impersonating a crying baby, or is it Hanks?
"26.10.2016 15:40:07" theguardian.com Small wonders: the tiny world of F Percy Smith From acrobatic flies to suckling bees, Smith's stop-motion nature films astonished viewers a century ago. Now Tindersticks' Stuart Staples has set them to music in a dark and dreamy movie
"26.10.2016 14:49:32" theguardian.com Iggy Pop and Jim Jarmusch: 'The world urinated on the Stooges' In Detroit, the director and rock legend unite to discuss a cathartic new documentary about the Stooges, the ultimate 'ass-kicking rock'n'roll band'
"26.10.2016 14:00:56" theguardian.com Doctor Strange: psychedelic visuals, political whitewash and a magical Cumberbatch – discuss with... Benedict Cumberbatch cast the same spell on you, and is the latest film from the Marvel cinematic universe up there with the greats?
"26.10.2016 13:13:49" theguardian.com Kevin Costner sues for $3.85m over film festival 'fraud' Actor alleges that Chinese financier and production company Kylin Pictures used his name to help get backing for film, then fired him without paying
"26.10.2016 10:35:27" theguardian.com Ice Cube to star as Fagin in new Oliver Twist film NWA rapper will play Fagin in new musical adaptation of the Dickens story, with Tony-winning director of Broadway hit Hamilton behind the camera
"26.10.2016 08:10:08" theguardian.com The Red Pill: Melbourne cinema drops men's rights film after feminist backlash Documentary criticised as unbalanced and cinema cancels screening worried it could be 'potentially damaging to our credibility'
"26.10.2016 07:10:07" theguardian.com The Accountant's Ben Affleck and Anna Kendrick on the profession's 'sexy hitman makeover' – video... Ben Affleck and Anna Kendrick talk about the thriller in which they play a pair of accountants targeted for assassination.
"25.10.2016 20:37:52" theguardian.com From Alien to Nosferatu: the most horrifying movie monsters of all time The news that Ridley Scott's Alien: Covenant will feature a terrifying new 'neomorph' recalls a history of nightmarish on-screen creatures
"25.10.2016 17:16:01" theguardian.com Treble top! The film that captures the party power of darts The showmen, the drama, the mohicans, the maths … House of Flying Arrows is the documentary darts deserves
"25.10.2016 16:51:59" theguardian.com Jack O'Connell to play Alexander McQueen in biopic Andrew Haigh to direct film about late British fashion designer preparing for 2009 show in which he revisited his most famous designs
"25.10.2016 15:42:46" theguardian.com I, Daniel Blake scores impressive result at UK box office as Trolls takes top spot DreamWorks animation scares up a £5.44m debut and forceful marketing delivers handsome opening for Ken Loach's arthouse hit
"25.10.2016 15:07:45" theguardian.com Saved by the bed? How not to die in horror films A company in Cheshire has woken up to the real meaning of 31 October and provided a list of the deadliest furniture in horror films. At last
"25.10.2016 14:05:38" theguardian.com Warner Brothers sues talent agency over alleged leaking of films Studio claims Innovative Artists infringed copyright by making copies of screener DVDs of films including Creed and In the Heart of the Sea
"25.10.2016 13:42:32" theguardian.com Does Brie Larson's Captain Marvel signal a new era of superhero diversity? From an ageing Wolverine to Tilda Swinton's turn in Doctor Strange, Hollywood's superheroes are making progress – even if Wonder Woman isn't quite ready for the UN
"25.10.2016 11:45:31" theguardian.com Shaun the Sheep Movie sequel on way, says Wallace and Gromit maker Aardman Work on Shaun the Sheep Movie 2 will start in January, says Bristol-based animations producer
"25.10.2016 09:44:21" theguardian.com Peter Jackson to produce film based on Mortal Engines books Lord of the Rings director will write and produce, while his longtime protege Christian Rivers will direct adaptation of steampunk fantasy series
"25.10.2016 07:11:31" theguardian.com François Truffaut in a clip from his classic film-about-film-making Day for Night – video Watch a clip from Day for Night, French new wave director Truffaut's 1973 comment about the film-making process
"24.10.2016 18:10:56" theguardian.com Sonita's director: why I paid $2,000 to stop a rapper being sold into a forced marriage Rokhsareh Ghaem Maghami set out to make a film about an Afghan refugee performer – and ended up helping her escape
"24.10.2016 16:20:57" theguardian.com Letter: Wolfgang Suschitzky obituary Christopher Martin writes: Wolfgang Suschitzky shot some 50 short films, most of them documentaries
"24.10.2016 15:59:54" theguardian.com Benedict Cumberbatch answers your questions – live! The Doctor Strange and Sherlock star joins us to reply to your questions in a live webchat, right now – read his answers below
"24.10.2016 14:17:07" theguardian.com Deadpool director quits sequel over 'creative differences' with Ryan Reynolds Former visual effects expert Tim Miller will not return for follow-up to surprise hit, but studio says departure was amicable
"24.10.2016 13:35:57" theguardian.com Jack Reacher: Never Go Back author Lee Child: 'It's a very fertile avenue for political statement... The second Jack Reacher movie features Tom Cruise as the roving baddie-thumper, and Lee Child, author of the original series of novels, talks about how the format allows him to address social issues by stealth
"24.10.2016 13:06:53" theguardian.com Doctor Strange review – Benedict Cumberbatch relishes an eyepoppingly freaky extravaganza The new Marvel superhero yarn features the Sherlock star as a medical doctor who seeks help from a mysterious guru, the Ancient One, after a terrible accident
"24.10.2016 11:00:49" theguardian.com Tyler Perry's Madea beats Tom Cruise's Jack Reacher at US box office Ninth instalment of Perry's franchise tops second adaptation of Lee Child novel in battle of the sequels
"24.10.2016 08:21:45" theguardian.com Savage kingdoms: Werner Herzog takes us from the Earth's core into cyberspace The Bavarian director tackles creation and destruction in two absorbing new documentaries about very different subjects
"23.10.2016 16:52:07" theguardian.com Bollywood film set to open in India after Pakistani actor ban Deal to ban Pakistani actors from Indian films in future leads Hindu nationalist party to call off threat to cinemas
"23.10.2016 13:54:07" theguardian.com Tom Ford: 'I wore a suit on set. It's a uniform… I feel weak in trainers' As his much-anticipated second movie, Nocturnal Animals, is released, the designer turned film director talks about dress code, family and eccentricity
"23.10.2016 13:30:06" theguardian.com I, Daniel Blake review – a battle cry for the dispossessed Ken Loach crafts a Cathy Come Home for the 21st century that resonates long after you leave the cinema
"23.10.2016 13:05:07" theguardian.com Jack Reacher: Never Go Back review – no-frills fisticuffs Tom Cruise returns as the taciturn hero in a single-minded adventure with a bland supporting cast
"23.10.2016 12:41:07" theguardian.com Ouija: Origin of Evil review – dark side of suburbia This prequel to the supernatural vehicle for a board game is impressively tense – for the first hour at least
"23.10.2016 12:16:09" theguardian.com Notes on Blindness; Behemoth; The Boss; Gods of Egypt and more – review Two documentaries play with form and evoke suffering on scales small and large, while Melissa McCarthy outshines her own film
"23.10.2016 11:51:06" theguardian.com Keeping Up With the Joneses review – the Mad Man next door Jon Hamm and Wonder Woman are the new neighbours in a thin action spoof
"23.10.2016 10:36:29" theguardian.com Queen of Katwe review – warm and winning Disney's rags-to-riches tale of a Ugandan chess champion will leave you with a lump in your throat
"23.10.2016 09:45:21" theguardian.com Sonita review – profile of an irrepressible wordsmith An Afghan teen uses rap to attack the practice of selling daughters into marriage in this powerful documentary
"23.10.2016 08:29:22" theguardian.com Trolls review – Smurfland it is not Happy imps are pitted against hideous ogres in this knowing DayGlo kids' film
"23.10.2016 07:10:31" theguardian.com In Pursuit of Silence review – quiet please… This elegant documentary's worldwide search for silence is marred by its unnecessary score
"22.10.2016 16:24:24" theguardian.com Carey Mulligan urges British government to take strong stance on Aleppo – video Hundreds of London protesters, including actress Carey Mulligan, leave teddy bears outside the prime minister's office as they demanded a larger British role in ending attacks on civilians in Syria's Aleppo on Saturday
"22.10.2016 11:39:24" theguardian.com Benedict Cumberbatch on Doctor Strange: 'It's mind-blowing and very funny' The Sherlock star joins the superhero scene as a psychedelic “master of black magic”, able to warp time and space. But will Marvel's trippy gamble pay off?
"22.10.2016 10:06:25" theguardian.com Can Notes On Blindness change the way streaming caters for disabled people? On-demand video may be ubiquitous, but it's often inaccessible to many viewers. Now the release of John Hull's docudrama looks set to turn the tide
"22.10.2016 07:12:24" theguardian.com Michael Fassbender: 'I was a bit of a worrywart. I've tried to work on that' He does raw and repressed better than anyone, but off-screen the actor is learning how to relax. He talks old friends, forgiveness and on-screen nudity
"21.10.2016 22:50:27" theguardian.com Donald Glover to play Lando Calrissian in spinoff about young Han Solo Glover will join Alden Ehrenreich, playing Solo, in the still untitled Star Wars spinoff depicting the space smuggler's 'formative years as a scoundrel on the rise'
"21.10.2016 21:50:25" theguardian.com Jennifer Lawrence to play jazz age icon Zelda Fitzgerald in new biopic Ron Howard is considering directing the drama about her tumultous relationship to author F Scott Fitzgerald, inspired by Nancy Milford's bestselling biography
"21.10.2016 21:07:06" theguardian.com Leonardo DiCaprio to play music pioneer Sam Phillips in new biopic The Oscar winner is also set to produce the adaptation of Peter Guralnick's book Sam Phillips: the Man Who Invented Rock'n'Roll
"21.10.2016 20:43:06" theguardian.com James Franco's gay porn drama: 'He loves his scandalous stories' King Cobra director Justin Kelly talks about his film based on Brent Corrigan's career and how far Franco, who plays a porn producer, was willing to go on screen
"21.10.2016 19:57:35" theguardian.com I'm Not Ashamed review – faith-based drama exploits Columbine tragedy The company who brought us God's Not Dead and God's Not Dead 2 returns with a Christian drama centered on the 1999 school shooting with queasy results
"21.10.2016 16:57:56" theguardian.com Zoe Ball to be first in series of Film 2016 guest presenters The BBC's long-running movie discussion show decides not to find permanent replacement for Claudia Winkleman, who announced departure in September
"21.10.2016 14:51:00" theguardian.com Tyler Perry's Boo! A Madea Halloween review – more tricks than treats The return of Perry's phenomenally successful character has funny moments but shoddy direction and gay panic jokes make it scary in the wrong way
"21.10.2016 14:09:41" theguardian.com 'The American epic': Hollywood's enduring love for the western While it might not be the box office mainstay it once was, the genre is experiencing a renaissance, something that's telling of the state of America in 2016
"21.10.2016 12:59:55" theguardian.com Manchester by the Sea and Moonlight lead Gotham award nominations Indie features lead early awards charge, with study of black gay man growing up in Miami and Casey Affleck drama receiving multiple nods
"21.10.2016 11:50:42" theguardian.com Shailene Woodley explains her North Dakota oil pipeline protest Actor arrested after protesting against construction of $3.7bn oil pipeline says the work risks contaminating Native American sacred sites
"21.10.2016 11:10:42" theguardian.com Moonlight's Tarell Alvin McCraney: 'I never had a coming out moment' The award-winning playwright sees his life as a gay man growing up in Miami transported to the big screen in the Oscar-tipped drama
"21.10.2016 10:08:44" theguardian.com Tom Hardy to play Antarctic explorer Ernest Shackleton British actor cast in tale of polar expedition leader who led his crew to safety when their ship was destroyed by ice
"21.10.2016 09:05:21" theguardian.com Five of the best… films out now in the UK I, Daniel Blake | American Honey | In Pursuit Of Silence | Sonita | Queen Of Katwe
"21.10.2016 07:35:17" theguardian.com Into the Inferno review – Werner Herzog peers into the depths of the volcano In an unnerving documentary, images of throbbing magma are spliced with stories of the people living with the threat of spectacularly destructive eruptions
"21.10.2016 07:15:20" theguardian.com Pierce Brosnan apologises over Indian ad for shunned chewing mixture James Bond actor says he signed up to advertise breath freshener and was 'shocked' to learn campaign was for pan masala, a product linked to cancers
"21.10.2016 06:42:17" theguardian.com Dave Johns, star of I, Daniel Blake: 'This film can make things change' After 30 years as a standup, the comedian landed the lead in Ken Loach's excoriating new film. Now he's being talked of as an Oscar-winner, but it's the movie's potential to make a difference that really excites him
"20.10.2016 23:29:50" theguardian.com Phantom Boy review – entertaining romp doubles a superhero origin myth A boy being treated for cancer develops superpowers and tackles a supervillain in this engaging animated fantasy adventure
"20.10.2016 23:05:50" theguardian.com Keeping Up With the Joneses review – curtain twitching comedy raises odd snicker There's more lingerie than laughs in this dull meet-the-superspy-neighbours actioner
"20.10.2016 22:50:52" theguardian.com Queen of Katwe review – heartfelt tale of against-the-odds chess heroine Mira Nair's sweet movie, based on the real Ugandan chess champ Phiona Mutesi (well played by Madina Nalwanga) doesn't exactly stretch Lupita Nyong'o and David Oyelowo, but it's hard to dislike
"20.10.2016 22:26:52" theguardian.com Trolls review – multicoloured collectables overcome in children's sleepover fare Perky troll Poppy enlists the help of misery Branch to help her find tufty-haired happy in a glaringly bright kids' cartoon with songs
"20.10.2016 22:02:50" theguardian.com In Pursuit of Silence – noise annoys in a paean to quiet Patrick Shen's occasionally pretentious but persuasive documentary wants us to reclaim the art of silence in an age of cultural digital tinnitus
"20.10.2016 21:38:49" theguardian.com Before the Flood review – DiCaprio's level-headed climate change doc Correctly identifying the most important issue of our time, the actor uses his clout and his carbon footprint to travel the world and ponder the incongruities
"20.10.2016 21:14:49" theguardian.com Sonita review – a refugee's dreams of superstardom This affecting documentary follows the fortunes of an Afghan teenager living in exile whose family want to sell her into marriage
"20.10.2016 20:50:52" theguardian.com Atomic: Living in Dread and Promise review – laborious archival pasteup Mark Cousins' cine-essay for BBC Storyville to mark the 70th anniversary of the Hiroshima bomb falls short as straight documentary or visual poetry
"20.10.2016 19:40:41" theguardian.com I Am Not Your Negro – James Baldwin's words weave film of immense power Raoul Peck's stunning look at the civil rights era ends up as the writer's presumptive autobiography, but it gets there via an unexpected route
"20.10.2016 18:15:00" theguardian.com Lupita Nyong'o: 'Art is political in whatever way you slice it' Since 12 Years A Slave, the actor has landed roles in Star Wars and The Jungle Book and dined with the Obamas. Now she's playing the mother of a chess prodigy in Queen of Katwe
"20.10.2016 17:50:56" theguardian.com Twist in the tale: super spin-offs start to replace film remakes and sequels Hollywood has discovered a new trend beyond the sequel: 'cinematic universe' world-building. Exhibit A: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
"20.10.2016 17:19:51" theguardian.com Nate Parker's Birth of a Nation expected to lose millions for Fox Slavery drama was record purchase at Sundance festival but box-office takings hurt by resurfacing of rape allegations against director and average reviews
"20.10.2016 16:40:51" theguardian.com Anne Hathaway: 'Male energy is very different from toxic masculinity' In Colossal she plays a drunk drifter. Which will make good preparation for her Plan B in life …
"20.10.2016 15:58:47" theguardian.com Sidney Poitier's Mister Tibbs voted best performance by black actor in public poll Actor's turn in In the Heat of the Night tops the BFI's Black Star poll, while industry experts pick Angela Bassett's performance as Tina Turner in What's Love Got to Do With It
"20.10.2016 14:20:56" theguardian.com Logan trailer: first sight of Hugh Jackman's final Wolverine film The trailer for the third and last of the Wolverine series has materialised on the internet, with Jackman's metal-clawed mutant fighting age as well has the usual foes
"20.10.2016 13:39:48" theguardian.com Ken Loach on I, Daniel Blake: 'The climate of fear is unacceptable' – video interview I, Daniel Blake tells the story of a man who is denied disability benefit after a heart attack
"20.10.2016 13:08:49" theguardian.com I, Daniel Blake review – Ken Loach's quiet rage against injustice This powerful parable about the failings of the benefits system avoids irony and cynicism and treats its troubled characters with humour and humanity
"20.10.2016 12:30:52" theguardian.com JJ Abrams: key Force Awakens shot inspired by Ava DuVernay Star Wars director acted on advice from Hollywood peer to intensify emotion of Daisy Ridley's Rey in climactic Episode VII lightsaber duel with Kylo Ren
"20.10.2016 10:34:48" theguardian.com Benedict Cumberbatch webchat – post your questions now The Doctor Strange and Sherlock star is joining us to answer your questions in a live webchat on Monday 24 October – post them in the comments below
"20.10.2016 10:09:44" theguardian.com Colin Firth to float into Mary Poppins sequel Actor would join Meryl Streep, Emily Blunt, Ben Whishaw, Emily Mortimer and Lin-Manuel Miranda in Mary Poppins Returns, set 25 years after events of original
"20.10.2016 08:39:43" theguardian.com American Pastoral and the curse of adapting a literary classic Ewan McGregor's take on Philip Roth's Pulitzer-winning novel has been critically reviled but it's not the first hyped adaptation to disappoint ardent literary fans
"20.10.2016 04:08:43" theguardian.com Broadway crash landing for Katharine Hepburn: archive, 20 October 1952 20 October 1952: The Hollywood legend's performance on stage in The Millionairess does not impress the critics
"19.10.2016 21:20:46" theguardian.com Boys in the Trees review – a coming-of-age film with Fright Night flourishes At its best, Nicholas Verso's tale of estranged teens feels like an attempt to reinvent The Babadook by way of Heartbreak High
"19.10.2016 19:30:48" theguardian.com Willy Wonka big screen reboot is in the works The Roald Dahl character is being revived for a forthcoming screen outing from the producer of the Harry Potter franchise
"19.10.2016 17:53:44" theguardian.com Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2: first teaser trailer debuts online The studio has released the first trailer for James Gunn's forthcoming sequel to his blockbuster that was the highest grossing film in the US in 2014
"19.10.2016 14:08:31" theguardian.com Jack Reacher: Never Go Back review – pecs, punchups and popcorn galore Tom Cruise rattles through every trope in the book as the vigilante ex-soldier, this time fleeing corrupt bosses in a high-octane sequel that revels in its absurdity
"19.10.2016 12:30:42" theguardian.com Wang Jianlin: does China's richest man have a plan to take over Hollywood? The Chinese real estate billionaire is storming into the film industry, but his ties to the Communist party have some suspecting a bid for cultural influence
"19.10.2016 09:53:44" theguardian.com Leonardo DiCaprio looking to star in real life tale of Jim Crow south Beth Macy's Truevine tells the story of albino black boys displayed as circus freaks in racially segregated Virginia, and DiCaprio's production company is negotiating rights to the book
"19.10.2016 07:50:30" theguardian.com Michael Moore in TrumpLand review – part dingus, part holy roller aiming to help Clinton The Fahrenheit 9/11 director has spent the past 11 days putting together this film to explain why, though he voted for Sanders in the primary, is going for Clinton now
"19.10.2016 06:48:29" theguardian.com Michael Moore gets behind Hillary Clinton at surprise TrumpLand film screening Film-maker and Sanders supporter says he was so spooked by the shock Brexit vote that he rushed his documentary out before the election to make the case for Clinton
"18.10.2016 23:10:25" theguardian.com Museum launches Kickstarter to restore Dorothy's ruby slippers The Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History is seeking public help to raise $300,000 for restoration of Wizard of Oz slippers
"18.10.2016 16:39:28" theguardian.com Michael Moore to release surprise Donald Trump documentary The Oscar-winning film-maker has announced the release of Michael Moore in Trumpland, 'the film Ohio Republicans tried to shut down'
"18.10.2016 15:55:15" theguardian.com The Girl on the Train still UK's top ticket as Bridget Jones's Baby makes history Emily Blunt's thrilling commute outpaces Tom Hanks's globetrotting adventures in Inferno in a clash of book adaptations
"18.10.2016 15:31:12" theguardian.com Mumbai film festival drops Pakistani classic after protesters' threat The Day Shall Dawn removed from schedule following threat to disrupt screenings amid tensions on the India-Pakistan border
"18.10.2016 12:54:35" theguardian.com Hugh Grant to star in Paddington sequel as a vain acting legend past his prime Brendan Gleeson also confirmed for the second film about the misadventures of the marmalade-loving bear from deepest, darkest Peru
"18.10.2016 11:57:32" theguardian.com Don DeLillo's White Noise to be adapted for film Michael Almereyda is set to adapt the 1985 story of professor of Hitler studies forced to confront his mortality when a toxic black cloud appears above his town
"18.10.2016 11:10:33" theguardian.com Dash Shaw on his animated teen movie: 'It was kind of a collage' The cartoonist makes his big screen debut with the ambitious high school disaster cartoon My Entire High School Sinking Into the Sea, featuring the voices of Jason Schwartzman and Lena Dunham
"18.10.2016 10:30:36" theguardian.com 'Wrong' for a white man to direct new Mulan film, say fans Choice of Alex Graves ends hopes that an Asian film-maker would direct the live action story of a Chinese woman who joins the army in place of her sick father
"18.10.2016 09:59:32" theguardian.com Ouija: Origin of Evil review – prequel keeps spirits high with schlocky scares Mike Flanagan's film is essentially a branding exercise, and its setup formulaic, but the director injects plenty of fun into this story of supernatural possession
"18.10.2016 09:15:32" theguardian.com Tim Burton and the myth of the lone genius We like to believe that great artists follow their muse, not the crowd – but far more radical and original work is produced when they listen and collaborate
"18.10.2016 06:53:31" theguardian.com Ken Loach on the BBC: deeply political, and 'a nightmare' for directors Film director criticises 'manipulative' news coverage and says there is need to democratise the corporation
"17.10.2016 17:34:25" theguardian.com The empire strikes back: Disney to sue school that teaches lightsaber skills Subsidiary Lucasfilm is filing a lawsuit against LightsaberAcademy.com for trademark infringement and unfair competition
"17.10.2016 17:09:23" theguardian.com Birth of the Dragon: makers of film about Bruce Lee respond to 'yellowface' row Producer and director contest complaints that their drama sidelines Lee in favour of an invented white character, and other cultural insensitivities
"17.10.2016 16:30:03" theguardian.com Should Ewan McGregor's Obi-Wan Kenobi land his own Star Wars spin-off? McGregor remains keen to pick up the lightsaber again, but is a standalone adventure set between Revenge of the Sith and Star Wars really a good idea?
"17.10.2016 14:51:49" theguardian.com Thor: Ragnarok to ignore rest of Marvel universe, says director Taika Waititi says he made an effort to ignore other films about the hammer-wielding superhero in order to 'just make my own awesome movie'
"17.10.2016 11:30:57" theguardian.com The New Man: trailer for documentary about maleness and parenting – video The New Man follows a married couple (Devorah Baum and Josh Appignanesi) who turn the camera on themselves as they become parents
"17.10.2016 10:59:50" theguardian.com 'Studio head' raped me, says actor Rose McGowan Grindhouse actor makes allegation in series of Twitter posts in which she claims a lawyer said she would 'never win' a case against her abuser
"17.10.2016 08:15:52" theguardian.com Queen Of Katwe: a reminder of Lupita Nyong'o's star quality A fine performance from Nyong'o elevates an otherwise standard Disney sports movie about a Ugandan chess prodigy
"16.10.2016 19:20:48" theguardian.com The Accountant deducts $24.7m at box office and exempts The Girl on the Train The R-rated thriller starring Ben Affleck as an autistic mathematician had a chart-topping opening weekend and surpassed Warner Bros' early predictions
"16.10.2016 11:54:10" theguardian.com Steve McQueen honoured with BFI fellowship at London film festival The Oscar-winning film-maker and celebrated contemporary artist is the first black director or producer to receive the prestigious award
"16.10.2016 10:46:10" theguardian.com Kate Plays Christine review – fascinating and wrenching Robert Greene's documentary follows actor Kate Lyn Sheil as she prepares to play the part of Christine Chubbuck, a news anchor who killed herself on live TV
"16.10.2016 10:20:12" theguardian.com The Angry Birds Movie; The Clan; The Meddler; The Take and more – review The most unlikely video-game-to-silver-screen transfer is surprisingly successful, but there are more substantial alternatives on offer
"16.10.2016 09:03:10" theguardian.com American Honey review – a magical mystery tour of the US Andrea Arnold's tough but tender road trip with a busload of young magazine sellers is dazzling. Even Shia LaBeouf can't spoil it
"16.10.2016 08:05:12" theguardian.com Luke Treadaway: 'If the cat looked grumpy we did the scene again' The book A Street Cat Named Bob was a huge bestseller. Now it's been made into a film starring Luke Treadaway. Will the tale of the old moggy make him a star?
"16.10.2016 07:40:10" theguardian.com Storks review – unexpectedly charming This avian online delivery animation is one for the whole family
"16.10.2016 07:12:10" theguardian.com Inferno review – like being lectured on Dante at gunpoint The third of Ron Howard's Dan Brown capers adds nothing to a woeful franchise
"15.10.2016 23:30:31" theguardian.com Dracula returns to Dublin – city that spawned a vampire classic A new score for the 1931 Bela Lugosi film hopes to reclaim author Bram Stoker as one of Ireland's favourite sons
"15.10.2016 22:09:34" theguardian.com James Gray's The Lost City of Z finds a way to capture a cinematic adventure The film escapes the net of the evil European/noble savage dialectic by focusing on a driven lead character played by Charlie Hunnam
"15.10.2016 16:00:33" theguardian.com Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk review – Ang Lee war drama is a misfiring folly A rare misstep for the Oscar-winning director is an adaptation of Ben Fountain's acclaimed novel flattened by ill-fitting experimentation with new technology
"15.10.2016 09:45:54" theguardian.com Ken Loach: 'If you're not angry, what kind of person are you?' He's been a thorn in the establishment's side since Cathy Come Home and Kes. At 80, he's made his angriest film yet
"14.10.2016 23:54:54" theguardian.com The biggest problem with Joe Cinque's Consolation? Helen Garner didn't make it The Australian writer's rich film history has long been undervalued. This latest adaptation, with the bones of Garner's book but not the wisdom, is more proof
"14.10.2016 20:48:55" theguardian.com Christine: what captivated Rebecca Hall about TV broadcaster's live suicide? The actor who plays Christine Chubbuck reveled in the chance to play a female antihero while screenwriter Craig Shilowich found he could relate to her life
"14.10.2016 18:57:44" theguardian.com Roof down, music up: American Honey and the neverending search for the American dream Ever since Stagecoach clattered across the desert, Hollywood has been on a journey that's more important than its destination. We hitch a ride on Andrea Arnold's new film about a gang of travelling teenagers
"14.10.2016 18:29:44" theguardian.com Coen brothers to pen tech thriller based on true story of the Silk Road The Oscar-winning film-makers are to write a screenplay about Ross William Ulbricht, the Dread Pirate Roberts behind illegal online drug emporium
"14.10.2016 18:04:56" theguardian.com Pierre Etaix obituary Film director and actor who kept the tradition of slapstick alive
"14.10.2016 15:47:20" theguardian.com Barack to the future: what can we learn from Obama's sci-fi movie list? The president's set of favourite science-fiction films and TV shows highlights a relentless optimism and fascination with other worlds
"14.10.2016 15:10:12" theguardian.com Fifty Shades Darker director says virtual reality scenes 'expanded my brain' James Foley explains how scenes in the franchise's second instalment were reshot with the lead actors but using VR tech for marketing purposes
"14.10.2016 14:42:55" theguardian.com Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them 'global fan event': what we learned JK Rowling joined Eddie Redmayne and the cast in London as hordes of wand-waving fans looked forward to the Harry Potter spin-off
"14.10.2016 13:24:33" theguardian.com On the Milky Road review – booze, bears and illicit affairs in wartime Bosnia Two-time Palme d'Or winner Emir Kusturica directs and stars as a milkman who falls for Monica Bellucci's beautiful fugitive, with typically delirious results
"14.10.2016 12:58:32" theguardian.com US Netflix offers only 31 of IMDb's top 250 movies, study shows Number of top titles including The Shawshank Redemption thought to be shrinking as company moves towards developing own content
"14.10.2016 10:40:32" theguardian.com The Woman Who Left review – haunting drama of guilt, God and gloomy revenge Venice Golden Lion winner Lav Diaz adapts Tolstoy to the Philippines with an intense, four-hour morality tale of a wrongly imprisoned woman seeking revenge
"14.10.2016 10:13:32" theguardian.com As Terry Gilliam's Don Quixote stalls again, Disney plans rival movie Screenwriter Billy Ray reportedly working on adaptation of classic novel about the delusional, romantic knight
"14.10.2016 09:10:31" theguardian.com Match the withering review to the movie – quiz This week saw critics pan the latest Dan Brown thriller, Inferno, the Guardian included. Can you match the following scathing critiques to the one-star films that received them?
"14.10.2016 07:15:35" theguardian.com JK Rowling unveils plans for five-part Fantastic Beasts franchise Harry Potter author reveals intentions at event in Leicester Square, saying it was always her and director David Yates's intention to do more than one film
"13.10.2016 23:30:35" theguardian.com Sky Ladder: The Art of Cai Guo-Qiang review – jaw-dropping pyrotechnics Kevin Macdonald's documentary – produced by Wendi Deng Murdoch – is a fascinating introduction to the Chinese artist's thrilling celestial artworks
"13.10.2016 23:05:31" theguardian.com Inferno review – a load of flaming nonsense Tom Hanks is wasted once more in the third Dan Brown film, a tedious, unbelievable and unfathomable romp to save the world
"13.10.2016 22:35:31" theguardian.com Storks review – baby carriers deliver a bundle of wacky fun Jennifer Aniston is among the voice cast of this family-friendly animation about the other place that babies come from
"13.10.2016 22:05:31" theguardian.com Kate Plays Christine review – atmospheric drama doc The disturbing story of TV journalist Christine Chubbuck, who killed herself live on air, gets a cinematic restaging
"13.10.2016 21:38:28" theguardian.com Miss Saigon: 25th Anniversary Performance review – a long haul The hit show's unvarying, blaring musical numbers may test an audience's endurance limits but at least the Vietnamese characters are treated with respect
"13.10.2016 21:09:48" theguardian.com Yarn review – engaging doc unravels the joy of knitting Some of it's wince-inducing but there are also wise and insightful contributions in this exploration of the role yarn plays in the work of a variety of artists
"13.10.2016 18:50:42" theguardian.com Rogue One: A Star Wars Story – video trailer Watch the second trailer for Lucasfilm's latest Star Wars standalone film Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, which made it debut online on Thursday
"13.10.2016 18:23:13" theguardian.com Do the right thing – how black cinema rose again The late 80s and 90s heralded a breakthrough led by Spike Lee's Do the Right Thing and John Singleton's Boyz N the Hood. At first, Hollywood embraced this wave of talent, then it ignored it. Now, in the wake of #OscarsSoWhite, black films matter once more
"13.10.2016 17:45:29" theguardian.com Rogue One: A Star Wars Story – five reasons we're still slightly worried The latest trailer does nothing to lessen fears that the forthcoming standalone will be humourless, cluttered with minor characters, and lacking in the Force
"13.10.2016 17:18:13" theguardian.com American Honey's Sasha Lane: 'I'm exhausted by people – I want to be alone so bad' Picked by Andrea Arnold out of a Florida beach crowd, Lane gives a raw and wild performance as a teenage runaway in American Honey. She talks about her troubled childhood – and why she identified so strongly with her vulnerable character
"13.10.2016 14:50:44" theguardian.com American Honey review – on the highway to sell As an anarchic door-to-door sales crew roam the US, they take time out to scrap, have sex and party hard in Andrea Arnold's dizzying, delirious road movie
"13.10.2016 13:30:41" theguardian.com Rogue One: A Star Wars Story trailer roars onto internet The new 'standalone' entry in the Star Wars series has a new trailer, and it's just launched online
"13.10.2016 12:27:34" theguardian.com Jurassic World sequel will be an animal rights parable The producer of the follow-up to last year's movie hit says it will address issues including animal abuse, pet ownership and medical experimentation
"13.10.2016 06:20:32" theguardian.com Joe Cinque's Consolation review – a cynical exercise, but not without consolations The poster declares this new film as 'based on the best-selling book by Helen Garner,' but Garner was self-reflective, Sotiris Dounoukos's film is clinical
"12.10.2016 18:50:50" theguardian.com Andrzej Wajda's portrayal of grim reality opened my eyes to the power of cinema | Letter Letter: As a teenager, I had pretty typical young tastes in film – cowboys, space, war etc. Then one night, for reasons that escape me, I stayed up to watch Kanał, the second film of Wajda's war trilogy
"12.10.2016 17:40:48" theguardian.com British firm fined £1.6m over Harrison Ford leg injury Foodles Production company was given the fine over an injury to Harrison Ford's leg that occurred during the filming of Star Wars: The Force Awakens
"12.10.2016 16:19:40" theguardian.com Taraji P Henson's memoir exposes Hollywood's pay gap Actor claims she was paid less than 2% of what co-star Brad Pitt received for The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
"12.10.2016 13:40:13" theguardian.com Disney issues 10-point checklist for modern aspiring princesses Principles focus on inner characteristics as opposed to outer beauty, following study finding Disney 'brand' contributes to body esteem issues in young girls
"12.10.2016 13:09:08" theguardian.com The Accountant review – Ben Affleck autism thriller doesn't add up The actor plays a man who uses his disorder to balance books for criminals in a film that struggles to balance derivative action and underwritten romance
"12.10.2016 11:00:34" theguardian.com Parker Posey: 'Every time I do something, I worry it's my last job' The indie movie queen reunites with Christopher Guest for Mascots, a Netflix comedy that takes a droll peek inside their strange, competitive world. She talks about dressing up, ditching the blonde, surviving improv, and working with Woody Allen
"12.10.2016 09:51:27" theguardian.com Paul Verhoeven and Pedro Almodóvar among record 85 foreign language Oscar entrants Films from the Dutch and Spanish veterans included among the 85 submissions for next year's award, with German comedy Toni Erdmann an early favourite
"11.10.2016 18:01:10" theguardian.com Christopher Guest on life as a baron and how wife Jamie Lee Curtis picked him out of a magazine As his new film, Mascots, arrives, the genius behind Spinal Tap talks about sitting in the House of Lords – and dying for five minutes
"11.10.2016 17:30:57" theguardian.com Researchers find film by early cinema pioneer thought to be lost forever Czech archive discovers 1904 Georges Méliès film Match de Prestidigitation after it had been donated wrongly labelled
"11.10.2016 16:55:53" theguardian.com The Girl on the Train beats Bridget Jones's Baby – and Gone Girl – in UK Thriller starring Emily Blunt grabs the top spot with £6.9m in takings, trumping Gone Girl's opening, while Louis Theroux's My Scientology Movie reports rapid sellouts
"11.10.2016 16:25:52" theguardian.com Wendi Deng Murdoch on Rupert, Ivanka Trump and her film, Sky Ladder She explains why she is friendly with her ex and with Donald's daughter – and why she made a documentary about fireworks artist Cai Guo-Qiang
"11.10.2016 14:45:27" theguardian.com Hazel Douglas obituary Actor whose best known film role in a seven-decade career came in a Harry Potter film in her 80s
"11.10.2016 13:50:24" theguardian.com Actor Shailene Woodley livestreams own arrest – video Actor Shailene Woodley is arrested for trespassing at a protest at the Standing Rock oil pipeline in North Dakota on Monday.
"11.10.2016 13:15:24" theguardian.com Why so serious? Power Rangers' first trailer ditches the kitsch The US-Japanese TV show was a preposterous neon pantomime about morphing school-age ninja superheroes. So why does the new film look so angsty?
"11.10.2016 12:40:34" theguardian.com Russian film about disputed wartime action wins Putin's support President attends screening of Panfilov's 28 Men, the story of a Red Army unit's 'heroic' defence of Moscow in the second world war
"11.10.2016 12:00:44" theguardian.com Life on the Line trailer: John Travolta proves just how risky mending pylons is Statistically, it's more dangerous being a binman but that doesn't stop our luxuriantly bearded hero delivering one of his most electric performances
"11.10.2016 11:30:39" theguardian.com Russell Brand's God tells Nicolas Cage to kill Osama bin Laden in Army of One Larry Charles's new movie stars Cage as Gary Faulkner, an unemployed handyman who took 11 trips to Pakistan to try to fulfil his mission
"11.10.2016 10:35:25" theguardian.com Michelle Williams set for Janis Joplin biopic Actor in talks for Sean Durkin's film based on Laura Joplin's correspondence-based memoir Love, Janis
"11.10.2016 09:05:50" theguardian.com Trolls review – a candy-coloured return for the famed ugly-lovable creatures Anna Kendrick voices princess Poppy, the heroine of the resilient frizzy-haired toys, in this funny, kidult animation that will rival Shrek
"10.10.2016 23:25:09" theguardian.com Clint Eastwood eyes true-life story of aid worker kidnapped by Somali pirates The film-maker considers directing another real-life tale, this time based on a memoir written by Jessica Buchanan, who was held hostage
"10.10.2016 22:05:06" theguardian.com Guy Ritchie set to direct live-action Aladdin The latest of Disney's live action adaptations is set to be directed by the Snatch film-maker. His pitch is said to be 'non-traditional'
"10.10.2016 21:04:03" theguardian.com Shailene Woodley arrested while protesting North Dakota oil pipeline Actor was arrested along with 26 others demonstrating against construction of a pipeline to transport fracked crude oil near the Standing Rock Sioux reservation
"10.10.2016 18:25:54" theguardian.com The Birth of a Nation: how Nate Parker failed to remake history The much-hyped slavery drama, steeped in controversy, has underperformed at the box office – but where did it go wrong?
"10.10.2016 17:55:51" theguardian.com What, no Whistlestop? Why The Girl on the Train should have stayed in bleak backyard Britain Stopped trains, tepid white wine, sighing commuters … Paula Hawkins's bestseller captured a very British world. As the film moves to New York, we look at the dos and don'ts of relocation
"10.10.2016 17:26:54" theguardian.com Andrzej Wajda obituary Polish film director whose own experiences inspired his acclaimed 1950s war trilogy A Generation, Kanał and Ashes and Diamonds
"10.10.2016 16:45:56" theguardian.com American Honey: the all-singing, all-dancing road trip movie of the year Fasten your seatbelts – Andrea Arnold's first film in the US throws British reserve out of the window. Just don't expect much of a plot
"10.10.2016 15:40:54" theguardian.com Inferno review – say hello to the 10th circle of hell Tom Hanks and Felicity Jones sprint fetchingly round Florence in a bid to stop half the world getting killed in this horrifically dull Dan Brown thriller
"10.10.2016 15:10:42" theguardian.com Mindhorn review – Mighty Boosh creator's funny, farcical nightmare Julian Barratt plays with fanatical gusto a deluded, failed actor given an unlikely chance to redeem his career in this familiarly Partridgean comedy
"10.10.2016 14:30:29" theguardian.com Manchester by the Sea: clip from acclaimed drama – video Kenneth Lonergan's Oscar-tipped drama stars Casey Affleck as a janitor who returns to his hometown following the death of his brother Watch an exclusive clip from Kenneth Lonergan's Oscar-tipped drama starring Casey Affleck.
"10.10.2016 14:25:42" theguardian.com Daniel Craig hints at James Bond return: 'If I can keep getting a kick out of it, I will' The actor has fuelled speculation he might return to the role, saying: 'I've got the best job in the world doing Bond'
"10.10.2016 13:50:44" theguardian.com Andrzej Wajda: great director had Poland written on his heart | Peter Bradshaw Wajda fought communist censorship and truth-denying propaganda to produce formidable, patriotic films that illuminated Poland's troubled past – and helped steer its history
"10.10.2016 13:20:42" theguardian.com Robert De Niro calls Jon Voight 'delusional' over support for Trump De Niro urges Americans to vote against Donald Trump after Voight criticises him over video attack on Republican presidential candidate
"10.10.2016 12:37:16" theguardian.com Dr Dre threatens to sue over new film depicting him beating his girlfriend Rapper/producer moves against Sony film Surviving Compton, saying there is no evidence to support allegations he beat ex-girlfriend, R&B singer Michel'le
"10.10.2016 10:35:38" theguardian.com Mining for greatness: land grabs and lyricism in Ivan Sen's Goldstone The director's latest 'outback noir' is a broodingly poetic tale that pits nature and spiritualism against corporate greed. It may be the year's most important film
"10.10.2016 08:30:39" theguardian.com On the Road review – Michael Winterbottom's erotic music doc is a euphoric joy The director adds a romantic relationship story to his documentary about alt-rockers Wolf Alice to create a difficult cinematic hybrid that's his best film in years
"10.10.2016 05:35:34" theguardian.com Acclaimed Polish film director Andrzej Wajda dies aged 90 Director of films including Kanal, Katyn and the Palme d'Or-winning Man of Iron, Wajda was also awarded an Oscar for lifetime achievement
"09.10.2016 20:25:32" theguardian.com David Oyelowo on film diversity: time for less talk, more action British actor calls for more movies such as Queen of Katwe, telling life-affirming stories that audiences can identify with
"09.10.2016 18:50:33" theguardian.com Girl on the Train steams past Birth of a Nation at US box office Adaptation takes top spot from Tim Burton's Miss Peregrine while controversial Nat Turner slave rebellion film brings in just $7.1m
"09.10.2016 17:00:34" theguardian.com Angelina joins Kimye in Hidden Hills – the most private neighbourhood on earth The LA estate is one of the most exclusive gated communities you can find. And now its wealthy and famous residents are welcoming their new neighbour
"09.10.2016 14:05:29" theguardian.com The Girl on the Train review – on the right track thanks to Emily Blunt The British star holds it all together as her character falls apart in this US adaptation of the Paula Hawkins bestseller
"09.10.2016 12:05:30" theguardian.com My Scientology Movie review – amusing but lightweight Louis Theroux plays this setup- and stunt-driven documentary for laughs
"09.10.2016 11:30:29" theguardian.com The Guv'nor review – unsettling hardman documentary East End bouncer and fighter Lenny McLane's story is told by his son Jamie – but it's hard to share his fondness
"09.10.2016 11:00:28" theguardian.com The Great Wall trailer: Matt Damon in the Chinese epic - video Matt Damon stars the English-language debut from House of the Flying Daggers director Zhang Yimou
"09.10.2016 10:30:30" theguardian.com War on Everyone review – cops behaving badly Alexander Skarsgård and Michael Peña play the detective partners applying misanthropic poetic licence to the line of duty
"09.10.2016 10:00:32" theguardian.com 13th review – fiercely intelligent prison documentary Ava DuVernay's lucid study of the links between slavery and the US penal system is packed with ideas and information
"09.10.2016 09:30:29" theguardian.com Andrea Arnold: 'I always aim to get under the belly of a place' Director Andrea Arnold talks about her new movie, American Honey, which stars Shia LaBeouf and explores the US phenomenon of 'mag crews' – rootless young outsiders who rove the midwest selling magazine subscriptions
"09.10.2016 07:55:28" theguardian.com The Greasy Strangler review – tiresome shock tactics There's nothing to this relentlessly inane horror comedy once you get past all the genitals
"09.10.2016 07:26:26" theguardian.com Blood Father review – Mel Gibson gets silly Motorbikes, guns and tattoos about in this fun action film
"09.10.2016 06:20:26" theguardian.com Me Before You; Mediterranea; Shelley; Race and more – review The gamut of emotions from a contrived tearjerker to a gritty migrant drama, with a monstrous sci-fi catastrophe thrown in
"08.10.2016 22:37:25" theguardian.com Matt Damon aims barb at Donald Trump at New York Comic Con Star of The Great Wall looks forward to being 'able to kiss Trump goodbye' in November as he promotes Zhang Yimou's first English-language film
"08.10.2016 18:47:21" theguardian.com New York first-night moviegoers shrug off The Birth of a Nation controversy 'This is bigger than Nate Parker,' says one fan of the film about Nat Turner's 1831 slave revolt which has been overshadowed by its director, writer and star's past
"08.10.2016 13:42:27" theguardian.com Matt Damon and Ben Affleck surprise fans with Good Will Hunting reading John Krasinski reunites childhood friends in New York to perform film's script onstage alongside Emily Blunt and Margo Martindale
"08.10.2016 08:33:26" theguardian.com 13th: Ava DuVernay offers up a devastating history of black America The Selma director explores race and incarceration with a powerful and timely documentary
"07.10.2016 20:00:23" theguardian.com 20th Century Women review – Mike Mills's new film is poignant and delicious A film about nothing specific boasts rush of gorgeous moments, a standout performance from Annette Bening and profound thoughts on family and identity
"07.10.2016 18:50:21" theguardian.com Biopic of psychologist who created Wonder Woman heading to big screen Professor Marston & The Wonder Women will focus on Dr William Moulton Marston and the women in his life
"07.10.2016 18:22:21" theguardian.com The strangest, sickest and scariest midnight movies ever Depraved new shocker The Greasy Strangler recalls a tradition of late night cult favorites, full of severed limbs, psychedelia and fecal matter
"07.10.2016 17:40:13" theguardian.com Garry Kasparov questions Jamie Foxx's meeting with Venezuelan president Actor's recent trip to visit Nicolás Maduro 'may have been motivated by financial interests,' says former chess grandmaster and human rights activist
"07.10.2016 17:10:12" theguardian.com Amy Adams to return for Enchanted sequel Ten years after the musical hit, filming is expected to start on Disenchanted, a follow-up focusing on marital disillusion
"07.10.2016 16:20:48" theguardian.com Wolfgang Suschitzky, photographer and Get Carter cameraman, dies aged 104 The celebrated photographer helped establish Britain's first film cooperative and was a noted documentarist of London life
"07.10.2016 15:15:49" theguardian.com Tom Hanks: political ignorance is the greatest threat to humanity Speaking to promote new film Inferno, the actor warns against 'idea of being able to solve complex issues with simplistic solutions'
"07.10.2016 14:25:49" theguardian.com Sarah Paulson on relationships, her Emmy win and female beauty standards The award-winning actor talks about her new film Blue Jay and why her success means that she doesn't need to change her looks to get the roles she wants
"07.10.2016 13:50:50" theguardian.com Anti-rape activists hold silent vigil outside Birth of a Nation screenings Protestors in LA hold two-hour sit-in to coincide with previews of the film by Nate Parker, against whom allegations of sexual assault were brought
"07.10.2016 12:17:46" theguardian.com On the Road: clip from Michael Winterbottom's Wolf Alice film – video World premiering at the London film festival on Sunday, Michael Winterbottom's documentary chronicles life on the road with rising British band Wolf Alice
"07.10.2016 11:40:21" theguardian.com Five of the best... films out now in the UK The Girl On The Train | The Greasy Strangler | My Scientology Movie | Swiss Army Man | Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children
"07.10.2016 09:20:18" theguardian.com Danny Fields: the coolest guy you've never heard of – until now He managed the Ramones, helped launch the Doors, and hung around with Warhol. A new documentary puts the man behind the scenes front stage
"07.10.2016 06:09:59" theguardian.com Lee Daniels back on board to direct Richard Pryor biopic produced by Jay Z Mike Epps, Oprah Winfrey, Eddie Murphy and Kate Hudson to star in the film, which Daniels initially dropped out of directing due to scheduling conflicts
"07.10.2016 03:48:58" theguardian.com Blood Father review – Mel Gibson rediscovers his inner badass Gibson plays a haggard, exhausted father who must summon the strength to save his daughter's life in this muscular yet disciplined movie
"07.10.2016 00:50:59" theguardian.com Still Loved review – parental resilience and candour in the face of stillbirth Debbie Howard's documentary, released for Baby Loss Awareness week, traces the arc from horror to acceptance in interviews with bereaved parents
"07.10.2016 00:06:00" theguardian.com 13th review – Ava DuVernay's angry, persuasive film about the jailing of black men The Selma director's fiercely radical Netflix documentary argues that America's 13th constitutional amendment perpetuated a link between prison and slavery
"06.10.2016 23:35:56" theguardian.com The Greasy Strangler review – a grossout comic smack in the face Jim Hosking's US-set feature debut, about a serial killer who smears his naked body in cooking fat before committing murders, is revolting and funny
"06.10.2016 23:06:56" theguardian.com David Oyelowo speaking at the BFI London film festival's Black Star symposium David Oyelowo speaks at the BFI London Film Festival's Black Star symposium on Thursday as a study has found six in 10 British films have no named black characters.
"06.10.2016 22:36:55" theguardian.com Mötley Crüe: The End review – rawk'n'rollers' hair-raising finale This concert documentary sees Nikki Six, Tommy Lee and Mick Mars bow out after decades of heavy metal debauchery. As they sang: All Bad Things Must End
"06.10.2016 22:07:57" theguardian.com War on Everyone review – drowning in an ocean of snark There's no plot or humour in John Michael McDonagh's misfiring buddy-cop film, which pits detectives Michael Peña and Alexander Skarsgård against a succession of minority punchbags
"06.10.2016 21:39:55" theguardian.com The Guv'nor review – lock, stock and one smoking gangland wannabe This portrait of Lenny McLean, who appeared in Guy Ritchie's crime comedy and wanted to be London's hardest man, is surprisingly engaging
"06.10.2016 21:10:57" theguardian.com Driving With Selvi review – a journey into awareness Elisa Paloschi's inspiring documentary charts the rise of Selvi, a hugely likable taxi driver, and her tough route out of a forced marriage and towards independence
"06.10.2016 20:40:58" theguardian.com Sembène! review – legacy trumps scrutiny in Senegalese director doc This respectful documentary stays faithful to Ousmane Sembène's iconoclastic legend, leaving questions and contradictions by the wayside
"06.10.2016 19:41:01" theguardian.com My Scientology Movie review – Louis Theroux gets smart with the cult church All sorts of weird stuff starts happening as Theroux reiterates the sheer nastiness of the organisation in his provocative documentary
"06.10.2016 19:01:02" theguardian.com Six in 10 British films have no named black characters – study At BFI London film festival event, actor David Oyelowo says people of colour have been 'expunged from Britain's history'
"06.10.2016 18:31:00" theguardian.com David Oyelowo: 'People of colour have been expunged from British history' Oyelowo, star of Selma and A United Kingdom, says he is 'hellbent' on explaining black history through period movies to help Britain understand itself
"06.10.2016 18:01:01" theguardian.com Get Out: the horror film that shows it's scary to be a black man in America The first trailer for Jordan Peele's directorial debut about a murderous white community is a refreshing vision in a genre that often sidelines people of color
"06.10.2016 17:30:58" theguardian.com Michael Peña: 'Scientology made me a better actor' With his latest role as a corrupt cop in the comedy War on Everyone, he is arguably Hollywood's biggest Latino star. He talks about speaking out in defence of the little guy – and how the church helped his script-reading
"06.10.2016 16:41:56" theguardian.com A Moving Image: the film Spike Lee might have made about Brixton It features an unforgettable cast railing against gentrification. Will Shola Amoo's tribute help stop the exodus of locals – and the influx of gourmet jerk chicken shops?
"06.10.2016 14:02:48" theguardian.com Made in Dagenham? Sadiq Khan explores 17-acre studio in east London The London mayor has said he is eager to sustain and expand the potential of the capital, already the third busiest film production city in the world
"06.10.2016 10:12:49" theguardian.com Star Trek's George Takei: 'I'd take a female friend to premieres. Then go out to a gay bar' The one-time Mr Sulu is unique among the Star Trek fraternity for having become more famous and adored since he left the Starship Enterprise. So, what's his problem with JJ Abrams' blockbuster reboot?
"06.10.2016 00:55:18" theguardian.com Nate Parker criticizes rape case coverage: 'Do they care about anyone involved?' The Birth of a Nation film-maker has criticized the press for its coverage of a past rape allegation that has threatened to overshadow his slavery drama
"05.10.2016 21:40:13" theguardian.com Jackie trailer: Oscar-tipped Natalie Portman as the former first lady The Black Swan star is receiving buzz for her role as Jackie Onassis in a drama following the former first lady's life after the assassination of JFK
"05.10.2016 20:43:12" theguardian.com Amma Asante on A United Kingdom: 'People were comforted a woman of colour was telling this story' British director and its star David Oyelowo talked about the importance of making the film in Botswana, multiculturalism and film's continuing lack of diversity
"05.10.2016 20:15:16" theguardian.com The Girl on the Train: twists, booze and relocation – discuss the film with spoilers The eagerly anticipated adaptation of Paula Hawkins's bestseller is now in cinemas – here's your chance to talk about every aspect without worrying about ruining it for others
"05.10.2016 19:45:15" theguardian.com Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard as second world war spies in trailer for Allied – video Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard play wartime spies in Casablanca and London who have to act as husband and wife as they embark on a deadly mission behind enemy lines
"05.10.2016 19:15:17" theguardian.com Fire up the orgasmatron: why we can't let Barbarella go A new comic about the sci-fi heroine will launch in the new year but the campy 1968 film will probably remain the authentic incarnation
"05.10.2016 18:46:12" theguardian.com Why is Hollywood still using 'yellowface' in 2016? Studios no longer give us squinting, stereotyped 'Asians', but they're still finding new ways to shoehorn white faces into stories where they don't belong
"05.10.2016 18:10:48" theguardian.com Bridget Jones's Baby continues growth spurt at UK box office As Bridget rules the UK chart for the third week, ahead of new opener Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, we analyse the maths behind such extraordinary audience domination
"05.10.2016 17:30:28" theguardian.com Patriots Day: trailer released for Mark Wahlberg's Boston marathon bombing drama The actor reunites with his Deepwater Horizon director Peter Berg for the first of two movies to tell the story of the 2013 Boston bombing
"05.10.2016 17:00:26" theguardian.com Gummy Bears 3D producers shut down for 'misleading the public' High court says two companies took £3m from the public for animation supposedly starring John Travolta, but spent 'at most 11% on film production'
"05.10.2016 16:00:30" theguardian.com Andrea Arnold shocked at lack of women directors 'We've grown up on male stories,' says American Honey director, who calls for positive discrimination by the film industry to redress gender imbalance
"05.10.2016 15:07:39" theguardian.com Why The Girl on the Train heralds the return of the Hitchcockian thriller The spirit of Alfred Hitchcock has returned to push filmgoers back to the edge of their seats with the release of a set of suspenseful new films but why does Hollywood keep returning to his template?
"05.10.2016 13:05:26" theguardian.com Birth of the Dragon: anger over whitewashing of Bruce Lee biopic Fans who have seen an early screening of film criticise its portrayal of Lee, and say martial arts star is sidelined to focus on white character
"05.10.2016 10:41:30" theguardian.com Twilight reunion movie 'a possibility' Lionsgate chief Patrick Wachsberger echoes sentiments of stars Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson in suggesting further Stephenie Meyer books would be eagerly adapted for film
"05.10.2016 09:14:46" theguardian.com Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams to star in adaptation of Disobedience Alderman's novel charts the love affair between a woman from an Orthodox Jewish background and the wife of her cousin
"05.10.2016 01:52:42" theguardian.com Joe Cinque's Consolation: toxic relationships and the mysteries around his killing Based on Helen Garner's book, Sotiris Dounoukos' film grapples with crime, mental illness and personal responsibility
"04.10.2016 20:15:46" theguardian.com Why Deepwater Horizon sank at the box office – while Sully soared The fact-based disaster dramas offered well-worn tropes but while Clint Eastwood's Hudson tale became a hit, the BP oil spill thriller has failed to land
"04.10.2016 18:30:50" theguardian.com Endless amusement provided by sketch that omitted Tories' view of Liam Fox | Brief letters Brief letters
"04.10.2016 17:50:51" theguardian.com The 'well from hell' – my fight with BP to film Deepwater Horizon The 2010 explosion in the Gulf of Mexico triggered an environmental catastrophe and resulted in unbelievable human heroism – so it was a natural fit for Hollywood. But what do you do when your film leads you into conflict with a corporate oil giant? The
"04.10.2016 17:15:37" theguardian.com Ben Stiller speaks about diagnosis with prostate cancer Stiller was told he had 'immediately aggressive' prostate cancer two years ago and has had surgery to treat it
"04.10.2016 16:40:36" theguardian.com Guardians of the Galaxy tops list of deadliest films with 83,871 fatalities Three JRR Tolkien films also make the top 10, suggesting family entertainment is more perilous than horror movies
"04.10.2016 15:33:02" theguardian.com The Whole Truth trailer – the first rule of innocence: never, ever light a ciggie Someone killed Jim Belushi, Keanu Reeves is the dubious defence lawyer, and anxious mom Renée Zellweger is sending smoke signals
"04.10.2016 13:51:02" theguardian.com Leonardo DiCaprio: climate change deniers should not hold public office In what has been interpreted by some as an attack on Donald Trump, actor makes remarks in a speech at the White House
"04.10.2016 12:29:05" theguardian.com President Obama and Leonardo DiCaprio talk climate change at the White House – video Leonardo DiCaprio joins President Barack Obama at the White House ahead of a screening of his new documentary, Before the Flood
"04.10.2016 10:27:01" theguardian.com 'Donny, you're out of your element': the 2016 election in 15 Big Lebowski quotes Sometimes there's a man … and we're talkin' about the Donald here … and sometimes there's a film. And sometimes the two go together surprisingly well
"04.10.2016 08:16:44" theguardian.com The Greasy Strangler: 'Hopefully the imagery will stay with people' From the greasy gore to prosthetic penises, this comedy-horror was an unlikely Sundance hit. But, as its creators explain, there's more to it than shock value
"04.10.2016 01:27:21" theguardian.com 'I was five when I was kidnapped': powerful new documentary turns heartbreak into hope The Baulkham Hills African Ladies Troupe is a behind-the-scenes account of the stage show and the remarkable people at its core
"03.10.2016 18:45:21" theguardian.com Crossing the Line trailer: Danny Harris's Olympic rise and fall – exclusive video Premiering on Sunday at the Hot Springs festival, Crossing the Line is the story of the Olympic athlete Danny Harris, a track-and-field prodigy whose meteroric rise preceded a steep fall into drug addiction
"03.10.2016 18:15:22" theguardian.com The Girl on the Train review: red herrings on the tracks signal problems Emily Blunt doesn't have nearly as much fun as she ought to in Tate Taylor's adaptation of Paula Hawkins's bestseller – and nor do the commuters who studiously ignore the hot couple having sex in full view of their carriage
"03.10.2016 17:45:28" theguardian.com Amber Rudd: I was 'aristocracy coordinator' on Four Weddings and a Funeral Home Secretary was given the title as a way to be paid while working as an extra on hit Hugh Grant comedy
"03.10.2016 16:55:25" theguardian.com Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales – watch the trailer The fifth Pirates of the Caribbean series tells the story of Captain Jack Sparrow (Depp) and his struggle with the terrifying “ghost pirate” Salazar (played by Javier Bardem)
"03.10.2016 16:20:14" theguardian.com 'No, Rey, you are my father!': just how far-out are Star Wars fan theories? With new ideas about Rian Johnson's Episode VIII hitting the internet every week, it is only a matter of time before someone works out the next big twist
"03.10.2016 15:50:10" theguardian.com Pirates of the Caribbean trailer sets sail with Johnny Depp overboard First look at Dead Men Tell No Tales, latest chapter in the buccaneering saga, reveals a mysterious disappearance: no glimpse of Depp's hero Jack Sparrow
"03.10.2016 15:20:14" theguardian.com Lassie go home: if you want these movie pets, you should be put down For World Animal Day, Odeon polled Brits on which movie animals they would give a forever home. The results suggest we'd be better off with houseplants