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After the success of Get Out, Jordan Peele returns with Us. Lupita Nyong'o and Winston Duke star in the horror film that tunes into our anxieties
Ralph Fiennes tells Rudolf Nureyev's story while Jordan Peele returns with Us – run, don't walk, to the cinema this week
Jonas Kaufmann returns to Covent Garden as a young woman's lover at war with her vengeful brother
In Late Night, Emma Thompson plays a talk show host in need of change. Mindy Kaling writes the searing comedy that impressed Sundance
In Quentin Tarantino's new film, Margot Robbie is Sharon Tate. New photos of Robbie and co-stars Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio and the first teaser trailer reveal more
'Come seek us where our voices sound': experience the fourth Harry Potter film with a live orchestra in the historic Royal Albert Hall
The White Crow, Ralph Fiennes' third film, tells the back story of the charismatic ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev’s decision to defect from the Soviet Union in 1961
The Cuban ballet superstar Carlos Acosta gets the biopic treatment in Yuli, the uneven but often gripping tale of a rebel child forced to accept his destiny
The wait for Avengers: Endgame is nearly over – but with half of all life destroyed, can the Marvel heroes hit back? Here's what we know...
First Gravity, then Interstellar and even First Man – we can't get enough of the intergalactic sci-fi movie. Natalie Portman stars in a trip back from the atmosphere
Summer 2019 promises the return of Pixar's best creations with Toy Story 4. The official trailer gives a glimpse of what to expect from Woody, Buzz, and friends
Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and Ella Balinska star as the crime-fighting trio in the remake of a female-fronted classic
Rising stars and veterans making a comeback are storming screens in 2019. Here are the names to remember for the upcoming year in cinema
Since Roma won three Oscars and early festivals have shown terrific signs of promise – foreign language cinema is richer than ever. Here's what to watch this year
The iconic film director Stanley Kubrick is coming to the Design Museum in 2019 with a retrospective exhibition covering his work and relationship with London
'Sometimes dead is better': cursed burial grounds bring untold horrors in a new film adaption of Stephen King's novel
In Under the Silver Lake, indie director David Robert Mitchell delivers a mind-mashing odyssey through a surrealistic Los Angeles as Sam (Andrew Garfield) tries to find a missing girl
From the fame of Never Mind the Buzzcocks, Simon Amstell has grown leaps and bounds. The comedian directs his second film, Benjamin, as a balm for self-torturing lonely souls
Disney’s live-action remakes continue with Aladdin. Will Smith features alongside a group of rising stars
Fresh from Texas film festival SXSW, feelgood comedy Booksmart has wowed audiences and has already been dubbed as the gleeful cross between Superbad and Lady Bird
The long-awaited J.R.R. Tolkien life story is coming soon to cinemas. In the trailer for the Lord of the Rings author biopic, we see how the stories came to be
Consider your summer evenings sorted, thanks to Luna Cinema. London's favourite open-air cinema is back with a dazzling programme of screenings in jaw-dropping settings
Writer / director / comedian Simon Amstell talks to Culture Whisper about his new film Benjamin, which follows a twenty-something filmmaker who struggles with intimacy
Captain Marvel, Brie Larson's entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, is the first female-led superhero film of the franchise
Photographer Richard Billingham revisits his childhood with a powerful stillness and love laced with dysfunction in his debut feature film Ray & Liz
From a Pulitzer Prize-winner to yet another Little Women remake, books being made to movies are coming thick and fast in 2019
Brazilian filmmaker Alejandro Landes uses the backdrop of the Colombian civil war to tell a dizzying story of teenage angst and global chaos in Monos
Julianne Moore plays an opera diva held hostage in Bel Canto, the film adaptation of Ann Patchett's 2001 bestseller
Maggie Gyllenhaal plays a teacher with an alarming affection for her student in Sara Colangelo's remake of 2014 Israeli film The Kindergarten Teacher
The gloss of tearjerking Hollywood drama has faded, making room for more exciting films showing life at its most authentic. Bookmark these documentaries to get your heart racing
Nordic folklore is combined with grisly crimes in a Swedish genre-bender Border, based on the writings of John Ajvide Lindqvist
Ari Aster's follow-up to Hereditary stars Florence Pugh, Jack Reynor, Will Poulter and William Jackson Harper (The Good Place) in a summer road movie with a dark pagan heart