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From Justin Kurzel's challenging portrait of a serial killer in Nitram to Baz Luhrmann's Elvis biopic starring Austin Butler, here are the films in cinemas this weekend
Greta Gerwig directs and co-writes this upcoming Barbie film, starring Margot Robbie, Ryan Gosling, Ncuti Gatwa, Emma Mackey and Will Ferrell. But will it be any good?
Starring Ana de Armas and Adrien Brody, Andrew Dominik's new adaptation of the Marilyn Monroe novel by Joyce Carol Oates is finally coming to Netflix in September
Austin Butler and Tom Hanks star in this new biopic by Baz Luhrmann about the king of rock 'n' roll, Elvis Presley
Emma Thompson and Daryl McCormack star in this feel-good sex comedy, in which a middle-aged woman solicits a sex worker. Katy Brand writes and Sophie Hyde directs
Dakota Johnson, Cosmo Jarvis, Henry Golding, and Richard E Grant are all set to star in this new Netflix adaptation of Jane Austen's final novel
TikTok users love to name and shame celebrities who've risen nepotistically, like Maude Apatow, Lily Rose-Depp and Daisy Edgar-Jones, but is this really productive?
The world's most important film festival – boasting big names like Tom Cruise and Tom Hanks – has drawn to a close. Here are the biggest moments from Cannes 2022
From Baz Luhrmann's glamorous biopic Elvis to David Cronenberg's latest provocative piece Crimes of the Future, here are the most exciting titles at this year's Cannes Film Festival
Jack Lowden and Peter Capaldi star in this new biopic of WWI poet Siegfried Sassoon
Tom Cruise returns as the rebellious and dangerous naval aviator Maverick, now teaching a new generation of pilots for a new mission. Miles Teller, Val Kilmer and Jennifer Connelly star
The second feature from filmmakers Dan Kwan And Daniel Scheinert explores the multiverse from the perspective of a laundrette owner (Michelle Yeoh). Jamie Lee Curtis also stars
From the Nick Cave concert movie This Much I Know to be True to Tom Cruise's aerodynamic return in Top Gun: Maverick, here are the best films coming in May
From the fraught relationship drama True Things with Ruth Wilson and Tom Burke to the new Downton Abbey movie with Maggie Smith, here are the best films coming in April
Ryûsuke Hamaguchi's three-hour triumph lost Best Picture at this year's Oscars, but deserved better. A delicate odyssey through grief and storytelling, Drive My Car was the best film of 2021
Jane Campion's The Power of the Dog takes the lead in this year's Oscars nominations, which have secured an enticing selection. Here are the films tipped to win big
For its latest immersive venture, Secret Cinema storms into the Marvel Cinematic Universe and its distinctly unheroic team of superheroes: the Guardians of the Galaxy
French director Jacques Audiard talks to Culture Whisper about his latest film Paris, 13th District with actor/musician Jehnny Beth
From the Kurosawa-inspired drama Living with Bill Nighy to the 20-something romcom The Worst Person in the World, here are the Sundance titles we're excited to see when they release
One of many upcoming Florence Pugh projects is The Wonder, the new film by Chilean director Sebastián Lelio set in rural Ireland in 1861. Tom Burke also stars
Penélope Cruz stars in Pedro Almodóvar's latest film, which follows a soap-y and complicated relationship between two mothers
Guillermo del Toro's latest film enters the world of 1940s carnivals, with Bradley Cooper playing a fake psychic who hits the big city. Also stars Cate Blanchett and Willem Dafoe
Kenneth Branagh turns personal for his latest film about the start of the Troubles in Northern Ireland during the 60s. Stars Jamie Dornan, Judi Dench and debut actor Jude Hill
From Paul Thomas Anderson's 70s comedy Licorice Pizza, starring Bradley Cooper, to James Cameron's long, long-awaited follow-up to Avatar, here are the best films coming in 2022
Paul Thomas Anderson's latest film takes place in 70s Los Angeles, following the weird relationship between 25-year-old Alana (Alana Haim) and 15-year-old Gary (Cooper Hoffman)
Joel Coen adapts and directs this new, black-and-white adaptation of the William Shakespeare play. Stars Denzel Washington, Frances McDormand and Brendan Gleeson
After Raw, director Julia Ducournau comes back swinging with her dark, twisted, Palme D'Or-winning second film. Agathe Rouselle and Vincent Lindon star
From Julia Ducournau’s Palme D'Or winning Titane to the eerie Haruki Murakami adaptation Drive My Car, here are our favourite movies of 2021
Oscar-nominated actor Maggie Gyllenhaal makes her first feature film The Lost Daughter, based on the novel by Elena Ferrante. Olivia Colman and Dakota Johnson star
Ansel Elgort and Rachel Zegler star in the stunning, spectacular remake of West Side Story by Hollywood legend Steven Spielberg
From Little Women to It's a Wonderful Life, Netflix, Disney Plus and Amazon Prime are full of Christmas treats. Have yourself a merry little Christmas with our top picks
In Jane Campion's latest film, Benedict Cumberbatch stars as a toxic cowboy on a wealthy ranch in Montana, 1925. Also stars Kirsten Dunst, Jesse Plemons and Kodi Smit-McPhee