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Closing the BFI London Film Festival in a couple of weeks, the new trailer for Stan & Ollie shows Laurel & Hardy at their best.
David and Nic Sheff are the father and son living through addiction and heartbreak in the name of love in Beautiful Boy, Felix Van Groeningen's stunning and compassionate feature
Winner of the People's Choice Award at the Toronto International Film Festival, Peter Farrelly's Green Book tells the incredible story of an unlikely friendship
The latest addition to the DCEU is nearly in cinemas and we're swimming with excitement. Here's what we know so far
Aching memories, evocative ghosts, and post-war classism float around Lenny Abrahamson’s new period drama. Unfortunately, none of it leads anywhere
Based on the 1973 novel, Eli Roth adapts John Bellairs' story about magic in the bricks of a creaky old home
Opening this year's London Film Festival, 12 Years A Slave director Steve McQueen teams up with writer Gillian Flynn on Widows, this Autumn's biggest hard-hitting crime drama
Gaspar Noé returns with Climax, another piece of provocation, blending sex, drugs and faux-philosophical musings
The new trailer shows Mary Poppins flying back, correcting Michael's impoliteness, and playing with cartoons (again).
La La Land director Damien Chazelle meets Ryan Gosling again on First Man, retelling the years of Neil Armstrong's life which led to a huge milestone in human history
From the director of The Mercy and the writer of Mindhunter, King of Thieves is a comedy heist movie without much comedy or heist
The most popular of Wagner's four Ring cycle operas is staged at Covent Garden, and screened across the capital
From Now You See Me 2 director Jon M. Chu, Crazy Rich Asians is a rom-com fantasy that tackles class, family, and lavish lifestyles
Bradley Cooper directs and stars alongside Lady Gaga for the fourth iteration of this story – but everything about A Star Is Born feels alive and essential
In The Nun, director Corin Hardy takes on the sinister demon Valak from the Conjuring franchise. Unfortunately, there's not much to be scared of
In Desiree Akhavan's new film The Miseducation of Cameron Post, Chloë Grace Moretz takes on her bravest role to date
Following his documentary work on The Imposter, filmmaker Bart Layton returns with a heist no one needed but can still be enjoyed in American Animals.
Old and new stars unite in Mary Poppins Returns. Emily Blunt, Ben Whishaw and Colin Firth all come out to celebrate the magic once more
Hollywood's old guard comes together with some of the UK's best-loved comedians for Disney's new 3D fairytale
The latest film from UK-based Polish director Paweł Pawlikowski, Cold War is a chilling black-and-white melodic odyssey through Communist Europe, Paris and beyond
With Yardie, first-time director Idris Elba proves that London is an ever-expanding concrete labyrinth of worlds and stories
Fresh from his lead role in Black Panther, Michael B. Jordan returns to play Adonis 'Donnie' Creed in the latest addition to the Rocky saga
Wreck-It Ralph 2 is out in cinemas this November, and the trailer surprises with more than a few familiar faces
Taron Egerton and Jamie Foxx set to steal the show in a sharp new adaptation of Robin Hood, coming to cinemas this Winter – here's what you need to know
Expectations were low and the results aren't much higher. The Happytime Murders offers little in the way of humour, and doesn't even offend enough
You're a mean one, Mr Cumberbatch: The Grinch returns to the big screen this Christmas, voiced by Benedict Cumberbatch
Acclaimed novelist Ian McEwan adapted his own novel for the screenplay of The Children Act. The result is a messily emotional affair, in which Emma Thompson tries to shine
Based on one of the most ridiculous stories never told, Blackkklansman shows Spike Lee hasn’t lost his touch but that he may just be out of it
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is just around the corner. Pictures, trailers and release dates are here, all in one magical place
In The Spy Who Dumped Me, Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon are the slapstick pair taking on spies galore in what has always been a man's world
Bohemian Rhapsody retells the life and legacy of Freddie Mercury, the iconic frontman of Queen – the first look photos and trailer reveal there's plenty to get excited about...
200 years after the infamous 1819 Peterloo Massacre, kitchen realist Mike Leigh honours the milestone with his new film, Peterloo set to premiere in Manchester