After months of waiting and re-shoot dramas, Rogue One: A Star Wars story has finally premiered.
The first audience has finally got a peek at the hotly anticipated Star Wars spin-off Rogue One, and things are looking promising.
Inverness star Karen Gillan is a busy woman. Here’s the trailer for her latest Hollywood movie which also features Tom Hanks
Inverness star Karen Gillan is a busy woman these days.
The trailer for the latest Transformers instalment has been released.
December is here and ’tis the season to be jolly and generous – so what better way to kick start your festive season than a trip to the movies?
Even at the age of 10, I knew Roger Moore was going places: I was such a fan of 60s television spy thriller The Saint, I used to re-enact his fight scenes in our living room afterwards.
The teaser trailer for the sequel to Guardians of the Galaxy has been released.
It’s been almost 100 years since Edgar Rice Burroughs’ muscular protector of the jungle swung into action on the big screen in the swaggering form of silent movie actor Elmo Lincoln.
20 years after the 1996 classic, they are back. We speak to the stars of Independence Day: Resurgence
The end of the world is nigh... again.
Tributes have flooded in for a rising talent of the big screen killed in a freak accident at his Hollywood home.
Russell Crowe has a reputation for being tricky in interviews, but the actor appears in good spirits today.
Kate Beckinsale only joined social media a few weeks ago - but she's already made quite an impression.
Tim Burton’s not in the director’s chair, and Sacha Baron Cohen’s joined the star-studded cast – but the second Alice movie is just as fantastical as the first.We meet new helmsman James Bobin to find out more.
A-listers George Clooney and Jodie Foster team up for this tense hostage thriller. Here’s what we thought about Money Monster
Money talks - and it says exceedingly ugly things - in Jodie Foster's tense hostage thriller, which unfolds largely in real time during a live television broadcast.
The hotly-anticipated sequel to Scottish cult classic Trainspotting has taken another step forward with the release of its international announcement trailer.
A small-time criminal is in the wrong place at the wrong time in director James Watkins’s action-packed thriller, which promotes Idris Elba as the next iteration of agent 007 when Daniel Craig holsters his Walther PPK for good.
Can Hotel Rwanda and Boogie Nights actor Don Cheadle do justice to the King of jazz? Read our review of Miles Ahead to find out
Protegee. Pioneer. Heroin addict. That there were many shades to musician Miles Davis’s life is a given. But what’s not is that a memorable life lived means a memorable biopic made.
Much much more than the bare necessities of life will come to you in Jon Favreau’s technically dazzling romp through the stories of Rudyard Kipling.
When Baron Pierre de Coubertin kindled interest in the modern Olympic movement at the end of the 19th century, he proposed a series of ideals to epitomise the spirit of the sporting contest.
Two’s company, three’s a paranoia-riddled crowd in 10 Cloverfield Lane, a thrilling companion piece to the 2008 found-footage sci-fi Cloverfield, which witnessed an otherworldly attack on New York City through the lens of a resident’s camcorder.
Kate Hudson has given up on striving for perfection. Born into showbiz royalty, as the daughter of Goldie Hawn and step-daughter of Kurt Russell, her life might be based in Hollywood, where a glossy megawatt veneer is the order of the day, but she insists her own outlook is firmly rooted in reality. “Some days I feel quietly confident, and other days I don’t,” explains the 36-year-old. “Certain days I feel like, ’Wow I’ve come so far’, and I feel really open. And other days I feel like, ’Should I have done that? Should I do this? I don’t know...’. “It’s life, isn’t it?” she reasons. “We’re always trying to figure it out.” Clearly it’s a subject Hudson, whose biological father is the musician Bill Hudson, has been thinking about a lot recently.
The 88th Academy Awards have been doled out to the winners and a new chapter of Hollywood history has been written, but for Dustin Hoffman, the central problem of this year's Oscars - the lack of diversity among the nominees - remains.
Ardent fans of unlikely kung fu-fighting warrior Po will happily grin and panda bear this derivative yet breathlessly energetic third instalment of the computer-animated adventure series.
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When the mighty fall, they fall hard.
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Walking the red carpet in little more than a grubby polo neck, blue Y-fronts and socks-and-slippers combo is a humiliating concept for most stars.
Leonardo DiCaprio has at last won his first Oscar for survival epic The Revenant.
Soon after Jada Pinkett Smith announced she was boycotting this year’s Oscars because of the lack of diversity among the nominees, her husband Will Smith (along with director Spike Lee) followed suit.
A WALK IN THE WOODS (15) 4 stars Travel writer and family man Bill Bryson (Robert Redford) hopes to shake himself out of a rut by trekking the Appalachian Trail.
THE FINEST HOURS (12A) 3 stars Heroes emerge in times of adversity and in Disney’s resolutely old-fashioned drama of gallantry at sea, the unlikely hero is a shy 1950s coastguard, who is a stickler for the regulations and willingly risks his life because the job demands it.