Marvel star Mark Ruffalo has criticised talk show host Ellen DeGeneres for her friendship with former US president George W Bush.
Incredible Hulk actor Mark Ruffalo has questioned Boris Johnson’s comparison of Brexit Britain to his famous character.
Avengers: Endgame has become the most tweeted-about film ever, Twitter has said.
Avengers: Endgame has been hailed the “perfect goodbye” as the first reviews arrive for Marvel’s superhero epic.
Avengers: Endgame, which marks the epic culmination of 22 Marvel films over 11 years, is finally here.
Stars of Avengers: Endgame received one of Hollywood’s highest honours when they placed their hands in cement outside the historic TCL Chinese Theatre.
The finale of Avengers: Endgame will leave fans in a state of grief, star Mark Ruffalo has said.
Mark Ruffalo is appealing to the “greatest fans in the world” with one simple request – not to spoil Avengers: Endgame.
Spotlight brings the Boston Globe’s exposé of the Catholic Church’s abuse cover-up to the big screen, and it’s proving a hot favourite this awards season. YL talks to the film’s director, acclaimed cast, and the journalists they portray In the summer of 2001, Marty Baron began his first day in charge of the Boston Globe. Within hours, he'd asked the boss of the paper's investigative team, Spotlight, to look closer into a column about a local priest accused of sexually abusing dozens of young parishioners over a three-decade period.
SPOTLIGHT (15) 4 stars At its best, investigative journalism is a scalpel that slices through fatty rhetoric and cuts readers to the bones of institutions that should be defending our interests.
AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON (12A) 3 stars The Avengers storm a Hydra stronghold in the central European city of Sokovia under the control of Baron von Strucker (Thomas Kretschmann) in order to reclaim Loki’s magical staff.
AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON (12A) 4 stars As the roaring success of last year’s Guardians of the Galaxy confirmed, our appetite for films set in the Marvel Comics universe is voracious.
Keira Knightley’s done with playing tragic heroines and is desperately seeking a little hope. The Hollywood star tells the P&J that she might just have found it on the streets of the Big Apple