James McAvoy has admitted he got the giggles while shooting a sombre funeral scene in the pouring rain in his latest X-Men film.
Sophie Turner has said that being able to go out and drink a lot without being photographed is something she missed out on while starring in Game Of Thrones.
Sophie Turner struggles to control the immense telekinetic powers of Jean Grey in the latest Dark Phoenix trailer.
Sutherland fish farmer Loch Duart has a key role to play in tomorrow night’s Bafta film awards ceremony.
SICARIO (15) 4 stars Kate Macer (Emily Blunt) is part of the FBI’s Special Weapons and Tactics team, who are at the forefront of the war against drugs on American soil.
Thanks to the blockbuster movie Macbeth, starring Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard, Shakespeare is certainly enjoying popularity in the mainstream and creating a lot of interest in the stunning landscape where the movie was filmed and where the real Macbeth lived out his tumultuous life. And while the film received rave reviews, the Scottish countryside also plays a starring role.
STEVE JOBS (15) 5 stars Danny Boyle’s bravura portrait of the revered Apple Inc co-founder is neither a traditional biopic nor a gushing hagiography.
AMY (15) 5 stars With her distinctive beehive hairdo, thick eyeliner and deep, soulful vocal delivery, Amy Winehouse became a defiantly outspoken icon for a generation, who exorcised personal demons through her emotionally raw lyrics.
Autumn is the season of golden colours, roaring stags, hunting eagles and rare migrant birds, all of which can be enjoyed in the Highlands. There is also a brilliant array of diverse events lined up this season, including Beer ‘N’ Folk in Kingussie, the Torridon Mountain and Sea Festival, the Highland Archaeology Festival and the Golden Spurtle – World Porridge Making Championship in Carrbridge – all taking place in October.
MACBETH (15) 5 stars The Scottish play bares its teeth and draws blood in Australian director Justin Kurzel’s muscular and unflinching adaptation that accentuates the carnage as the doomed title character is undone by paternal grief and naked ambition.
MINIONS (U) 3 stars You can have too much of a good thing.