The British Academy Film Awards were held in February 2018 and the big winners were announced. There were some slight surprises, but the best films won, and it was great to see some outstanding work being rewarded. The ceremony took place at the Royal Albert Hall and was hosted by Joanna Lumley. The Best Film
The Emoji Movie isn’t’ performing particularly well. However, it has done fairly well in the box offices, taking a total of £1.78m for its UK debut. That hasn’t encouraged the critics though, who have been altogether rather scathing of this film. Despite an interesting and relevant concept, it seems The Emoji Movie is not going
Dunkirk was released in July and has been causing a stir in cinemas across the UK. It features incredibly hard-hitting content and is very graphic, making it a difficult yet compelling watch, as viewers get caught up in the story and the action. It uses a small amount of dialogue and we don’t really get
DC Entertainment boss Diane Nelson has heaped praise on her Wonder Woman leading lady Gal Gadot, insisting the actress “embodies” everything about the character. Nelson was a big fan of Gadot’s casting as the comic book superheroine, and now she can’t imagine working with anyone but the Israeli star, who made her debut as the
The sixth movie in the Mission: Impossible franchise looks like it is officially a go after Tom Cruise has agreed a deal and signed on the dotted line. Reports had said that a ‘pay dispute’ had halted plans to start production, but this has now been rectified following advanced negotiations. The next film in the
It’s no change at the top of the UK box office as Suicide Squad, Finding Dory, Jason Bourne and The BFG all retain their lock on the top four places. Suicide Squad suffered by far the biggest decline, down 62%, but was nevertheless the clear winner in the box office, with weekend takings of £4.24m.
Hollywood a-lister Johnny Depp was a recent guest at the AFI festival in Los Angeles, where he spoke about some of the difficulties he has faced in his career. Our favourite actor Johnny commented on how Disney didn’t seem to understand what the actor was trying to accomplish with his Keith Richards-inspired portrayal of Captain