The latest evolution of the Marvel Cinematic Universe introduces the newest member of the Avengers: Marvel’s Ant-Man. Armed with the amazing ability to shrink in scale but increase in strength, master thief Scott Lang (played by Paul Rudd) joins forces with his new mentor Dr. Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) to protect the secret behind his spectacular Ant-Man suit. 

To celebrate the exciting arrival of Ant-Man on Virgin Movies, we talk to Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly – who play Scott Lang/Ant Man and Hope Van Dyne – to discover their thoughts on the daring heist adventure…

December sees the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the seventh episode in the most widely-discussed and massively consumed movie saga ever told. How can it be possible, then, that Star Wars can have so many fans and still have a dark and mysterious past with which the layman is not familiar? The following projects are a mixture of little-seen Star Wars spin-offs, creative projects and plain old trashpiles, proving that even billion-dollar blockbusters like Star Wars have skeletons in their closets...

The movie guide to the apocalypse

26 November 2015, 1:20am

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It’s Arnie vs. Zombies this month as the Schwarzenegger-starring apocalyptic adventure Maggie lands on Virgin Movies. The film follows the Austrian icon and his on-screen daughter Abigail Breslin as they attempt to survive in a society that is struggling to survive after being ravaged by a zombie pandemic.

Maggie however is just the latest movie to give us an insight into what the end of the world might look like of course. After all Hollywood has long been obsessed with our impending doom. So from monsters to natural disasters, via little green men and the undead; join us as we look at the weird and wonderful ways that the world has ended at the movies.



Exclusive Black Mass clip

25 November 2015, 2:29pm

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Weve got an exclusive clip from the upcoming crime thriller Black Mass, starring Johnny Depp and Joel Edgerton, in cinemas Wednesday 25th November.

Review: Carol

24 November 2015, 10:14pm

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Skilfully adapted from Patricia Highsmith's lesbian romance novel The Price of Salt (published pseudonymously in 1952, when its subject was still taboo), Todd Haynes' Carol is an exquisitely realised and achingly moving love story that's certain to garner plenty of richly deserved awards attention.

Have we got a treat for you! An exclusive first look clip at comedy adventure Kung Fu Panda 3, which sees Po and his long-lost father arriving in a secret panda paradise!

The 6 most outrageous jokes in film

24 November 2015, 10:38am

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Throughout the history of cinema there have been films that have inspired us, moved us, made us cry…and then there are films that are remembered for making you laugh at things you probably shouldn’t.  To celebrate the arrival of Ted 2 on Virgin Movies this week, we take a look at the most outrageous movie scenes that will make you do biggest of inappropriate LOLs.


Long-running partnerships between a director and star are not uncommon, but few are as complementary as that of Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg. Across three films, and now four with the release of Bridge of Spies, the two have found a perfect fit in each other.

Tony Scott and Quentin Tarantino's 1993 black comedy thriller / romance is currently enjoying the re-release treatment in cinemas, courtesy of the good people at Park Circus. Here are twenty things you (probably) never knew about True Romance.


We’ve seen the future, and it doesn’t look good. From The Hunger Games to The Terminator, whether it’s the rapid advances in angry artificial intelligence, apocalyptic climate change or World War 3, we’re busily sewing the seeds of our own destruction. Goddam us. Goddam us all to hell.