Marvel have revealed the new poster for the summer release of Ant-Man, showing the teeny, tiny hero dodging some equally teeny, tiny bullets.
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29 May 2015, 10:52am
We're in the merry, merry month of May and things have just got better with the amazing line up available now on Virgin Movies, just check out our selection below! Click through to watch online or select 'On Demand' then 'Movies' on your Virgin Media TV.
27 May 2015, 3:00pm
Lake Bell may have a bigger presence in the US where she's a talented actress, writer and director, but she’s still an up-and-coming star over here in the UK. She's about to star opposite our own national treasure Simon Pegg in British rom-com Man Up, so to celebrate Lake Bell’s talents (both in front and behind the camera), here are a few fast facts to introduce you:
26 May 2015, 10:20am
As the sun sets on another Cannes Film Festival, here's a run down of the top 10 films which premiered this year: sensible footwear may be required.
26 May 2015, 9:29am
Cannes isn’t all class, you know: karaoke is a popular pursuit on the sidelines and a nice chance for networkers to let their hair down and belt out a cheesy number or two, safe in the knowledge that everyone else is making an equal idiot of themselves. Thursday night in Cannes is Karaoke Night at the American Pavilion, so I pop down and represent the Brits along with one or two others. My Dolly Parton normally goes down a storm with the latter crowd, but it may not have been the best choice for a group of young Americans. There’s polite applause from the friendly crowd and the odd hi-five, but I’ve made a mental note for next year: choose songs recorded in the last five years, preferably with innuendo. Think Miley Cyrus. It’s a fun evening that ends with everyone piling onto the makeshift dance floor and shouting over whatever person is vainly trying to sing at that point.
24 May 2015, 8:01pm
It's an obvious joke, but Dwayne Johnson's new disaster movie San Andreas does indeed have its faults. In fact, it's riddled with plot holes the size of tectonic plate shifts. San Andreas might be the dumbest disaster movie ever made, and for a genre that usually only operates with critical faculties in the 'off' position, that's saying something. Put simply: the earth will not move for you.
22 May 2015, 9:51am
Women banned from red carpets for wearing flat shoes, playing teacher in film criticism lessons and late night erotic movies in 3D. Just another day in Cannes!
21 May 2015, 9:30am
Director Brad Bird teams up with co-writer Damon Lindelof for this sci-fi mystery about a secret place where nothing is quite what it seems...
19 May 2015, 2:59pm
From feasting on The Lobster and the new Amy Winehouse documentary, to partying with Mos Def and ending up in a curry house. Our reporter, Anna Smith, keeps it classy at Cannes. Here's day two of her blog, exclusively for Virgin Movies!
Are you simply sick of superheroes saving the day yet again? Tired of found footage horror flicks? Bored by the latest best-selling book adaptations? Are you longing for something, well, a bit more original? A black and white Iranian film might not be the first thing that tempts you for a night out at the cinema, but think again, because A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night is likely to be one of the coolest films you’ll see this year. Here are nine reasons why: