Check out this exclusive featurette from While We're Young, available now on Virgin Movies.  In it, actors Ben Stiller, Naomi Watts , and Star Wars star Adam Driver talk about what it was like working with director Noah Baumbach on his latest generation-gap comedy.

If the latest Spectre trailer has got you itching for seriously slick spy action, good news: no need to wait until October for your fix. Tom Cruise is back as agent Ethan Hunt in another efficient, well-paced blockbuster that deliver its action with a wink and a nod - just like its hero. 

This week sees the release of one of the most surprising, refreshing and arguably game-changing films of the year. No, not Doctor Proctor’s Fart Powder (although, you know, insta-classic if we ever we saw one) - we’re talking about Hot Pursuit, a big-budget studio buddy comedy, which stars two of Hollywood’s biggest female stars (Reese Witherspoon and Sofia Vergara), and directed/produced/edited by women, too.

A rather muscly Jake Gyllenhaal punches his way back on to cinema screens next week, in true-life boxing drama Southpaw.  So to celebrate this fact, we spent hours in the lab doings lots of reasearch and drawing up complicated algorithms to define his top 10 sexiest movie moments.  Purely in the name of scientific research, of course.

No one runs quite like Tom Cruise. Whether its down the world’s tallest building on his last impossible mission, through Jerry Maguire’s airport, away from aliens in War Of The Worlds or through an empty Times Square in Vanilla Sky – they’re all sprinted through with that cheek-huffing grimace of pure intensity burning on his face.

Review: Inside Out

23 July 2015, 9:28am

Emma Simmonds posted by Emma Simmonds

 If you've ever wondered what's going on in someone else's head, Pixar's Inside Out provides an extraordinarily imaginative answer. The inner turmoil of an 11-year-old girl is brought vividly to life in this empathetic and surprisingly profound animation that's born from a genuine understanding of human psychology and that has smart ideas and visual chutzpah spilling out of its seams. Co-director Pete Docter (Up, Monsters, Inc.) came up with the concept after observing changes to his own daughter and his protectiveness and parental love shines through. 

Review: Second Coming

17 July 2015, 12:53pm

Corrina Antrobus posted by Corrina Antrobus

Theatre extraordinaire debbie tucker green, saddles her cinematic debut in style in this deeply mysterious drama on a bonafide London stage.

We've got an exclusive clip from the forthcoming critically-acclaimed Spanish drama Marshlands, arriving in UK cinemas on Friday 7th August.

It's hard to believe that just eight years ago, we were living in a world that didn't have the Marvel Cinematic Universe, a densley woven and inetrconnected series of films featuring the same characters that's evolved before our very eyes.  These days, you can't go anywhere without bumping into Iron Man here or Rocket Raccoon there, and this week the smallest in the canon, Ant-Man,starring Paul Rudd, hits our screens, just one more crusader from a cast of 9000 characters which inhabit the same universe.  If, for whatever reason you've managed to escape the marvel that is the MCU, then join us as we present 10 interesting facts you can pretend you knew all along.

Review: Ant-Man

15 July 2015, 2:26pm

Matthew Turner posted by Matthew Turner

When it was announced just over a year ago that British director Edgar Wright was leaving Ant-Man due to last-minute “creative differences” with Marvel Studios, the collective assumption was that the resulting movie would be a copper-plated disaster, not least because Wright and co-writer Joe Cornish had spent over eight years on the project, so whatever those creative differences were, they were clearly of the line-in-the-sand variety. Happily, though a couple of shoe-horned-in changes are glaringly obvious, the film itself is enormously entertaining and while it's tempting to speculate on what might have been, Wright is clearly there in spirit, retaining story, screenplay and executive producer credits to boot.

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