Chris Pine, Aaron Taylor-Johnson and James Cosmo speak on the historical epic Outlaw King
Do yourself a favour and stream Outlaw King now.
Nancy director Christina Choe talks equality behind and in front of the camera, and explores the nature of truth
Why do women have to be likeable first, before they can do anything?
Fahrenheit 11/9 review - Moore's angriest and most urgent film to date
This is a warning against the imminent and total collapse of American democracy.
Michael Moore speaks on Fahrenheit 11/9, a 2020 Trump victory, the Democrats' failures, and Brexit
When asked about his BBC hat, Moore states that 'I have this hat so that ITV won't put me on'
Amandla Stenberg and The Hate U Give creators talk systemic racism, Black Lives Matter and the role of media
Amandla Stenberg, Angie Thomas and George Tillman Jr. talk about their latest film, The Hate U Give.
In talks with Keira Knightley at the LFF 2018
The British actress speaks on her career and latest role, Colette.
LFF 2018: Timothée Chalamet and Steve Carell talk addiction and challenging stigma in Beautiful Boy
The two play a father and son duo in this true story.
The best films coming to Netflix UK this October
Best cancel any social plans you had, folks.
The second Creed II trailer hypes an explosive sequel
Watch the new trailer here!
King of Thieves review - entertaining and starring an iconic cast, yet ultimately forgettable
Recommended for a night in, not for a cinema trip.
Rob Brydon, Rupert Graves, Charlotte Riley and the people of Swimming with Men talk body image, gender expectations and British film.
Rob Brydon makes a splash in this heartfelt comedy.
Pierce Brosnan, Andy Garcia, ABBA, Stellan Skarsgard and the men of Mamma Mia 2 reveal all
ABBA can make even Pierce Brosnan skip and Andy Garcia 'get down'
Cher, Amanda Seyfried, Lily James, Christine Baranski and the women of Mamma Mia 2 spill all
From girl power to their favourite ABBA numbers, these incredible ladies chat everything Mamma Mia
Incredibles 2 review - absolutely worth the 14 year wait!
Your spoiler-free review, as if you needed any extra incentive to go see it.
Denis O'Hare, Stephen Moyer and Anna Paquin talk issues of mental health and the lack of universal truths in 'The Parting Glass'
“To me it’s a work of art, not an issue piece. It’s not a piece that exists for a cause, it’s a story that happens to intersect with a cause," explains O'Hare.