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Cell + The Best Lesser Known Stephen King Adaptations

Stephen King, the master of horror, has been publishing stories since 1967 and is still prolific to this day. Despite being active over several generations, his work is as important and popular now as it ever has been. With the release of Cell, we take a look at some of his lesser known adaptations.

From Friday: War Dogs

Todd Phillips (“The Hangover” trilogy) directs “War Dogs,” a comedic drama based on true events, starring Jonah Hill and Miles Teller.

Feature: Rebel Wilson Joins Guys and Dolls

Award-winning actress Rebel Wilson has joined the West End cast of Guys and Dolls for a strictly limited 8 weeks only at the Phoenix Theatre to play the part of Miss Adelaide until Sunday 21 August 2016.

Feature: Ghostbusters Return

Ghostbusters makes its long-awaited return, rebooted with a cast of hilarious new characters. Thirty years after the beloved original franchise took the world by storm, director Paul Feig brings his fresh take to the supernatural comedy, joined by some of the funniest actors working today

Feature: Long Way North

Having won the coveted Audience Award at the 2015 Annecy International Animation Festival, LONG WAY NORTH has continued to attract universal acclaim as it enchants audiences across the world.

Feature: Dad’s Army

May, 1944. As the Allied armies massed in the British Isles prepare to invade Occupied Europe and strike a mighty blow against Hitler’s Reich, a heavy responsibility falls on the men of Walmington-on-Sea’s Home Guard platoon.

Feature: A Hologram for the King

Cultures collide when an American businessman (Hanks) is sent to Saudi Arabia to close what he hopes will be the deal of a lifetime. Baffled by local customs and stymied by an opaque bureaucracy, he eventually finds his footing.

Feature: Sing Street

Going back to 1980s Dublin where an economic recession forces Conor out of his comfortable private school and into survival mode at the inner-city public school where the kids are rough and the teachers are rougher.

Feature: X-Men: Apocalypse

Director Bryan Singer takes the franchise to new heights as the X-Men battle the original and most powerful mutant - Apocalypse.

Featurette: Jason Bourne

The two-minute featurette doesn't give away too much of the film's plot - we know Bourne is enlisted by the CIA, but we don't know why - but it offers some great snippets of action amidst some interviews with Damon and Paul Greengrass.

JOY New to DVD & Blu-ray 25th April | Feature & Interviews

David O. Russell’s 8th feature film, JOY, based loosely on the life and rise of inventor and home shopping star Joy Mangano (Jennifer Lawrence), comes to DVD & Blu-ray on 25th April, and we've got interviews with the director, cast and the inventor of the miracle mop herself.

Feature: Bastille Day

A blistering action thriller set in the French capital, Paris, this is the story of an unlikely pair – a reckless CIA agent and a brilliant pickpocket

Feature: Desert Dancer

Set in Tehran during the volatile climate of the 2009 presidential election and the start of the "Green Movement," Afshin and a group of dancers risk their lives and form an underground dance company.

Feature: Jane Got A Gun

Jane Hammond has built a life on the rugged western plains with her husband Bill "Ham" Hammond and young daughter. When Ham stumbles home riddled with bullets after a run-in with the relentless John Bishop and his gang, she knows they will not stop until her family is dead.

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