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Human Rights Watch Film Festival

The Human Rights Watch Film Festival will be presented in London from 9 to 18 March, 2016, featuring 16 inspiring, topical and provocative documentaries and dramas, Human Rights Watch said today.

UK Box Office

Family adventure Goosebumps may occupy the top spot in the official Rentrak UK box-office chart, but it does so via £1m of previews that inflate its opening gross. In fact, the weekend was won by Dad’s Army, with a solid £2.08m from 585 cinemas.

Final Divergent film needs a new director

For a while, it looked like the Divergent series was set to mirror the four The Hunger Games movies in its approach to directors. That is, one person made the first film, and someone else ultimately came in to make the final three.

Assassin’s Creed Compared to The Matrix

A video game movie thinking about other films and different ways to approach the story? You'd think they were taking the whole thing seriously. Assassin's Creed movie producer and double Assassin Michael Fassbender opened up to Empire about his take on the franchise's genetic memory storyline.

Rumours Of An Eight Saw Movie

The nice thing about horror is that nothing ever really stays dead. In bad news for those who have the Blu-Ray 'complete' set, Saw Legacy will apparently be the eighth movie in the ultra gory franchise and Lionsgate has already started cranking those blood covered development cogs.

Bella Heathcote Joins Fifty Shades

She's heading into cinemas this week in Pride & Prejudice & Zombies, and now we learn that Bella Heathcote is the latest addition to the cast of Fifty Shades Of Grey follow-up, Fifty Shades Darker.

Ghostbusters Trailer Out Soon

Summer movie season is only a couple months away, and while we've gotten trailers for nearly every blockbuster coming our way, we're still waiting on some footage from Ghostbusters; the eagerly awaited franchise reboot from Paul Feig.

Josh Brolin teases more Thanos

Since he was teased at the end of 2012's The Avengers (Avengers Assemble in the UK), we've seen very little of Thanos. Indeed, the villain has seemed perfectly content with sitting in his space chair and ordering others to do his work for him

UK Box Office

Resisting the challenge of horny Robert De Niro and naked Zac Efron in Dirty Grandpa, Leonardo DiCaprio and the bear win it for a third week in a row, with third-weekend box-office figures of £2.28m. The Revenant’s total after 17 days is a spiffy £16.09m.

The Force Awakens nearly featured Yoda

In terms of cameos Star Wars: The Force Awakens is jam-packed with 'em. Tons of A-listers and previous franchise stars, such as Simon Pegg, Kevin Smith, Ewan McGregor and Daniel Craig, hid inside costumes or vocal booths for their brief scenes, and that list nearly included Frank Oz .

The Shows Must Go On

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Deadpool UK rating confirmed

We know Deadpool has an R-rating in the US, and today the Merc with A Mouth's solo outing has finally been granted a UK rating. In case that R didn't tip you off, the movie won't be your typical comic book outing.

Could the Hulk actually get proper lines?

Last week, it was reported that Hulk will be getting a new story arc that will begin in Thor: Ragnarok and end in Avengers: Infinity War - Part II. It seems that part of that narrative could involve the Hulk getting smarter and actually forming sentences.

Mad Max: Fury Road lands top prize

MAD MAX: FURY ROAD landed another big film win on Friday (29Jan16) at the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts' (AACTA) International Awards.

Screen Actors Guild Awards

The SAG Awards are the only ceremony where actors vote for the year's best performances in movies and television.

Jack Huston Not Fit To Fence

New dad JACK HUSTON has vowed to get fitter in 2016 after huffing and panting his way through fight scenes in new movie PRIDE AND PREJUDICE AND ZOMBIES.