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A snippet oft he poster for the upcoming film about Amy Winehouse's life, 'AMY'

Amy Winehouse film: Watch the first trailer for AMY from the makers of Senna

The film will be released in cinemas in July

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Universal Pictures announces the cast and filmmakers of Straight Outta Compton (clockwise, from top left): Producer Ice Cube, director F. Gary Gray, producer Dr. Dre, actor Corey Hawkins (as Dr. Dre), Jason Mitchell (as Eazy-E) and O’Shea Jackson Jr. (as Ice Cube)

Straight Outta Compton trailer: New clip shows NWA's rise from violence to rap superstardom

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Jamie Dornan as the disturbing killer Paul Spector

Jamie Dornan admits stalking a woman on the Tube to prepare for The Fall

The actor said it was 'kind of exciting, in a really sort of dirty way'

Tom Cruise in Joseph Kosinski’s science-fiction mystery thriller ‘Oblivion’

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Peaky Blinders and Wreck-It Ralph will also be hitting the streaming service

Mulan becomes the latest animated Disney film to be remade as live action movie

The first of the live action films, Cinderella, opened last week in the UK

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It could be online as early as 16 April

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Sacha Baron Cohen is definitely not involved in Freddie Mercury biopic, says Brian May

Queen manager Jim Beach's comments that Baron Cohen would 'write, produce and direct' the film were a joke, says May

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