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(12A) Simon Curtis, 109 mins Starring: Helen Mirren, Ryan Reynolds
Game face: Zoë Kravitz, Bruce Greenwood and Ethan Hawke in ‘Good Kill’

Good Kill, film review: Bombs and barbecues for Ethan Hawke in the Las Vegas drone zone

(15) Andrew Niccol, 102 mins Starring: Ethan Hawke, January Jones, Bruce Greenwood

DVD & Blu-ray reviews: From Veep - Season 3 to Roald Dahl's Esio Trot

Gary Cole and Julia-Louis Dreyfus in season 3 of Veep

On a roll: Ben Stiller stars in the comedy drama 'While We're Young'

While We're Young, film review: Ben Stiller is in his element in generation-gap comedy

(15) Dir. Noah Baumbach; Starring Ben Stiller, Naomi Watts, 97mins
Gravitas as a bereaved father: Russell Crowe in ‘The Water Diviner’

The Water Diviner, film review: Russell Crowe the director digs deep for his debut

(15) Russell Crowe, 111 mins Starring: Russell Crowe, Olga Kurylenko, Yilmaz Erdogan, Cem Yilmaz, Jai Courtney
Michelle Rodriguez and Vin Diesel in ‘Fast and Furious 7’

Fast & Furious 7 - film review: Paul Walker's exit is orchestrated in a graceful and poetic way

(12A) James Wan, 140 mins Starring: Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson, Paul Walker, Jason Statham
Anthony Hopkins in ‘Kidnapping Freddy Heineken’, based on a real-life crime

Kidnapping Freddy Heineken, film review: Murky thriller dramatises real-life kidnapping

(15) Daniel Alfredson, 95 mins Starring: Jim Sturgess, Sam Worthington, Anthony Hopkins, Ryan Kwanten
Likeable and smartly written teen movie 'The Duff'

The Duff, film review: Likeable teen movie deals with cyber-bullying, sex, and teen narcissism

(12A) Ari Sandel, 101 mins Starring: Mae Whitman, Bella Thorne, Robbie Amell
'Altman' successfully reminds us of what made him such a special director
The 'final' Final Cut? Sean Young in the Ridley Scott sci-fi classic 'Blade Runner'

Blade Runner: The Final Cut, film review: Sci-fi epic is one of the best film noirs of recent times

(15) Ridley Scott, 117 mins Starring: Harrison Ford, Rutger Hauer, Sean Young, Daryl Hannah
Race against time: Ben Stiller in ‘While We’re Young’

While We're Young, film review: Ben Stiller fights middle age with wry humour

(15) Noah Baumbach, 97 mins Starring: Ben Stiller, Naomi Watts, Amanda Seyfried, Adam Driver

DVD & Blu-ray reviews: From Christopher Nolan's Interstellar to Horrible Bosses 2

Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway in Interstellar (above)

Daniel Brühl in The Face of an Angel

The Face Of An Angel, film review: Split verdict on a murder inspired by Meredith Kercher's case

(15) Dir. Michael Winterbottom; Starring Daniel Brühl, Cara Delevingne, 101mins
Lily James and Cate Blanchett in ‘Cinderella’

Cinderella, film review: Magnificent in parts, but Kenneth Branagh's magic begins to dissipate

(U) Kenneth Branagh, 105 mins Starring: Cate Blanchett, Lily James, Richard Madden
Belgian fashion designer Raf Simons in 'Dior and I'
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Performers drink tea at the Glastonbury festival in 2010

GlastonburyWI to make debut appearance at Somerset festival

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Lena Headey as Cersei Lannister

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Jesuthasan Antonythasan as Dheepan

FilmPalme d'Or goes to radical and astonishing film that turns conventional thinking about immigrants on its head

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Måns Zelmerlöw performing

Eurovision
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Graham Norton was back in the commentating seat for Eurovision 2015

Eurovision
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Richard Hammond, Jeremy Clarkson and James May on stage

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Fearne Cotton is leaving Radio 1 after a decade

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The light stuff: Britt Robertson and George Clooney in ‘Tomorrowland: a World Beyond’
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Reawakening: can Jon Hamm’s Don Draper find enlightenment in the final ‘Mad Men’?
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Breakfast Show’s Nick Grimshaw

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'Youth' cast members Paul Dano, Jane Fonda, Harvey Keitel, Rachel Weisz, and Michael Caine pose for photographers at Cannes Film Festival
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Adam West as Batman and Burt Ward and Robin in the 1960s Batman TV show

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I am flute: Azeem Ward and his now-famous instrument
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A glass act: Dr Chris van Tulleken (left) and twin Xand get set for their drinking challenge
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MIA perform at Lovebox 2014 in London Fields, Hackney

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Finnish punk band PKN hope to enter Eurovision 2015 and raise awareness for Down's Syndrome

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William Shakespeare on the cover of John Gerard's The Herball or Generall Historie of Plantes

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Game of Thrones review
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Grayson Perry dedicates his Essex home to Julie

Potter's attempt to create an Essex Taj Mahal was a lovely treat

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A scene from the original Swedish version of the sci-fi TV drama ‘Real Humans’
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Hugh Keays-Byrne plays Immortan Joe, the terrifying gang leader, in the new film
filmActor who played Toecutter returns - but as a different villain in reboot
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Charlize Theron as Imperator Furiosa in Mad Max: Fury Road
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Jessica Hynes in W1A
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Power play: Mitsuko Uchida in concert

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Dangerous liaisons: Dominic West, Jake Richard Siciliano, Maura Tierney and Leya Catlett in ‘The Affair’ – a contradictory drama but one which is sure to reel the viewers in
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Richard Herring, pictured performing at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival two years ago
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