The popular franchise is attempting to engage with younger fans of the series
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Saturday 18 August 2012
The 1975 movie Jaws can be in people's thoughts when they are paddling out to sea on a lilo. But you don't have to go all the way to a holiday resort for a bit of terror. Next month the Thames will have its own in the form of a shark-fin gliding through the water, before a screening of the fully restored blockbuster.
Thursday 09 August 2012
Nick Helm, barking dictator of fun, and nominee for last year’s comedy award, has pushed the military nuances in his act to their logical conclusion.
Wednesday 25 July 2012
The putative next leader of the free world arrives today, and you will all join me in extending a warm welcome to Willard Mitt Romney. The saviour of the Salt Lake City Winter Games of 2002 is in town both to look presidential and as a member of the "Olympic Family" (the planet's second most lovable, after the Mansons).
Tuesday 24 July 2012
If Raisa’s jockey edges away, Mitt must call his wife over to tell him about her dressage horse, Rafalca
Sunday 15 July 2012
Chisora's dogged resistance is broken in fifth round as Haye ponders his next move – now the real fight begins over the future of British boxing
Saturday 14 July 2012
Film producer Richard Zanuck, who won the best picture Oscar for Driving Miss Daisy and was involved in such blockbuster films as Jaws and The Sting after his father, Hollywood mogul Darryl F. Zanuck, fired him from 20th Century Fox, has died. He was 77.
Friday 13 July 2012
Michelle Ryan's Hollywood ending is on hold – but the former EastEnder still has a taste for action. James Mottram meets her
Sunday 01 July 2012
If you half-remember the 1970s – or even just its TV repeats – you can't help getting a kick out of this two-CD digest of theme music co-compiled by retro-specialist Johnny Trunk.
Tuesday 19 June 2012
Notebook: I can't imagine Melville or Ibsen are high in Michael Bay's mind when he churns out another Transformers movie
Saturday 05 May 2012
A smart comedian brings off that tricky first novel with energy and wit.
Friday 20 April 2012
These days we're used to watching films in unusual venues but Shobdon Airfield, home of Herefordshire Aero Club and originally a training base for Second World War glider pilots, is far more special than most. As part of the forthcoming Borderlines May Festival, a series of flight-themed films will be screened in one of the 1930s hangars, along with the chance to take trial flights in a two-seater Cessna plane.
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