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"I just had a terrible thought... what if this is a dream?" Hollywood has dipped into Philip K Dick's fevered imagination time and time again and this lurid, violent and guiltily enjoyable 1990 sci-fi from Paul Verhoeven is one of the best.

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Total Recall (15)

Reissued in anticipation of the Colin Farrell remake, Paul Verhoeven's 1990 sci-fi thriller underlines a basic movie truth: nothing dates like a film-maker's vision of the future.

For The Tomb, which starts filming later this month, Stallone receives top billing again, with Arnold Schwarzenegger, Vinnie Jones and Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson joining him for the prison-break drama

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Since The Expendables, the 2010 film that brought together a smorgasbord of action heroes – including Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Jet Li and Bruce Willis – brought home $200m (£125m) at the box office, it was only a matter of time before the ludicrous mix of testosterone and brawn was recreated elsewhere (incidentally, The Expendables 2 is already in post-production). So news arrives of The Tomb, an upcoming flick with – if it's possible – an even more ridiculous cast.

The late BBC's John Peel

Trending: Turn left at Peel and upstairs to Schwarzenegger

On Friday, the BBC director-general Mark Thompson revealed that part of Radio 1's new home in Broadcasting House is to be renamed The John Peel Wing.

Marcos Baghdatis's racket-smashing antics caught the eye of Jimmy Connors

Melbourne Diary: Novak – The Movie

There were times in the past when Novak Djokovic's appetite for a battle was called into question, but the fighting qualities the Serb showed in winning three Grand Slam titles last year and becoming world No 1 have been recognised in Hollywood. Djokovic is making his screen debut in The Expendables 2, which is due to be released later this year.

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One Day, Lone Scherfig, 108 mins, (12A)<br/>Conan the Barbarian, Marcus Nispel, 112 mins (15)

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Hollywood private eye hits out at 'amateur hackers'

Anthony Pellicano, the Hollywood private eye imprisoned for illegally digging up dirt on behalf of A-list clients, has described the News of the World’s phone-hackers as rank amateurs compared to some of the grizzled veterans working in Hollywood.

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