The Highlands are alive, but how do you solve a problem like Merida?
Bland bed-hoppers going round in circles
The action thriller is set to return to screens, this time without its original action man. How do you reboot a franchise with an unknown hero? Emma Jones finds out
Ed Norton is being lined up to play the villain in 'The Bourne Legacy'.
Very happy new year to all my readers, and may I express my wishes that you all had a wonderful festive time with the ones you love – or, if you failed to swing that, with your families.
Like most con-man comedies, this one features a pair of tricksters (Adrien Brody and Mark Ruffalo) who plot to relieve a rich woman (Rachel Weisz) of her fortune.
You can fool some people some of the time, but that's not enough
Californian writer and film director Rian Johnson achieved critical acclaim in 2005 for a low budget neo-noir murder mystery movie inspired by Dashiell Hammett detective novels called ‘Brick.’ His second film, ‘Brothers Bloom,’ which hits cinemas in the UK tomorrow, is an intense departure from the edginess and careful stylisation of Johnson’s debut. It is instead a light-hearted conman movie, filled with slapstick capers and cons within cons, which might miss the mark for early converts to Johnson’s initial Wes Anderson-alike style, but which possesses a kooky, if self-aware, charm.
Someone should put this poor child – and the rest of us – out of her misery
Hollywood stars Rachel Weisz, Jude Law, Keira Knightley and Gillian Anderson were today nominated for Laurence Olivier Awards, theatre's top accolades.
The Lovely Bones, Peter Jackson's adaptation of the bestseller by Alice Sebold, finally arrives on UK screens next month. James Mottram reveals the tussles behind the scenes that have delayed it for so long
'We usually ended up in one of those weird speakeasy places underneath a cab company'
She will play the lead in the Donmar's A Streetcar Named Desire this summer. But isn't she a little too fresh-faced? The best Blanches have lived a little, says Alice Jones
The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor, Imagine Girl Band, Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved 2, PixelJunk Eden
Help! Somebody has stolen the mummy. And the plot ...
Billy Bragg has found an unlikely fan in George Osborne. The former left-wing firebrand and the Shadow Chancellor both appeared as guests on Andrew Marr's Sunday AM show last weekend. Once the cameras stopped rolling, the pair exchanged pleasantries about Bragg's song "A New England".