A coming of age comedy/drama for the post hip hop generation. Produced by Forest Whitaker and Nina Yang Bongiovi. In cinemas 04 September 2015.
Introducing Michael Fassbender as Steve Jobs in Aaron Sorkin and Danny Boyle’s Steve Jobs. In cinemas 13 November 2015.
Based on Patricia Highsmith’s seminal novel, The Price of Salt, adapted by Phyllis Nagy, directed by Todd Haynes. Starring Cate Blanchett, Rooney Mara, Kyle Chandler, Jake Lacy and Sarah Paulson. In cinemas 27 November 2015.
On the eve of their 50th year anniversary, new original documentary The Other One: The Long Strange Trip of Bob Weir chronicles the journey of one world’s most influential bands, The Grateful Dead.
Before Beyoncé, Mariah, Whitney and Janet…there was Nina. Premieres in all territories where Netflix is available June 26.
“Entourage,” the big-screen version of the award-winning hit HBO series, reunites the show’s original cast, led by Kevin Connolly, Adrian Grenier, Kevin Dillon, Jerry Ferrara and Jeremy Piven. In cinemas 19 June 2015.
This film is neither self-expression nor collaboration. It is the product of being duty bound to see a project through conception to execution despite there being no real desire on the film-maker’s part to actually make the film.
One thing The Godfather films failed to show us was any attempt on Michael Corleone’s part to actually take his
is it normal that this man never seems aware of his own blood lust? He’s only ever troubled by the friends he lost, not by the lives he’s taken. It’s problematic to a thinking audience, but not to Clint Eastwood it seems. In cinemas 16 January 2015.
Marty Faranan (Colin Farrell) is suffering from writer’s block in the early stages of writing his “Seven Psychopaths” screenplay. His