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Here’s A New Behind-The-Scenes Look At ‘Murder On The Orient Express’

20th Century Fox has debuted a brand new look at their upcoming ensemble drama - the new adaptation of Agatha Christie's Murder On The...

Johnny Depp & Michelle Pfeiffer Come Together In ‘Murder On The...

The film version of Murder On The Orient Express, which is directed by and starring the British icon Kenneth Branagh, is just weeks away,...

16 New Character Posters Debut For ‘Murder On The Orient Express’

20th Century Fox has debuted 16 new character posters for Murder On The Orient Express, the forthcoming murder mystery which is due in cinemas...

Watch The New Trailer For ‘Murder On The Orient Express’

20th Century Fox have kindly shared the second trailer for their upcoming Murder On The Orient Express, the big-screen adaptation of the Agatha Christie novel,...

Home Entertainment Review: ‘Mindhorn’

Director: Sean Foley Starring: Julian Barratt, Essie Davis, Andrea Riseborough, Steve Coogan, Russell Tovey, Simon Farnaby, Richard McCabe Special Features: Commentary by Julian Barratt & Simon...

Dunkirk review: Dir. Christopher Nolan (2017)

Dunkirk review: Christopher Nolan delivers his tenth feature, a World War II film set around the evacuation of Dunkirk that may just be his...

Dunkirk World Premiere Interviews: Tom Hardy, Harry Styles & More

Last night saw the Royal World Premiere of Christopher Nolan's latest movie Dunkirk debut in London's historic Leicester Square. You can see some of...

Watch The ‘Dunkirk’ Royal World Premiere Live Stream Right Here!

The Royal World Premiere of Christopher Nolan's brand new World War II epic Dunkirk takes place in London this very evening, and we have...

New ‘Dunkirk’ Trailer Asks You To ‘Never Surrender’ As Tickets Go...

Ahead of its release later this month, Warner Bros. Pictures have debuted the latest trailer for Dunkirk. Titled 'Never Surrender', the new promo has...

Mindhorn review: Dir. Sean Foley (2017)

Mindhorn review: Julian Barratt and Simon Farnaby bring their dry and silly humour to the big screen. Mindhorn review by Luke Ryan Baldock. British comedy always tends to...