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Interview: ‘Ideal Home’ Director Andrew Fleming

Out today is Ideal Home, a comedy-drama starring Steve Coogan and Paul Rudd as Erasmus and Paul. This gay couple's lives are turned upside...

EIFF 2018: ‘Ideal Home’ Review: Dir. Andrew Fleming (2018)

Ideal Home review: Paul and Steve Coogan are partners charged with raising a ten-year-old boy in this quirky indie comedy. Ideal Home review by Awais...

Steve Coogan and Paul Rudd Star In First Trailer For ‘Ideal...

The first trailer for the upcoming Steve Coogan and Paul Rudd movie Ideal Home has just dropped online. In Ideal Home, celebrity chef Erasmus (Steve...

Alan Partridge To Return To BBC One For New Series In...

Alan Partridge, the comedic alter ego of Steve Coogan, is set to return to the BBC later in the year. Partridge will appear in...

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...

The Dinner trailer: Oren Moverman’s film premiered at this year’s Berlinale

The Dinner trailer: Richard Gere, Laura Linney, Steve Coogan and Rebecca Hall lead the cast. Oren Moverman's latest film The Dinner has had its first...

The Dinner review [Berlinale]: Dir. Oren Moverman (2017)

The Dinner review: Writer and director Oren Moverman follows up films like Rampart and The Messenger with this modern day drama, an adaptation of Herman...

Coogan & C.Reilly confirmed as Laurel & Hardy

The ultimate movie double act is about to be revived! Steve Coogan has been cast as Stan Laurel in BBC Films' Stan & Ollie,...

New ‘Orlando’ clip for ‘Minions’!

There's no point in denying it, you love those Minions as much as the rest of us and after an expectedly silly first trailer,...

Banana! Amusingly Excitable New Trailer For Those ‘Minions’

I don't know what it is about these bonkers little fellas but I'm strangely excited about the upcoming MINIONS movie! It's not Shakespeare, it's not...