Ever since the debut of the first live action Transformers movie, fans of the animated series have been clamouring for a proper interpretation of these beloved robots in their original disguise, instead of the computer generated mess that has plagued our movie screens since 2007. In that respect, Bumblebee
Although it was technically released in 2017 on Boxing Day, 'The Greatest Showman' has undoubtedly been the most talked about movie of 2018.
The new animated Spider-Man movie, Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse, is officially the best critically received Spider-Man movie ever.
The movie version of Andrew Lloyd Webber's hit musical Cats has added a host of stars to its growing cast, including James Corden and pop icon Taylor Swift.
Jason Momoa channeled his inner Polynesian at the premiere of Aquaman in Los Angeles last night, performing a traditional haka on the movie’s blue carpet. Momoa – never one to not show off where the opportunity presents itself – led the Māori chant with a group of his Polynesian cast-mates, including
Olivia Jackson, the stuntwoman who sustained horrific injuries when an action sequence on the movie Resident Evil: The Final Chapter went wrong, is suing for £2.2 million. The 35-year-old, South African-born performer was in a coma for 17 days, had to have her left arm amputated and suffered other catastrophic
Yup, it’s (yet) another young adult novel adaptation. But of all the various dystopian, post-apocalyptic scenarios addressed on film – alien/monster invasion, zombie apocalypse, tyrannical government – Mortal Engines certainly has one of the more intriguing ones. Based on the novels by Philip Reeve,
Top films released between 2014 and 2017 earned more at the box office, despite the recent fall-out over male stars being paid more than women.
We are a nation of musical-lovers it seems as 'Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again' tops the Official Film Chart.
The reviews for Aquaman are in, and while you couldn't quite call them universally 'glowing', Justice League would have given an arm and a leg for them.