David Fincher is in talks to direct the Sorkin-penned Steve Jobs biopic, and he want Christian Bale to be his leading man
Make up artists often go unrecognised but, thanks to the Make Up Forever Academy, future artists are given the skills to produce impressive results.
Did the Stallone film musical manage to knockout audiences?
Episode: VII will be set thirty years after Return of the Jedi, and will feature a ‘trio of new young leads’
Meat Loaf is on the menu for dinner in this new horror comedy
Jurassic World announces the absence of three iconic characters as fourth installment begins filming
Sofia Coppola will direct a live action version of the classic Hans Christian Anderson fairy tale The Little Mermaid
BFI Southbank will screen a complete Studio Ghibli retrospective following Hayao Miyazaki’s final film The Wind Rises
The Lebanese Rocket Society is not always exciting but a constantly interesting look at a subject, which seems all but forgotten in the long history of the modern world.
Hard-boiled tough guys and sultry femme fatales collide in Sin City: A Dame to Kill For
Stunningly animated, consistently funny and with a plot so generous your misgivings seem to melt away, The Lego Movie may be an advert but it is an even better film.
Lars von Trier’s Nymphomaniac is full of ideas, but it takes them nowhere – there is no true meaning behind the director’s striking imagery
A film adaptation of The Last of Us is in development with Screen Gems and Sam Raimi attached to the project, Deadline has revealed.
A new full length trailer for the robots in disguise is online
Steve McQueen’s 12 Years a Slave has become the first movie by a black filmmaker to take home the Academy Award for Best Picture