Our run-down of this year’s London Film Festival highlights; what was screened, who won awards, and which famous faces turned out!
Andy Serkis, star of Lord of the Rings and King Kong, is to direct a motion capture version of George Orwell’s Animal Farm.
Actor and festival founder Robert Redford has confirmed that Sundance London will return to the UK for at least the next two years…
Marvel Studios has revealed the official plot synopsis for the upcoming superhero sequel Iron Man 3 starring Robert Downey Jr.
French actress Sylvia Kristel, star of infamous 1974 film Emmanuelle, has died at the age of sixty.
Grab your red hoody, put new batteries in your Speak and Spell and head over to Madame Tussauds, because E.T is coming back to town.
Director Ridley Scott has been hinting about possible plot points for sequels to his films Prometheus and Blade Runner.
Director Tim Burton’s latest gothic animated film Frankenweenie has opened the 56th London Film Festival.
A pair of ruby slippers worn by Judy Garland in The Wizard of Oz will be put on display at the Victoria and Albert museum this October.
Continuing their 100th anniversary celebrations film studio Universal have commissioned new artwork for some of their most famous titles.
You may not be aware, but Adele has done the song for the new Bond film, Skyfall.
The Mummy returns, in the form of a possible remake headed up by Len Wiseman.
Gina Carano is announced as the first actress to officially sign up for the female Expendables!
Seth MacFarlane, creator of Family Guy and director of Ted is to host the Oscars in 2013.
Five UK horror premieres will take place as part of the Film4 Frightfest Halloween all-nighter on October 27th.