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December 12 2013 Latest news:
Last night was “kind of a big deal” as stars of the cult comedy Anchorman reunited on the red carpet for the franchise’s long-awaited sequel.
Low-budget crime drama Metro Manila was the big winner last night as the stars of UK film came out the British Independent Film Awards.
For a child growing up in the 80s it was one of the biggest films around, so Future Cinema’s new Ghostbusters screening was always going to be a nostalgic affair.
The Duke of Cambridge said he was reminded ‘of what an extraordinary and inspiring man Nelson Mandela was’ after finding out about his death at the premiere of a new film about his life.
Colin Firth said he had feelings of ‘inadequacy’ at the premier of his latest film The Railway Man as he took on the role of a prisoner of war in Burma.
David Beckham expects his mother to cry at a new film charting his time at Manchester United, which premiered in West End last night.
Hundreds of Breaking Bad fans will attend a marathon screening at one of London’s best-loved cinemas.
Everyone wants to know how to get Monty Python Live tickets for their reunion show at London’s O2 Arena in July.
Barry Forshaw reviews the reissue of Terence Fisher’s classic Hammer Horror on Blu-ray:
Do you know your Brief Encounter from your Life of Brian, your Chariots of Fire from Get Carter? It’s time to put your money where your mouth is.
Immersive cinema group Future Cinema has launched more special family screenings of cult 80s film Ghostbusters.
The nominations for the 2013 British Independent Film Awards have been announced by actor and previous winner Ewan McGregor.
Oscar-winning Jennifer Lawrence was joined by celebrities braving drizzle in Leicester Square last night for the premiere of her new film The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
A film praised for its exploration of LGBT matters is just one of the cultural offerings from this year’s Play Poland Film Festival, which kicks off in London this week.
Speculation is mounting that open auditions for a new Star Wars film are to take place this month in the capital.
Inside Llewyn Davis, the newest film from Oscar-wining Coen brothers, is one that hits the right note - resoundingly so.
Can you have too many superhero films? Not according to Marvel, who bring back Thor for his third outing on the big screen.
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