No matter how crazy the outside world might seem to be, the sanctity of the cinema always provides a refuge. It has been much needed this past month and I expect it will continue to be for the foreseeable future. It helps that the content on screen has been strong this year too, and what initially seemed like a tricky year admissions wise, has so far offered pleasant surprises at regular intervals.
Finding Dory made a splash at its UK Premiere, as the rain began to pour with the arrival of the films main star, Ellen DeGeneres
'I think everything that we see in the media - whether it's television or film or anything you see - should represent everything that's happening in the world.'
‘Finding Dory’ actress Ellen DeGeneres has revealed that the new film will feature Disney’s first trans character. Ellen
But not everyone's happy...
The latest trailer for ‘Finding Dory’ debuted over the weekend and immediately sparked speculation that Disney could be about
August is deep into summer school holidays and although another superhero film has filled the slot occupied by Fantastic Four last year, the casting and trailers for DC Comics' Suicide Squad makes it clear that another Fantastic Four-style disappointment is not on the cards, and it could easily eclipse Batman V Superman to become the DC film 2016 is remembered for.
How does cinema follow a year like 2015? Three of the top 10 grossing films of all time in the UK were released within a seven month period and two of them became only the third and fourth films in history to cross the £90m mark. Add to that two of the biggest animated titles of all time, and it's clear that 2016 has a tough act to follow.
The first teaser trailer for Disney’s much-awaited sequel to ‘Finding Nemo’, ‘Finding Dory’, is finally here. Over a decade
Pixar bosses have revealed plot details for the long-awaited ‘Finding Nemo’ sequel, ‘Finding Dory’. The movie isn’t due for