John Cusack, the actor, writer and – increasingly – political pundit, has said Barack Obama is “as bad or worse” than George W Bush when it comes to issues such as the NSA, freedom of the press, civil liberties and drone strikes.
After a string of bigger-budget genre fare, Idris Elba appears to be making a move back to more substantial roles.
Kidnapping Freddy Heineken is a fast-paced film about the real life kidnapping of one of Amsterdam's richest men in the early 1980's.
McQueen, now playing at the St. James Theatre, is beautifully produced but is not a true portrait of his life.
A pair of jazz pianists playing together always has the potential to be a problematic format.
In 1975, not long after his first solo gig, Rolling Stone called Bryan Ferry “a man of many manifestations”.
It was only four years ago Al Pacino was to be found rapping a Dunkin’ Donuts commercial in an Adam Sandler movie (Jack and Jill — you’ve forgotten it, so has he, probably).
First things first; Jaws is not about a shark.
Unless he voiced EB the drumming bunny in Hop purely for the love of percussion and adorable woodland creatures, there once was a time when Russell Brand liked capital.
The second season of cult animated series to return in July.
James Bond will soon be getting a new face if the latest reports are to be believed.
A boisterous turn from Helena Bonham Carter as the pugnacious Red Queen saves this Alice sequel from flatlining utterly. Using only the title and some characters from Lewis Carroll’s own 1871 sequel – in fact called Through the Looking Glass, and What Alice Found There – this new movie is just machine-tooled CGI fantasy fare.
Vincent Ralph explores the changes of one of Game of Thrones' most beloved characters.