The Colony is available on digital download from 19 August 2016 and on DVD and Blu-ray from 22 August 2016.
Miles Ahead is available on digital download from 15 August 2016 and on DVD and Blu-ray from 22 August 2016.
Some films were made for the internet well before the internet was made for them.
Ozzy Osbourne’s former bassist Bob Daisley has sued the musician and his company Blizzard Music Limited for unpaid royalties.
Nobody likes a name-dropper, but then if you’d gained a love of gospel music from sitting up nights singing with Elvis, you’d probably mention it too.
He’s been through a breakdown, a Prozac addiction and hours of therapy, but David Brent hasn’t changed a bit. The world, however, has. It’s a harder, meaner place, with less time to indulge an amiable idiot.
Critics may have been largely unimpressed, but Suicide Squad defied sunny skies to deliver a robust UK opening of £11.25m from 573 cinemas.
The Maccabees have announced they are to split.
Vincent Ralph reviews the mid-season finale of Fear the Walking Dead.
We have the trailer for the upcoming Spongebob movie sequel set to launch next year.
A new campaign for the streaming service uses GIFs that react to current events and weather.
Star Trek, Battlestar Galactica, and Star Wars craft are compared to comet 67P in these mock images.
Work in Hollywood and want a wage increase? Then train as a boom operator, pronto. Behind-the-scenes professions – including makeup artists and catering crew – have enjoyed salary rises over the past two years, while actors and directors have seen their pay flatline or fall.
A Hologram For The King arrives on digital platforms on September 12th and DVD and Blu-ray on September 19th.
Level Up is out now on digital HD, Blu-ray and DVD.
Central intelligence is available on digital download from 17th October 2016 and on Blu-ray and DVD from 31st October 2016.
Here is a watchable, intimate but oddly truncated history of Oasis, directed by Mat Whitecross, who gave us the recent Madchester drama Spike Island and the excellent Ian Dury biopic Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll.
Do not watch the first live show of The X Factor. It is the only way real talent will win through over joke acts in the future.