The Five is released on DVD, Blu-ray and digital HD on Monday 4 July 2016.
What must it be like on the inside of Roland Emmerich’s head? Coping with the constant pressure to dream up new and unprecedented catastrophes; negotiating that precarious tipping point at which the cataclysmic loss of human life and infrastructure would effectively rule out a sequel.
From across the park, a low-pitched, adolescent chant starts up: “Jess-EE! Jesse-Eisen-BERG!”
Donald Trump lies naked with Taylor Swift, Kim Kardashian, Bill Cosby and Kanye West in a grainy video released with West’s new single, Famous, in a line-up of wax models the rapper says is “a comment on fame”.
January’s much-delayed Anti album saw Rihanna – modern pop’s most prolific hit machine – turn her back on the bangers.
The death of Anton Yelchin has been officially ruled as an accident by the Los Angeles County coroner’s office.
There are countless examples of cult movies that changed in the making, and ended up being better for it.
Craig David’s return has been one of the more unlikely pop comebacks of 2016. It’s been 16 years since he emerged as the shy but chart-strafing face of the hip-hop and house-influenced UK garage scene, hitting No 1 with his 7.5m-selling debut album, Born to Do It, when he was just 19.
Here is a heartfelt, decent, educational documentary about the most important issue of our time – climate change – presented by A-lister Leonardo DiCaprio, who proves his own commitment to the cause.
Raoul Peck’s documentary I Am Not Your Negro has a “written by James Baldwin” credit in its opening sequence.