There are so many Best Picture winners, but these just happen to be the very best.
Jeff Bridges is back as “The Dude”, and it may mean great news for The Big Lebowski fans.
The 2019 Academy Awards nominations are finally here, and there’s some incredibly strong competition.
Joel and Ethan Coen have signed on to write the script for the tech thriller Dark Web.
It's been a very good Cannes, crowned with a Palme d'Or which was widely anticipated, and almost yearningly desired by every single person I spoke to at the Festival.
This is a flat-footed remake of a mildly amusing 1966 caper movie starring Michael Caine as a cockney conman posing as an aristocrat who hires chorus girl Shirley MacLaine to help him cheat the infinitely rich Herbert Lom in Hong Kong and in a fictitious Arab state.
The Coen brothers' excellent western True Grit is a second and rather different version of Charles Portis's novel, rather than a remake of the 1969 film that brought John Wayne an Oscar as the one-eyed bounty hunter Marshal Rooster Cogburn.
True Grit is going great guns at the American box office, making it the Coen brothers' highest-grossing movie ever.
Jeff Bridges – stooped and shambling, with a gravelly drawl – gives us the Duke by way of the Dude in the Coen brothers' satisfying, back-to-basics overhaul of the antique John Wayne classic.
Liverpool have two fringe players who are also reportedly major assets.
Ian Wright ranked Leicester City's Wes Morgan higher than Liverpool favourite Steven Gerrard in the Premier League's best captains.
Liverpool are reportedly keen on Napoli midfielder Fabian Ruiz.
Liverpool duo Virgil van Dijk and Alisson Becker are reportedly in contract talks.
The Leeds United hitman is a 'nuisance' according to Ian Harte.
Arsenal have been linked with a move for the £45 million-rated rock.
One key Tottenham Hotspur figure is leaving the club.
A 'stop Roblox from shutting down' in 2020 group has been created online to stop the popular game from closing.
Jean-Kevin Augustin joined Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds United in the January transfer window.
Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers should look at the one-time Brendan Rodgers signing.