Posts by Amy Bowker

Why more actors need to take a leaf out of Nicole Kidman’s book

By Amy Bowker

She’s pledged to work with a female director every 18 months in a bid for greater gender equality.

Twitter wills a Lupita Nyong’o-Rihanna heist movie into existence

By Amy Bowker

Ava DuVernay will direct the social media-inspired project for Netflix.

Robert Pattinson is starring in Joanna Hogg’s next film

By Amy Bowker

Martin Scorsese will exec produce the ambitious two-part mystery romance The Souvenir.

Baywatch

By Amy Bowker

Bums, guns and red lycra – Baywatch is back and it’s exactly what you’re expecting.

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Jessica Chastain is playing Ingrid Bergman in a new biopic

By Amy Bowker

She’s producing and starring in the biographical romance Seducing Ingrid Bergman.

Brie Larson reunites with her Short Term 12 director for The Glass Castle

By Amy Bowker

She stars opposite Woody Harrelson and Naomi Watts in this turbulent family drama.

Watch the poignant trailer for Whitney: Can I Be Me

By Amy Bowker

Nick Broomfield’s doc tells the tragic life story of this celebrated solo artist.

Inversion

By Amy Bowker

Sahar Dolatshahi shines in this understated Iranian drama about familial obligation.

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Why didn’t Netflix let Bong Joon-ho shoot Okja on 35mm?

By Amy Bowker

The director has spoken out about the streaming giant’s involvement in his latest project.

Whiskey Galore!

By Amy Bowker

This remake of the quaint Ealing comedy caper from 1949 fails to justify its existence.

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Greta Gerwig boards Mia Hansen-Løve’s English-language debut

By Amy Bowker

Bergman Island is inspired by the life of the legendary Swedish director.

Watch Emma Stone and Steve Carell go head to head in Battle of the Sexes

By Amy Bowker

The pair recreate a memorable sporting occasion which had huge significance off the court.

Robert Pattinson is unrecognisable in the Good Time trailer

By Amy Bowker

The Safdie Brothers are back with a hypnotic-looking New York crime drama.

Take a first look at Xavier Dolan’s first English-language film

By Amy Bowker

The celebrated Quebecois director is back with The Death and Life of John F Donovan.

Frantz

By Amy Bowker

A dour monochrome melodrama is the latest from genre-hopping French workhorse, François Ozon.

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Thom Yorke is scoring the Suspiria remake

By Amy Bowker

The Radiohead frontman will provide music for Luca Guadagnino’s upcoming re-imagining of Dario Argento’s cult classic.

The Hitman’s Bodyguard gets a rollicking trailer

By Amy Bowker

Watch Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L Jackson wreak havoc in this action-comedy caper.

Ridley Scott is already working on the sequel to Alien: Covenant

By Amy Bowker

Filming will begin within ‘the next 14 months’ according to the director.

Watch the psychedelic first trailer for Woodshock

By Amy Bowker

Kirsten Dunst is submerged in a dream world in this hypnotic horror-thriller.

God’s Own Country to open the 2017 Edinburgh International Film Festival

By Amy Bowker

Francis Lee’s festival darling comes home to be a part of the UK’s oldest film festival.

A gallery of directors who would be perfect for Hellboy

By Amy Bowker

News of a forthcoming reboot has got us thinking of who should take the reins of the saga.

Jennifer Lawrence spy thriller Red Sparrow will be a ‘Hard R’

By Amy Bowker

She’s teaming up with Hunger Games director Francis Lawrence to play a Russian intelligence officer.

Joe Cornish is back with a fantasy action-adventure film

By Amy Bowker

The Attack the Block director is readying his second feature, The Kid Who Would Be King.

Is Christopher Nolan the best fit for Bond 25?

By Amy Bowker

The Dunkirk director is rumoured to be next in line to helm the 007 franchise.

John Carpenter’s The Thing is being turned into a board game

By Amy Bowker

It’s the Antarctic alien thriller adaptation we didn’t know we needed.

Brian De Palma is returning to filmmaking after half a decade out

By Amy Bowker

The Scarface director has boarded Domino, with Christina Hendricks and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau.

Watch the bold trailer for Jean-Luc Godard biopic Redoubtable

By Amy Bowker

The Artist’s Michel Hazanavicius is back with a biopic about the French New Wave icon.

Damien Chazelle set to helm new TV series The Eddy

By Amy Bowker

The La La Land writer/director is making a musical drama set in a Parisian nightclub.

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