Hugh Jackman

The Greatest Showman

By Manuela Lazic

Hugh Jackman brings boundless energy and enthusiasm to this crowd-pleasing circus musical.

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Fancy winning one of these Logan IMAX posters?

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All you have to do is answers the following five questions...

Hugh Jackman is playing Enzo Ferrari in Michael Mann’s biopic

By Jack Godwin

The Logan star will play the Italian auto entrepreneur in the director’s long-gestating drama.

What does Logan mean for the future of comic-book movies?

By Christopher Machell

Wolverine’s hyper-violent final bow suggests that audiences are ready for more mature superheroes.

Logan

By David Jenkins

As Wolverine, Hugh Jackman bows out in real style in this soulful revisionist comic book yarn.

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Hey Hollywood, let’s make more musicals!

By Jordan Brooks

Given La La Land’s runaway success, isn’t it time for a proper revival of this beloved genre?

Logan gets a lung-bustingly violent new trailer

By Adam Woodward

Wolverine is back for one last ride... and he’s bought a friend along with him.

Personal tragedy and trauma in the films of Denis Villeneuve

By William Carroll

The Canadian director’s latest, Arrival, explores intimate themes present in his earlier work.

Why The Prestige is the greatest trick Christopher Nolan ever pulled

By Daniel Seddon

Never has on-screen magic been so compelling as in the director’s now 10-year-old passion project.

How the X-Men franchise echoes The Usual Suspects

By Jonathan Bacon

The legacy of Bryan Singer’s 1995 masterpiece survives in his sprawling mutant odyssey.

Eddie the Eagle

By Chris Blohm

Kingsman star Taron Egerton puts in another impressive shift in this guilty pleasure nostalgia fest.

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The first trailer for Eddie the Eagle soars into view

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Taron Egerton stars as the cult ski-jumping figure in this uplifting underdog story.

X-Men: Days of Future Past

By Chris Blohm

A cast of thousands join together for this romping and witty superhero sequel from Bryan Singer.

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X-Men Origins: Wolverine

By Limara Salt

The eagerly awaited Wolverine spin off will leave you feeling all too under whelmed.

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X-Men: The Last Stand

By Matt Bochenski

Brett Ratner doesn’t have the brains, interest or budget to do the X-Men any kind of justice.

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