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Thor: Ragnarok

By David Jenkins

Superheroes go comedy as Taika Waititi brings some much needed heart, soul and humour to the Marvel universe.

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An incredible teaser trailer for Thor: Ragnarok has arrived

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Take a first look at Chris Hemsworth, Cate Blanchett and ... Jeff Goldblum?!

Aardman’s Early Man gets a delightful teaser trailer

By John Wadsworth

Take a first look at Nick Park’s claymation caveman adventure.

Kong: Skull Island

By Adam Woodward

Tom Hiddleston on Apocalypse Now, ‘Heart of Darkness’, and great blockbusters.

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The 25 best films of 2016

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Our annual rundown of the year’s finest new releases, featuring Paterson, Love & Friendship, Rogue One and more.

Watch the first trailer for Kong: Skull Island

By Rebecca Speare-Cole

This time the iconic giant one is taking on some real, bona fide actors: Tom Hiddleston and Brie Larson.

Five great films where country music is the star

By Joe Sommerlad

With Tom Hiddleston getting his honky tonk on in I Saw the Light, here are more examples from this ever-popular American genre.

Tom Hiddleston: “I had to commit to Hank’s truth.”

By David Jenkins

The most-wanted Brit star slinks into the boots of country troubadour Hank Williams.

I Saw the Light

By David Jenkins

Tom Hiddleston showcases his flexibility as a performer by slipping into the boots of country troubadour Hank Williams.

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Tom Hiddleston and Mia Wasikowska talk Crimson Peak

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The stars reveal what it was like working on Guillermo del Toro’s Gothic romance.

Only Lovers Left Alive

By David Jenkins

The modern world is a strange and beautiful place in Jim Jarmusch’s melancholy vampire masterpiece.

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Thor: The Dark World

By Adam Lee Davies

Familiarity trumps originality in this fun and very funny comic book sequel with Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston.

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War Horse

By Adam Woodward

A strange sort of hybrid, wounded by the internal tensions between what it might be.

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The Deep Blue Sea

By Jason Wood

Terence Davies’ wartime tragi-romance is filmmaking of the highest order.

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