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The continued saga of bringing ‘The Bell Jar’ to the big screen

By Emma Fraser

Kirsten Dunst is the latest star to attempt to adapt Sylvia Plath’s novel – but will we ever see it?

Watch: Jordan Peele on Us, doppelgängers and reinterpreting Hitchcock

By Adam Woodward

The American writer/director discusses his nightmarish new horror.

Girl, A Fantastic Woman and cinema’s difficult period of transition

By Lillian Crawford

How the language we use to talk about art which explores subjects of gender and identity can evolve.

Brace for nostalgia, the Toy Story 4 trailer is here

By Charles Bramesco

Butt-kicking Bo Peep! Evil ventriloquist dummies! An existential fork!

The Cannes-Netflix stalemate continues with a full shutout in 2019

By Charles Bramesco

Don’t expect to see Martin Scorsese on the Croisette this year.

The Girlfriend Experience is the best film about the financial crash

By Annie Lord

Sasha Grey’s high-class escort exists in a world where economic crisis is an ever-present spectre.

James Gunn will direct Guardians of the Galaxy 3 after all

By Adam Woodward

Disney confirms rehiring following Gunn’s public dismissal in July 2018.

Watch an exclusive new trailer for Jim Cummings’ Thunder Road

By Hannah Woodhead

This darkly funny tale announces its creator as a major comedic talent.

Latest Avengers: Endgame trailer teases new uniforms, haircuts

By Charles Bramesco

Hawkeye has a mohawk in the new promo for the Russo brothers’ Marvel melee.

Broadway smash The Humans is coming to the silver screen

By Charles Bramesco

A24 has tapped Richard Jenkins, Steven Yeun, and Amy Schumer.

Steve Bannon gets the documentary treatment in The Brink trailer

By Charles Bramesco

The notorious Trump advisor is the subject of Alison Klayman’s latest.

Model students raise a little hell in the Booksmart trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Kaitlyn Dever and Beanie Feldstein star in a distaff Superbad.

Discover the post-Scream pleasures of this ’90s meta-slasher

By Anton Bitel

Daniel Liatowitsch and David Todd Ocvirk’s Kolobos preempted the rise of reality TV.

On Location: The bridge from Jules et Jim

By Adam Scovell

This grey structure in the centre of Paris provided the Nouvelle Vague with one of its most iconic images.

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