The public will be able to bone up in anticipation of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.
It seem like a ‘one for them’ job, but this is an exciting opportunity.
Ralph Fiennes and Harris Dickinson star in the espionage prequel.
The draft screenplays, dating from the 1950s, all deal with themes of marital strife.
‘Are Snakes Necessary?’ will hit shelves next year.
The US star is producing, and she’s doing it her way.
The Judy Garland biopic focuses on her 1969 London residency.
Albeit in a more sparsely attended year, some big names (read: Marvel) will return.
Chris Evans, Daniel Craig, Jamie Lee Curtis, Michael Shannon and more star in the whodunit.
Jodie Turner-Smith and Daniel Kaluuya play the black Bonnie and Clyde in the upcoming drama.
You’ll be able to check out sets, puppets and costumes from Netflix’s spinoff of Jim Henson’s cult classic.
The Oscar-nominated cinematographer is developing a feature based on a script by Barry Jenkins.
The pair are teaming up for a murder mystery set in 1920s Oklahoma.
Hu Guan’s The Eight Hundred was mysteriously withdrawn from this year’s Shanghai Film Festival.
Muskets, battle axes and crossbows abound in Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett’s mystery horror.
He joins Sharon Horgan in a film adaptation of the hit British musical.
The new horror film gives Stanley Kubrick’s classic a chilling sequel.
A new Studio Ponoc film is the first anime ever commissioned by the IOC.
The Y2K-era pop quintet will zig-a-zig-ah once more in an animated feature vehicle.
The South Korean master’s name-making revenge saga is getting a shiny new restoration.
A bad seed crash-lands to earth in this darkly entertaining riff on the Superman legend.
The French filmmaker will direct multiple episodes in the fifth season of The Bureau.
The British Film Institute’s service features work from Orson Welles, Nicolas Roeg and more.
Fox Searchlight backs the movie treatment of the influential African-American dancer’s life.
He’s fended off competition from Nicholas Hoult to land the role of the DC’s caped crusader.
Plunge headfirst into Jim Henson’s corner of the uncanny valley with the first trailer for Netflix’s series.
Tiffany Haddish, Melissa McCarthy, and Elisabeth Moss lead this close cousin of Widows.
Peter Strickland’s follow-up to The Duke of Burgundy concerns the movements of an accursed, eye-catching garment.
The writer/director’s psychological horror, Last Night in Soho, stars Anya Taylor-Joy and Thomasin McKenzie.
The director’s next instalment in the franchise will complete the trilogy started by Prometheus and Covenant.
Palestinian filmmaker Elia Suleiman hits the road, but home follows close behind.
Isabelle Huppert gives a gentle tour de force in Ira Sachs’ existential Portuguese getaway.
The Dardenne brothers’ latest focuses on a young Islamic extremist with a deadly mission.
Diao Yinan cements his status as a master filmmaker with another ingenious crime epic.
Elton John gets the paint-by-numbers biopic treatment in this jumble of troubled-genius clichés.
In a secluded Brazilian village, tradition and modernity collide with bizarre, hyperviolent results.
Where’d You Go, Bernadette is the pair’s first film together.
The grown-up cast includes Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy and Bill Hader.
Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson play a pair of con artists in this gender-flipped remake of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.
He’ll play second banana to a female lead this update of the 1993 Sylvester Stallone vehicle.
A feature-length look one of the greatest bands in rock history is heading to the Cannes market.
Awkwafina gives a moving performance in the Sundance breakout.
The Gangster, The Cop, The Devil is coming to America.
Who’s to say movies aren’t just four-episode TV shows?
Timothée Chalamet, Elisabeth Moss and Christoph Waltz are all entering the Wes-verse.
Jim Carrey twiddles his orange moustache as the nefarious Dr Robotnik.
At the third time of asking, Francis Ford Coppola has finally cracked it.
The premise of the Dardenne brothers’ latest has already raised eyebrows.
New baddie Rami Malek will be joined by Ana de Armas and Billy Magnussen.
Streaming isn’t going anywhere any time soon – and there’s a change in the Best Foreign Language Film category.
The actor plays both an assassin and his target in Ang Lee’s latest epic.
A licensing deal with Millennium Films could lead to some odd tie-ins.
Lucy Hale and Lucas Till are the first actors attached to Son of the South.
Too Old to Die Young will premiere in an Out of Competition slot next month.
It stars an actress named Rihanna, for one.
The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford OST arrives on whiskey-coloured wax this month.
Regina Hall is transformed into a younger version of herself in this derivative age-swap comedy.
Jimmy Chin and Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi are poised to make their first foray into narrative filmmaking.
The South Korean master has returned to his homeland for this follow-up to Okja.
The Moonlight and High Flying Bird star is the first casting announcement for musical drama The Eddy.
The country’s newly announced multi-billion dollar film program has global implications.
Director Todd Phillips gives the clown prince of crime a tragic slant.
The project formerly known as Radegund looks set to premiere at the Cannes Film Festival.
The director’s zombie-themed latest stars Adam Driver, Tilda Swinton and Bill Murray.
The Japanese animation house continued a noble tradition by teasing a fake upcoming sequel.
The Pineapple Express pair are launching their own official weed brand.
The A-list star is in talks to join the rising indie director’s next film The Eternals.
The fetid, deformed, mop-wielding superhero returns!
Leo. Margot. Brad. Quentin. It’s gonna be groovy.
Butt-kicking Bo Peep! Evil ventriloquist dummies! An existential fork!
A tale of astronauts, love affairs, and betrayal.
Don’t expect to see Martin Scorsese on the Croisette this year.
Two terminally-ill teens fall in love in this all-the-feels ‘rom-traum’ from director Justin Baldoni.
Hawkeye has a mohawk in the new promo for the Russo brothers’ Marvel melee.
A24 has tapped Richard Jenkins, Steven Yeun, and Amy Schumer.
This NSFW animated anthology sees Tim Miller and David Fincher team up to disastrous effect.
The notorious Trump advisor is the subject of Alison Klayman’s latest.
Kaitlyn Dever and Beanie Feldstein star in a distaff Superbad.
Emma Thompson is an aging TV host; Mindy Kaling is the new staff writer challenging her to do more.
The Spanish-language show will be the first filmed version of Gabriel García Márquez’s literary classic.
John Lithgow will play the late, disgraced head of Fox News.
He’s already nailed Solid Snake’s permanent five o’clock shadow.
Whether the Oscar-winning actor will make use of his own teeth has yet to be specified.
Maybe it’s time to let the old edit die.
Ryan Reynolds’ Pikachu is on the case (and a dangerous dose of caffeine.)
Nearly an hour of unused scenes and alternate takes accompany the Criterion disc.
Journal for Jordan, his directorial follow-up to Fences, will tally the cost of war on the home front.
Elisabeth Moss whirls through director Alex Ross Perry’s latest like a hurricane.
The Get Out star is in talks to play civil rights martyr Fred Hampton in a new drama.
Honor Swinton Byrne and her mother Tilda star in the critically-lauded drama.
Could this be Edwardian-era tot Samantha's big break?
The new film explores the younger years of the Lord of the Rings author.
In Danny Boyle and Richard Curtis’ new comedy, the Beatles have been erased from history.
This remake of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels reverses the gender dynamic.
There is also a VR component to the strange new exhibition.
Aubrey Plaza and Brian Tyree Henry star in the franchise reboot.
Listen to the first episode in the series now, recorded inside a glass case of emotion.
The Chinese director’s The Bucket is much more than a commercial.
A quartet of ghouls appear in new previews for the horror anthology.
Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham join forces in the Fast & Furious spin-off.
Penélope Cruz and Antonio Banderas star in the Spanish master’s 21st film.
The director will draw on over 55 hours of never-before-seen footage.
The civil rights leader will be the subject of the director’s first narrative feature since 1991.
The pillar of midcentury Yugoslav cinema leaves an antic, subversive body of work.
The Death and Life of John F Donovan has had a long road to theatres.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s breakout comedy is returning this year with some familiar faces.
He’s taking it nice and easy in Harmony Korine’s follow-up to Spring Breakers.
The streaming giant has undergone a number of interesting shakeups in recent weeks.
Key takeaways from this year’s slate of Academy selections.
The director shot the feature on an iPhone 7 modified with special lenses.
The French director’s sci-fi masterpiece stars Robert Pattinson and Juliette Binoche.
Waltzing with Brando tracks the late Hollywood icon’s strange partnership with an architect.
Checking in on the director’s long-gestating, Timothée Chalamet-starring sci-fi epic.
‘An Attempt to Draw Aside the Veil’ is out 8 February via Sacred Bones.
Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story is set for release on Netflix on 12 June.
Dan Gilroy reteams with Jake Gyllenhaal for his urbane new psychothriller.
She stars alongside Issa Rae in the upcoming body-change comedy.
A Swedish film festival is offering attendees a macabre new viewing experience.
Silly, stirring, or sage, here are the evening’s choice quotes.
Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan go out with a whimper in this mildly titillating trilogy capper.
Steven Spielberg recounts the story of the Pentagon Papers – with one eye on Donald Trump – in this strangely unsatisfying political drama.
David Gordon Green teams up with Jake Gyllenhaal to bring us a biopic that’s harder, better, faster...
There’s plenty to like about this fun and frisky comedy, not least the brilliant female cast.
The American star discusses her role in the claustrophobic thriller It Comes at Night.
Edgar Wright’s finely-tuned latest is a glorious joyride that will leave you spinning.
Toshio Matsumoto’s kaleidoscopic masterpiece offers a vital perspective on gender, sexuality and identity.
The renowned American comic artist discusses the latest adaptation of his work.
Barry Jenkins’ low-key examination of black life in America is an aching romance of the very highest order.
A Massachusetts native offers a candidly personal take on Manchester by the Sea.