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Paul Thomas Anderson takes us back in time with the Licorice Pizza trailer

By Charles Bramesco

In ’70s SoCal, a tentative romance blossoms between cool girl Alana Haim and newcomer Cooper Hoffman.

The carnival comes to town in the first trailer for Nightmare Alley

By Charles Bramesco

Step right up to see Bradley Cooper, Cate Blanchett, and Rooney Mara in Guillermo del Toro’s period psychothriller!

Everything we know about Paul Thomas Anderson’s Licorice Pizza

By Charles Bramesco

The writer/director is returning to his SoCal roots for his hotly-anticipated next picture, which hit cinemas in November.

Paul Thomas Anderson wants Bradley Cooper for his ’70s high school movie

By Charles Bramesco

Every school has that one handsome teacher – could it be B-Coop?

Watch: A Star Is Born – Judy Garland vs Lady Gaga

By Leigh Singer

A side-by-side look at two very different takes on a classic Hollywood cautionary tale.

Avengers: Endgame

By Hannah Strong

The stars align one final time in this emotional and fitting finale to the Avengers saga.

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The Mule

By Mark Asch

Clint Eastwood directs and stars in this outstanding American road movie about an ageing drug runner.

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A Star is Born

By Adam Woodward

Bradley Cooper scores his first major hit as a director with this tender romance about the price of fame and addiction.

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A Star is Born – first look review

By Adam Woodward

Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga hit all the right notes in this update of the classic Hollywood musical.

The Coen brothers are heading to the 2018 Venice Film Festival

By Adam Woodward

Their feature-length western will screen in competition alongside new works from Luca Guadagnino, Jennifer Kent and Alfonso Cuarón.

Take a first look at Lady Gaga in A Star is Born

By Eve Watling

The pop star is appearing alongside Bradley Cooper in a remake of the classic musical.

American Sniper

By Keith Uhlich

A beardy Bradley Cooper proves his mettle in this true story about the most lethal sniper in US military history.

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The Hangover Part III

By Adam Lee Davies

The boys are back for some misc Tex-Mex high-jinx in order to get Zak Galifianakis to the nut hatch.

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The Hangover Part II

By Matt Bochenski

The Wolfpack hit Bangkok in this loud, dumb, occasionally obnoxious but truly hilarious sequel.

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The Hangover

By Limara Salt

Director Todd Phillips manages to put a new spin on the curious male rite of passage.

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