Kristen Wiig

Downsizing

By Trevor Johnston

Matt Damon gets miniature in writer/director Alexander Payne’s daffy sci-fi parable.

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Alexander Payne’s Downsizing is a sci-fi parable for modern times

By Little White Lies

Watch the first trailer for the American writer/director’s upcoming comedy.

Downsizing – first look review

By Ed Gibbs

Alexander Payne’s gentle satire has a point to make about the state of the union – and the future of planet Earth.

Cate Blanchett is set for a new Richard Linklater film

By Jack Godwin

She’ll star alongside Kristen Wiig in Where’d You Go, Bernadette.

Jack Nicholson is starring in a remake of Toni Erdmann

By Adam Woodward

The Hollywood veteran is coming out of retirement for a new version of Maren Ade’s sublime comedy.

Sausage Party

By Adam Woodward

It's the animated, existentially-inclined talking junk food comedy the world has been waiting for.

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25 films to look forward to in 2016

By Little White Lies

Check out this selection of upcoming cinematic treasures we’re excited to see over the next six months.

In praise of Kate McKinnon – your new favourite actor

By Catherine Karellis

A film-stealing turn as Jillian Holtzman in the new Ghostbusters leads us to ask: who is this fabulously funny star?

“Sheboots” aren’t the solution to Hollywood’s gender gap

By Katy Vans

Ghostbusters isn’t the only franchise to be recast with female leads – and that’s not necessarily a victory for equality.

Ghostbusters

By David Jenkins

The new Ghostbusters movie is much better than it needed to be, thanks to its stellar (and extremely charming) central cast.

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The new Ghostbusters movie is a false dawn for women in Hollywood

By Adam Woodward

Paul Feig’s all-female reboot is not quite the victory for gender equality it may appear.

The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

By Cormac O'Brien

Ben Stiller’s latest directorial effort offers the balmy reassurance of a ‘Hang in There, Kitty’ poster.

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Bridesmaids

By Kevin Maher

The real shock is that this story of pre-wedding tensions amongst six mismatched bridesmaids is not Apatow-by-numbers.

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