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The Trial of the Chicago 7

By Charles Bramesco

Bad habits die hard in Aaron Sorkin’s high-wire legal drama about the Chicago Seven protestors.

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Aaron Sorkin goes back to court in The Trial of the Chicago 7 trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Sacha Baron Cohen steps up to testify in the ’60s-set legal drama from the screenwriter’s latest directorial effort.

Brady Corbet has cast his ambitious next film The Brutalist

By Charles Bramesco

Mark Rylance, Vanessa Kirby and Marion Cotillard have joined the actor-director’s postwar epic.

Aaron Sorkin readies his Chicago 7 movie with a starry cast

By Charles Bramesco

Michael Keaton and William Hurt are the latest additions to the courtroom drama.

Ready Player One

By David Jenkins

Steven Spielberg’s high-octane pop culture bonanza is hamstrung by its corny, treasure hunt plotting.

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Ready Player One trailer reunites Steven Spielberg with his DeLorean

By Josh Howey

The director’s upcoming sci-fi adventure is packed with ’80s pop culture references.

Dunkirk

By Adam Woodward

Christopher Nolan’s breathtaking historical opus attempts to give the viewer a taste of what war actually feels like.

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Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk gets a dramatic main trailer

By Caitlin Quinlan

Catch a glimpse of Harry Styles in the director’s upcoming World War Two epic.

Who are Steven Spielberg’s greatest artistic muses?

By James Luxford

Mark Rylance is the latest in a list of key collaborators who bring out the best in The Beard.

The BFG

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

Steven Spielberg goes big with this magical children’s story adaptation. But is it twisted enough for Roald Dahl?

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The BFG – first look review

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

There’s a dash of old-school movie magic in Steven Spielberg’s whizzpopping family fantasy.

Foxcatcher

By Adam Woodward

Muscular machismo and misplaced American pride combine in this intense drama with Steve Carell and Channing Tatum.

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