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Daniel Kaluuya will turn writer/producer for dystopian London thriller The Kitchen

By Charles Bramesco

The upcoming Netflix film takes place in the brutal, heavily stratified society of 2044.

The Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window is as convoluted as its title

By Roxanne Sancto

Netflix’s self-parodying psychological thriller doesn’t seem to know what kind of show it wants to be.

Wes Anderson’s is making an other Roald Dahl adaptation for Netflix

By Charles Bramesco

He’ll direct The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar with Benedict Cumberbatch in the title role.

The Lost Daughter

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

Olivia Colman delivers an acting masterclass in this off-kilter psychodrama from first-time director Maggie Gyllenhaal.

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Netflix’s Maid is an unfiltered portrayal of single motherhood

By Roxanne Sancto

Margaret Qualley gives a stunning performance in this 10-part drama about a young mum who escapes an abusive relationship.

The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf

By Kambole Campbell

The producers of Avatar prequel The Legend of Korra expand on Netflix’s dark fantasy series with a bloody “anime”.

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Fear Street: 1666

By Josh Slater-Williams

Netflix’s time-skipping horror trilogy reaches a satisfying conclusion via a 17th-century Sarah Fier origin story.

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Fear Street: 1994

By Josh Slater-Williams

A lacklustre opening to this new trilogy of teen slasher yarns based on the books by RL Stine.

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Monster

By Flora Spencer Grant

Kelvin Harrison Jr goes on trial in this well-intentioned but melodramatic look at America’s racist legal system.

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David Fincher will adapt French graphic novel ‘The Killer’ for his next film

By Charles Bramesco

Michael Fassbender could be in line to star in the upcoming thriller, the director’s latest for Netflix.

The 25 best TV shows of 2020

By Emma Fraser

From Schitt’s Creek to The Last Dance, here are our favourite small-screen offerings from the past year.

The Prom

By Emily Maskell

Ryan Murphy’s star-studded restaging of the hit Broadway musical hits all the right notes.

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The first trailer for Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom strikes up the band

By Charles Bramesco

Viola Davis stars alongside the dearly departed Chadwick Boseman in the musical period piece.

Over the Moon

By Kambole Campbell

Long-serving Disney animator Glen Keane directs this visually inventive musical adventure.

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Hubie Halloween

By Hannah Strong

Adam Sandler treats – or tricks – us with a festive family comedy about kindness and the importance of a good flask.

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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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