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The first reactions to Aquaman have arrived – and it is ‘breathtakingly beautiful’
It’s being called “amazing,” “breathtakingly beautiful” and “everything DC fans have been hoping for.”
Interview: How first-time film director Otto Bathurst reimagined Robin Hood for the 21st century
Do we really need another Robin Hood movie?
There are flashes of brilliance in the at times laborious Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald
This film should come with a disclaimer: that Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is essential viewing before entering the cinema.
Vale superhero creator Stan Lee, who has died age 95
A real-life superhero has passed away. Vale.
Peter Jackson interview: how I made the visually stunning They Shall Not Grow Old
The blockbuster director talks to us about his latest visually striking film.
Film the legend: Hollywood’s most outrageously inaccurate historical epics
Here are movies that go beyond the pale, offering up ridiculously jarring historical bloopers.
All four Avatar sequels apparently now have titles and oh boy, the internet isn’t happy
Oh dear. This is, shall we say, not great publicity for James Cameron’s upcoming blockbusters.
A Gladiator sequel is on the way – but it won’t star Russell Crowe
Ridley Scott has begun working on a follow-up to the hugely successful 2000 film.
Top 20 science fiction films on Netflix and Stan
Science-fiction shows us what we’ve never seen to tell us about what we’ve always known.
The extended five minute trailer for Aquaman is truly awesome
The five minute running time allows us to get a pretty detailed peek at how the world of the film looks and feels.
In defence of Venom, a film misrepresented by its advertising
Is Venom really as bad as critics say it is, or could other elements be at play?