This is the latest mind-bending thriller from Christopher Nolan. Nolan is the genius behind DUNKIRK, INTERSTELLAR, MEMENTO, THE DARK KNIGHT TRILOGY and, one of my all-time favourites, INCEPTION. The excellent cast includes John David Washington, Robert Pattinson and Aaron Taylor-Johnson as well as Michael Caine who has appeared in all of Nolan's films since BATMAN BEGINS in 2005! The trailer gives very little away and not much is known about the plot at all except that it involves international espionage and time travel - I'm certainly intrigued!
TOP GUN: MAVERICK 17.07.20
TOP GUN was the biggest film of 1986 and not only launched the careers of its stars Tom Cruise and Val Kilmer, but even increased sales of Ray Ban aviator sunglasses by 40%! Tom Cruise recently told Empire Magazine that he doesn't think "a movie will ever be made this way again." This new chapter sees Cruise and Kilmer reprise their roles as elite fighter pilots and also brings Miles Teller, Jon Hamm and Jennifer Connolly on board to join the fun. Expect action, romance, tears, laughter and plenty of excitement!
WONDER WOMAN 14.08.20
This follows on from the phenomenal success of the 2017 film, which broke box office records and remains the highest ever opening for a live-action film by a female director. In this latest adventure, Wonder Woman squares off against The Cheetah, a villain who possesses superhuman strength and agility, all to the back-drop of a killer ‘80s soundtrack! With the magnificent Kirsten Wiig playing The Cheetah and bringing her own unique comedic talents to the role, we really cannot wait for this.
THE FRENCH DISPATCH 28.08.20
Wes Anderson (THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL, FANTASTIC MR. FOX) brings us another delightful and idiosyncratic tale. This time his talents are turned towards a fictional, illustrious magazine, its staff and the stories it publishes. Boasting a broad ensemble cast that includes many frequent Anderson collaborators, this stars Bill Murray, Elisabeth Moss, Tilda Swinton Saoirse Ronan and Timothée Chalamet among others. As is typical of Anderson, each set and scene is exquisitely styled to look like an intricate work of art, which no doubt the film will be too.