For some reason, turning yourself into an action hero seems to be all the rage at the moment.
From 1962 comes the Bryan Forbes classic, based on Lynne Reid Banks’ novel, The L-Shaped Room. A tale of morality in 1960’s Britain.
The Outlaws is loosely based on real events that took place in 2007 in South Korea when illegal Chinese-Koreans smuggled into the province and wreaked havoc.
According to reports, Robert Pattison was so impressed with the Safdie brothers previous film, that he rang them to say he really wanted to be in one of their films.
The troubled world of DC hits the big screen once more as it, belatedly, attempts to introduce its own version of the Avengers with the Justice League.
Kenneth Branagh is both behind and in front of the camera for this latest adaptation of the Agatha Christie classic tale, Murder On The Orient Express.
Imagine a man who stands at just five-feet, four inches but can twist a horseshoe with his bare hands, or stop a plane from taking off with his hair, meet Joseph Greenstein.
Sonia Warshawski is a diminutive 91-year old woman from Kansas who, no doubt, you will not have heard of unless you are from the area. But you should, you really should.
Takashi Miike is back behind the camera and lord is it good to see him where he belongs, or not. This time round he’s tackling a Manga comic of the same title.
Fresh from a tinnitus driver for criminals, Ansel Elgort is back only this time he’s trying to solve things for himself in the adaptation of the Sam Munson book of the same name.