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Wolfgang Petersen obituary
Versatile and ingenious director whose films included Das Boot and The NeverEnding Story

Ryan Gilbey

19, Aug, 2022 @4:03 PM

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Who should Predator fight next? Yoda, Children of the Corn, or Sid from Toy Story?
Everyone’s favourite invisible homicidal alien has had a major shot in the arm with the enterprising prequel Prey. Where can the franchise go now?

Ben Child

19, Aug, 2022 @10:00 AM

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Sex Education’s James Purefoy: ‘Fisherman’s Friends is the only good thing that came out of Brexit’
As the sequel to the Cornish fishing film is released, its star discusses his 30-year mission to avoid fame, being caught up in a racism row and dealing with bullies – himself included

Ryan Gilbey

19, Aug, 2022 @7:00 AM

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I Came By review – Hugh Bonneville gets nasty in silly Netflix thriller
The Downton Abbey star plays a believably sinister villain in an otherwise underwhelming tale of a judge with a horrific secret in his basement

Benjamin Lee

19, Aug, 2022 @5:00 AM

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Bosch & Rockit review – a sentimental and cheesy Byron Bay drama
Luke Hemsworth and Rasmus King aren’t to blame for the problems in this film, about a surfing drug dealer and his son who are forced to move after a bushfire

Luke Buckmaster

18, Aug, 2022 @5:30 PM

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Beast review – Idris Elba takes on a lion in a ferociously fun thriller
The star anchors a surprisingly effective South Africa-set B-movie about a family who find themselves stalked by a particularly gnarly lion

Benjamin Lee

18, Aug, 2022 @4:06 PM

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‘We’re hardwired for stories’: Mad Max director George Miller on myths, medicine and a pointy-eared Idris Elba
Miller has made a dazzling variety of films in his 50 year career and his latest, featuring Elba as a djinn alongside Tilda Swinton, is as strange as any of them. But would he rather have stayed a doctor?

Xan Brooks

18, Aug, 2022 @2:00 PM

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Kristen Stewart’s 20 best performances – ranked!
From Spencer to Still Alice, and now David Cronenberg’s bonkers new horror sci-fi Crimes of the Future, we rate the Twilight star’s finest work

Anne Billson

18, Aug, 2022 @11:00 AM

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Star Trek: The Motion Picture review – high-definition with enough high camp to boldly go
The first feature film of the franchise, from 1979, has been rejigged and brightened, the better to enjoy the over-the-top acting

Peter Bradshaw

18, Aug, 2022 @10:00 AM

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Fisherman’s Friends: One and All review – flavourless reheat of factory-made Britcom
Sequel to comedy about a singing group of mates fortuitously brought to fame is likable enough but all too predictable

Cath Clarke

18, Aug, 2022 @8:00 AM

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‘A damaged person’: Alan Cumming on playing the schoolboy who was actually 30
In 1993, a 16-year-old pupil at a Glasgow school was unmasked as a fully grown adult. Now his classmates have made a documentary – My Old School – about the astonishing deception

Libby Brooks

18, Aug, 2022 @5:00 AM

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Jonah Hill says he will no longer promote his own films to protect his mental health
Actor and director pens open letter revealing his nearly 20-year struggle with anxiety attacks, ‘which are exacerbated by media appearances and public facing events’

Sian Cain

18, Aug, 2022 @1:39 AM

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