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Sex and the City 3 film would've featured major character's death

Sex and the City 3 film would've featured major character's death

A new podcast about Sex and the City has delved into the reasons behind the film sequel's notorious implosion.

  • by Robert Moran

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The Children Act: Navigating the moral maze

The Children Act: Navigating the moral maze

Ian McEwan once confessed to an interviewer that for all his success as a novelist, what he always wanted to do was direct — make movies from his own scripts.

  • by Jake Wilson
Strange colours don't quite mix
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Strange colours don't quite mix

Certain adjustments are necessary if you’re to settle into Strange Colours. You have to set aside any expectations to do with plot and concentrate on mood and ambience.

  • by Sandra Hall
Margot Robbie's new project revealed
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Margot Robbie's new project revealed

The Australian actor has confirmed she will star in a Harley Quinn spinoff. 

  • by Broede Carmody
Widows review: Formidable cast, but characters lost in race for the big picture

Widows review: Formidable cast, but characters lost in race for the big picture

There's little exhilaration in witnessing the women's long overdue revenge on all the bullying men in their lives.

  • by Sandra Hall
'The tumour was already as big as a mango': Jacki Weaver’s health scare
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'The tumour was already as big as a mango': Jacki Weaver’s health scare

Jacki Weaver hasn’t let a health scare upset her Hollywood streak. The actor reveals why she wants to work more – even if she won’t see some of her films.

  • by Jenny Cooney Carrillo
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Top five films: best of the big screen

Top five films: best of the big screen

Our pick of what's showing on the big screen this week.

  • by Jake Wilson
Emma Thompson holds court for The Children Act
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Emma Thompson holds court for The Children Act

Emma Thompson spent time behind the scenes at court houses in preparation for her latest role as a judge in Ian McEwan's novel turned film The Children Act.

  • by Stephanie Bunbury
The origins of a Star Wars hero
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The origins of a Star Wars hero

Drawn to the dark side? A new exhibition uses Star Wars and science to find your identity.

  • by Linda Morris
Fantastic Beasts: the Rowlingverse springs to life again
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Fantastic Beasts: the Rowlingverse springs to life again

The swirl of magical and regular worlds in Fantastic Beasts is an extraordinary spectacle.

  • by Stephanie Bunbury
Shoplifters review: A simple, spellbinding tale to steal your heart

Shoplifters review: A simple, spellbinding tale to steal your heart

Japanese cinema is famous for its subtle beauty and difficult-to-decrypt cultural specifics. But some Japanese directors are more Japanese than others.

  • by Paul Byrnes