WHEN: 29/5/18 (preview screening), UK release 15/6/18
RUN TIME: 1 hour and 45 minutes
Theatregoers will remember Rupert Everett’s Oscar Wilde from his marvellous Olivier Award-nominated turn in David Hare’s The Judas Kiss which transferred from Hampstead Theatre to the West End in 2013.
Read on for reasons including surprise cameos from stars including Tom Wilkinson and Beatrice Dalle
‘I wouldn’t be here if he was a prick,’ remarks Martin Freeman of Sir Ian McKellen who celebrated his 79th birthday this weekend with a star-studded launch of his autobiographical new film McKellen: Playing The Part.
Read on for reasons including what McKellen regrets and the film’s highlights
Liza Minnelli and Chita Rivera starred in the original Broadway production of this Kander and Ebb (Chicago and Cabaret) musical and we wonder whether they had as much fun with it as Caroline O’Connor and Gemma Sutton do here.
Read on for reasons including how this 1st preview deserved its standing ovation
Catch the world premiere of the season 2 finale of HBO’s superior sci-fi series about a theme park peopled by robots who revolt starring Thandie Newton (pictured) and a Q&A with its creators at the BFI on London’s South Bank 19/6. Tickets
Read on for reasons including Florence, Laura Linney, Lia Williams & BAFTA winner Vanessa Kirby
‘I’m so fed up with the division between young and old in society,’ explains Sheila Hancock in a Q&A after a preview screening of her new film about a widow who befriends a guide many years her junior as she attempts to climb a Scottish mountain.
Read on for reasons including more about Hancock’s young co-star in this