Bubble Channels Kim Kardashian on New Teaser Poster for Absolutely Fabulous

Absolutely Fabulous Teaser Poster - April Fools sliceIn honour of April Fools Day yesterday, Fox launched a new teaser poster for their upcoming Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie, with Jane Horrocks’ Bubble channelling Kim Kardashian’s break-the-Internet magazine cover. Continue reading

Sacha Baron Cohen Channels Bond on New Poster for The Brothers Grimsby

The Brothers Grimsby Poster Bond - Sacha Baron Cohen, Mark Strong sliceSacha Baron Cohen and Mark Strong team up this week in Sony’s action comedy, The Brothers Grimsby, which sees the former return to leading territory for the first time since 2012’s The Dictator. Continue reading

5 New Clips from How to Be Single with Dakota Johnson, Rebel Wilson, Leslie Mann & Alison Brie

Rebel Wilson & Dakota Johnson in How to Be Single sliceAfter a special advanced preview on Valentine’s Day last weekend, Warner Bros.’ romantic comedy How to Be Single officially opens wide across the UK today. Continue reading

Jennifer Saunders & Joanna Lumley Reunite in First Teaser Trailer for Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie

Joanna Lumley & Jennifer Saunders in Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie sliceEddy and Patsy are back this summer in their big-screen debut, four years since they were last seen on the small screen for their 20th anniversary specials. Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley are naturally back to lead Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie. Continue reading

Box Office: Deadpool Decimates the Competition with $132m Opening

Deadpool, How to Be Single Box OfficeTim Miller’s Deadpool has taken down all-time records left, right, and centre in one of the biggest surprises in recent box office memory, opening to an absolutely huge $132.7m over the three-day frame, with estimates rising to $150m including the four-day weekend in the US. Continue reading

Sony Cuts ‘Crude Humour’ from Grimsby to Secure 15 UK Age Rating Over 18

Grimsby UK Age RatingLast week, Sacha Baron Cohen went on Jimmy Kimmel with a clip from his latest film that almost earned the movie an NC-17 rating in the US. Apparently it’s had similar classification issues in the UK, with the BBFC revealing that Sony has cut ‘crude humour’ from Grimsby to secure a lower 15 UK age rating, rather than the harder 18. Continue reading