Horrible Bosses 2 (15)
'They will want to kiss you, kill you or be you." Thus coos the escort Effie Trinket over her charge, Katniss Everdeen, as the heroine of the Hunger Games saga dons her latest dazzling combat garb.
The Homesman (15)
Josh Hutcherson cocks his head to one side.
The Hunger Games:
Paddington star Hugh Bonneville said his performance as a cleaning lady in the film was "frightening maybe, but not entirely sexual" after the film received a PG rating.
Oscar-winner Steve McQueen is planning a film about the life of American singer and actor Paul Robeson.
A crime drama which will re-work Mary Shelley's Frankenstein is to be filmed in Northern Ireland.
The Imitation Game is about many things - genius, unsung heroism, homophobia, the terrible cost of war.
The Drop (15)
Actors are not, by their nature, the most punctual of creatures, at least when it comes to doing interviews.
ACTORS pick up many a skill during their careers.
A LIFE in movies is such a written-on-the-wind existence, relying on the decisions and whims of others, that an actor might as well choose her own sound effects when she can.
'Space … the final frontier." When James Kirk first uttered those words in Star Trek in the 1960s, the phrase had a romance that was undercut by cardboard sets more evocative of amateur dramatics than "strange new worlds".
The Possibilities Are Endless (12A)
Finding Vivian Maier (12)
The newly named instalment of the Star Wars saga, The Force Awakens, is the most anticipated film of next year - ahead of the big screen version of Fifty Shades Of Grey.
Buzz Lightyear and Sheriff Woody are coming back to the big screen.
Star Wars Episode VII will be called The Force Awakens.
ALLEN Leech feels he has a wrong to right regarding his crossword ability and that of Keira Knightley, his co-star in the new British drama The Imitation Game.
George Clooney would be the perfect choice to play Nick Clegg in a film about the Coalition - at least according to the politician's wife.