Summer’s officially over, but never fear, since the autumn 2017 movies are here. These are the 20 films you should be looking out for this autumn.
Blade Runner 2049 is only a few days from release yet critics have already been taking to Twitter to post some very positive early thoughts on the movie.
After having seen his performance in IT, I was struck by how perfect Bill Skarsgård would be as The Joker in the upcoming Joker spinoff movie. Here’s why.
It has become the highest-grossing horror movie of all time and Warner Bros. has already announced a release date for its sequel, It: Chapter 2.
Batman v Superman and Justice League director, Zack Snyder, has declared that Ben Affleck is the best Batman of all time.
Could Ron Howard’s ‘Spicey’ tweet be teasing the infamous Kessel Run, which means that we’ll get it in the Han Solo Spinoff movie?
There are reports suggesting that the script for the Joker spinoff movie is almost complete and that the film could start filming as early as 2018.
Zack Snyder revealed that he’s not going to get involved with the rest of Justice League and is just letting the guys working on it do their thing.
There are reports suggesting that Darth Vader could be making an appearance in Ron Howard’s upcoming Han Solo spinoff movie.
People have taken to sharing their deepest and darkest sexual fantasies online involving IT’s Pennywise the Clown, and they are really weird.
Taylor Sheridan, writer of Sicario and Hell or High Water, delivers his directorial debut with Wind River, but is it any good? Here’s our review.
Darren Aronofsky’s mother! is in cinemas and splitting audiences right down the middle. Did we love it or did we hate it? Here’s our review
John Carpenter is back with this Christine-themed music video promoting his upcoming compilation Anthology: Movie Themes 1974-1998.
Liam Neeson has announced his retirement from doing action movies, which means we won’t get to see any more Taken sequels.
Stephen King’s It has arrived on our cinema screens, but is Pennywise going to haunt your nightmares or does it end up being a bit of a sad-faced clown?
Barbara Broccoli revealed at TIFF this week that she would ‘of course’ consider hiring a female director to helm Bond 25.
Star Wars: Episode IX has found its new director and, surprise surprise, it’s J.J. Abrams – you know, the man who directed Star Wars: The Force Awakens!
Patty Jenkins has closed on a deal to direct the sequel to her box office hit, Wonder Woman, which will make her the highest paid female director ever!
Stephen King’s scary clown has come to cinemas this week and It has mas made an impressive amount of money at the US box office.