Tom Hanks plays a man who builds a robot to protect his dog in the post-apocalyptic feel-good film Finch for Apple.
The film from Pablo Larraín dives deep behind the scenes of Princess Diana and her marriage and life in the British Monarchy.
A Boy Called Christmas comes from the studio behind Paddington (2014) and looks just as humorous and charming.
The new agents featured in the upcoming James Bond film No Time to Die look like a promising way forward for the franchise.
Ride the Eagle heroically dismantles the victimhood of estrangement in an unconventional, moving portrait of family love.
A boy becomes best friends with a defective robot in the new animated family film Ron’s Gone Wrong from 20th Century Studios (Disney).
Neo, Trinity, and Morpheus (presumably) feature in the new trailer for The Matrix Resurrections, and there’s a lot to get excited about.
Jake Gyllenhaal takes front and centre stage in the new Netflix thriller The Guilty from acclaimed director Antoine Fuqua.
The world’s most popular macabre family hits the road to see the sights in the new animated sequel, The Addams Family 2.
Like A Dirty French Novel intertwines the stories of two estranged brothers, a sex-phone operator and a cosplayer, set to the backdrop of the current Covid pandemic.
Irish-born Kenneth Branagh’s Belfast promises to remind viewers of the importance of family emotionally wrapped in a 60s-set coming-of-age tale.
With films like Independence Day (1996) and The Day After Tomorrow (2004), Roland Emmerich knows how to do disaster movies, and he knows how to do them well.
Hollywood’s biggest stars feature in the fun new action-adventure film Red Notice for Netflix.
Wan claims to have gone back to his roots while keeping things fresh for audiences in his latest unique horror film, Malignant.
Language Lessons is a poignant tale of a burgeoning friendship across seas and devices starring Natalie Morales and Mark Duplass.