Gareth Edwards directs this sci-fi adventure set in the 'Star Wars' universe, featuring a stand-alone story written by Chris Weitz and Tony Gilroy. After being recruited by Rebel Alliance leader Mon Mothma (Genevieve O'Reilly), former criminal Jyn Erso (Felicity Jones) is tasked with stealing the plans for the Death Star so that the weapon can be destroyed before it causes damage to the galaxy. Teaming up with Rebel Captain Cassian Andor (Diego Luna), master swordsman Chirrut Imwe (Donnie Yen) and a band of hardy freedom fighters, Jyn takes on the might of the Empire in a challenge tougher than anything she could have imagined. The cast also includes Ben Mendelsohn, Forest Whitaker, Mads Mikkelsen and Alan Tudyk.
Chris McKay directs this animated adventure spin-off of 'The LEGO Movie' (2014) in which Will Arnett reprises his role as the voice of DC Comics superhero Batman. To prove the caped crusader can't live without him, The Joker (Zach Galifianakis) unleashes a horde of deadly supervillains from their prison in the Phantom Zone and enlists them to help him carry out his evil plan to take over Gotham City. Batman can't stop The Joker alone so he must begrudgingly learn to work as part of a team. To save Gotham, the lonesome crime-fighter joins forces with his new sidekick, Robin (Michael Cera), who he accidentally adopted, the new police commissioner Barbara Gordon (Rosario Dawson) and his superhero friends from the Justice League. The cast also includes Ralph Fiennes as Alfred Pennyworth, Channing Tatum as Superman, Jonah Hill as Green Lantern and Mariah Carey as Mayor Marion Grange.
Andrew Garfield and Sam Worthington star in this biographical drama directed by Mel Gibson. The film recounts the heroism of conscientious objector Desmond T. Doss (Garfield) amid the blood and thunder of the Battle of Okinawa during World War II. When most in his town are enlisted to the army, Doss is motivated to sign up as well. However, due to his beliefs, he refuses to handle a weapon and instead intends to serve in the field as a medic. After campaigning to be allowed to go into battle unarmed, Doss is assigned to the 77th Infantry Division and sent to Okinawa to fight under Captain Glover (Worthington). With the American forces suffering severe casualties in their assault on the Japanese, Doss springs into action by selflessly putting himself in the line of fire in a heroic attempt to save the lives of his injured comrades. The film was nominated for three Golden Globe Awards for Best Motion Picture - Drama, Best Director - Motion Picture (Gibson) and Best Performance By an Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama (Garfield), five BAFTAs including Best Leading Actor (Garfield) and Best Adapted Screenplay, and six Academy Awards including Best Picture, Best Actor (Garfield) and Best Director (Gibson).
Clint Eastwood directs this drama based on the autobiography of Chelsey Sullenberger. Tom Hanks stars as pilot Chelsey 'Sully' Sullenberger and Aaron Eckhart as his co-pilot Jeff Skiles, who were at the helm of Flight 1549 in 2009 when, shortly after take-off, the plane hit a large flock of birds which disabled both engines. In the face of immediate danger, Sully took the decision to make an emergency landing on the Hudson River and successfully managed to save the lives of everyone on board. Laura Linney also stars as Sully's wife Lorraine.
Damien Chazelle writes and directs this romantic musical starring Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling. Aspiring actress Mia (Stone) and jazz musician Sebastian (Gosling) are both down on their luck in Los Angeles, a city of broken dreams. Tired of being rejected in auditions and reduced to serving stars their coffees, Mia stumbles into a jazz club to the entrancing melody of a piano being played within; there she finds Sebastian, who is being discarded by his boss. The two soon fall in love as they strive to truly make something of themselves. But the rocky road of pursuing their dreams may prove too much strain for their budding romance to bear. The film was nominated for eleven BAFTAs, winning five including Best Film, Best Director (Chazelle) and Best Leading Actress (Stone), and seven Golden Globe Awards, winning in all seven categories including Best Motion Picture - Comedy Or Musical, Best Performance By an Actor in a Motion Picture - Comedy Or Musical (Gosling) and Best Performance By an Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy Or Musical (Stone). The film was also nominated for 14 Academy Awards, winning six including Best Actress (Stone), Best Director (Chazelle) and Best Original Music Score (Justin Hurwitz).
Keanu Reeves reprises his role as the eponymous hitman in this action thriller sequel. In this instalment, John Wick is again coaxed out of retirement when Santino D'Antonio (Riccardo Scamarcio) calls in a debt and persuades the former hitman to kill his sister, Gianna (Claudia Gerini), in Rome. However, the tables are soon turned when Santino puts out a hit on Wick, a bounty his fellow assassins all over the world are only too happy to collect. The cast also includes Ian McShane, John Leguizamo, Laurence Fishburne, Common and Ruby Rose.
Disney animated adventure set in ancient Oceania. When a fiery ocean demon threatens her peaceful island home, teenage Princess Moana (voice of Auli'i Cravalho) vows to fulfil her heroic destiny and save her people. Putting her navigation skills to the test, Moana sets out on a daring sea voyage to find the once-mighty demi-God Maui (Dwayne Johnson), the legendary creator of the Pacific Islands and the only one who can help her with her quest. Together, they traverse the treacherous open waters, encountering difficult conditions and dangerous creatures along the way, as Moana searches for the mythical island which holds the key to completing her mission. The film also features the voice talents of Jemaine Clement, Alan Tudyk and Nicole Scherzinger. The film was nominated for the BAFTA for Best Animated Film, two Golden Globe Awards for Best Animated Feature Film and Best Original Song - Motion Picture (How Far I'll Go), and two Academy Awards for Best Animated Feature and Best Original Song (How Far I'll Go).
Sci-fi adventure starring Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt. When more than 5,000 people volunteer to help set up a new colony on a faraway planet known as Homestead II, they board the Starship Avalon spaceship and embark on their 120-year journey, throughout which they will settle into a cryogenic sleep. When two of the sleep chambers malfunction and awaken passengers Jim (Pratt) and Aurora (Lawrence) just 30 years into their voyage, they are faced with the prospect of dying alone before reaching the planet, with just each other and robot bartender Arthur (Michael Sheen) for company. When they realise that there is something wrong with the ship, they must work together if they are to have any chance of saving the thousands of people on board.
Drama written and directed by Kenneth Lonergan, starring Casey Affleck, Michelle Williams and Lucas Hedges. Lee Chandler (Affleck) has his life turned upside down when his older brother Joe (Kyle Chandler) dies suddenly and leaves his son Patrick (Hedges) all alone. Though reluctant at first, Lee feels he must accept his brother's wishes and become Patrick's legal guardian. This involves Lee returning to his hometown of Manchester in Massachusetts and facing all the complications that come with it, including his estranged ex-wife Randi (Williams) and certain members of the local community. Lee grapples with his new role as a father figure to Patrick and tries to support the young man with his problems, while still contending with his own. The film was nominated for five Golden Globe Awards, winning for Best Performance By an Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama (Affleck), as well as six BAFTAs, winning for Best Leading Actor (Affleck) and Best Original Screenplay (Lonergan), and six Academy Awards, winning for Best Actor (Affleck) and Best Original Screenplay (Lonergan).
Liam Neeson, Adam Driver and Andrew Garfield star in this historical drama co-written and directed by Martin Scorsese. The film follows 17th century Jesuit priests Sebastiao Rodrigues (Garfield) and Francisco Garrpe (Driver) as they travel to Japan in search of their mentor Father Cristóvao Ferreira (Neeson). With the Japanese government wishing to suppress any kind of western influence and Japanese Christians forced into the wilds of the countryside to practice their faith in secret, the pair face violence and persecution immediately after setting out on their quest. Witnessing the torture and punishment of the Japanese first hand, it's not long before the priests face a spiritual crisis as they begin to question all that they previously believed. The cast also includes Ciarán Hinds, Shin'ya Tsukamoto and Tadanobu Asano.
Paul Dano and Daniel Radcliffe star in this comedy adventure co-written and directed by Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert. Stranded on a deserted island and on the brink of suicide, Hank (Dano) makes one last bid to escape after discovering a corpse named Manny (Radcliffe) on the beach. After forming a surreal friendship with Manny, Hank is shocked to discover he can talk and possesses strange supernatural powers which he can use to find his way back to civilisation and reunite with his lost love Sarah (Mary Elizabeth Winstead).
All eight episodes from the British television drama starring Tom Hardy, Jonathan Pryce and Oona Chaplin. Following the death of his father, a feared shipping tycoon, adventurer James Keziah Delaney (Hardy) returns to London in 1814 after a decade spent travelling in Africa to claim the rights to the mysterious island of Nootka Sound which has been left as part of his father's will. Surprising everyone, including his half-sister Zilpha (Chaplin) who feared he was dead, Delaney finds himself coming up against the head of the mighty East India Company Sir Stuart Strange (Pryce) who is desperate to secure the much sought-after island for his own gain. Negotiating the dark and dangerous games of London's rich and powerful, Delaney is forced to go to extreme lengths in his attempts to claim what is his. The cast also includes Leo Bill, David Hayman and Richard Dixon.
Ben Affleck writes, directs and stars in this crime drama based on Dennis Lehane's novel following a Prohibition Era gangster. Set during the 1920s and '30s, the film chronicles the criminal career of Joe Coughlin (Affleck), the son of Boston Irish police captain Thomas (Brendan Gleeson). After returning from fighting in World War I, Joe begins dabbling in heists and cons and enters the employ of Mob boss Albert White (Robert Glenister), while also having an affair with his girlfriend Emma (Sienna Miller). After a job goes wrong and he ends up in prison, Joe goes to work for White's rival Maso Pescatore (Remo Girone) who sends him to Tampa to run his own bootlegging racket. Settled in Florida, Joe sets about expanding his criminal empire and hopes to open a casino when gambling is eventually legalised.
Scott Hicks directs this fantasy drama starring Addison Timlin, Jeremy Irvine and Harrison Gilbertson. Adapted from Lauren Kate's novel of the same name, the film follows 17-year-old Lucinda Price (Timlin) as she is sent to the notorious Sword and Cross boarding school after being accused of a crime she didn't commit. Not long after arriving, Lucinda begins experiencing strange visions and finds herself being mysteriously drawn to fellow students Daniel Grigori (Irvine) and Cam Briel (Gilbertson). However, after discovering some dark secrets about her past, Lucinda soon finds herself in the centre of an epic battle as Daniel and Cam's true identities are revealed.
Nicolo Donato co-writes and directs this Danish wartime drama starring David Dencik and Danica Curcic. With Danish Jews living in fear of deportation to the concentration camps by occupying Nazi forces, Jewish jazz musician Arne Itkin (Dencik) decides the only safe option for his wife Miriam (Curcic) and young son is to flee across the Oresund Strait to Sweden. However, with Gestapo patrols looking to stop any potential escape attempts, Arne and his family are forced to go to extreme lengths in order to achieve their goal. The cast also includes Jakob Cedergren, Nicolas Bro and Morten Holst.
Will Smith, Kate Winslet and Keira Knightley lead an all-star cast in this American drama. The film follows successful New York advertising executive Howard Inlet (Smith) as he struggles to come to terms with the sudden death of his six-year-old daughter. Unable to deal with his grief, Howard abandons his company and becomes a depressed recluse, living the same monotonous routine and riding his bike around the city every day. In a bid to deal with his pain and fragile mind, Howard goes in search of answers and decides to write letters to Love (Knightley), Time (Jacob Latimore) and Death (Helen Mirren) to question the way his life has turned out. When they each appear to give him the answers he's been looking for, Howard, with a little help from his friends and colleagues, engages with them in the hope of once again finding peace. The cast also includes Edward Norton, Michael Peña and Naomie Harris.
Hugh Jackman reprises his role as Logan aka Wolverine in this tenth instalment in the 'X-Men' franchise, following on from the events of 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' (2014). It's the year 2024 and Logan's age is finally catching up with him, with his ability to heal rapidly slowing. When Professor Charles Xavier (Patrick Stewart), whose advancing years are also causing issues with his abilities, tells Logan of a young girl, Laura (Dafne Keen), who has been cloned from Wolverine's DNA, they realise that she may be their only hope of saving the world from the evil corporation that is set on destroying everything in its path. The cast also includes Richard E. Grant, Stephen Merchant and Boyd Holbrook.
US action sci-fi directed by Joel Novoa. 15 years on from the global disaster where demon-like creatures ascended from the underworld to feast on mankind for one day, a lunar eclipse signals the second coming of the evil beings, who return to the surface to feed for another 24 hours. With the hellish beasts tearing the city apart, David (Jackson Hurst) attempts to get his 16-year-old son Tyler (Jay Jay Warren) to his uncle Ted (Raymond J. Barry)'s desert shelter in a desperate bid to keep him safe.
Ben A. Williams directs this British drama adapted from John Donnelly's play. The night before his first big match, 19-year-old footballer Jason (Russell Tovey) shares a hotel room with long-time friend and team-mate Ade (Arinze Kene). Unable to sleep, the pair joke, laugh and mock each other in an attempt to beat pre-match nerves. Suddenly, out of nowhere, Jason kisses Ade, a split second decision which will go on to have a major impact on the public and private lives of both men over the course of the next ten years.
Morris Chestnut and Regina Hall star in this thriller directed by Jon Cassar. Young couple John and Laura Taylor (Chestnut and Hall) are deeply in love and have tried desperately to conceive a child naturally but as their attempts continue to fail, they turn to the idea of surrogacy. When they find Anna (Jaz Sinclair), she seems to be the perfect match for the couple, but when she starts displaying unusual behaviour and projecting unwanted attention onto John, Laura realises that their surrogate is far from perfect. As Anna's obsession with John becomes more and more psychotic, the couple try to regain control of the situation by any means necessary.