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.
All 10 episodes from the second season of the British crime thriller starring Sofie Gråbøl and Richard Dormer. The series is set in a fictional community in Arctic Norway named Fortitude, previously known as one of the safest places on the planet. After being rocked by murder, the community is again confronted by another violent crime after a road accident leads to the discovery of a headless body. Governor Hildur Odegard (Gråbøl) begins leading the investigation, and the search for a missing head, in the absence of Sheriff Dan Anderssen (Dormer) and Sergeant Eric Odegard (Björn Hlynur Haraldsson) but soon finds her own position under threat as more murdered victims start to appear... The cast also includes Dennis Quaid, Michelle Fairley, Sienna Guillory, Luke Treadaway and Ken Stott.
French documentary from Thierry Demaizière and Alban Teurlai about the choreographer and dancer Benjamin Millepied, who devised the ballet depicted in the 2010 thriller 'Black Swan', and his work as director of the Paris Opera Ballet. The documentary concerns 'Clear, Loud, Bright, Forward', Millepied's first production as director, and how it came to be. It follows Millepied and the performers over three months of preparation and rehearsal, documenting the rarely seen aspects of a production which do not garner as much attention, but without which the peformance could never be made. Mistakes, injuries, disagreements and the highs and lows of production are captured candidly, with Millepied's own attitude offering insight into the frenetic, energised character of the man and his rigorous approach and unwavering commitment to his art.
Every episode from the first two seasons of the British crime thriller starring Sofie Gråbøl and Richard Dormer. The series is set in a fictional community in Arctic Norway named Fortitude. With violent crime non-existent, the town is known to be one of the safest places on the planet. That is all about to change, however, beginning with a polar bear attack and an accidental shooting. Meanwhile, Governor Hildur Odegard (Gråbøl) encounters obstacles in her plans to build a glacier hotel and Sheriff Anderssen (Dormer) investigates a murder... In the second season, the town is again confronted by another horrifying murder after a headless corpse is discovered. Governor Odegard begins leading the investigation in the absence of Sheriff Anderssen and Sergeant Eric Odegard (Björn Hlynur Haraldsson) but soon finds her own position under threat as more murdered victims start to appear. The cast also includes Stanley Tucci, Michael Gambon, Sienna Guillory, Christopher Eccleston, Dennis Quaid and Michelle Fairley.
Shyam Madiraju directs this drama starring Ethan Peck and Nate Parker. After their plane crashes in the Pacific Ocean, the surviving members of a US football team find themselves stranded on a deserted island with limited resources and little hope of rescue. With supplies quickly running out, teammates Andreas (Peck) and Slim (Parker) begin to turn on each other after disagreeing on how to ration their dwindling resources. With the increasingly unbalanced Andreas forming his own faction and taking them to another nearby island, Slim is left to try and hold the remaining survivors together while also trying to protect them from Andreas and his group's violent behaviour. The cast also includes Jessica Lowndes, James Remar and Diego Boneta.
Double bill of World Wrestling Entertainment events. The Elimination Chamber pits world champion John Cena against numerous opponents including AJ Styles, Bray Wyatt and Dean Ambrose. Alexa Bliss defends her SmackDown Women's Championship title against Naomi while American Alpha face five tag teams in a Tag Team Turmoil Match. Goldberg seeks to overcome his loss in the Royal Rumble by defeating Kevin Owens and claiming the WWE Universal Title, and the stars of RAW face off in the final event before Wrestlemania itself: Fastlane.
Bryan Cranston and James Franco star in this comedy directed and co-written by John Hamburg. Overprotective father Ned (Cranston) has always had a special relationship with his daughter Stephanie (Zoey Deutch) so when she invites him, along with her mother Barb (Megan Mullally) and brother Scotty (Griffin Gluck), to spend Christmas with her and her millionaire boyfriend Laird (Franco), he reluctantly agrees, for the sake of his daughter's happiness. However, when Laird reveals his plan to propose to Stephanie and asks for Ned's blessing, the caring father vows to do everything in his power to prevent his little girl from agreeing to spend her life with the moronic mogul. With Laird determined to convince his future father-in-law to accept him however, he devises a plan to get Barb and Scotty on his side.
British drama series starring Morven Christie and Vicky McClure. When successful architect Ellen (Christie) discovers she is pregnant, she chooses young mother Paula (McClure) to come into her role as maternity cover. As Ellen begins to feel uneasy about Paula's motives for doing the job however, she develops an obsession with her replacement which puts both her and her new baby at risk.
Horror directed by Mike Mendez and starring Steve Guttenberg. Colton West (Guttenberg) is an actor well past his prime whose career has been reduced to a string of low-budget sci-fi films. Not only have his glory days passed him by but he is also charged with assault. As he drives home after filming some scenes for what will be his final performance, Los Angeles is struck by powerful earthquakes which carve huge holes in the Earth. When fire-spewing arachnids then emerge from beneath and threaten to wipe out the city, Colton is forced to go to extreme lengths to try and find a way back to his family before it's too late.
The first three films in the family comedy franchise based on Jeff Kinney's best-selling illustrated novels detailing the trials and tribulations of a wise-cracking pre-teen. 'Diary of a Wimpy Kid' (2010) follows 12-year-old Greg Heffley (Zachary Gordon) who, along with his best friend Rowley (Robert Capron), spends his days negotiating the minefield that is middle school. Whether he's dodging bullies, learning complex and seemingly ever-changing social codes, grappling with the onset of puberty or attempting to fathom the mysteries of the opposite sex, Greg writes it all down in his diary. In 'Diary of a Wimpy Kid 2 - Rodrick Rules' (2011), just when he thought life couldn't get any more complicated, Greg is horrified to discover that his older brother Rodrick (Devon Bostick) has taken possession of his secret diary. Meanwhile, he must navigate the hurdles posed by a summer swimming contest and the school talent show. Finally, in 'Diary of a Wimpy Kid 3 - Dog Days' (2012), Greg is having his worst summer ever. A self-confessed indoor person, all he wants to do is spend his holidays playing computer games in his room with the curtains drawn. But his mother has other ideas and packs him off with Rowley to stay at a country club, where - to Greg's horror - outdoor activites and family bonding are the order of the day.
Drama directed by John Moore and starring Pierce Brosnan. Mike Regan (Brosnan) has as good a life as any man: a happy family, a profitable job at the head of a successful company and a state-of-the-art smart house providing him and his family with every comfort. But when enmity develops between Mike and his I.T. advisor it cuts right to the heart of his family life. Now his teenage daughter is under constant surveillance, his own home is constantly monitoring the family and Mike's job could come crashing down around him.
Six more episodes from the children's animated series following a team of underwater adventurers. Led by Captain Barnacles Bear, Lieutenant Kwazii Cat, Doctor Peso Penguin and the other heroes travel through the sea helping various creatures and making new discoveries. After a hard day's work they return to their base, known as the Octopod.
All episodes from the first two series of the largely improvised police procedural drama starring Fay Ripley, Clare-Hope Ashitey and Damien Molony. In the first series, DS Weston (Molony), DC Steele (Ashitey) and DI Bellamy (Ripley) try to get to the bottom of a case concerning a young girl who was abducted during the night. In the second series, they investigate the deaths of a local barrister and a vigilante paedophile hunter.
Horror written by and starring Patrick Brice and Mark Duplass. Josef (Duplass) has a brain tumour and wants to leave a recording of his dying wishes and a message for his unborn son. Videographer Aaron (Brice) takes on the job advertised online which involves travelling to Josef's remote home to record his message. It's clear to Aaron from the beginning that Josef is a fairly eccentric man, but as time passes Aaron becomes increasingly uncomfortable and Josef's manner grows troublingly sinister.
The complete third and final series of the ITV crime drama starring David Tennant and Olivia Colman. Three years after the end of the second series, DI Alec Hardy (Tennant) and DS Ellie Miller (Colman) begin investigating a sexual assault in the coastal Dorset town of Broadchurch, but it soon becomes clear it's going to be a difficult case to solve, with a suspected serial attacker on the loose.
The true story of Tom and Nicola Ray (Tom Riley and Joanne Froggatt), whose love is tested to the limit when their perfect life falls apart. When Tom puts his small daughter to bed one chilly December evening, he has everything he could ever want - the house of his dreams, the life of a writer, a beautiful wife and a second baby on the way, By the next morning, all of this is in jeopardy as Tom succumbs to the devastating illness that is sepsis. As Tom and Nic battle to hold their family and their marriage together, the strength of their relationship is the only thing that can save them.
Family adventure following 12-year-old American girl Mickey (Lucy Morton), who moves to a small Irish village called Longwood where she learns of a legendary curse. Soon after arriving in Ireland, Mickey is told of the ghost of the Black Knight (voice of Michael McElhatton), a mysterious, evil figure who haunts the villagers. As she tries to solve the mystery she comes to realise that only she has the power to break the spell and free Longwood from the curse.
Horror directed by Jeremy Gillespie and Steven Kostanski and starring Ellen Wong, Kathleen Munroe and Kenneth Welsh. Police officer Daniel Carter (Aaron Poole) is driving down an otherwise empty stretch of road when he catches sight of a blood-soaked figure staggering along. Rushing the young man to the nearest hospital, a barely staffed and seemingly disused facility, Carter discovers to his horror that something horrific is happening to the staff and patients of the hospital. Gathering what survivors he can he leads them underground in an attempt to escape the Lovecraftian monstrosities seeking them.
Collection of matches and key stories from the 2000's era of World Wrestling Entertainment. The 2000's saw Raw and Smackdown field their own entirely independent rosters of wrestlers for the first time and many of these went on to become modern superstars of the ring. The Rock, Steve Austin, John Cena, the Undertaker and many more made the wrestling ring their stomping ground over the course of the decade, some of them sparking heated conflicts while others achieved records held to this day.
Steven Cantor directs this biopic of the prodigal ballet genius, Sergei Polunin, who became the youngest ever principal dancer for the British Royal Ballet at the age of 19. The documentary charts his early life in Ukraine, his rapid ascension within the Royal Ballet in London, and his growing dissatisfaction and ultimate departure from the group two years later.