Denis Villeneuve directs this sequel to the 1982 sci-fi thriller 'Blade Runner'. Three decades after the events of the first film, replicant K (Ryan Gosling) works as a blade runner for the LAPD, under the command of Lieutenant Joshi (Robin Wright). On his latest assignment to retire an old Nexus-8 model, K discovers a secret that could shatter accepted knowledge of androids' capabilities and in turn makes him question his own purpose. In search of assistance and answers, K seeks out former blade runner Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford), but he is being closely trailed by fellow replicant Luv (Sylvia Hoeks), who has been dispatched by replicant manufacturer Neander Wallace (Jared Leto) to find what K is looking for.
The complete eight film collection of the hugely popular 'Harry Potter' franchise. 'The Philosopher's Stone' (2001) sees Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe) newly enrolled at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry where he makes friends with Ron Weasley (Rupert Grint) and Hermione Granger (Emma Watson). When the trio unexpectedly discover a three-headed dog guarding a secret trapdoor, they begin to suspect that something important might be hidden beneath the school, and when they investigate it leads to an encounter with the evil wizard Voldemort (Ian Hart). Will Harry be able to keep up with his studies, lead his team to victory in the school sport Quidditch, and still triumph over the dreaded Voldemort? In 'The Chamber of Secrets' (2002), Harry, Ron and Hermione return to Hogwarts for their second year. Gilderoy Lockhart (Kenneth Branagh) and Pomona Sprout (Miriam Margoyles) have joined the staff and Harry and his friends soon find that once again all is not right at the school - pupils seem to be petrified, literally, and a monster is on the loose. In 'The Prisoner of Azkaban' (2004), the trio are now in their third year of wizarding school, but there is a shadow hanging over Harry: dangerous serial killer Sirius Black (Gary Oldman) has escaped from the Wizards' prison, Azkaban - and he wants revenge for the death of his master, Voldemort, who Harry defeated 13 years earlier. For Harry's protection, Azkaban has sent an army of soul-sucking Dementors to guard Hogwarts from a possible attack by Black - but they turn out to be as much of a threat to Harry as Black himself. As myth and magic combine to weave their dark spell, Harry uncovers a few more crucial secrets about his mysterious past. 'The Goblet of Fire' (2005) sees Harry board the train to Hogwarts School, where he will attend his fourth year of magical education. Shortly after his reunion with Ron and Hermione, Harry is introduced to yet another Defence Against the Dark Arts teacher: the grizzled Mad-Eye Moody (Brendan Gleeson). Of course, Harry's wishes for an uneventful school year are almost immediately shattered when he is unexpectedly chosen, along with fellow student Cedric Diggory (Robert Pattinson), as Hogwarts' representative in the Tri-Wizard Tournament, which awards whoever completes three magical tasks the most skilfully with a thousand-galleon purse and the admiration of the international wizarding community. In 'The Order of the Phoenix' (2007) Harry, now in his fifth year of study, discovers that much of the wizarding world has been denied the truth about his recent encounter with the evil Lord Voldemort (Ralph Fiennes). Fearing that Hogwarts' venerable Headmaster, Albus Dumbledore (Michael Gambon), is lying about Voldemort's return in order to undermine his power and take his job, the Minister for Magic, Cornelius Fudge (Robert Hardy), appoints a new Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher to keep watch over Dumbledore and the Hogwarts students. But Professor Dolores Umbridge (Imelda Staunton)'s Ministry-approved course of defensive magic leaves the young wizards woefully unprepared to defend themselves against the dark forces threatening them and the entire wizarding community, meaning Harry has no choice but to take matters into his own hands. Meeting secretly with a small group of students who name themselves 'Dumbledore's Army,' Harry teaches them how to defend themselves against the Dark Arts, preparing the courageous young wizards for the extraordinary battle that lies ahead. In 'The Half-Blood Prince' (2009) Lord Voldemort exerts his power over both the Muggle and wizarding worlds and, consequently, Hogwarts no longer provides the safe haven it once did. Suspecting that new dangers lie within the castle ramparts, Harry discovers a mysterious old book marked 'property of the Half-Blood Prince' and begins to unlock the secrets of Voldemort's dark past, aided by Ron, Hermione and new teacher Horace Slughorn (Jim Broadbent). Meanwhile, the sixth-formers grapple with teenage hormones as various romantic liaisons unfold between them, some more dignified than others. In 'The Deathly Hallows: Part One' (2010) Harry, Ron and Hermione, now no longer at Hogwarts, set out on a dangerous quest to uncover and destroy the lost Horcruxes, the secret behind Voldemort's immortality. Voldemort's power has now grown to unprecedented proportions, with the Death Eaters in control of the Ministry of Magic and under orders to find Harry and bring him to Voldemort - alive. Away from the protection of Dumbledore and Hogwarts, Harry draws ever closer to the moment for which he has been preparing since boyhood: the ultimate showdown with the Dark Lord. Finally, in 'The Deathly Hallows: Part Two' (2011), with Voldemort's domination almost complete, Harry, Hermione and Ron face a race against time to find and destroy the Horcruxes, thereby extinguishing the Dark Lord's power. Returning to Hogwarts, where the last Horcrux is to be found, Harry, his schoolfriends and the tutors soon find themselves preparing for the final, desperate battle with Voldemort, with Harry realising that in order for him to win the day, he may have to make the ultimate sacrifice.
Saoirse Ronan and Domhnall Gleeson star in this romantic drama adapted from the novel by Colm Tóibín. Set in the 1950s, the story follows young Irish woman Ellis Lacey (Ronan) as she travels to New York City in search of a better life. Initially homesick, she begins to adjust to her new surroundings with the help of Italian-American Tony Fiorello (Emory Cohen) with whom she becomes romantically involved. After news of a family crisis, Ellis returns to Ireland where she enjoys spending time back in her hometown and becomes acquainted with a young man, Jim Farrell (Gleeson), finding herself torn between two very different paths. The cast also includes Jim Broadbent and Julie Walters. The film was nominated for three Academy Awards including Best Picture and won the BAFTA Award for Best British Film.
Niels Arden Oplev directs this sequel to the 1990 sci-fi thriller by Joel Schumacher that sees a group of medical students dare to experience what comes after death. Marlo (Nina Dobrev), Ray (Diego Luna), Jamie (James Norton) and Sophia (Kiersey Clemons) all volunteer to assist in Courtney (Ellen Page)'s experiment to see what happens when you die. By stopping her heart for one minute, Courtney gives herself a near-death experience, during which time she has intense visions of what she believes to be the afterlife. As each of the students decide that they want to see it for themselves, things get out of hand and they start to compete with each other on how long they can stay 'dead'. As their time under increases, the memories of their experiences begin to encroach on their waking lives in the form of disturbing hallucinations and they begin to fear that they may have opened a door that should have remained closed. Kiefer Sutherland, star of the original film, reprises his role of Nelson.
Kenny Ortega directs this fantasy adventure sequel following the children of some of Disney's most notorious villains. When the celebrity lifestyle becomes too much for Mal (Dove Cameron), she reverts back to her old ways and returns to the Isle of the Lost. However, her sudden return doesn't go down well with her old enemy Uma (China Anne McClain), who is still bitter that Mal was chosen to become a citizen of Auradon over her. Meanwhile, realising that Mal's disappearance could be his fault, Ben (Mitchell Hope) ventures to the Isle with Evie (Sofia Carson) in the hope he can find her and bring her back to Auradon.
All 13 episodes from the third season of the British-American drama based on the novels by Diana Gabaldon. In this season, Claire (Caitriona Balfe) adjusts to pregnancy and attempts to rekindle her marriage with Frank (Tobias Menzies) in Boston, Jamie (Sam Heughan) finds himself involved with a noble family and Claire struggles to trace Jamie and reunite with him in history. The episodes are: 'The Battle Joined', 'Surrender', 'All Debts Paid', 'Of Lost Things', 'Freedom & Whisky', 'A. Malcolm', 'Crème de Menthe', 'First Wife', 'The Doldrums', 'Heaven & Earth', 'Uncharted', 'The Bakra' and 'Eye of the Storm'.
Kenny Ortega directs this fantasy musical following the children of some of Disney's most notorious villains. Ben (Mitchell Hope), son of the Beast (Dan Payne) and Belle (Keegan Connor Tracy) and Prince of Auradon, offers a chance at redemption to four teenagers from the Isle of the Lost - Mal (Dove Cameron), Carlos (Cameron Boyce), Jay (Booboo Stewart) and Evie (Sofia Carson), the children of Maleficent (Kristin Chenoweth), Cruella de Vil (Wendy Raquel Robinson), Jafar (Maz Jobrani) and the Evil Queen (Kathy Najimy), respectively. The teenagers are granted the opportunity to leave the Isle of the Lost and attend Auradon Prep, school to the offspring of Disney heroes, where they will have the chance to prove that they can be good people, unlike their parents. But Maleficent orders them to steal their new headmistress the Fairy Godmother (Melanie Paxson)'s wand so that she can use it to control all of Auradon and Mal, Carlos, Jay and Evie find themselves torn between following her orders and doing the right thing.
All ten episodes from the first season of the biographical drama based on the life of Queen Elizabeth II. The story begins in 1947 as Elizabeth (Claire Foy) marries Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark (Matt Smith). As the couple settle in to married life, performing royal duties in the place of her father King George (Jared Harris) due to his ill health, Elizabeth's life takes a dramatic turn when she receives the news that her father has passed away. As she tries to grieve for her father, Elizabeth returns home to take her place on the throne as the new Queen of England. The episodes are: 'Wolferton Splash', 'Hyde Park Corner', 'Windsor', 'Act of God', 'Smoke and Mirrors', 'Gelignite', 'Scientia Potentia Est', 'Pride & Joy', 'Assassins' and 'Gloriana'.
Irish drama written and directed by Stephen Burke. Set in 1983, the film follows a group of IRA prisoners as they stage an ambitious escape attempt from the high security HM Prison Maze in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. With the prison used to housing IRA paramilitaries during the Troubles and considered one of the most secure prisons in Europe, prisoner Larry Marley (Tom Vaughan-Lawlor) is forced to strike up an uneasy friendship with prison warden Gordon Close (Barry Ward) as he prepares to lead a gang of 38 inmates to their freedom. The cast also includes Martin McCann, Niamh McGrady and Andy Kellegher.
First slice of the two-part final instalment in the fantasy adventure film series based on the bestselling books by J.K. Rowling. Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson reprise their roles as Harry Potter, Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger, who set out on a dangerous quest to uncover and destroy the lost Horcruxes, the secret behind Voldemort (Ralph Fiennes)'s immortality. Voldemort's power has now grown to unprecedented proportions, with the Death Eaters in control of the Ministry of Magic and under orders to find Harry and bring him to Voldemort - alive. Away from the protection of Dumbledore (Michael Gambon) and Hogwarts, Harry draws ever closer to the moment for which he has been preparing since boyhood: the ultimate showdown with the Dark Lord.
Stanley Yelnats (Shia LaBeouf) is a teenager who has been told all his life that the men in the Yelnats family are cursed. When he is punished for a crime he didn't commit and ends up in a juvenile correctional facility, Stanley has no trouble believing this.
The complete sixth series of the BBC drama, adapted from Jennifer Worth's memoirs, about a group of midwives working in poverty-stricken East London during the 1960s. In this series, beginning in 1962, the Nonnatus House staff return to Poplar from South Africa to find that Sister Ursula (Harriet Walter) has been placed in charge. As they try to adjust to her strict new regime, the midwives continue to care for their patients as best as possible despite Ursula's incidence that they don't become emotionally involved. Later, Trixie (Helen George) returns from her extended stay at the clinic in South Africa and the staff find themselves under further pressure from proposed government reforms to maternity care. Meanwhile, Sister Mary Cynthia (Bryony Hannah) is committed to a mental institution after concerns are raised for her mental health. The collection also includes the 2016 Christmas special.
Animated comedy featuring the voice talents of Justin Timberlake, Anna Kendrick, Gwen Stefani and James Corden. Branch (Timberlake) is a grumpy, paranoid loner who is quite content living on his own, away from the ridiculously happy population of Troll Village. When the village is invaded by troll-eating Bergens, the overly optimistic and annoyingly chirpy troll leader Poppy (Kendrick) comes to Branch for help. As the unlikely pair go on a journey to rescue their kidnapped friends, they both find themselves realising what they have been missing. The film was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song - Motion Picture (Can't Stop the Feeling) and the Academy Award for Best Original Song (Can't Stop the Feeling).
All 201 episodes from all nine seasons of the American version of the acclaimed BBC sitcom created by Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant. At the Dunder Mifflin paper company, a documentary crew are making a programme looking behind the scenes at modern working practice. Clueless manager Michael Scott (Steve Carell) considers himself a business genius and an all-round entertainer - unaware that, to his workers, he's an insufferable idiot.
Nicole Kidman and Hugh Bonneville star in this family comedy based on the popular children's books written by Michael Bond. A young Peruvian bear (voice of Ben Whishaw) grows up dreaming of a life in London, having been influenced by his aunt who once met an explorer from England. When an earthquake leaves his home destroyed, his aunt smuggles him onto a ship headed for the English capital. He winds up in London's Paddington Station, lost and alone, until he meets Mr Brown (Bonneville) and his family, who decide to look after him while he searches for his aunt's old acquaintance. However, the bear finds himself in danger when taxidermist Millicent (Kidman) attempts to get her hands on him for her museum collection. Produced by David Heyman, the film also stars Sally Hawkins, Julie Walters, Jim Broadbent and Peter Capaldi.
The first three series of the BBC crime drama following the lives of a gangland family living in Birmingham in the early 1920s. Named after their practise of sewing razor blades into the peaks of their caps, the notorious 'Peaky Blinders' gang is one of the city's most feared, with interests in illegal betting, protection and the black market. Former war hero and brains behind the operation Tommy Shelby (Cillian Murphy), however, is eager to safeguard his family's success by expanding and legitimising the business but faces many obstacles in doing so. The cast also includes Sam Neill, Annabelle Wallis, Tom Hardy and Helen McCrory.
Garth Jennings directs this animated feature with an all-star voice cast including Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon and Seth MacFarlane. Buster Moon (McConaughey) is the highly optimistic koala proprieter of a venerable theatre. But as the splendour of his theatre begins to fade and Buster's life ambition with it, he must quickly devise a way to save his playhouse. Despite the reservations of his sheep friend Eddie (John C. Reilly), Buster decides to hold a singing contest in the hopes of raising enough money and attention to save his ailing theatre. With most of the town signing up to take part, the most promising contestants are Rosita (Witherspoon), an overworked pig housewife, Mike (MacFarlane), an arrogant, larger-than-life mouse, Ashley (Scarlett Johansson), a punk-rock porcupine, Meena (Tori Kelly), a stage-frightened elephant, and Johnny (Taron Egerton), a British gorilla pressured by his father's criminal exploits. How will they fare? And will Buster be able to save his theatre? The film was nominated for two Golden Globe Awards for Best Animated Feature Film and Best Original Song - Motion Picture (Faith).
Matthew Vaughn returns to direct this sequel to the 2015 British action comedy 'Kingsman: The Secret Service'. After the Kingsman headquarters in London are destroyed in an explosion, they discover that the organisation behind the attack is the notorious Golden Circle, led by criminal mastermind Poppy (Julianne Moore). As they prepare to travel to America to confront and take down Poppy and her crew, the Kingsmen contact their American counterparts, Statesman, who agree to help them in their quest. Although they have the same agenda - save the world - the Kingsmen and the Statesmen have very different methods and values but they must put these aside and work together if they stand any chance of bringing down the Golden Circle. The cast features Taron Egerton returning as Eggsy, Colin Firth as Harry Hart and Mark Strong as Merlin, with Channing Tatum as Agent Tequila, Halle Berry as Ginger Ale and Jeff Bridges as Champagne.
Tom Holland stars as the eponymous superhero in this Marvel Comics sequel to 'Captain America: Civil War' (2016) that sees a young Peter Parker realise the full extent of his powers as Spider-Man. As a 15-year-old kid struggling with the everyday turmoil of being a teenager including school, homework and a crush on a girl who's out of his league, Peter also has to deal with the fact that he is Spider-Man and has the ability to change the world. When he meets with Tony Stark aka Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr), a seasoned superhero who tries to pass on some words of wisdom, Peter is told that his priority should be working hard at school to get good grades, not donning his Spider-Man suit and fighting crime, but for Peter the urge to stop bad guys is just too overwhelming and he tries to find a way to do both. The cast also includes Michael Keaton as Adrian Toomes aka The Vulture, Michael Chernus as Phineas Mason aka Tinkerer and Marisa Tomei as Peter's Aunt May.