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Disney+ has revealed first-look images for the highly anticipated UK Original Series “Renegade Nell”. The series will premiere in Spring 2024 on Disney+ worldwide. “Renegade Nell”, a Lookout Point original adventure series, is written and created by BAFTA-award-winning writer Sally Wainwright (Happy Valley, Gentleman Jack) and directed by Ben Taylor (Sex Education, Catastrophe). Louisa Harland (Derry Girls) plays the title role of Nell, a quick-witted and courageous young woman who finds herself framed for murder and unexpectedly becomes the most notorious highwaywoman in 18th-century England. But when a magical spirit called Billy Blind, played by Nick Mohammed (Ted Lasso), appears, Nell realises her destiny is bigger than she ever imagined. 

Frank Dillane (The Essex SerpentFear the Walking Dead) plays Nell’s fickle friend and sometime adversary Charles Devereux, a charming rogue with a dangerous, villainous alter ego. Adrian Lester (Trigger PointMary Queen of Scots) plays the Earl of Poynton, a master political schemer and manipulator who joins forces against Nell with Sofia Wilmot, played by Alice Kremelberg (The Sinner), a young widow who wants power and independence at any cost.

Joely Richardson (Nip/Tuck) plays eccentric newspaper magnate Lady Eularia Moggerhanger, whilst Pip Torrens (The CrownPoldark) appears as Lord Blancheford – the father of Sofia and her feckless, bullying brother Thomas, who is played by Jake Dunn (Half Bad). Ényì Okoronkwo (The Lazarus Project) also stars as Rasselas, a spirited stable boy who joins Nell and her sisters on the run in his own bid for freedom, with newcomers Bo Bragason andFlorence Keen as Nell’s two younger sisters, Roxy and George, and Craig Parkinson (Line of DutyBlack Mirror: Bandersnatch) as Nell’s kind-hearted father Sam.

“Renegade Nell” is an action and fantasy adventure series with eight episodes of 45 minutes each. The series is produced by Lookout Point as a Disney+ UK original series. Also directing will be Amanda Brotchie (Gentleman Jack) and MJ Delaney (Ted Lasso). Jon Jennings is the Series Producer, and Stella Merz is the Producer. Executive Producers are Sally Wainwright, Ben Taylor, Faith Penhale, Will Johnston and Louise Mutter for Lookout Point and Johanna Devereaux for Disney+.


Vertigo Releasing announces the UK release date of British action thriller JACKDAW, the feature film debut of North East-born writer-director Jamie Childs (The Sandman, Willow, His Dark Materials), on 26 January 2024. 

JACKDAW stars Oliver Jackson-Cohen (The Invisible Man, Emily, The Haunting of Hill House) as the title character, along with Jenna Coleman (Doctor Who, The Sandman, Victoria), Thomas Turgoose (Creation Stories, The Gallows Pole, This is England) and Rory McCann (Game of Thrones). Further cast includes Joe Blakemore (The Third Day), Vivienne Acheampong (The Sandman) and BAFTA Breakthrough Performer 2022 Leon Harrop (Ralph & Katie).

The film was shot on location in the North East of England in Hartlepool and the Tees Valley, around sites including Seal Sands, Nunthorpe, Redcar and the North Sea, filming against the backdrop of the region’s breathtaking coastlines and dramatic industrial landscapes. It also utilised The Northern Film and TV Studios, the North East’s only large-scale film and TV production facility. The film has seen significant investment from The Tees Valley Mayor and Combined Authority and the North East Production Fund, delivered by regional screen agency North East Screen on behalf of the North East Screen Industries Partnership (NESIP), as part of their ambitious plans to make the region one of the UK’s leading film and TV production hubs.

JACKDAW had its World Premiere at the legendary Fantastic Fest in Texas on the 22nd of September and will be followed by a star-studded UK Premiere which will take place in the North East.

Writer-Director Jamie Childs said: “We see so many American films set in atmospheric towns that don’t tie themselves to local, kitchen-sink stories. I thought, why don’t we do this in Britain? We set out to push the envelope of what was possible stylistically and tonally in our region. Its clash of pastoral and industrial worlds is the perfect setting for an exciting, pulpy chase thriller. I wanted to prove to an up-and-coming wave of potential filmmakers that we can take advantage of what’s right on our doorstep and still appeal to an international audience. I’d like to thank North East Screen and the Tees Valley Combined Authority for helping us make this all possible.” 

Gayle Woodruffe, Operations Director for North East Screen, said: “We have exceptional world-class talent, amazingly diverse stunning locations and extremely experienced crew here in the North East. Supporting Jamie’s feature film debut as a writer-director via the North East Production Fund was a straightforward decision.”

Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen said: “Jamie is a fantastic example of another homegrown talent taking huge strides on the global stage. It’s wonderful to have him back on his home patch with JACKDAW. This is yet another fantastic chance for us to showcase ourselves as a filming and production capital, with our big investment into the industry already reaping rewards. There truly has never been a better time for local people to get into the film industry – not just for writers and directors but for engineers, costume makers and technicians. Our cash is helping get us onto screens and in front of people across the UK and JACKDAW is another wonderful example of that, and I can’t wait for the premiere!”


The BBC has released the first pictures of Nightsleeper, its upcoming real-time thriller about the hacking of a sleeper train travelling from Glasgow to London and a government agency’s frantic efforts to intervene in the rapidly escalating events onboard. Can two people who’ve never met, one on the train and one not, work together to save the lives of its disparate group of passengers as the Heart of Britain overnight service hurtles towards what might quite literally be its final destination?

Alexandra Roach (The Light in the Hall) and Joe Cole (Gangs of London) lead the cast of the suspense thriller, written by BAFTA award-winning writer Nick Leather (Murdered For Being Different) from Fremantle’s Euston Films, coming to BBC One and BBC iPlayer in early 2024. 

Alexandra plays Abby Aysgarth, the Acting Technical Director at the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre, who’s finally about to take a well-earned holiday when she receives a phone call that will change everything – the UK railway network is under attack. Joe Cole plays Joe Roag, an off-duty cop onboard and hoping for a quiet night. However, over the next six rollercoaster hours, Joe’s about to get anything but, as he and Abby battle both their own distrust and the unpredictable behaviour of the person or persons now in control, desperate to try and stop the Heart of Britain from reaching the end of the line, in more ways than one…

The series also stars Alex Ferns (The Devil’s Hour), Sharon Small (The Bay), James Cosmo (Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan), David Threlfall (Shameless), Daniel Cahill (The Control Room), Lois Chimimba (Vigil), Gabriel Howell (The Fence), Katie Leung (Harry Potter), Leah MacRae (Rosie Molloy Gives Up Everything), Ruth Madeley (Years and Years), Adam Mitchell (Mother’s Day), Pamela Nomvete (Andor), Scott Reid (Maxine), Sharon Rooney (Barbie) and Parth Thakerar (Gangs of London).

Nightsleeper is a 6×60 series for BBC One and BBC iPlayer produced by Euston Films (Wreck, The Sister, Dublin Murders), a Fremantle label. The series is directed by Jamie Magnus Stone (Doctor Who, Ten Pound Poms) and John Hayes (Dublin Murders). Writers are Nick Leather with Laura Grace (Episodes 4 and 5). Executive Producers are Kate Harwood for Euston Films with Nick Leather, Jamie Magnus Stone, and Gaynor Holmes for the BBC. Producer is Jonathan Curling (The Sister, Baghdad Central), and Co-Producer is Daisy Costello. Fremantle is handling global distribution.



The series, which is inspired by the original Miramax film with the same title, stars Emmy-nominated The White Lotus 2 star Theo James, alongside Kaya Scodelario (Crawl, The Pale Horse), Daniel Ings (I Hate Suzie), Joely Richardson (Lady Chatterley’s Lover), Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels actor Vinnie Jones, Giancarlo Esposito (Better Call Saul), Chanel Cresswell (This is England), Michael Vu, Max Beesley (Hijack), Jasmine Blackborow (Marie Antoinette), Harry Goodwins (In His Hands: The Emergence), Dar Salim (The Covenant), Pearce Quigley (Detectorists), Ruby Sear and Peter Serafinowicz (The Tick).

Multi-talented and award-winning Guy Ritchie is at the helm of the production, serving as creator, co-writer, and executive producer. Ritchie has also directed the first two episodes.

THE GENTLEMEN sees Eddie Horniman (Theo James) unexpectedly inherit his father’s sizeable country estate – only to discover it’s part of a cannabis empire. Moreover, a host of unsavoury characters from Britain’s criminal underworld want a piece of the operation. Determined to extricate his family from their clutches, Eddie tries to play the gangsters at their own game. However, as he gets sucked into the world of criminality, he begins to find a taste for it.

The series is set in the world of The Gentlemen film but not starring the original characters.

Matthew Read is co-writer of THE GENTLEMEN with Guy Ritchie. Executive Producers for the series are Guy Ritchie, Matthew Read, Marn Davies and Ivan Atkinson, alongside Marc Helwig for Miramax TV and Will Gould and Frith Tiplady for Moonage Pictures. The Series Producer is Hugh Warren.

THE GENTLEMEN is co-produced by Netflix, Moonage Pictures and Miramax TV.


Making new waves with its world premiere at BFI Flare, the critically acclaimed, landmark feature-length documentary Tramps! from Kevin Hegge (She Said Boom: The Story of the Fifth Column, Sundowners) goes deep into the heart of Britain’s New Romantics scene, tracing how a group of outsiders transformed London’s underground art and music communities and its enduring influence and impact across the globe.

A decade in the making, this groundbreaking film follows how the New Romantics – AKA the Blitz Kids – became one of the most iconic cultural movements. Now, this radically important new documentary makes its UK debut on digital on 11 December 2023, courtesy of Bohemia Media.

In the 1980s, following the 70s punk movement, a fresh wave of art students and fashion enthusiasts emerged in East London, breathing fresh life into British art, fashion, music and film and welcoming in a new era with the birth of the New Romantics.

Tramps! explores the evolution from squatted communes in the 1960s, to 70s punk, leading to the flamboyant Blitz Kids and the seminal New Romantics in the 80s. The film takes us to the places, from The Blitz to Hell and introduces the faces, from the hugely influential Leigh Bowery, Mark Moore, Derek Jarman, Boy George, Marilyn, Steve Strange, Rusty Egan to the lesser-known but integral players in the movement. Figures such as John Maybury, Duggie Fields, Princess Julia, BodyMap founders Stevie Stewart and David Holah, Scarlett Cannon, The Roxy nightclub founders Susan Carrington and Andrew Czezowski, Les Child, Jeffrey Hinton and the great, late Judy Blame, tell their fascinating tales in brand-new interviews, alongside rarely seen archive footage and proudly highlights LGBTQIA+ stories often erased from history.

The documentary examines how the long-established sense of hedonism was unexpectedly disrupted by the AIDS crisis, with some elements transitioning from the underground to dominate the mainstream through rave culture in the 1990s.

Focusing on the vibrant personalities that defined this movement and celebrating queer club culture, Tramps! revives one of the UK’s most iconic scenes and features a pulsating electronic soundtrack by Electrelane‘s Verity Susman and Wire‘s Matt Simms.

Meet Tramps! a one-of-a-kind documentary that celebrates the people and places at the forefront of a pivotal subculture whose influence can still be seen the world over today.

On UK digital 11 December from Bohemia Media



Percy Jackson and the Olympians premieres on Disney + on December 20, with the opening two episodes followed by weekly releases.

Today, Disney+ released a new trailer for the upcoming Disney+ Original series Percy Jackson and the Olympians, starring Walker Scobell, Aryan Simhadri, and Leah Sava Jeffries.

Based on Disney Hyperion’s best-selling book series by award-winning author Rick Riordan, Percy Jackson and the Olympians tells the fantastical story of a 12-year-old modern demigod, Percy Jackson, who’s just coming to terms with his newfound divine powers when the sky god Zeus accuses him of stealing his master lightning bolt. With help from his friends Grover and Annabeth, Percy must embark on an adventure of a lifetime to find it and restore order to Olympus.

The epic eight-episode series features exciting guest stars, some of which can be seen in this teaser trailer, including Lin-Manuel Miranda (Hermes), Megan Mullally (Alecto aka Mrs. Dodds), Toby Stephens (Poseidon), Virginia Kull (Sally Jackson), Jason Mantzoukas (Dionysus aka Mr. D), Jay Duplass (Hades), Glynn Turman (Chiron aka Mr Brunner), the late Lance Reddick (Zeus), Adam Copeland (Ares), Charlie Bushnell (Luke Castellan), Dior Goodjohn (Clarisse La Rue),  Jessica Parker Kennedy (Medusa), Olivea Morton (Nancy Bobofit), Suzanne Cryer (Echidna), Timm Sharp (Gabe Ugliano), Timothy Omundson (Hephaestus). The first two episodes are written by Rick Riordan and Jon Steinberg and directed by James Bobin. Steinberg and Dan Shotz serve as executive producers alongside Rick Riordan, Rebecca Riordan, The Gotham Group’s Ellen Goldsmith-Vein, Bert Salke, The Gotham Group’s Jeremy Bell and D.J. Goldberg, James Bobin, Jim Rowe, Monica Owusu-Breen, Anders Engström and Jet Wilkinson.


Jack Rooke’s critically acclaimed and multi-award-winning comedy from Roughcut TV returns in January 2024.

Created and written by Jack Rooke and produced by Roughcut TV (Stath Lets Flats, People Just Do Nothing), Big Boys will return for a brand new series on Channel 4 in January 2024.

Series two takes the whole gang straight into the second year of Brent University 2014, where alongside dealing with virginity hang-ups, drug experimentation (both legal and otherwise) and Jack’s obsession with Alison Hammond, this time round their degrees actually count!

Meanwhile, Jack’s family continue to navigate their lives after his Dad’s passing, beginning just as much of a new chapter as the gang at university. And Danny gets to revisit his past as he learns how to better deal with his mental health issues.

Jack Rooke said, “We are finally returning, to take you all back to the pre-Brexit era of 2014/2015, where David Cameron wasn’t our foreign secretary and everyone was happily doing the ice bucket challenge. Second year at Brent Uni is bigger and better than before, delving into even more of our uni gangs japes, scrapes and collective love of her royal highness, Alison Hammond.”

Ash Atalla, Managing Director, Roughcut TV said, “Big Boys is back for year 2 and time to get serious about studies. No more drinking, partying or sex, this series is all set in the library where we follow our gang reading books.  We hope you like our new direction.”

Big Boys is created and written by Jack Rooke, directed by Jim Archer, produced by Bertie Peek, executive produced by Ash Atalla and Alex Smith for Roughcut TV and commissioned for Channel 4 by Charlie Perkins, Head of Comedy and Joe Hullait, Commissioning Executive for Comedy.



When New York Detective Bobby Belucci (Emile Hirsch), catches his wife (Ashley Greene) with another man he can’t contain his rage… beating the guy to a pulp and leaving him fighting for his life. With his anger out of control and his wife out of the door, things spiral further when he’s demoted to desk duties.

Hitting the town and the bottle to drown his sorrows, Bobby ends up helping a lowlife (Jake Cannavale), leaving another man hospitalised, but their encounter leads to a chance visit to the infamous Gemini Lounge, a popular mob hang out.

With his whole world turned upside down and with nothing to lose, he comes up with a plan to prove himself, not only to his Captain, but his wife too.

Against his bosses wishes Bobby goes undercover to infiltrate the Gambino crime family’s notorious DeMeo Crew a violent and bloody faction whose reign of terror controlled the Big Apple throughout the sixties and seventies.

As he gets deeper in with the firm and in over his head, he will stop at nothing to get close to the boss, Roy DeMeo (Danny Abeckaser), in his attempt to expose the full extent of their murder and corruption. As Bobby’s life becomes entwined with the mob, the body count rises and the price for absolution may be higher than he can afford… will Inside Man make it out?


A critical hit on the international festival circuit after premiering at Venice Film Festival, Trenque Lauquen is the beguiling, epic, genre-fluid mystery formed of two feature-length parts from Argentinian auteur Laura Citarella (Ostende).
A woman vanishes. Two men take to the road in search of her: they both love her. Why did she leave? Each one of them has his own suspicions, and hides them from the other one who – mysteriously – never truly becomes his rival. Neither is right – but is anyone?
This sudden run away becomes the hidden core of a number of fictions that the film delicately weaves together: the secret of the heart of another woman, lost as well, many years ago; the secret of the life of a village in the countryside, governed by a supernatural incident that nobody seems to perceive; the secret of the plains, which never ceases to spread and devour everything, like the shadows that invade the world after the twilight hour.
Trenque Lauquen was an official selection at Venice Film Festival, San Sebastian Film Festival, New York Film Festival, Rotterdam Film Festival and Goteborg Film Festival. The film received its UK Premiere at Edinburgh International Film Festival and is screening at Lewes Depot on Sunday 19 November as part of CINECITY Brighton Film Festival.
Directed by Laura Citarella and written by Laura Citarella and Laura Paredes. Trenque Lauquen is from the acclaimed El Pampero Cine collective (La Flor) and stars Laura Paredes, Ezequiel Pierri, Rafael Spregelburd, Cecilia Rainero, Juliana Muras, Elisa Carricajo and Verónica Llinás
Trenque Lauquen – Parts 1 & 2 are in cinemas and on Curzon Home Cinema 8 December
Part 1: 2 hours 8 mins, Part 2: 2 hours 12 mins



QUEENDOM had its world premiere playing in competition at SXSW and has since picked up the Next: Wave Award at CPH: DOX in Copenhagen and The Audience Award at The Camden Film Festival. The film was also screened as part of the Documentary Competition at the BFI London Film Festival.

QUEENDOM follows Gena Marvin (she/her, non-binary), a queer artist from a small town in Russia who dresses in otherworldly costumes made from junk and tape and protests the government on the streets of Moscow.

Born and raised on the harsh streets of Magadan, a frigid outpost of the Soviet gulag, Gena is only 21. She stages radical performances in public that become a new form of art and activism. By doing that, she wants to change people’s perception of beauty and queerness and bring attention to the harassment of the LGBTQ+ community.

The performances – often dark, strange, evocative, and queer at their core – are a manifestation of Gena’s subconscious. But they come at a price.


After crash landing on a moon in the furthest reaches of the universe, Kora (Sofia Boutella), a stranger with a mysterious past, begins a new life among a peaceful settlement of farmers. But she soon becomes their only hope for survival when the tyrannical Regent Balisarius (Fra Fee) and his cruel emissary, Admiral Noble (Ed Skrein), discover the farmers have unwittingly sold their crops to the Bloodaxes (Cleopatra Coleman and Ray Fisher) – leaders of a fierce group of insurgents hunted by the Motherworld. Tasked with finding fighters who would risk their lives to defend the people of Veldt, Kora and Gunnar (Michiel Huisman), a tenderhearted farmer naive in the realities of war journey to different worlds in search of the Bloodaxes and assemble a small band of warriors who share a common need for redemption along the way: Kai (Charlie Hunnam), a pilot and gun for hire; General Titus (Djimon Hounsou), a legendary commander; Nemesis (Doona Bae), a master swordswoman; Tarak (Staz Nair), a captive with a regal past; and Milius (E. Duffy), a resistance fighter. Back on Veldt, Jimmy (voiced by Anthony Hopkins), an ancient mechanized protector hiding in the wings, awakens with a new purpose. But the newly formed revolutionaries must learn to trust each other and fight as one before the armies of the Motherworld come to destroy them all.




From the director of American Psycho, delve into a crucial period during the later years of legendary artist Salvador Dalí in this compelling, critically acclaimed drama inspired by a true story. 

Amongst the decadence of 1970s New York, the great surrealist artist Salvador Dali enjoyed the latter stage of his career with a lifestyle filled with luxury and extravagant parties. Surrounded by his own decadence and his band of eccentric followers who worship his charismatic persona, he is content with avoiding a fast-approaching art show and the demands of his formidable wife, Gala.

The story is told through the eyes of James Linton, a young gallery assistant keen to make his name in the art world. After quickly becoming enraptured by the provocative world of Dali, the façade begins to fade when he uncovers that behind the glitz and glamour lies a fragile genius, haunted by the past and unprepared for the changing tide of the world around him. 

The film, which saw its world premiere at TIFF, boasts a commanding lead performance from Oscar winner Sir Ben Kingsley (Gandhi) opposite Barbara Sukowa (Two of Us), Rupert Graves (V for Vendetta), Suki Waterhouse (Daisy Jones & The Six), Andreja Pejic (The Girl in the Spider’s Web), Ezra Miller (The Flash), and rising star Christopher Briney (The Summer I Turned Pretty).

Daliland is directed by Mary Harron, celebrated for the revered cult classic American Psycho and the multi-award-winning series Alias Grace. Harron is well versed in depicting artists with complicated legacies, as seen in her previous films, I Shot Andy Warhol, The Notorious Bettie Page and Anna Nicole.


Savanah Leaf’s critically acclaimed, intimate and moving feature debut, EARTH MAMA, follows Gia (Tia Nomore), a pregnant single mother with two children in foster care who embraces her Bay Area community as she fights to reclaim her family. A delicate yet raw portrayal, EARTH MAMA explores the experience of black single mothers fighting the foster care system and a society that expects them to fail and strips them of their agency.

EARTH MAMA’s Savanah Leaf is a Team GB Olympian and award-winning filmmaker whose work weaves magical realism with poignant social commentary. Her previous film, The Heart Still Hums (2020), is a short documentary following the stories of five women as they fight for their children through the cycle of homelessness, drug addiction and neglect from their own parents. The film won Best Documentary Short at the Palm Springs International ShortFest, BlackStar Film Festival and Nashville Film Festival. Her music video ‘This Land’ for Gary Clark Jr. was nominated for Best Music Video at the 2020 Grammys.

Making her screen acting debut in the leading role of ‘Gia’ is rapper and musical artist Tia Nomore. The film also stars Erika Alexander, rapper and musical artist Doechii, who also makes her acting debut, Keta Price, Sharon Duncan Brewster, Dominic Fike and Bokeem Woodbine.



Deck the Halls (but quietly) as the Christmas Comedy-Horror, There’s Something In The Barn heads to UK Cinemas & Digital Download from 1st December, courtesy of Vertigo Releasing.

Starring comedy royalty Martin Starr (Freaks and GeeksSpider-ManHoney Boy) alongside Amrita Acharia (Game of Thrones), this irreverent story puts a bloody spin on Nordic tradition. When an American family fulfils their dreams of moving back after inheriting a remote cabin in Norway, it’s not long before they encounter the legendary Nordic Barn Elf next door and learn the importance of respecting one’s neighbours – the hard way! 

It’s Gremlins meets National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation this Christmas!


Boy Culture: Generation X, the sequel to the trailblazing drama Boy Culture (2006), will be released on November 7, 2023, on all TV on-demand platforms.  The original film’s stars, Derek Magyar (X) and Darryl Stephens (Andrew), are returning in their iconic roles, as is the entire original creative team — director and co-writer Q. Allan Brocka, producers Stephen Israel and Philip Pierce and co-writer Matthew Rettenmund.

More than a decade after the events of the first film, Boy Culture: Generation X finds X and Andrew, the on-again, off-again couple, now both 40, broken up and tensely sharing a home out of financial necessity. When X attempts to plunge back into his previous job as a sex worker, he’s in for a rude awakening — he’s no longer the flavour of the month, and the entire industry has been transformed by changing attitudes, online platforms and PreP.

X reluctantly turns to a bratty Gen Z twink named Chayce (Jason Caceres) to guide him back into the business.

Director and co-writer Brocka says the original film, cited among the 200 Best LGBTQ+ Movies of All Time by Rotten Tomatoes, resonated because it showed LGBTQ+ relationships “in a positive way that embraced our sexuality and sexual experiences. There were not a lot of films doing this unless they focused on our trauma.”

Of Boy Culture: Generation X, he says, “The original focused on taking a risk to find love. Now, X has had love, and something’s not quite working, so he’s got to refocus on himself — who is he outside of love?”

Derek Magyar says of returning as X, “I love the character, the writing, the director. We are a family. We had a table read, and it was like nothing had changed except for the fact that we’d gotten a bit older.”

With age comes wisdom, giving Magyar a chance to play a more vulnerable anti-hero. “I think X has grown a lot and still has a lot to learn. I think he is well-intentioned, but I don’t think he is the best communicator and often gets himself in trouble. He goes back to hustling because it’s something he knows he is good at, and he wants to show Andrew he can handle taking care of his part of the life that they share — or shared.”



Directed by George Amponsah, Gassed Up premiered at the 2023 BFI London Film Festival and has been announced as the official winner of the Audience Award for Best Feature at BFI LFF 2023! Gassed Up will be coming to UK cinemas on 9th February 2024.

Set in London, the film follows a group of young men in a moped gang who, desperate to make ends meet, have turned to petty theft. Written by Archie Maddocks and Taz Skylar, it features an exciting young cast, including Stephen Odubola (Blue Story), Taz Skylar (One Piece) and singer Mae Muller, as well as a host of recognisable names, including Harry Pinero, Yung Filly and Ms Banks.

At the centre of the story is 20-year-old Ash (Odubola), who is trying to support his younger sister and help his struggling mother. Fighting to balance his pure intentions and the allure of fast cash, he and his friends soon get drawn into the web of an Albanian crime family. He must choose between loyalty to his friends and family and the draw of a fast, thrilling lifestyle.


A 1920s English seaside town bears witness to a farcical and occasionally sinister scandal in this riotous mystery comedy. Based on a stranger-than-fiction true story, WICKED LITTLE LETTERS follows two neighbours: deeply conservative local Edith Swan (Olivia Colman) and rowdy Irish migrant Rose Gooding (Jessie Buckley). When Edith and her fellow residents begin to receive wicked letters full of unintentionally hilarious profanities, foul-mouthed Rose is charged with the crime. The anonymous letters prompt a national uproar, and a trial ensues. However, as the town’s women – led by Police Officer Gladys Moss (Anjana Vasan) – begin to investigate the crime themselves, they suspect that something is amiss and Rose may not be the culprit after all.

Joyously reunited on screen in a flurry of f***ss***s, and b******s are stars Olivia Colman (The Crown, The Favourite, The Lost Daughter) and Jessie Buckley (Men, Women TalkingThe Lost Daughter), spanning the full spectrum of profanity in a wildly entertaining tete-a-tete.

WICKED LITTLE LETTERS will be released in UK and Irish cinemas on Friday, 23 February 2024.



Reverse the curse this spooky season with the fun, spine-tingling and action-packed series featuring the voices of Gabrielle Nevaeh, Andre Robinson, Lyric Lewis, Reid Scott, Rhys Darby, James Marsters, Rhea Perlman, Phylicia Rashad, and horror legend Robert Englund.

When a generations-long family curse turns Alex Vanderhouven to stone, it’s up to his two kids, Pandora and Russ, along with his wife Sky, to return artefacts stolen by their ancestors to their rightful homes and finally lift the curse for good.

The family-oriented series is created and executive produced by Jim Cooper (DreamWorks Dragons) and Jeff Dixon (The Hurricane Heist). John Krasinski (A Quiet Place Parts I & II) also serves as executive producer, and Allyson Seeger (Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan) as co-executive producer.


Satisfy your horror hunger with Feed Me, a wickedly warped, darkly disturbing, devilishly demented cannibal carve-up from writing–directing duo Richard Oakes and Adam Leader (Hosts). The film is set for its digital release on 13 November 2023 courtesy of Bingo Films following its award-winning festival run, which saw it win Best Film at GrimmFest 2022 and four awards at the British Horror Film Festival, including Best Actor and Best Director.

Following the death of his wife, in the most tragic circumstances, Jed Freeman (Christopher Mulvin–Lore, Doctors) falls deep into depression, suffering hallucinations and night terrors. But a chance encounter with the larger-than-life Lionel Flack (Neal Ward – Hosts, Two Graves) leads to an appealing proposition to be freed from his grief forever… and the most brutal bromance imaginable.

Jed finds himself under the spell of Lionel – who convinces him to end his life in the most terrifying and unthinkable way – then things really turn ugly… The unhinged cannibal creates carnage on his quest to feast on flesh and will stop at nothing to satisfy his deranged desire for human consumption.

For a twisted, blood-soaked feast of gore, tuck into Feed Me



From acclaimed Mexican director Amat Escalante, following Heli, for which he won Best Director at Cannes in 2013, and The Untamed, which won him the Best Director prize at Venice in 2016, comes LOST IN THE NIGHT, a taut, engrossing thriller that blends traditional elements of Latin American cinema with astute social commentary on Mexican society and contemporary influencer culture.

The film, which premiered at Cannes this year, stars Juan Daniel García Treviño (Narcos México), and Latin American influencer superstar Ester Expósito, who has 27 million followers, and features a superb score by Stranger Things composers Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein.

The film is written by Amat Escalante in collaboration with his brother Martín Escalante and Paulina Mendoza. The director is known for casting non-professional actors in his films, and in 2020, he held an open audition to find actors for LOST IN THE NIGHT“This is a film that has taken me a long time to make,” says Escalante, “where I’m trying new things and playing with different ways of telling a story of my interests in Mexico, in the form of a thriller and at the same time maintaining my personal vision.”


The Boys in the Boat is a sports drama based on the #1 New York Times bestselling non-fiction novel written by Daniel James Brown. The film, directed by George Clooney, is about the 1936 University of Washington rowing team that competed for gold at the Summer Olympics in Berlin. This inspirational true story follows a group of underdogs at the height of the Great Depression as they are thrust into the spotlight and take on elite rivals from around the world.

The Boys in the Boat will be released in the UK on 12th January 2024 by Warner Bros. Pictures.



Based on the book of the same name by literary powerhouse Ottessa Moshfegh, Eileen follows a peculiar young woman whose dreary life stretches on toward unending misery. In frigid 1960s Boston, Eileen (Thomasin McKenzie) shuffles between her father’s dingy, emotionally haunted home and the prison where she works alongside colleagues who have ostracized her. When an intoxicating woman (Anne Hathaway) joins the prison staff, Eileen is taken. Just when the possibility of a salvational friendship (or maybe more) takes hold and forms a singular glimmer in Eileen’s darkness, her newfound confidant entangles her in a shocking crime that alters all.



Your Christmas Or Mine 2 will launch on Friday, 8th December on Prime Video. Read our review of Your Christmas Or Mine (2022) here.

It’s the most wonderful time of the year … but will it be for James (Asa Butterfield) and Hayley (Cora Kirk)? James’ father has invited the Taylors to spend Christmas in a luxury ski resort in the Austrian Alps so they can meet his new American girlfriend (played by Jane Krakowski). However, Hayley’s dad, Geoff, insisted on handling his family’s side of the booking, and something clearly got lost in translation. After a mix-up with transport at the airport, the two tribes end up at each other’s accommodations on different sides of a valley and opposite ends of the Tripadvisor rating scale. Can Hayley and James’ relationship survive another turbulent family Christmas, or has their future together gone off-piste?


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