WHEN The Da Vinci Code was published back in 2003, it was so successful that only the latest book in the hugely-popular Harry Potter series kept it off the top spot.
THE last Harry Potter film was released five years ago and yet Daniel Radcliffe doesn’t seem to be able to shake off his wizard role.
MOVIE star Clark Gable was — and remains —showbiz royalty.
BACK in 1959, Charlton Heston brought the epic tale of Ben-Hur to the big screen.
THE cinema world will be intrigued to see Morgan, with a director who has learned from the very best.
GENE WILDER, the star of such comedy classics as Young Frankenstein and Blazing Saddles, has died. He was 83.
HOW do two 20-something young men land themselves a $300-million Pentagon contract?
ROBERT REDFORD has just turned 80, and what better way to celebrate than a look back at ten of his best films?
DAVID BRENT is hardly someone you’d want to be mates with.
I WANT to be alone.
FEW films can have done more for the British tourist industry than Jaws.