Disney+ Mulan to Premiere on Streaming Service!

After the announcement from Disney+ that in the US Mulan would be heading for the streaming service with a premium price on top of your monthly subscription it was only a matter of time before the same announcement was made for the UK. The issue with this? They are charging £28.99 for the pleasure!

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Preview: Paydirt (2020)

Starring: Luke Goss (Hellboy II: The Golden Army),Val Kilmer (Kiss Kiss Bang Bang), Mike Hatton (Green Book), Mirtha Michelle (Fast & Furious) and introducing Mercedes Kilmer in her feature debut.

Hollywood heavyweights Luke Goss and Val Kilmer face off in a brand new rip-roaring, all-action heist thriller, PAYDIRT, which gets its UK Premiere this Summer courtesy of 101 Films and Octane Entertainment.

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Preview: Life With Music (2020)

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Blue Finch Film Releasing are delighted to announce that Life With Music, starring Sir Patrick Stewart, Katie Holmes and Giancarlo Esposito, will be available on digital download from 27th July.

Henry Field (Patrick Stewart) is an acclaimed concert pianist and one of the great virtuosi of his era. Upon returning to the stage after a prolonged absence, he finds himself suddenly afflicted with a severe case of stage fright. His once effortless play has abruptly turned into a self-conscious struggle of every bar. Old wounds have crept up on the master as he now fights to ward off artistic disaster.

Enter Helen Morrison (Katie Holmes), a music critic with a kindred spirit and a troubled past of her own. Helen believes she might hold the key to Henry’s return to form, but she must first overcome his defences and win his trust. As Henry’s condition starts to improve, the blossoming relationship takes an unexpected turn which could precipitate his downfall. Unless he finally faces his demons and the darker truth lurking beneath the glory of the stage.

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie (2020) First Photo!

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is the big screen adaptation of the hit musical that has enjoyed massive success in Sheffield and then in the West End (was due to tour the UK this year). I was lucky enough to see it early on in its West End run and caught the cinema playback as well.

It is a truly fantastic show with some amazing messages and great songs. In the film version the transformation of Richard E. Grant is something I have been really looking forward to seeing as Loco Chanelle! Newcomer Max Harwood is taking on the role of Jamie.

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Due for release in October 2020 (hopefully)

PARASITE live nationwide satellite event, with Bong Joon Ho

Curzon announces Parasite special previews plus live satellite Q&A with BAFTA and Oscar-nominated Director Bong Joon Ho on 3rd February.

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● Director Bong Joon Ho will be appearing live at Curzon Mayfair with over 140 cinemas
● The screening takes place the evening after Parasite competes for Best Film, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay and Best Film Not In The English Language at the BAFTA Film Awards 2020.
● The satellite stream will include British Sign Language interpretation and an on-screen live speech to text service so that event is accessible to hard of hearing and deaf audiences.
● Parasite then goes on general release in cinemas nationwide from Friday 7th February.

The satellite Q&A event is supported by the BFI, awarding funds from the National Lottery.

To book tickets – http://www.parasitemovie.co.uk

The Crown – Season 3 – Release Date

Netflix totally won with this announcement for when The Crown season 3 will be available to watch. It’s 17th November just incase you didn’t see it!

Having Olivia Colman just look at the camera looking totally incredible as she takes over from Claire Foy in the title role of Queen Elizabeth II. I am sure we will get plenty more teaser moments over the next few months in the build up to season 3. Easily one of the most successful programmes Netflix have managed to put together.

Are you looking forward to Season 3 or have you never actually watched any of The Crown?