Here we got the winners of the 2018 Golden Globe Awards, looking forward to eventually seeing a lot of these films over the next couple of months!
Take a look at the films that are leaving Sky Cinema during July 2017. Catch them while you can, whether you love them or want to catch up with them before they disappear!
Saturday 1 July
Herbie Goes Bananas – Family
Sunday 2 July
The Exorcism of Molly Hartley – Hits
Arthur is robbed of his birthright to become King growing up on the streets the tough way, but once he pulls the sword from the stone he must step up to the man he needs to be for his country.
Gino – Jude Law
Hanna – Halina Reijn
Joseph (Giuseppe) – Gijs Scholten Van Aschat
The Priest/ The Inspector – Chukwudi Iwuji
Johnny – Robert De Hoog
Anita – Aysha Kala
Lenny Belardo, the youngest and first American Pope in the history of the Church, who just so happens to smoke! He must try and come to terms with the running of the church and if he really can make a difference while also deciding to remain out of the public eye with no one actually knowing who he is. Bringing in people he has always been close to helping him in the struggle, does he even believe in God?
Here are the next ten . . .
As Daniel Craig’s era as Bond is coming to an end (after one more, come on he has always been contracted to it right?) But I thought after completing the Bondathon I would look to see possibilities of actors who could take on the role next.
Here are the ages the different actors started and finished as Bond. Quite interesting really as I think both Connery and Craig looked older than they were in their first films. The fact Lazenby wasn’t very popular and under the age of 30 I can’t really see them picking someone very young to take on the mantel.
Roger Moore 44-57
Timothy Dalton 42-44
Pierce Brosnan 41-49
Daniel Craig 37-47
Sean Connery 31-40
George Lazenby 29
I have literally picked loads of actors who could be possibilities, split them into different ages and tried to decide if I can see them as Bond or not. Some of them though I think would work perfectly well as a bad guy, come on don’t Brit’s seems to make the best bad guys? I was originally going to come up with 7 possible actors but I thought that was pretty impossible as we really have no idea which direction they are going in. I have stayed British with the actors listed, as let’s face it we have some very talented Brits doing us proud on the big screen! Also I have picked photo’s of them in a Tux, as come on that’s a very important part of becoming Bond. James Bond.
Susan Cooper works for the CIA but is stuck at a desk all day helping out analysing the risks mainly for Bradley Fine. But one day all of that is about to change . . .
To tell the story of Gustave H, this film has a double flashback in order to do this which sets it up to be a rather complicated and random film. Along with Gustave it is about Zero Moustafa, the lobby boy who becomes his most trusted friend. As we find out the story to how he came to own The Grand Budapest Hotel …
A young woman Emily Taylor suffers the side effects from drugs prescribed by her psychiatrist Jonathan Banks to help cope with her depression, which takes a different turn when her husband is released from prison after 4 years inside.