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North By Northwest: The sexiest film ever made?

North By Northwest: The sexiest film ever made?

If you call yourself a film fan, the words North By Northwest won’t remind you of a compass. It is the title of a terrific picture about to become a stage play. Why a play? Well, it’s a good question. But I for one am going to see it, purely out of intri

Daily Express, today, 00:19
 
Victoria and Abdul: The young servant who scandalised the Queen’s court

Victoria and Abdul: The young servant who scandalised the Queen’s court

Their habit of sharing daily private moments scandalised princes, prime ministers and potentates alike. “I am so very fond of him,” Victoria wrote privately. “He is so good and gentle and understanding all I want and is a real comfort to me.” But more th

Daily Express, today, 00:19
 
Nintendo Switch games reveal, Splatoon 2 guide, sales and stock news

Nintendo Switch games reveal, Splatoon 2 guide, sales and stock news

Five new games have made their debut on the Nintendo Switch this week. A mix of titles and genres, some our available in-store, while others are digital-only releases. The biggest title making its Nintendo Switch games list debut this week is Splatoon 2,

Daily Express, yesterday, 21:19
 
Edinburgh Fringe 2017: 18 unmissable comedy tips for this summer’s festival

Edinburgh Fringe 2017: 18 unmissable comedy tips for this summer’s festival

1. Loudly Insecure Over the past couple of years, Bobby Mair - star of brand new Viceland series Bobby and Harriet Get Married - has become an instantly recognisable face on British television and the UK comedy circuit. This year, he returns to the Edinb

Daily Express, yesterday, 16:26
 
Ghost Recon Wildlands UPDATE - PvP mode REVEALED, beta coming soon, 4v4 action

Ghost Recon Wildlands UPDATE - PvP mode REVEALED, beta coming soon, 4v4 action

Ghost Recon Wildlands fans will get to play the highly anticipated new PvP mode soon, with a beta of Ghost War set to drop this summer, Ubisoft announced. The free PvP update to the Tom Clancy game for PS4, Xbox One and PC will offer a 4v4 team deathmatc

Daily Express, yesterday, 15:15
 
Bryan Cranston DISAPPEARS in new movie Wakefield: EXCLUSIVE CLIP

Bryan Cranston DISAPPEARS in new movie Wakefield: EXCLUSIVE CLIP

He plays Howard Wakefield, who has a high-flying job, a beautiful family and a house in the suburbs. One day, however, he decides to simply disappear; leaving wife Diana (Jennifer Garner) none the wiser. What she and his kids don’t know, however, is that

Daily Express, yesterday, 14:49
 
Captain Marvel FIRST LOOK: Brie Larson is Carol Danvers as more details are revealed

Captain Marvel FIRST LOOK: Brie Larson is Carol Danvers as more details are revealed

The Oscar winner is taking on the iconic character Carol Danvers in the upcoming blockbuster, with concept art being shared with audiences at yesterday’s panel. It was also confirmed that the film will be based in the 1990s, and will feature the notoriou

Daily Express, yesterday, 14:14
 
Final Fantasy 12 The Zodiac Age review - A chance to revisit a much-overlooked classic

Final Fantasy 12 The Zodiac Age review - A chance to revisit a much-overlooked classic

Released 11 years ago as the PS2 was coming to the end of its lifetime and gamers were gearing up for the next-gen, it probably came out at just the wrong time. But, for such an unconventional game that defies the rules, this seems perfectly apt. Final F

Daily Express, yesterday, 13:37
 
Pink confirms NEW SINGLE release date and shares video teaser

Pink confirms NEW SINGLE release date and shares video teaser

The US star - real name Alecia Moore - took to Instagram to tell followers that What About Us will be released on August 10, more than a year after her last track Just Like Fire. But whilst that song was taken from the film Alice Through The Looking Glas

Daily Express, yesterday, 13:37
 
Captain Underpants review: DreamWorks' new double-edged comedy animation

Captain Underpants review: DreamWorks' new double-edged comedy animation

CAPTAIN UNDERPANTS (U, 89 mins) Director: David Soren Stars: Kevin Hart, Ed Helms, Thomas Middleditch, Nick Kroll Thankfully DreamWorks is about to step in with 89 minutes of double-edged comedy animation.  Based on a 12-book series by Dav Pilkey, Captai

Daily Express, yesterday, 13:19
 
City Of Ghosts review: Media war being waged by extremists

City Of Ghosts review: Media war being waged by extremists

CITY OF GHOSTS (18, 92 mins) Director: Matthew Heineman  The horrifying and at times heartbreaking documentary City Of Ghosts introduces us to the ordinary Syrians who have dedicated their lives to countering the slick online propaganda being produced by

Daily Express, yesterday, 13:19
 
Dunkirk review: Astonishing historical epic can be Nolan's masterpiece

Dunkirk review: Astonishing historical epic can be Nolan's masterpiece

Just last month the minute hand on my watch slowed to a crawl as I sat through the painful religious drama The Shack. Last week, it seemed to hurtle along during Christopher Nolan’s stunning Dunkirk. And no film-maker has been so consumed with the fickle

Daily Express, yesterday, 12:52
 
Destiny 2 beta COUNTDOWN - When does beta end? The Farm open time? Will beta get extended?

Destiny 2 beta COUNTDOWN - When does beta end? The Farm open time? Will beta get extended?

Destiny 2 fans have been playing the open beta on PS4 and Xbox One since Friday - and they will get to hang out in the Farm before it ends today. The Farm replaces the Tower from the original Destiny as the new social space for Guardians. It has a footba

Daily Express, yesterday, 12:40
 
Twilight Song by Park Theatre review: Kevin Elyot’s witty and poignant final play

Twilight Song by Park Theatre review: Kevin Elyot’s witty and poignant final play

It is witty and poignant, but the plot is sketchy and had he lived, Elyot would doubtless have reworked it. Elyot’s prime concern is to create parallels between events in the play’s two time frames, the 1960s and the present day.  Some, such as the linge

Daily Express, yesterday, 12:16
 
A Tale Of Two Cities review: The most exploitative production of the year

A Tale Of Two Cities review: The most exploitative production of the year

Guillotines should be used off stage as well as on in Matthew Dunster’s adaptation of Dickens’s French Revolution novel.  Dunster and director Timothy Sheader parade their social consciences with a series of cheap contemporary parallels instead of creati

Daily Express, yesterday, 12:16
 


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