Peter Rabbit, the brilliant Beatrice Potter creation is getting its own contemporary movie which is set to be released early next year.
Similar to the recent Paddington re-imagination, Peter Rabbit is set to capture the hearts of multiple generations with its heartwarming heroics and comedy, blending animation and live-action.
James Cordon voices the furry protagonist, while Domhnall Gleeson and Rose Byrne both star. Other voices include Margot Robbie as Flopsy, Elizabeth Debicki as Mopsy, and Star Wars actress Daisy Ridley as Cottontail. Singer Sia also features.
The man behind ‘Easy A’ and the 2014 ‘Annie’ remake, Will Gluck, directs.
Peter Rabbit is set for UK cinemas March 16, 2018.
That is the subtle message plastered across the new trailer and poster for the final instalment of the Fifty Shades series.
The two-minute insight into the last chapter is about as Fifty Shades as everyone’s come to expect – sex, action, sex, cheesy lines, sex, money, sex, helicopters, sex, guns, sex…you get the idea. All of this of course with Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan) and Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson).
In the third instalment, the couple get married but it inevitably takes a sour turn when other players get involved including a slightly forward architect, a psychopathic ex-boss and Kim Basinger…
Lads, make alternative plans for Valentines 2018 when Fifty Shades hits cinemas!
Margot Robbie’s stock has rocketed since she broke onto the scene in 2013 for her role in The Wolf of Wall Street. Her latest movie sees her skating on thin ice in I, Tonya, a dark comedy based around the true story of the Tonya Harding Olympic scandal.
Robbie’s performance has already sparked hysteria as we step ever closer to award season and the movie has earned rave reviews since its debut at the Toronto International Film Festival in September.
The movie follows Harding (Robbie) and her skating story as she rises through the US figure skating ranks, right up until the 1994 Winter Olympics when her future is put into jeopardy by her ex-husband, Jeff Gilloly (Sebastian Stan).
The story is follows the brutal and sometimes unbelievable events as Gilloly attempts to sabotage Harding’s rival skater, Nancy Kerrigan.
Not to be confused with the East London location – the trailer has been released for Wes Anderson’s new animation, Isle of Dogs.
The film is set in dystopian Japan where all dogs have been banished to an island of garbage following the outbreak of canine flu.
The film uses the same stop-motion animation as Anderson used in his 2009 adaptation of Roald Dahl’s Fantastic Mr Fox and his first feature movie since 2014’s The Grand Budapest Hotel.
Isle of Dogs features a plethora of big name actors voicing the characters including Scarlett Johansson, Edward Norton, Bill Murray, Jeff Goldblum, Frances McDormand, Harvey Keitel, Tilda Swinton and Yoko Ono.
Isle of Dogs is released in the UK on March 30 2018
Guess what everyone! Will Ferrell is doing a comedy sequel! But to be fair, this one looks pretty funny. The follow up to 2015’s Daddy’s Home is set to be bigger, better and hopefully slightly funnier than the first, with big timers Mel Gibson and John Lithgow joining the original cast of Ferrell, Mark Wahlberg and Linda Cardenelli.
Very similar to the first as comedy sequels often are, only this time the daddies in question are those of Ferrell and Wahlberg’s. Now both their families are in tandem, but things look to take a turn for the worse when their fathers come to stay for the holidays.