Movies And TRAILER: Mary J Blige talks Mudbound

As Mary J Blige took on the acting role of a lifetime in new Netflix movie Mudbound, her personal life was falling apart. She talks to Laura Harding about channelling all that pain into her performance

Tthe Snowman Reanimated , Ramond Briggs, exhibition at Leeds Arts University. 

Picture: Ian Hinchliffe.

Never-before-seen images from much-loved Christmas film on display in Leeds

Classic images from the much-loved animation The Snowman are now on display at Leeds Arts University.

Sir Kenneth Branagh directs and stars in Murder On The Orient Express.

Cinema AND TRAILER: Murder On The Orient Express cast interview

Sir Kenneth Branagh has recruited an A-list cast for the retelling of Agatha Christie’s classic mystery Murder On The Orient Express. The stars talk to Laura Harding about the adaptation...

Leeds International Film Festival - the Welshman who says it’s a ‘game changer’ for indie filmmakers

Leeds International Film Festival - the Welshman who says it’s a ‘game changer’ for indie filmmakers

Actor and producer Craig Russell tells Neil Hudson why Leeds Film Festival is so important for indie filmmakers

Armie Hammer and Timothee Chalamet in Call Me By Your Name.

Cinema AND TRAILER: Call Me By Your Name - Armie Hammer interview

Armie Hammer and Timothee Chalamet tell a touching story of gay romance in Call Me By Your Name. The Oscar-tipped actors tell Laura Harding about facing their fears and striking the perfect balance.

UNITED: Claire Foy and Andrew Cavendish.Picture:  PA Photo/STX Entertainment/Imaginarium/Laurie Sparham

Against the odds

Lord Of The Rings actor Andy Serkis’s directorial debut Breathe is a touching true love story. He talks to Laura Harding.

Gerard Butler in Geostorm

Cinema AND TRAILER: Gerard Butler on Geostorm

Gerard Butler is used to being an action man but a motorbike accident has left him temporarily out of commission. He chats to Laura Harding about bumps in the road and his new film Geostorm

The LEGO Ninjago Movie in UK cinemas now. Copyright 2017 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved Copyright  2017 The LEGO Group

WIN: The LEGO Ninjago Movie film merchandise goody pack

To celebrate the release of The LEGO Ninjago Movie, now in UK cinemas, Warner Bros Pictures have teamed up with us to offer you the chance to win a film merchandise goody pack.

Promoted content
Steve Buscemi as Nikita Khrushchev, Jeffrey Tambor as Georgy Malenkov, Adrian McLoughlin as Joseph Stalin, Dermot Crowley as Lazat Kaganovich, Paul Chahidi as Nikolai Bulganin, Paul Whitehouse as Anastas Mikoyan and Simon Russell Beale as Lavrentiy Beria.

Cinema and TRAILER: The Death Of Stalin - cast and director interview

Soviet Russia in the 1950s isn’t the first topic that springs to mind when you think of comedy. The cast and director of The Death of Stalin tell us about treading the line between funny and tragic

The 2018 series of "Thomas and Friends: Big World! Big Adventures!" Formerly six boys and one girl, the new team will have three girls and four boys. Picture: Mattel, Inc. via AP

Thomas the Tank Engine set for politically-correct overhaul

The new series of Thomas the Tank Engine will see a significant overhaul as two male engines make way for female trains.

TV 2
Rebecca Ferguson and Michael Fassbender star in The Snowman.

Cinema AND TRAILER: The Snowman - Rebecca Ferguson interview

Rebecca Ferguson takes a break from the Mission Impossible world to star opposite Michael Fassbender in crime thriller The Snowman, based on the Jo Nesbo book. She talks to Laura Harding...

HIGH ALTITUDE: Kate Winslet and Idris Elba in a romantic drama. Picture : PA Photo/Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation/New Regency/Kimberly French.

Review:The Mountain Between Us (12A)

On general release

Oscar winner Kate Winslet and Golden Globe winner Idris Elba headline a high altitude romantic drama directed by Hany Abu-Assad, based on the novel of the same title by Charles Martin.

Ryan Gosling, as Agent K, and Harrison Ford, as Rick Deckard.

Cinema: Harrison Ford makes his long-awaited Blade Runner return with unlikely partner Ryan Gosling

If you were to accidentally end up on the receiving end of a punch from Harrison Ford, you might get a glass of Scotch in compensation. Not a bottle, just a glass. It was probably your own fault anyway.

TROUBLED: Domhnall Gleeson as A A Milne in Goodbye Christopher Robin. Picture : PA Photo/Fox Searchlight Pictures/David Appleby.

Review: Goodbye Christopher Robin (PG)

In this handsomely crafted drama, battle-scarred author A A Milne and his wife Daphne treat their young son as a sales tool in the mid-1920s to promote the literary adventures of a hunny-loving bear called Winnie-The-Pooh.

Films recall Black history

Films recall Black history

Films and a talk from the NHS equality director are among events organised by Leeds Beckett University to celebrate Black History Month.

NEW START: Reece Witherspoon as Alice Kinney in Home Again. PA Photo/STX Entertainment/Karen Ballard.

Review: Home Again (12A)

Beautiful, rich people try to convince us that being single is the end of their privileged worlds in first-time director Hallie Meyers-Shyer’s rom com.

Domhnall Gleeson, as Alan Milne, and Margot Robbie, as Daphne Milne

CINEMA AND TRAILER: Goodbye Christopher Robin - Margot Robbie interview

Margot Robbie and Domhnall Gleeson play the parents of real-life Christopher Robin in a new film about the origins of AA Milne’s books about Winnie The Pooh. They chat to Laura Harding...
Taron Egerton as Eggsy, Colin Firth as Harry Hart and Pedro Pascal as Jack Daniels.

Cinema AND TRAILER: Kingsman - The Golden Circle, Colin Firth interview

In Kingsman: The Secret Service, Colin Firth’s spy Harry Hart was left for dead, but somehow the actor is alive and kicking and back for a sequel. He talks to Laura Harding about ageing and being an unlikely action hero

J R R Tolkiens correspondence with fellow writer Arthur Ransome, held in the Special Collections archive at the University of Leeds.

Tolkien and Leeds - The Hobbit author and his time in Yorkshire

It’s 80 years this week since The Hobbit was published. Its author, JRR Tolkien, lived in Leeds for a spell and his time here influenced his work, as Chris Bond discovered.

Your leeds 1

Yorkshire to host ultimate cinematic experience

world famous sets including Star Wars, Batman and Game of Thrones are due to go on display in Yorkshire as part of a cinematic experience aimed at bringing film and TV to life.

Load more