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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

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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...

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WATCH: Four questions that fans are asking about the new Star Wars trailer

The Last Jedi trailer has been released.

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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.

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WATCH: Top films to watch this October

Take a sneak peek at the top must-watch movies in cinemas this October.

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Ocean film festival comes to the Kings Theatre

THE Ocean Film Festival World Tour is coming to Portsmouth this autumn.

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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...
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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

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Star Wars exhibition

FROM a galaxy far, far away to a gallery in Gosport, fans of sci-fi series Star Wars can see an exhibition of toys from the movies until the start of 2018.

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Michael Keaton in American Assassin.

Cinema AND TRAILER: American Assassin - Michael Keaton and Dylan O'Brien interviews

American Assassin follows super-agent Mitch Rapp – and his trainer Stan Hurley – as he joins the most deeply concealed network within the CIA. Stars Michael Keaton and Dylan O’Brien talk to Georgia Humphreys

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Al Gore

Film fuels flooding fears

CONCERNS over widespread flooding in Portsmouth have been raised by an upcoming film screening by No6 Cinema.

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Josh OConnor as Johnny Saxby and Alec Secareanu as Gheorghe Ionescu.

Cinema AND TRAILER: God's Own Country Josh O'Connor interview

Josh O’Connor stars in God’s Own Country, a small, indie film with big themes. He talks to Georgia Humphreys about its comparisons with Brokeback Mountain and how it’s a world away from his role in The Durrells

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Ritz Cinema to reopen

THE RITZ Cinema at St Vincent College in Gosport will open again this week.

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WATCH: Top films for September

Here's our quick look at the big cinema releases this month.

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South Parade Pier catches fire during the filming of Tommy

Rare documentary on the making of Ken Russell’s film of The Who’s rock-opera Tommy to be screened on South Parade Pier

AS A Portsmouth Polytechnic film studies student, Bob Ede found himself with a front row seat to the filming of the classic Ken Russell film, Tommy.

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Bridgett Everett

Cinema AND TRAILER: Patti Cake$ star Bridget Everett interview

She’s made her mark on the New York cabaret scene and now with her first dramatic role in Patti Cake$, the comedian-singer tells Gemma Dunn why she’s glad to have stepped outside of her wheelhouse

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Nigel Grundy has created a feature-length documentary on the Portsmouths music scene during the 60s

Looking back to cooler and
groovier times

The old cliche runs that if you can remember the 60s then you weren’t really there.

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Blair (Zoe Kravitz), Alice (Jillian Bell), Jess (Scarlett Johansson), Frankie  
(Illana Grazer) and Pippa (Kate McKinnon).

Cinema AND TRAILER: Rough Night Scarlett Johansson interview

She’s not known for her comedy talent but Scarlett Johansson couldn’t wait to dive into Lucia Aniello’s risque Rough Night. She and the other cast talk about the girls’ own movie

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An image from video game Call of Duty WWII

VERITY LUSH: Advert for war game shown before Dunkirk is sickening

When you go to the cinema you spend a substantial amount of time watching the advertisements. They drone on for 25 minutes and are easily avoidable by going in later, but then you risk disturbing the rest of your already-seated row of fellow movie-goers.

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Talitha Bateman as Janice.

Cinema: Annabelle: Creation - 'horror is a great example of why we all love to go to the movies...’

It’s been three years since horror fans were first introduced to Annabelle, and with a reputation to uphold, the demonic doll is now back to wreak devastation on more unsuspecting victims.

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