Saoirse Ronan is Ellis Lacey, who, wanting a better life for herself leaves her family and home in County Wexford, Ireland in the 1950s and sets sail for New York City where she meets and falls in love with brash Italian-American, Tony (Emory Cohen). However, after returning home to Ireland, she meets Jim (Domnhall Gleeson) and Ellis is forced to choose between two men and two countries . . .
Scouts Guide To The Zombie Apocalypse
Childhood buddies and experienced boy scouts, Ben (Tye Sheridan), Carter (Logan Miller) and Augie (Joey Morgan) are the unlikely heroes in this horror-comedy. Upon arriving at the hottest, secret party of the year with a planned night of debauchery ahead, the trio find the venue deserted and the town over-run by Zombies intent on eating them! Along with feisty waitress, Denise (Sarah Dumont), the young heroes must put their accumulated scouts skills to the test in a bid to save humanity as we know it!
Bradley Cooper leads an all star cast (including Sienna Miller, Uma Thurman and Emma Thompson) in this compelling drama about a bad boy chef on the comeback trail. At 16, Adam had the world at his feet; having dropped out of school and heading to Paris, he was determined to become a Michelin starred chef, and succeeded beyond his wildest dreams. However, having achieved so much, so young, Adam became locked in a downward spiral of drug-driven debauchery and lost everything. Today, Adam’s (Cooper) contemporaries think he’s dead, but he’s alive and well in London and planning to take the restaurant scene by storm again. Can Adam put his demons to rest and taste sweet success for a second time?
Kill Your Friends
John Niven’s deliciously dark, cult novel gets the silver screen treatment; Steve Stelfox (Nicholas Hoult) is a ruthlessly ambitious and greedy A&R man in 1997 London on the hunt for the “next big hit” against the backdrop of Cool Britannia when Oasis and Blur ruled the airwaves. Determined and drug-induced Stelfox is determined to rise to the top, no matter what the cost . . . Craig Roberts, Georgia King and James Corden co-star.
Gregory’s Girl @ The GFT (Various Dates/Times)
This 1981 Scottish classic comedy gets an airing at The GFT this week. Gordon John Sinclair is Gregory, an awkward teenager playing on a hopeless football team, when Dorothy (Dee Hepburn) joins and the team-mates are quickly competing for her attention.
We got a first-peek at “Alice Through The Looking Glass” when the first, full-length trailer dropped earlier this week. Mia Wasikowska reprises her role as Alice, while Johnny Depp returns as The Mad Hatter and both Helena Bonham Carter and Anne Hathaway are back as The Red and White Queens. The sequel to the 2010 original sees Alice return to Underland and travel back in time to save The Mad Hatter; Sacha Baron Cohen joins the cast as Time. “Alice Through The Looking Glass” is released on Friday 27th May 2016.