The Nice Guys
Holland March (Ryan Gosling) is a down-on-his-luck private eye barely scraping a living in 1970s Los Angeles. Jackson Healey (Russell Crowe) is a tough guy enforcer who thinks with his fists. When these two polar opposites are unexpectedly thrown together in the search for a missing girl, a darkly hilarious and fast-moving mystery unfolds as they plunge ever further into the city’s seedy, neon-inflected underbelly.
Warcraft : The Beginning
The once-peaceful realm of Azeroth is on the brink of destruction. Its human inhabitants face invasion from marauding orc warriors, themselves having fled their own dying world of Draenor through a gateway known as The Dark Portal. With both humans and orcs facing annihilation, human warrior Anduin Lothar (Travis Fimmel) and orc leader Durotan (Toby Kebbell) find themselves headed for a collision course, an epic clash of two races that will determine the fate of both worlds.
Me Before You
Louisa Clark (Emilia Clarke) is an unambitious, recently unemployed young woman looking for a change in her life. That’s exactly what she gets when she agrees to become a companion for handsome William Traynor (Sam Claflin), whose promising career was tragically cut short when he was paralysed in a devastating accident. Although their relationship is at first tentative and spiky, a tender romance soon develops with William ultimately teaching Louisa the importance of getting the most out of life. Based on the bestselling book by Jojo Moyes, this powerful drama blends laughter and more than a few tears.
Step Brothers @ The Grosvenor Cinema
Friday 10th June 2016 @ 11pm
Two aimless middle-aged losers (Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly) still living at home are forced against their will to become roommates when their parents (Richard Jenkins and Mary Steenburgen) marry.
Where To Invade Next – Live Premiere (+ Live Q&A)
Friday 10th June 2016 @ 6.30pm (Cineworld & The GFT)
Oscar-winning “Bowling For Columbine” director, Michael Moore is on a globe-trotting mission to improve his nation. His plan is to stage friendly invasions of foreign countries and plunder their good ideas. In France, he finds children who are fed delicious gourmet school meals that cost less than the junk food served in American schools. Finland has an education system that’s the envy of the world. Over in Iceland, women have achieved parity with men. Italians enjoy plenty of paid holidays and are even granted a 15 day paid honeymoon if they get married. And Slovenia has a completely free university system that welcomes foreign students.
We got an exclusive first look at the forthcoming, “Beauty & The Beast” remake with the teaser trailer earlier this week. The sneak peek gave very little away, but it did include just enough of that classic music from the original Disney animation to melt our hearts . . . The film is scheduled for release on 17th March 2017 and stars Emma Watson, Dan Stevens, Stanley Tucci, Ewan McGregor, Emma Thompson, Kevin Kline and Sir Ian McKellan.
Emily Blunt has been named as the new Mary Poppins for the upcoming sequel, “Mary Poppins Returns” where Blunt will take on the role made famous by Julie Andrews. In Depression-era London, a now-grown Jane and Michael Banks, along with Michael’s three children, are visited by the enigmatic Mary Poppins following a personal loss. Through her unique magical skills, and with the aid of her friend Jack (Lin-Manuel Miranda), she helps the family rediscover the joy and wonder missing in their lives. The film is set for a 2018 release date.