Rege-Jean Page CBeebies

Regé-Jean Page CBeebies debut revealed by the BBC

Mother’s Day (UK, March 14 — you did remember?!) and it’s the Regé-Jean Page CBeebies debut Regé-Jean will read Rain Before Rainbows by Smriti Halls and David Litchfield about a girl and her companion fox who travel together from a place of loss and despair, through uncertain times, towards the hope of colour, light and … >

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George Clooney The Midnight Sky

Netflix trailer answers: WTF is… Midnight Sky?

After previously giving us the low down Dolly Parton, this week Netflix has another trailer for us: WTF is… Midnight Sky? Well, we’ve seen the trailer, so we can tell you! It’s the new George Clooney produced film coming to Netflix on December 23. According to Netflix themselves: …post-apocalyptic tale follows Augustine (George Clooney), a … >

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7 stars who appeared in ‘Doctor Who’ before they were famous

Many Doctors and companions have gone on to great (but not greater, of course!) things after leaving Doctor Who. The show is often also lucky enough to nab up-and-coming young actors for guest roles before they make their way to fame and fortune. Some of them played fan favourites and Who viewers got to see … >

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‘Sherlock’ actor joins ‘Star Wars Anthology: Rogue One’ cast?

Jonathan Aris has reportedly been cast in next year’s Star Wars spin-off movie. His online CV reveals that he will play a character called Senator Jebel in Star Wars Anthology: Rogue One. The actor is best known for his role as forensic scientist Anderson in BBC One’s Sherlock, which returns this Christmas with a one-off … >

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CultBox’s 2015 Oscar predictions: Who will win?

What was that? Did someone just say ‘Honestly, it’s just an honour to be nominated’? Yes, it’s that time of year again! Grab your replica of Cher’s 1988 Moonstruck Oscar dress (no, just me?), because the self-conscious cinematic selfie that is the 87th Academy Awards airs on Sunday 22 February. And who stands a chance … >

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‘Page Eight’ review

The dilemma of whether to serve the interests of one’s country, one’s loved ones or one’s superiors lies at the heart of David Hare’s one-off spy thriller.

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