The first full-length trailer sees the return of some familiar characters, as well as the introduction of some new faces, amidst the controversy of the new film’s casting and plot decisions.
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From Joni Mitchell to Sigrid, music has a plethora of strong, outstanding women. Here are just a handful of The Edge’s favourites to celebrate International Women’s Day.
The trailer for this year’s sequel to The Incredibles sees the triumphant return of our favourite super family.
Union Films have released their Spring Season poster, which includes screenings of Oscar nominees, National Theatre Live events, and notable releases such as Black Panther.
Del Toro beat Nolan, Peele, Gerwig, and McDonagh to win Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film at Saturday’s ceremony.
Blissfields presents Blisscamp, a new three day festival at Winchester’s Vicarage Farm, where Gold Panda will make his UK debut.
In a night dedicated to the #TimesUp movement, Bruno Mars upset odds-favourites Kendrick Lamar and Jay-Z to win album, record, and song of the year at 2018’s Grammys.
Jones will be playing a significant role in the next series of Hulu’s adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s novel.
Martin McDonagh’s black comedy film won three awards at Sunday’s ceremony, which had an all female team of presenters including Kristin Bell as the evening’s host.
JARVIS is expected to portray a middle-aged Prince Philip in the next series of Netflix’s drama.
With 2017 at its end, The Edge writers have voted and here are our Top 20 Films of the year.
With Stranger Things, Doctor Who and Game of Thrones all airing, how will your 2017 TV favourites fare?
As 2017 draws to a close, our writers look back at the standout entertainment of the year (guilty pleasures included).