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Sally Field on Spider-Man and the Aunt May spin-off

Simon Brew News Mar 18, 2015

The Spider-Man reboot means it's farewell to Sally Field's Aunt May. Not that she thought the spin-off movie was going to happen either

Nintendo announces its new NX console

Ryan Lambie News Mar 17, 2015

At a Tokyo press conference, Nintendo has announced the NX: "new hardware with a brand new concept"...

Gotham: No Cameron Monaghan until season 2 or 3

Rob Leane News Mar 17, 2015

Cameron Monaghan’s Jerome, a favourite in the who’s-the-Joker stakes, wont be back to Gotham for a while…

Nintendo to make games for mobile devices

Ryan Lambie News Mar 17, 2015

It's been announced that Nintendo is to release games for tablets and phones in a new venture with Japanese mobile company, DeNA...

Twin Peaks: David Lynch "not sure" if new series will go ahead

Rob Leane News Mar 17, 2015

In a terrifying turn of events for Twin Peaks fans, Mr David Lynch has revealed that his negotiations aren’t complete…

Arrow and The Flash: new trailers tease big changes

Rob Leane News Mar 17, 2015

Reverse-Flash reveal, Ra’s Al Ghul’s offer, ATOM in action – these Arrow and The Flash trailers are teasing every strand possible…

Sherlock Special 2015: Moffat confirms “it’s Victorian”

Den Of Geek News Mar 17, 2015

Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman return to Sherlock for the 2015 Special. Here's a round-up of the Special news and rumours so far...

Clint Eastwood: American Sniper is "anti-war"

Simon Brew News Mar 17, 2015

With American Sniper arriving on DVD and Blu-ray in June, Clint Eastwood argues that his hit film is "anti-war".

Beauty And The Beast: live action Disney movie set for 2017

Simon Brew News Mar 17, 2015

Emma Watson and Dan Stevens are headlining the live action remake of Disney's Beauty And The Beast. It's been confirmed for a 2017 release.

Star Wars Rogue One: Alexandre Desplat to write the score

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Simon Brew News Mar 17, 2015

John Williams won't be scoring 2016's Star Wars film, from director Gareth Edwards. Instead, Alexandre Desplat is picking up the baton.

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