Michael Keaton

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New this week: Tessa Thompson and Chris Hemsworth in Men in Black: International

ALADDIN ★★☆☆☆ Directed by Guy Ritchie. Starring Mena Massoud, Will Smith, Naomi Scott, Marwan Kenzari, Navid Negahban, Nasim Pedrad The ongoing campai(...)

Detective Comics No 1000: the full cover art, drawn by Nicola Scott and coloured by Annette Kwok, will be sold at King’s Comics in Sydney. Photograph courtesy of DC

Holy milestones, Batman! Detective Comics, where the caped crusader debuted on March 30th, 1939, will reach issue number 1,000 on Wednesday, just days(...)

Directed by Tim Burton, Disney’s big-screen adventure Dumbo flies into theatres this week. Photograph: Disney

Let us, for a moment, ignore the elephant that’s not in the room. We should tip a ringmaster’s hat to Disney for not turning the live-action version o(...)

 Mary, Queen of Scots starring Saoirse Ronan  opens January 18th

 Ad Astra Ruth Negga joins Brad Pitt (lucky him, lucky her) on a mission to Neptune. Pointy-headed James Gray, the man behind The Lost City of Z,(...)

Tingling sensation: Tom Holland in Spider-Man Homecoming. Photograph: Marvel

Among the first thing you hear in the latest reboot of Spider-Man is a variation on the theme from the little admired 1960s animated series. “Spider-M(...)

Would you like fries with that? Michael Keaton in The Founder

One of the many pleasures in John Lee Hancock’s study of the man who made McDonald’s an empire is its reminder that even the simplest ideas need to be(...)

Idris Elba holds his two Screen Actors Guild awards  in Los Angeles, California. Photograph: Mike Blake/Reuters

“Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to diverse TV,” Idris Elba joked on stage after winning twice at Saturday’s Screen Actors Guild Awards, where minority (...)

The Revenant: A grimy and compelling series of events that were necessary for Leonardo DiCaprio to finally win an Oscar

Early on in Alejandro González Iñárritu’s snowbound, spittle-flecked survival slog The Revenant, fur-trapper Hugh Glass (Leonardo DiCaprio) meets a gr(...)

In the spotlight: Michael Keaton, Liev Schreiber (as Marty Baron), Mark Ruffalo, Rachel McAdams, John Slattery and Brian d’Arcy James in Tom McCarthy’s film. Photograph: Kerry Hayes/Open Road Films

Shortly after the Boston Globe began to break stories about sexual abuse by priests and the decades-long cover-up by the Catholic Church, in 2002, th(...)

Joe Crowley (right) a survivor of clerical abuse, and Michael Cyril Creighton, the actor who portrays him in ‘Spotlight’.

The idea of journalism being cinematic is counterintuitive. Rather than being visually appealing, the craft of journalism is more in keeping with Bism(...)

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