Sean Bean

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A scene from Wolfwalkers, which tells the story of a young apprentice hunter who comes to Ireland with her father to wipe out the last pack of wolves.

Irish animation studio Cartoon Saloon has confirmed a deal with Apple that sees the technology giant buying a new animated film it is making called Wo(...)

Winner of best supporting actor Brían F O’Byrne poses in the press room at the Virgin TV British Academy Television Awards 2018 held at the Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre, London. Photograph: Ian West/PA

There were two Irish successes at the Bafta TV awards on Sunday night. Cavan man Brian F O’Byrne took home a Bafta for best supporting actor for his (...)

Avengers: Infinity War: the team behind the film has gone to great lengths to guard the story prior to its release this week. Photograph: Marvel Studios Photograph: Marvel Studios

This article may contain spoilers. Possibly. The word has been so semantically unstable of late that we’re not entirely sure. Speaking to Benedict Cu(...)

 Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan in Catastrophe

The Crown and Black Mirror helped Netflix to a strong performance in the TV Bafta nominations, as the streaming giant’s Royal and sci-fi dramas shared(...)

Mark Stanley and Ruth Wilson as squabbling siblings in Dark River

There must be something in the ley lines. Following in the muddy footsteps of Hope Dickson Leach’s The Levelling and Francis Lee’s God’s Own Country, (...)

Star Trek: Discovery

Star Trek: Discovery Netflix, September 25th In the 1960s, Star Trek viewers had the swashbuckling Kennedyesque James T Kirk exploring the universe on(...)

Silent distracted anxiety: Anna Friel as Christina Fitzsimmons in Broken. Photograph: BBC

There is nothing in Jimmy McGovern’s Broken that audiences haven’t seen before. It’s a tale of unyielding working-class misery. The tears, the wringin(...)

Actor Tom Vaughan Lawlor picutred attending The IFTA’s in The Mansion House, Dublin tonight. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Lenny Abrahamson’s psychological-whimsical comedy Frank, Terry McMahon’s mental health drama Patrick’s Day and Stuart Carolan’s TV crime drama Love(...)

Create antiheroes: Tom Vaughan-Lawlor as Nidge in the new series of ‘Love/Hate’

Love/Hate is as good as an American TV drama. This sentence is said often and with surprise. The surprise is that an Irish drama could be so good; 20 (...)