Stage and screen actor Francesca Annis talks about the cult of celebrity, going nude for Roman Polanski and the pressure of playing a famous beauty
Charles Gant: Seven years after Superman Returns debuted disappointingly, the series reboot has opened faster than a speeding bullet
Rebecca Lowe: Filmmaker says Beatrice Mtetwa's use of the rule of law is 'her means of resistance against the regime'
Stuart Heritage: Everyone's favourite gang of magical nylon-haired quadrupeds pursue a bad pony through a magic mirror to Earth where they, er, become normal US girls. Pass the booze, let's get started
Disney hopes Where's My Mickey? game and short-form series will appeal to the current generation of 6-14 year-olds. By Stuart Dredge
Antonio Banderas and Martin Sheen already signed up to appear in The 33, based on true-life tale of rescued miners, writes Ben Child
An atmospheric, quintessentially Scandinavian cinema in Sweden's capital
Watch the trailer for Disney's new film, a 3D animated adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen's The Snow Queen
Ben Child: Special effects maestro is preparing directorial comeback with films shot with latest higher frame rate technology
Paul Owen: Lotfy Nathan's account of young bikers on the rough streets familiar from The Wire illuminates Baltimore's social divisions
Watch the trailer for 12 O'Clock Boys, the new documentary directed by Lotfy Nathan about urban dirt-bike cruising in Baltimore
Ben Child: The Hollywood studio spins a larger web with the films scheduled for release in the summers of 2016 and 2018
Third Point urges Japanese company to create independent board to run partially spun-off entertainment arm
In 2002 she starred in a classic Australian film. In a rare – and shocking – interview, the actor explains what happened next
Traditionally, few men have engaged in dressing up for fun, but thanks to the rise of gaming, a new generation of men are becoming more interested in costume and 'cosplay'