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  • Fassbender lining up 'hell' of a role as serial killer

    04 May Oscar-nominated Kerry actor Michael Fassbender is in talks to portray a real-life Austrian serial killer in his new film, Entering Hades.

  • Streep learning curve - Hugh Grant had the fear

    04 May Hugh Grant has told TEN that he was filled with fear when he signed up to star alongside triple Oscar winner Meryl Streep in their new musical-comedy biopic Florence Foster Jenkins.

  • Irish stars out in style at Met Gala

    03 May Irish stars including Saoirse Ronan, Colin Farrell and Caitriona Balfe were out in their stylish best for Monday night's annual Met Gala.

  • Maze not a Runner while star recovers from injuries

    30 Apr Production on The Death Cure, the third movie in the Maze Runner series, has been suspended indefinitely as star Dylan O'Brien recovers from injuries he sustained on set in British Columbia, Canada in March.

  • Exclusive First Look: Clooney, Roberts in Money Monster

    28 Apr Jodie Foster directs the new tense thriller Money Monster starring George Clooney and Julia Roberts, check out an exclusive clip featuring the two Hollywood A-listers here.

  • Bono goes eighties gaga over Sing Street

    28 Apr Bono loves Sing Street, John Carney's movie about a fledgling eighties band in Dublin, so much that he has released a statement in which he says that U2 were never as good as the kids in the movie.

  • Demolition

    26 Apr It would really be an injustice if Jake Gyllenhall isn't nominated for a Best Actor Oscar next January for Demolition, a flawed yet deeply moving meditation on grief from Dallas Buyers Club director Jean-Marc Vallée.

  • Avengers star says Irish women stop you in your tracks

    27 Apr Captain America: Civil War star Anthony Mackie has spoken about his love of Irish women, saying they "stop you in your tracks!"

  • Captain America: Civil War

    27 Apr A compelling twist on the superhero genre, Civil War sees every comic book fan's dreams come true as the Avengers fracture and go head-to-head in battle. Cue one heck of an amazing action sequence!

  • Mattress Mick film sets up sleeper hit in spring teaser

    27 Apr The Irish documentary Mattress Men, which tells the story of Dublin retailer Michael 'Mattress Mick' Flynn, beds down with its world premiere at the prestigious Hot Docs festival in Toronto next week, and in the spring teaser it looks like a sleeper hit.

  • Daisy Ridley's lightsaber skills are out of this world

    26 Apr Star Wars fans got a glimpse of Daisy Ridley's impressive lightsaber skills during her final showdown with Kylo Ren in Episode VII: The Force Awakens - and it looks like the fun has just begun for the Jedi-in-training.

  • New Mel Gibson, Jeff Bridges films for Cannes 2016

    23 Apr The David Mackenzie-directed Hell or High Water, starring Jeff Bridges will be shown at Cannes next month, as will Blood Father, a revenge thriller starring Mel Gibson.

  • George feels 'like an idiot' when talking to Amal

    23 Apr "Oftentimes, I feel like an idiot talking to my own wife," 54-year old actor George Clooney says of Amal in an interview with Esquire.

  • Movie Round-Up: What's on this weekend

    22 Apr It's a bumper week this week with Miles Davis biopic Miles Ahead, Idris Elba's action-thriller Bastille Day and the Gabriel Byrne-starring family drama Louder than Bombs among the movies opening.

  • Bastille Day

    21 Apr John Byrne enjoys Idris Elba and Richard Madden's double act as a CIA maverick and a pickpocket who work together to find out who planted a deadly bomb in Paris - and why.

  • Iron Man experience steeled director for Jungle Book

    21 Apr The Jungle Book director Jon Favreau has told TEN that he did not consider remaking the Disney classic as the biggest gamble of his career, and that the experience of bringing Marvel's Iron Man to the big screen stood him in good stead.

  • Louder than Bombs

    21 Apr Louder than Bombs is teetering on the edge of greatness but it has a ways to go yet. The film is led manfully - and woman-fully - to that edge by the two leads, Gabriel Byrne and Isabelle Huppert as an embattled mother and father to two boys.

  • Charlie Murphy in on sister act in new Brontë drama

    21 Apr Rebellion star Charlie Murphy is reuniting with Happy Valley writer-director Sally Wainwright for a new feature-length BBC One drama about sibling writers the Brontës in which she will play the youngest sister, Anne.

  • Heigl embarrassed by Grey's Anatomy Emmy drama

    21 Apr Former Grey's Anatomy star Katherine Heigl says she regrets the way she handled herself when she withdrew her name from Emmy Award consideration in 2008.