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  • Irish film shortlisted for Monaco Film Festival

    17 Nov Independent Irish feature film North Circular Road has been selected for the 13th Angel Film Awards at the 2015 Monaco International Film Festival.

  • Exclusive: First look at Will Smith's Concussion

    17 Nov The trailer for Will Smith's new movie Concussion, based on a true story, has been released - and you can watch it here first.

  • Kate Winslet says Liam Hemsworth is a sweetheart

    17 Nov Kate Winslet said that Liam Hemsworth, her love interest in The Dressmaker, was a "real sweetheart", admitting that it wasn't a bad day in the office filming scenes with him.

  • Neeson says silence was golden on Scorsese set

    16 Nov With his new historical drama Silence nearing completion, Liam Neeson has said that the film's director, Martin Scorsese, proved to be a very hard taskmaster and, ironically, required absolute silence on set.

  • Coronation Street star Saeed Jaffrey dies

    16 Nov Saeed Jaffrey, the veteran Indian actor whose career spanned six decades and who was the patriarch of the first Asian family in Coronation Street, has died. He was 86 and had suffered a brain haemorrhage.

  • Star Wars planning return to the Kingdom

    13 Nov Disney Lucasfilm could soon be returning to Kerry to shoot scenes for the next Star Wars movie, Episode: VIII. It's understood the scenes will be shot on the Ceann Sibéal headland at the western end of the Dingle Peninsula next year.

  • Bidding war for Irish stars' new thriller

    12 Nov After a scramble among distributors, a deal has been done for the US rights to Free Fire, the new thriller which stars Cillian Murphy and Jack Reynor.

  • Ronan Keating begins filming WWII drama

    12 Nov Singer Ronan Keating is continuing to pursue his acting dreams and has begun filming a World War II drama, Another Mother's Son, set on the island of Jersey.

  • Star Wars actors pay tribute to late fan

    11 Nov Star Wars: The Force Awakens actors John Boyega and Peter Mayhew are among those who have paid tribute to Daniel Fleetwood, the terminally ill fan who was the subject of a global campaign to allow him to see the blockbuster before his passing.