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  • Liverpool cinema plans Groundhog Day marathon

    21 Jan Ever feel like January is like a month of Mondays? Suffering from Janxiety? Jannui getting to you? Well a cinema in Liverpool knows how you feel - it's showing Groundhog Day 12 times in the space of 24 hours.

  • Movie Round-Up: What's showing this week

    21 Jan There's plenty to see in the cinema this week and if you want a helping hand in deciding what to go to, here are all of our movie reviews in one place.

  • Star Wars: Episode VIII release pushed back

    21 Jan Bad news for Star Wars fans as the release date of Episode VIII is pushed back by seven months to December 2017.

  • The Assassin

    21 Jan Hou Hsiao-hsien won Best Director at Cannes for his latest, magisterial film, which is only a martial arts picture in name, relying on the mysteries of human relations rather than on lengthy sword-fighting scenes.

  • Jennifer Lawrence to play Fidel Castro's lover

    20 Jan Oscar nominee Jennifer Lawrence will play former Cuban president and revolutionary leader Fidel Castro's lover Marita Lorenz in an upcoming romantic spy drama.

  • Rising Star: Room's Jacob Tremblay

    20 Jan Room star Jacob Tremblay may have got snubbed at this year's Oscars but the adorable 9-year-old has already won the hearts of people around the globe. Here's why he's one of the coolest little dudes on the planet.

  • Movie trailers coming thick and fast

    20 Jan Hot on the heels of the full length trailer for the DC Comics film Suicide Squad, there's also a teaser for another DC comic creation, Wonder Woman and the first railer Bad Neighbours 2 starring Seth Rogen and Zac Efron.

  • Jamie Foxx saves man from burning truck

    20 Jan Jamie Foxx has proven to be an off-screen hero after saving a man from a burning truck in California.

  • Saoirse Ronan and Hozier make Forbes Top 30 List

    19 Jan Saoirse Ronan, Hozier and Rory McIlroy have all been named in the entertainment category in the first Top 30 Under 30 Europe list, compiled by US business magazine Forbes.

  • Winslet backs DiCaprio over Fassbender for Oscars

    19 Jan Kate Winslet has said that while her Steve Jobs co-star Michael Fassbender gave an "extraordinary" performance, it's Leonardo DiCaprio's year to take home some Oscar glory in the Best Actor category.

  • Rebellion star to be honoured at pre-Oscars bash

    19 Jan Rebellion star Sarah Greene is to be honoured alongside Snow Patrol and James Corden at the US-Ireland Alliance's Oscar Wilde Awards, which will be held ahead of the Oscars next month.

  • The Big Short director gets author's approval

    19 Jan Director Adam McKay has revealed that The Big Short author, Michael Lewis, was "overjoyed" with his film adaptation.

  • Exclusive Clip: Irish thriller Strangerland

    18 Jan With Irish-backed movies sweeping all before them at the box-office and during awards season, cinema-goers will soon be able to enjoy another Irish-made film - Strangerland, a thriller set in the Australian Outback starring Nicole Kidman.

  • Coogan and Reilly to star as Laurel and Hardy

    18 Jan British actor Steve Coogan and US actor John C Reilly will play comedy greats Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy in a new biopic which will focus on the duo's 1953 comeback tour.

  • Weekend movie awards - who won what

    18 Jan The Critics' Choice Awards were held in the US at the weekend, while the London Film Critics' Circle also announced its winners.

  • Irish Oscar hopefuls continue awards run

    18 Jan As the countdown to the Oscars continues, the Irish films Brooklyn and Room were once again among the winners at awards ceremonies in the UK and US at the weekend.

  • Steve Carell not short of praise for Ryan Gosling

    18 Jan Steve Carell exclusively told TEN he was impressed with Ryan Gosling's improvisation on The Big Short saying "you never know what's going to come out of his mouth".

  • Critics' Circle Film Awards includes Irish nods

    17 Jan Organisers of the London Critics' Circle Film Awards have extended the British categories to include Irish talent, with Colin Farrell, Michael Fassbender and Saoirse Ronan among the nominees.

  • Eoin Colfer has set new Iron Man novel in Ireland

    16 Jan Irish author Eoin Colfer, who was commissioned by Marvel Comics to write the next Iron Man novel, has set Tony Stark's latest story in Dublin and it will features well-known landmarks like the Convention Centre and the Samuel Beckett Bridge.

  • Amy director praises Irish Oscar nominees

    16 Jan Amy director Asif Kapadia - an Oscar contender himself - has praised Ireland's unprecedented nine Academy Award nominations, describing it as "a remarkable achievement".