Boldly go to the cinema this month and enjoy a new voyage into space, a resurgent Bourne and a rebooted Ghostbusters
From the origins of hip-hop in The Get Down to the return of OITNB, there's something for everyone
Women behaving badly Edina and Patsy bring some much-needed fizz to gloomy British summer
Culture minister Vladimir Medinsky accuses US of using online streaming service to 'creep into our heads'
Take The Week's quiz to see whether you're a mere muggle or a full-blown wizard
'Old foes become new allies', according to new synopsis, but fans say it raises as many questions as it answers
Tom Holland arrives at Pinewood Studios in Atlanta to shoot first solo outing as web-slinger Peter Parker
Cinema death during Indian screening of horror film leads to upsurge of supernatural panic and fascination online
JJ Abrams leads the tributes after actor is killed in a freak accident at his home in Los Angeles
Deliciously dark fantasy horror is 'like nothing else in cinema this year'
Movie buffs can enjoy everything from Still Alice to The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas
Actor says the EU has promoted gay equality, but there is still work to be done in many countries
Romance about a carer and her rich patient has troubling attitudes to disability and women, say critics
Magical nanny will revisit grown-up Banks siblings to help them survive a 'personal loss'
Duncan Jones's epic fantasy of Orcs and humans has potential to break the video-game film curse
Teaser gives a sneak peak of the Harry Potter actress as Belle in Disney's live-action take on its classic cartoon
I, Daniel Blake praised for its 'unblinking neorealist simplicity' as it scoops Cannes' top prize
Seven great Amazon Prime shows to watch before former Top Gear star's show begins in autumn
A jaw-dropping gross-out horror thriller about the modelling industry becomes most booed film in Cannes
While Captain America is flying high, Brian Singer's overreaching mutant saga seems to have hit a wall