LucasFilm and director J.J. Abrams join forces once again to take viewers on an epic journey to a galaxy far, far away with 'Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker', the riveting conclusion of the seminal Skywalker saga, where new legends will be born and the final battle for freedom is yet to come.
When a nurse (Elizabeth Lail) downloads an app that claims to predict the moment a person will die, it tells her she only has three days to live. With the clock ticking and a figure haunting her, she must find a way to save her life before time runs out.
Set against a gritty London backdrop, Olga Kurylenko plays a tough motorbike courier, whose work is interrupted when she discovers that one of the packages she's transporting is a bomb. It transpires that the gas bomb she carries is set to kill Nick Murch (Amit Shah), the only witness able to testify in Washington DC against ruthless crime lord, Ezekiel Mannings (Gary Oldman). As the British Police and FBI scramble to try and deal with the mess, the mysteriously well-trailed and equipped courier teams up with unlikely partner Nick, to evade Manning's heavily armed goons and make sure that justice is delivered.
Set in an alternate history where masked vigilantes are treated as outlaws, 'Watchmen', from executive producer Damon Lindelof (The Leftovers, Lost), embraces the nostalgia of the original groundbreaking DC graphic novel while breaking new ground of its own. Angela Abar is a woman of many masks. She's a seasoned detective in the Tulsa, Oklahoma, police force, where officers must conceal their identities to protect themselves from terrorists. While investigating a murder close to home, Angela uncovers a far-reaching conspiracy that threatens the future of the world. Regina King leads a formidable cast that includes Jeremy Irons, Don Johnson, Jean Smart and Tim Blake Nelson. Brimming with cutting-edge style, dark humour and outrageous action, these nine episodes follow all-too-human ''superheroes" forced to grapple with an increasingly blurry line between good and evil. Ticktock, ticktock.
Matt Damon and Christian Bale star in a film based on the remarkable true story about Ford Motor Company's attempt to create the world's fastest car. American car designer Carroll Shelby (Damon) and the fearless British-born driver Ken Miles (Bale) together battle corporate interference and the laws of physics to build a revolutionary race car and take on Enzo Ferrari at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in France in 1966.
A once abused woman, Sadie (Olivia Wilde), devotes herself to ridding victims of their domestic abusers, while hunting down the husband she must kill to truly be free. This is a compelling, gritty and highly enthralling revenge thriller with a powerful message.
Scotland. 1994. As the Criminal Justice Bill clamps down on UK rave culture, 'Beats' tells the story of two best mates discovering music, rebellion and the irresistible power of gathered youth. Set to a soundtrack as eclectic and electrifying as the scene it gave birth to, 'Beats' is the story of the jilted generation.
"The Secret Life of Pets 2" continues the story of Max (voice of Patton Oswalt), Gidget (voice of Jenny Slate), Snowball (voice of Kevin Hart) and the rest of the gang as they take on new adventures and are pushed to find the courage to become their own heroes. Explore the emotional lives of our pets - the deep bond between them, the families that love them - and find out what your pets are really doing when you're not at home.
Decades after Sarah Connor prevented Judgment Day, a lethal new Terminator is sent to eliminate the future leader of the resistance. In a fight to save mankind, battle-hardened Sarah Connor teams up with an unexpected ally (Arnold Schwarzenegger) and an enhanced super soldier to stop the deadliest Terminator yet.
When Fred Flarsky (Seth Rogen) reunites with his first crush, one of the most influential women in the world, Charlotte Field (Charlize Theron), he charms her with his self-deprecating humour and his memories of her youthful idealism. As she prepares to make a run for the Presidency, Charlotte hires Fred as her speechwriter and sparks fly.
Gaspar Noe, director of the hugely controversial 'Irreversible', 'Enter the Void' and 'Love', makes a triumphant return with 'Climax' - a visually dazzling feast of music and mayhem, and perhaps his most critically acclaimed work to date. Following a successful rehearsal, a dance troupe set about celebrating with a party. But when it becomes apparent that someone has spiked the sangria, the joyous atmosphere soon transforms into a nightmarish hellscape of violence and twisted carnality as the dancers begin to turn on each other in an orgiastic frenzy. Inspired equally by the worlds of modern dance and esoteric arthouse-horror (chief among them, Dario Argento's Suspiria and Andrzej Zutawski's Possession), 'Climax' - which pulses towards its astonishing conclusion with a thumping score by the likes of Daft Punk, Aphex Twin and Gary Numan - illustrates a director at the height of his hallucinatory filmmaking powers.
Millie (Halle Berry) is a hardworking, tough and protective South Los Angeles single mother with an affection for fostering homeless children. Her neighbour Obie (Daniel Craig) is the local loose cannon - and the only white man - in an area largely inhabited by African American, Latino and Korean people. With racial tensions running high, Millie and Obie appear to be unlikely allies. But following the acquittal of four of the officers accused of beating Rodney King in 1992, the two of them must navigate the gathering chaos as the city erupts in violence and riots.
Ollie (Tessa Thompson) is barely getting by in Little Woods, an economically depressed fracking boomtown in North Dakota. She has left her days of illegally running prescription pills over the Canadian border behind, eyeing a potential new job that would finally break her out of the small town. But when her mother dies, she is reunited with her estranged sister Deb (Lily James), who faces a mounting crisis: the combined effect of an unplanned pregnancy and a deadbeat ex (James Badge Dale). The two find they have one week to settle the mortgage on their mother's house or face foreclosure. As both bills and pressure mount, Ollie faces a choice: whether to return to a way of life she thought she'd left behind for just one more score, or to leave it all behind.
A shocking exorcism spirals out of control, claiming the life of a young woman. Months later, Megan Reed (Shay Mitchell) is working the graveyard shift in the morgue when she takes delivery of a disfigured cadaver. Locked alone inside the basement corridors, Megan begins to experience horrifying visions and starts to suspect that the body may be possessed by a ruthless demonic force.
Nine-year-old Harley (Finlay Wojtak-Hissong) and his family attend a taping of his favourite variety kids' show. 'The Banana Split's, unaware that its eponymous animatronic rock band just learned their show has been cancelled - and the band's not gonna let that happen. As the Banana Splits break from their programming and wreak havoc all over the soundstage, the body count rises. Harley, his mum and their new pals must escape the Splits or remain their audience...forever.