An all-female extravaganza sees Sandra Bullock (The Blind Side), Cate Blanchett (Elizabeth) and Anne Hathaway (Les Misérables) come together in Gary Ross’s star-studded spin-off of Steven Soderbergh’s Ocean’s trilogy. Following her release from prison, Debbie Ocean (a cunning Bullock) recruits a crew of eight, including Cate Blanchett as her right-hand woman, to carry out an unbelievably ambitious heist at New York City’s glitzy annual Met Gala. All eyes are on celebrity Daphne Kluger’s (Hathaway) $150-million diamond necklace as the savvy women-only squad stage a robbery like no other – all the while attempting not to raise a single eyebrow. Mindy Kaling (The Mindy Project), Sarah Paulson (American Crime Story), Awkwafina, Rihanna, Helena Bonham Carter (The King’s Speech), Richard Armitage (The Hobbit) and James Corden (Gavin & Stacey) round off an ensemble cast.
In sensitive and unshrinking style, Academy Award-winning director Kevin Macdonald shines new and piercing light on the rise and fall of one of the music industries’ most iconic superstars, Whitney Houston. His documentary deftly chronicles Whitney Houston’s stratospheric rise to stardom on the world stage, and pieces together previously unseen home video, exclusive demo recordings, rare performance footage and interviews with those closest to the ballad-belting diva. Underlying the starry story is the darker side of Whitney Houston's life: a turbulent marriage to American rapper Bobby Brown - a possible catalyst to the singer’s self-destructive battle with drug addiction - and some oppressive family secrets. We witness a brilliant career turn to chaos, scandal and the death of woman that moved millions. Revisiting one of the most tragic stories in pop-music history, Whitney is a salient testament to incandescent talent and tragic finales.
A decade after Mamma Mia! The Movie, we’re heading back to the Greek island of Kalokairi for another joyful and infectious musical based on the songs of ABBA. Ten years on from the events of the first movie, Sophie (Seyfried) is pregnant and wants to learn more about her mother’s past. The film begins to flit between past and present as Sophie learns the trials Donna (Streep) went through before she was born, and how those experiences could solve her own worries. Lily James (Baby Driver, Darkest Hour) joins the fun under the sun to play Donna’s younger self, while Jeremy Irvine, Hugh Skinner and Josh Dylan feature as young Sam, Harry and Bill respectively.