Detainment tells the story of James Bulgers' death from a new, and oft-maligned, point of view. Express.co.uk spoke to psychologist Katie Woodland (MSc, BA, MBPsS, SNHS) about the movie, the backlash following its Oscar nomination, and the nature of evil.
Michael Socha is best known as Harvey in This Is England, but the Derby-born actor has starred on stage and TV. He recently joined Rami Malek and Charlie Hunnam in Papillon. Ahead of its release, he spoke exclusively to Express.co.uk.
★★★★★ The Hate U Give is equal parts love, anger, empathy, and indescribable brilliance, and should be required viewing for everyone living in today's day and age.
Deadpool cult favourite Dopinder was a stand out character in the sequel. Karan Soni spoke exclusively to Express.co.uk about the Deadpool 2, his upcoming project, and diversity on screen.
★★★★★ The Wife is a slowly blossoming flower of a film, and with each purposeful minute that passes some new, beautiful, horrible revelation occurs until it ends in a fireworks display of emotion.
★★★★★ BlacKkKlansman’s humour is not a security blanket and BlacKkKlansman is a deeply unsettling film not only because it challenges the average WASP to imagine themselves in the shoes of a person of colour, but because it calls white people out directly.
Gemma Arterton has had a varied career, from the West End to the silver screen. Gemma spoke to Express.co.uk at an exclusive Q&A for the screening of The Escape, her latest cinematic undertaking which places her at the centre of a marriage in disillusionment.
Hollywood will only move on from the Me Too scandal if women take a turn in the director’s chair and try to close the gender gap, according to Half The Picture documentary director Amy Adrion who spoke exclusively to Express.co.uk at the Sundance Film Festival.
‘I SURVIVED’. These are the words of filmmaker Jennifer Fox who fought to bring her own story of sexual abuse as a teenager to the big screens in the wake of the Me Too movement. As the Sundance film festival comes to London, Express.co.uk spoke to Jennifer Fox about her autobiographical movie The Tale starring Laura Dern.
At the end of the day, I could sink into the cocoon of my duvet and stop my negative thoughts—about my career, my choices, my texting habits—dead in their tracks. I’d type “cake decorating” into Instagram and proceed to zone out on video after video of people assembling and icing beautiful cakes. After bad days, I might watch two dozen before my mind let go of the day and I could drift off to sleep.