Remakes and sequels appear to be everywhere these days. Cinemas and TV are full of secondhand stories. If filmmakers really want to capture our imaginations then they are going to have to come up with something original
The Boys, Amazon Prime: "SOme of the most entertaining TV of 2019". Why the hotly-anticipated superhero series The Boys flips the genre on its head and takes a departure from Marvel's goodie-two shoes image.
Rolling Stones front man, Mick Jagger, has quietly pursued a second career as an actor on the big screen. We discover that his film career has rather been more hit and miss than his fame would suggest.
With the school holidays fast approaching and with the British weather being notoriously unreliable when it comes to serving up bouts of sunshine, the cinema remains the go-to place for a reliable supply of summer entertainment.
Eight hours of the 1980s: Stranger Things season three is a rollercoaster ride that brings back some of the momentum lost in season two. Here's a review that isn't full of spoilers for those of you that haven't blocked out the time required to binge-watch the latest outing in Hawkins, Indiana.
"It will be wonderful for us to see Cliff again when he appears on TV. We all miss him so much" Ipswich Waterfront café owner Anna Matthews prepares to watch her appearance on Channel 4's Drag SOS which was filmed before the death of her beloved husband.
Film-maker Danny Boyle's latest film Yesterday is a collaboration with romantic comedy legend Richard Curtis and tells the story of a young musician who through a quirk of fate finds himself reintroducing the music of The Beatles to the world. We spoke to Danny about the film and the joys of shooting in Suffolk
Richard Curtis, the writer who gave the world Blackadder and Four Weddings and a Funeral, has just finished work on Yesterday which celebrates the allure of pop stardom, the music of The Beatles and the beauty of the Suffolk coast. We spoke to him about assembling this heady cocktail
New TV makeover show that blends Queer Eye with RuPaul's Drag Race comes to Ipswich to give three people including Waterfront café a dramatic new drag persona to help them face the future and sashay through tough times.
As the new Suffolk-filmed movie Yesterday hits cinema screens this week, local democracy reporter Jason Noble caught up with Screen Suffolk to find out just how important it is for filming in the county
From Latitude, to the Ramsholt Inn and the Lowestoft to Norwich bus - they all feature in Richard Curtis' Suffolk-set rom-com, Yesterday, in which Ed Sheeran stars as the calm, ultra-chilled Ed Sheeran.
Outdoor cinema has really taken off during the last few summers and this year there are more screenings than ever. Here is our guide to the films showing in Suffolk and north Essex which will brighten those gorgeous summer evenings.