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Prop Store’s Iconic Auction Returns

This September, fans can make their wildest dreams come true with the chance to buy their very own slice of cinema history. For the fifth year in a row, ODEON are partnering with Prop Store for what has become the UK’s bi...
 
 
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The Dam Busters

The Dam Busters is director Michael Anderson’s (Logan’s Run, Around The World In Eighty Days) tour de force re-telling of the legendary World War II Dam Busters bombing raid.  Supplying the water for Germany’s steel-making indu...
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
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When I First Saw Star Wars

It’s 1978. Doctor Who has just become Worzel Gummidge. Milk is 15p a pint and TVs still come in black and white and colour. But for me, 1978 will always mean one thing: Star Wars. The phenomena that was Star Wars opened in New ...
 
 
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Westfield Open Air Cinema Launches

Westfield today unveiled its month long celebration of the city’s booming food scene in partnership with London Evening Standard Food Month (LFM). This June, Westfield is inviting visitors on a food journey across both of its L...
 
 
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Star Wars Surprises At The O2

Star Wars is possibly the world’s most talked about, written about, and documented film franchise. So exactly how does an exhibition about the world’s favourite dysfunctional family bring something fresh and new to the table &#...

 
 
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Star Wars Is Pure Indulgence

Martin Dew, the ex-director of international sales and marketing at Lucasfilm THX, will be opening the gates to the Lucasfilm estate to provide visitors with a first-hand perspective of what goes on behind the silver screen dur...
 
 
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Force Is Strong At London Film & Comic Con

Showmasters’ London Film & Comic Con Spring will be taking over the London Olympia on Saturday 27th & Sunday 28th of February 2016.  London Film & Comic Con Spring will bring you some of your favourite stars from TV...

 
 
Features
 

When I First Saw Star Wars

It’s 1978. Doctor Who has just become Worzel Gummidge. Milk is 15p a pint and TVs still come in black and white and colour. But for me, 1978 will always mean one thing: Star Wars. The phenomena that was Star Wars opened in New ...
 
 
Features
 

Don’t Blame The Superheroes

Last week Cinema Editor James Hay posed a question regarding the saturation of superhero movies in cinema. Let’s be honest, a look at next year’s big tent-pole movies tells its own story. We’re talking: Batman Vs Superman, Suic...