Jason Bourne

It’s been four years since The Bourne Legacy hit screens, meaning that the time is drawing near for the fifth film in the franchise, Jason Bourne.

With Matt Damon (The Departed, The Martian) returning to the role of Jason Bourne, the trained assassin unexpectedly reappears at a time which coincides with the creation of a new programme, brought about to hunt him down. While the plot remains – on the most part – under wraps, the fifth instalment is sure to be as action-packed as ever.

Also starring Alicia Vikander (The Danish Girl, Ex Machina), Julia Stiles (Mona Lisa Smile, The Omen) and Vincent Cassel (Child 44, Black Swan), you can catch the next chapter of Bourne’s story in cinemas from July 27.


Legend of Tarzan

Along with writers Adam Cozad (Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit) and Craig Brewer (Footloose), director David Yates (Harry Potter 5 – 8) has brought a whole new angle to the legendary tale of Tarzan.

Legend of Tarzan doesn’t begin in the jungle, as you may expect. Instead, Tarzan – played by Alexander Skarsgård (Battleship, Hidden), has left his former self behind and is now living in London as Lord Greystoke along with wife Jane (Margot Robbie: The Wolf of Wall Street, Focus).

After being invited back to the Congo to serve as a trade emissary for the British Parliament, it isn’t long until instinct kicks in and Greystoke reverts to his old ways. Find out what happens when he returns to his natural habitat from July 8.



Thirty-two years ago, supernatural comedy Ghostbusters came bursting onto our screens and became a roaring box office success. Now the wait is over for its army of patient fans, as the reboot launches in cinema across the UK on July 15.

When Erin Gilbert is hired by Columbia University, she can’t believe her luck – but then a book she published a few years previously, about ghosts being real, comes to light and she is laughed out of her job.

However, when Manhattan is invaded by ghosts, the city needs Erin’s (and the rest of the team’s) help to banish the powerful demon once and for all.

With director, Paul Feig, offering his original take on the supernatural comedy and Kristen Wiig (The Martian, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty), Melissa McCarthy (Bridesmaids, The Hangover Part III), Kate McKinnon (Ted 2, My Best Day) and Leslie Jones (Trainwreck, Wrongfully Accused) stepping into the ghost busting shoes, the remake is witty and well worth a watch.



Based on Roald Dahl’s beloved children’s novel of the same name, a young girl named Sophie befriends a big, friendly giant - the BFG (Mark Rylance: Wolf Hall, Bridge of Spies).

Together with the BFG, Sophie, played by Ruby Barnhill (4 O’Clock Club), set out on an adventure to catch the terrifying, man-eating giants who force the people of England to cower in their beds at night.

A classic story and a favourite amongst both younger and older generations, The BFG is a fantastic film for people of all ages. Enchanting and magical, this is definitely a Disney to watch on the big screen. You can see it in cinemas from July 22.