2. Late-period Allen is like a family-sized box of Roses on Stephen’s Day; it’s still chocolate, but the purple ones are long gone.
3.Steve Carell took over from Bruce Willis, who dropped out due to “scheduling issues”.
4. Not the first name that would spring to mind.
5. There’s still no sign of Allen’s TV show for Amazon. It doesn’t sound good, though.
6. Broadsheet prognosis: If you can’t be good, be funny.
Release Date: August 12.
3. The Neon Demon will premiere at Cannes in May. It’s Refn’s third consecutive movie screened in competition.
4. This looks like another exercise in style over substance.
5. Broadsheet prognosis: Blacker Swan.
What you may need to know:
1. Oh yes. The Shelby brand goes global.
2. Series 3 opens with Tommy’s wedding. But is the blushing bride Horsey May Carleton (Charlotte Riley) or Grace “will I stand up on a chair and sing a song for you, Tommy” Burgess (Annabelle Wallis)??
3.Tom Hardy returns as psycho Alfie Solomons and Paddy Considine debuts as the Blinders’ new nemesis, a dodgy priest (fancy that).
4. Major Campbell (Sam Neill) is surely a goner. To be shot once is unfortunate etc..
5. Quite simply, Peaky Blinders is one of the best things on TV. If you’re not on board yet then Series 1 & 2 are on Netflix.
3. There’s an album on the way too. Comedy gold.
4.The Office wasn’t funny if you happened to work in one.
5. Don’t feed him and he’ll just go away. Until the next Golden Globes.
6. This is what will become of Leather Jacket Guy in 5 to 10 years’ time. Take heart.
7. Broadsheet prognosis: A cold, hard look into the empty soul of Ricky Gervais.
Release Date: August 19.