Tuesday Mar 4
Beyond the Screen iPad app uses sound recognition to sync with Simon Pegg's Cornetto Trilogy
Universal has teamed with Stereo for an iPad companion app designed to give you more info about Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and director Edgar Wright's Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy than ever before.
The Cardboard Connection
2014 Rittenhouse Star Trek Movies Autographs Gallery and Guide
It might not be the Star Trek that a lot of people grew up with, but J.J. Abrams' two reboot films have helped reinvigorate the franchise.
Simon Pegg entertains co-star Lake Bell as they share a beer while...
Notorious bully Native American tribal leader shot her 19-year-old niece dead as she cradled her baby during eviction hearing Having more sex boosts your intelligence, say psychologists I'll drink to that! Simon Pegg entertains co-star Lake Bell as they share a beer while taking a break on the set of Man Up And Simon Pegg appeared to have ... (more)
Frost fires up the dance floor
Nobody puts Nick Frost in the corner... The funny sidekick takes centre stage in new dance comedy Cuban Fury, and he's as proud as punch, Shereen Low discovers.
Nick Frost follows the fine tradition of big guys who can shake it on the dancefloor
After a string of screen hits as comic sidekick to his best pal Simon Pegg, the Shaun of the Dead star gas struck out with a Pegg-free starring role in Cuban Fury There's a fine tradition of big guys who can shake it up on the dancefloor.
Cuban Fury - Review
Frost in a comedy about salsa dancing sounds like the kind of comedy that's going to dance to a particular beat - the physical variety where the embarrassing pratfalls of a large guy take centre stage.
Alan Dee's movie preview: Strictly speaking, Cuban Fury is a cha-cha-charmer
Here's the pitch - lardy Nick Frost, Simon Pegg's oppo in Hot Fuzz and the rest, as a twinkle-toed salsa dancer? Add in current queen of all she surveys Olivia Coleman and you've got the recipe for a feelgood Brit hit of reduced budget, clear if limited aspiration and plenty to make you smile.
Movie review: Burke and Hare
Based on the true story of two 19th century body snatchers, Burke and Hare find themselves in the business of supplying corpses to a medical school for dissection.