Barbra Streisand is to sing at the Oscars, adding to performances by Adele and appearances by (possibly) all six Bond actors.
Easy A director Will Gluck is to direct a remake of Annie, with music by Jay Z and a script by Emma Thompson and the writer of The Devil Wears Prada.
Ensemble comedy Movie 43, which has been branded the “worst film ever” is climbing the box office charts.
Cronenberg, better known for directing The Fly, is to act in a film called Body Art.
Jessica Chastain has been in over a dozen films in the two years since she appeared on our radar in Take Shelter in 2010. This year she received her second Oscar nomination, for her portrayal of the CIA agent who found Osama Bin Laden in Zero Dark Thirty. She also won a Golden Globe for the role. This flame-haired beauty continues to impress us as she turns out wonderful performance after wonderful performance. Is there nothing she can’t do?
You read right, Mean Girls: The Musical is almost certainly coming to Broadway.
Paul Giamatti could play Spider-Man’s nemesis, Rhino, in new film set for 2014 release.
Fruitvale has won the U.S Grand Jury Prize and the Audience Award at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.
Argo, Daniel Day-Lewis and Jennifer Lawrence won the top prizes at the Screen Actors Guild awards.
In celebration of Burns Night, we at Best for Film have compiled our favourite Scottish films, whether they be set in Scotland, or made by Scottish directors, all these films have made a name for themselves internationally as well as domestically, proving that Scotland has a rich cinematic history. In no particular order, these films are all worthy of a watch, or a second watch if you’ve already seen them. With so much to be patriotic about, ol’ Rabbie Burns would be proud.