The cast is back for Alice Through the Looking Glass, and it's looking even more mental this time around. George Clooney is up in a drama from director Jodie Foster and there's a comedy shot in Ireland called Love and Friendship.
Alice Through the Looking Glass
Six years after the blockbuster success of Wonderland, Alice is back and she's heading through the looking glass for more crazy adventures. Director Tim Burton has stepped aside in favour of The Muppets' James Bobbins, and the cast is all back including Mia Wasikowska, Johnny Depp, Alan Rickman, Anne Hathaway and newcomer Sacha Baron Cohen.
George Clooney headlines this dramatic thriller from director Jodie Foster. When a TV news show is taken over by a young man with a bomb (Jack O'Connell) things start to get very hectic indeed. It's a riveting watch filled with great performances and some great tension. Also starring Julie Roberts and Dominic West.
Love and Friendship
The Last Days of Disco director Whit Stillman reunites his two stars from that film - Kate Beckinsale and Chloë Sevigny for a very different tale. It's an adaptation of Jane Austen's Lady Susan which is set in the late 1700s and was shot around Ireland last year, including at Newbridge House in Co. Dublin. And it looks absolutely hilarious.