First trailer for Brit wrestling comedy ‘Walk Like a Panther’

Twentieth Century Fox have announced that British comedy Walk Like a Panther will be released in cinemas in UK and Ireland on 9th March, 2018. Starring BAFTA Award nominee Stephen Graham (Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge, Boardwalk Empire), British Independent Film Award winner Dave Johns (I, Daniel Blake), Walk Like a Panther is directed by Dan Cadan, making his feature film debut from his own original screenplay.

Well its often said if you want to check out the cream of the movie crop, you have to go British. I mean come on its no secret we are taking over the Hollywood Film and TV landscape with our talent. However you always get something truly special, funny and unique when you head to the cinema for a British-made movie with British-made stars. And Walk Like a Panther is a great example!

Walk Like a Panther features one hell of an ensemble…
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Def Leppard’s New Music Video Debuting In Guitar Hero Live

Activision and FreeStyleGames are continuing their commitment to add new material to Ghtv, the unique song streaming service that delivers downloadable content for last year’s Guitar Hero Live. The latest batch of songs added to Ghtv’s on-demand Premium Shows include familiar faces like The Strokes and Fall Out Boy, but the most notable addition is three songs by iconic British rock group Def Leppard. Longtime fans of the band can play their classic tune ‘Rock of Ages’, but ‘Let’s Go’ and ‘Dangerous’, two recent tracks from the group’s self-titled 2015 album, are also included, and as a bonus, Ghtv will be the first place fans can view the music video for ‘Dangerous’.

Lead singer Joe Elliott offered his thoughts on the announcement:

“When the idea to premiere our newest music video for ‘Dangerous’ in Guitar Hero Live came about, we were thrilled. The way our fans discover
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Mark Ronson to soundtrack Johnny Depp, Gwyneth Paltrow film Mortdecai

Mark Ronson to soundtrack Johnny Depp, Gwyneth Paltrow film Mortdecai
Mark Ronson will provide the soundtrack to forthcoming Johnny Depp movie Mortdecai.

The producer will digitally release the soundtrack on January 19, the same date as his new album Uptown Special.

Mortdecai was directed by David Koepp and also features Gwyneth Paltrow and Ewan McGregor.

The action comedy stars Depp as a roguish art dealer on the hunt for a stolen painting that holds the code to a bank account full of Nazi gold.

Miles Kane appears on the soundtrack's opening song 'Johanna' while Rose Elinor Dougall features on 'Heart's A Liar'.

Mortdecai will debut on January 23.

Meanwhile, Ronson is set to match Robin Thicke's chart record by scoring a fifth week at number one with 'Uptown Funk'.

The tracklisting for the soundtrack is as follows:

'Johanna (ft. Miles Kane)''Hong Kong''The Farmer's Daughter''The Painted Lady May Be in Play''Spinoza''Los Angeles''Georgina''Heart's a Liar (ft. Rose Elinor Dougall
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Arctic Monkeys' Alex Turner writing 'X-Men-style film' with Miles Kane

Miles Kane and Alex Turner are writing an 'X-Men style film' together.

Speaking about potential future Last Shadow Puppets material Kane told Digital Spy that the pair "always talk" about the group but are prioritising a film.

"It's something we always talk about y'know? But I think we're gonna write this film first anyway before we hit back into that," Kane revealed.

"It's gonna have a sort of X-Men kind of vibe and sort of set in the '60s, but I can't give anymore away than that."

The 'Rearrange' singer added that neither of the pair would have major acting roles in the film, although they could feature in production in some form.

"We're not planning to be [in the film] but we may have a little cameo."

Kane and Turner released The Age of the Understatement under the alias of The Last Shadow Puppets back in 2008, as a side project to
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Clemence Poesy: International Star You Should Know

Clemence Poesy: International Star You Should Know
‘Potter’ Flower

Clemence Poesy, along with Lea Seydoux, is among the hot French exports starring in English-language productions. She’s best known for her roles as Fleur Delacour in the “Harry Potter” saga and Joan of Arc in French drama “The Silence of Joan,” as well as turns in English-lingo indies “127 Hours” and “In Bruges.”

U.K. Connection

A graduate of France’s National Academy of Dramatic Arts, Poesy moved to the U.K. and broke through in English-language TV as Mary, Queen of Scots in 2004 BBC hit miniseries “Gunpowder, Treason & Plot.”

‘Tunnel’ Vision

The 31-year-old actress just made her French TV debut in bilingual thriller “The Tunnel,” co-produced by Canal Plus/Sky Atlantic. “It was quite a challenge to stay in my character through 10 episodes while being directed by five different filmmakers,” she says.

Stage Coach

Poesy, whose father, Etienne Guichard, is a stage director, made her Broadway debut
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What's That Song? Tunes From Recent Trailers

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Ever have that moment when you're watching a trailer but all you can think about is the catchy music playing in the background? We've rounded up a bunch of tracks from recent movie trailers, including three songs from the trailer for That Awkward Moment and another tune from The Wolf of Wall Street's new trailer. Take a look, and listen to our Spotify playlist for all the bumpin' tunes! That Awkward Moment "Ayy Ladies" by Travis Porter ft. Tyga "Come Closer" by Miles Kane "Drunken Hearts" by Wallpaper. About Time "Wake Me Up" by Avicii The Lego Movie "Feel This Moment" by Pitbull ft. Christina Aguilera Get more trailers and tunes after the jump.
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Professor Green lost out on The Voice job

Professor Green narrowly missed out on a coaching role on 'The Voice'. The 'Just Be Good to Green' rapper - who recently married 'Made In Chelsea' beauty Millie Mackintosh - was reportedly shortlisted for Danny O'Donoghue's former seat on the panel of the talent contest, but lost out to Kaiser Chiefs frontman Ricky Wilson because show bosses decided they needed someone more ''indie''. And it has also been claimed that Ricky - who joins Sir Tom Jones, and fellow show newcomer Kylie Minogue on the panel - wasn't even the first choice for the ''indie'' seat, Miles Kane was initially approached
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'Alan Carr: Chatty Man': Alan's top guests and memorable moments

This Friday, Alan Carr: Chatty Man celebrates its 100th episode with special guests Rihanna, Justin Timberlake and David Haye.

To celebrate the landmark, Digital Spy caught up with Alan who talked us through his favourite moments and best ever guests from the 400-odd who have been on the last 11 series of the show.

"To be fair, 400 guests - 50 of them have been David Walliams and 70 of them have been Jls!" Carr told us.

"I'm joking! I love having them on. I know some people are all, 'Oooh, they're on again', but they're so lovely.

"You know the last day of school when you can bring your games in? That's what it's like. You just sit back and let them go for it. They're great."

He added: "My favourite guest? I'm not just saying it because she's on the 100th, but Rihanna. She's game for a laugh and you can just
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