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Gemini Man


Gemini Man is a rarity: a big-budget Hollywood sci-fi-action movie based on an original concept, ratherthan on a superhero comic or an old TV series, eventhough this particular original concept is morethan 20 years old. In it, a government assassin isbeing hunted down by his own clone. The originalscript was sold by Darren Lemke to a studio in1997, and since then almost every male A-lister hasbeen attached as a potential star. Now, at long last,Ang Lee has directed Gemini Man, and he's used cutting-edge digital de-aging to let Will Smithplay both the veteran assassin and his much younger doppelganger. In the latter role, Smithlooks as fresh-faced as he did when he was The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.


Jojo Rabbit


During World War Two, a 10-year-old German boy (Roman Griffin Davis) is desperate to be adutiful Nazi, only to discover that his mother (Scarlett Johansson) is hiding a Jewish girl(Thomasin McKenzie) in their house. It may not sound like the stuff of a big-hearted comedy,but Taika Waititi can make anything warm and funny, from vampires (What We Do in theShadows) to intergalactic superheroes (Thor: Ragnarok) to delinquent New Zealanders (Huntfor the Wilderpeople). As well as writing and directing Jojo Rabbit – the winner of the People'sChoice Award at the Toronto International Film Festival – Waititi co-stars as the boy'simaginary friend, a nitwitted Adolf Hitler.


Terminator: Dark Fate


It's been a long while since a Terminator sequel has been worth getting excited about.Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines wasn't up to much, and Terminator: Salvation andTerminator Genisys were both so faulty that they almost consigned the franchise to thescrapheap. So, what's different about Terminator: Dark Fate? Well, for the first time sinceTerminator: Judgment Day in 1991, Linda Hamilton is playing Sarah Connor, Edward Furlong isJohn Connor, and James Cameron is the producer – if not the writer-director. In short, youcan pretend that this is the real Terminator 3, and that none of the other sequels ever existed.


Maleficent: Mistress of Evil


Here's another chance to see Angelina Jolie with wings, horns, pointy prosthetic cheekbones,and a vaguely English accent. In 2014 she starred in Maleficent, Disney's live-action remake ofthe Sleeping Beauty cartoon from 1959. The twist was that the eponymous wicked fairywasn't so wicked, after all, and that the real villain was the father of Princess Aurora (ElleFanning). The sequel's subtitle promises that Maleficent will actually be malevolent this timearound, her change of heart prompted by Aurora's engagement to a handsome prince (HarrisDickinson) with a sneaky mother (Michelle Pfeiffer). The subsequent all-out war between demonsand humans looks as if it will be less fairy tale, more Game of Thrones series finale.


Doctor Sleep


It's either very brave or very stupid to make a sequel to one of the greatest horror movies incinema history, but Mike Flanagan has done it. His new film is adapted from Stephen King'snovel, Doctor Sleep, which was a sequel to The Shining. But Flanagan says that it also "existsvery much in the same cinematic universe" as Stanley Kubrick's film of The Shining, so you canexpect to see blood gushing from lifts, spooky twin girls, headache-inducing carpet patterns,and plenty more Kubrickian imagery. Ewan McGregor stars as Danny Torrance, the boy withpsychic powers in the 1980 film. Now a middle-aged hospital counsellor, he is chased by an evilcult led by Rebecca Ferguson's Rose the Hat. Time to check into the Overlook Hotel?



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