David Bowie is Happening Now – before the V&A’s Bowie exhibition leaves the UK to go on an international tour, 200 cinemas across the UK will feature interviews with people such as photographer Terry O’Neill as they discuss some of the objects included in the exhibition. Details about the film and where you can see it can be found here.
Foxfire – based on the novel by Joyce Carol Oates, this drama looks at a group of young girls in upstate New York who form their own gang. No official site but there is some more information on IMDb here, the film will be showing at key cities only.
Grown Ups 2 – sequel to the 2010 comedy, with most of the cast returning, starring Adam Sandler and Salma Hayek. Sandler has moved his family back to the town where he grew up and we follow him and his friends on their kids last day at school. The official site is here and the film will be showing at most cinemas across the UK.
The Long Ranger – The Social Network’s (2010) Armie Hammer stars as the titular man of the law, accompanied by native American compadre Tonto (Johnny Depp). Difficult to see how this will play out in this country as Westerns are a very American genre, but reviews have so far been mostly negative and it hasn’t struck a big chord with the public stateside. The official site is here, the film will be showing all over the UK.
Looking for Hortense – French drama with Kristin Scott Thomas attempting to persuade her husband to get his civil servant father to intervene in the case of an illegal immigrant who is due to be expelled. The difficulty is that father and son don’t see eye to eye. No official site, but there are a few further details on the IMDb page here; the film will be showing at key cities only.
Silence – a brave sounding Irish film about a sound man travelling from Berlin back home to Cork and wanting to capture the sound of landscapes away from any man made noise. This will be showing at key cities only, the official website is here.
And on Wednesday 14 August…
Kick-Ass 2 – sequel to the 2010 comedy-actioneer, with Chloe Grace Moretz and Aaron Johnson (now Aaron Taylor Johnson) returning as the teenage wannabe superheroes. The official website, with ticket booking details, is here; the film will be showing all over at most UK cinemas.