The critics may have spoken – and not always in the kindest terms – but for the most ardent of Dad’s Army fans, the new film version of the classic comedy does not disappoint.
A Norwich cinema is to host a charity screening tomorrow night of the film Die Hard in memory of the actor Alan Rickman.
The Dad’s Army movie had its London premiere last night with stars including Catherine Zeta-Jones taking to the red carpet.
The Dad’s Army film is set for its London premiere tonight and although the film was shot in Bridlington, the original TV series was filmed in Thetford.
Dad’s Army may have been set in Walmington-on-Sea, but it is Thetford – where much of it was filmed – which has long considered itself the series’ spiritual home.
45 Years is a new departure for former Norwich Golden Triangle resident Andrew Haigh whose previous feature films were about young gay men.
A ten-year wait ended on Thursday as thousands of Star Wars fans finally got to see The Force Awakens.
At first it seemed that Norfolk boasted the great honour of a single stormtrooper in the newly released Star Wars movie – but now another has slipped his mask.
It’s four stars out of five for Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens
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