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Sir Roger Moore’s most memorable lines from each of his seven Bond films

Sir Roger Moore is best known for playing James Bond in seven of the franchise’s films.

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Sir Roger Moore dead: Family announce James Bond legend's passing in emotional statement

Sir Roger Moore has died today, his family has announced in an emotional statement.

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STAR TURN: Arthur (Charlie Hunnam) PA Photo/Warner Brothers

Knights of the realm

King Arthur is set for release but the critics are in a tizz. Director Guy Ritchie and star Charlie Hunnam talk to Susan Griffin.

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TOUGH LOBBYIST: Jessica Chastain in the political drama Miss Sloane.  PA Photo/eOne.

Review: Miss Sloane (15)

Portrayed to icy perfection by two-time Oscar nominee Jessica Chastain, Elizabeth Sloane is a cut-throat lobbyist, who shrewdly anticipates her opponents’ moves and devises cunning counter-measures as she manipulates the hearts and minds of power players on Capitol Hill.

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STAR TURN: Michael Fassbender as David/Walter in Alien: Covenant, out in cinemas today.  Picture: PA Photo/Fox UK

Extra terrestrial

Five years after Prometheus rebooted the Alien franchise, Sir Ridley Scott returns with a new chapter. Susan Griffin reports.

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CREATION: Michael Fassbender as David/Walter. PA Photo/Fox UK.

Review: Alien: Covenant (15)

After a brief appearance in the final scenes of Prometheus, the monster of Ridley Scott’s game-changing breakthrough Alien once again takes title billing in Alien: Covenant.

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Alien: Covenant in IMAX at Cineworld Sheffield

WIN: Alien: Covenant IMAX Cineworld Sheffield tickets and Laser Quest Sheffield passes

In space, no one can hear you scream....but win today's fantastic prize and everyone will hear you - we have six tickets to see the new Alien: Covenant film in IMAX plus Laser Quest passes.
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Review: Unlocked

Real-life terror plots and heightened security in London provide an unsettling jolt of adrenaline to director Michael Apted’s flat-footed espionage thriller, which charts a race against time to avert a biological weapon attack on the capital.

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FADING STAR: Julian as Richard Longcroft in Minhorn.

Review: Mindhorn (12A)

Co-written by and starring Julian Barratt, Mindhorn sees the former Mighty Boosh star make an effortless bid for big screen stardom with a rich comedy creation that puts a distinctively British spin on the monster that is minor celebrity.

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Action hero

Action hero

Orlando Bloom is busy. Spy thriller Unlocked opens today and a new Pirates movie is released shortly. He talks to Gemma Dunn.

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Superheroes Captain America, Superwoman and Thor at last year's Yorkshire Cosplay Con at Sheffield Arena.

WATCH LIVE AT NOON: Superheroes to take over Facebook Live

Superheroes will be taking over our Facebook Live stream at noon today - Saturday, May 6 - as we talk to organisers and fans promoting next month's Yorkshire Cosplay Con 2017.
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VIDEO PREVIEW: Sir Lenny Henry, Louis Theroux and Ian Hislop to speak at Sheffield Doc/Fest

Comedy icon Sir Lenny Henry, TV documentary star Louis Theroux and satirist Ian Hislop are amongst the high profile special guests coming to this year's Sheffield Doc/Fest.
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Virginia McKenna on set the landmark film Born Free.

Virginia McKenna: How Born Free changed my life forever

Fifty years ago, Virginia McKenna had an epiphany on Born Free that diverted her to animal conservation. She tells Tony Earnshaw about the part played by its Yorkshire director.

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Review: Lady Macbeth (15)

Review: Lady Macbeth (15)

Adapted by scriptwriter Alice Birch from Nikolai Leskov’s 19th-century Russian novella, Lady Macbeth Of The Mtsensk, this gripping tragedy resets the sex-fuelled skulduggery to Victorian England, where women are treated as commodities by glowering husbands.

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Dennis Quaid in A Dog's Purpose. Picture: PA Photo/Universal.

Dennis Quaid: Why I can be the ultimate embarrassing dad

Dennis Quaid has embraced a variety of roles, and his latest is in feelgood family weepie A Dog’s Purpose. He talks to Ella Walker.

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Abbeydale Cinema in Sheffield. Picture Scott Merrylees.

How one of Yorkshire’s oldest and biggest cinemas made a big screen comeback

Recent years have not been kind to the Abbeydale Picture House, but has a lifeline finally be found to save what was once Sheffield’s biggest cinema? Daniel Dylan Wray reports.

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FINE WORK: Sam Claflin as Tom Buckley and Gemma Arterton as Catrin Cole from Their Finest.

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Review: Their Finest (12(A)

Based on Lissa Evans’ novel Their Finest Hour And A Half, Lone Scherfig’s wartime comedy combines frothy drama with heart-tugging romance, assisted by a starry and largely British cast.

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BAD DAY AT WORK: A scene from The Belko Experiment: PA Photo/Vertigo.

Review: The Belko Experiment (18)

Staff cuts and corporate headhunting are embraced with bloodthirsty and literal glee in The Belko Experiment.

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ASPRING ACTRESS: Lily collins as Marla Mabrey in Rules Don't Apply.

Review: Rules Don’t Apply (12A)

Warren Beatty’s unintentionally memorable appearance at this year’s Oscars notwithstanding, it’s been a long time since the Hollywood legend has generated much interest as a performer. His last role was in 2001’s Town & Country, which lost upwards of $100m at the box-office.

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WOMAN'S ROLE: Gemma Arterton as Catrin Cole in Their Finest: PA Photo/Lionsgate.

One of her finest moments

Gemma Arterton’s character in Their Finest finds her voice in a male-dominated environment. She spoke to Susan Griffin.

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