The Week That Was: Entertainment and TV (14/12/18)
14th December 2018
At this week’s Aquaman premiere, Jason Momoa dazzled the blue carpet with a haka performance along with his kids, friends and co-star New Zealand native Temuera Morrison, who plays Aquaman’s dad.
It has been announced that the Sundance film festival is to return to London in 2019 once again at Picturehouse Central. The 2019 festival will run from 30 May to 2nd June featuring an array of work from the main Sundance line up, where you can expect to see filmmakers making an appearance. You can snatch up early bird ticket VIP or Festival passes here.
Mary Poppins returned in style with her iconic brolly and bag to mark the premier of Mary Poppins Returns. With the London eye as her runway, the stunt-double caught the eye of Londoners, reminding them the new film is in cinemas nationwide from the 21st December.
Jordan Peele unveiled a new poster for his upcoming film ‘Us’. Many have already suggested that the film may be linked to his Academy Awards winning debut Get Out. With the trailer arriving with us on Christmas Day, the film world will be watching and waiting to see what the Academy Award winner is planning for us next.
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