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The weather is getting colder and the night's are getting super frosty, so there's really no better excuse for heading to the cinema this month.

And with these new film releases, we can certainly look forward to chilling in front of the movie screen:


Brooklyn stars our very own Saoirse Ronan, who plays a young woman called Eilish who moved to America in the 1950's to have a better life. But when she is faced with retuning home, she's forced to make a very difficult decision.

Starring: Saoirse Ronan, Julie Waters, Domhnall Gleeson and Jim Broadbent.


Kill Your Friends

This movie sees an A&R man working at the height of the British pop music craze. But it takes a bad turn when he goes to extreme measures to find new material for a song.

Starring: Nicholas Hoult, Tom Riley, Ed Skrein and James Cordon.


Freaks of Nature

The unlikely combination of a teenager, a vampire and a zombie all join forces when an alien invasion hits their hometown. 

Starring: Vanessa Hudgens, Ed Westwick, Bob Odenkirk and Denis Leary.


Fathers and Daughters

A widowed writer who suffers with mental illness is trying to raise his young daughter as he battles his problems.

Starring: Aaron Paul, Russell Crowe, Amanda Seyfried and Dian Kruger.


Steve Jobs

The biopic we've all been waiting for. This movie takes us behind-the-scenes of the digital revolution and paints the portrait of the man who is in the centre of it all.

Starring: Michael Fastbender, Kate Winslet, Seth Rogen and Jeff Daniels.


The Dressmaker

A glamorous woman returns to her small hometown in rural Austrialia. With her sewing machine and trend setting style, she transforms the women of the town. But she then takes out revenge on all the women that did her wrong.

Starring: Kate Winslet, Liam Hemsworth and Hugo Weaving.


Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2

In the last instalment of the movie franchise, we see Katniss Everdeen being symbolised as the Mockingjay. With her new caption, Katniss and District 13 engage in a revolution against the autocratic Capitol.

Starring: Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth and Woody Harrelson.


Black Mass

The true story of Whitey Bulger, the brother of a state senator and the most violent criminal in the history of South Boston, who then became an FBI informant in order to take down a Mafia family invading his turf. 

Starring: Johnny Depp, Benedict Cumberbatch and Dakota Johson.



Two years ago Ashton Kutcher took on the role of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.

Unfortunately, not many critics had praise for the film or his portrayal of the tech-giant. E! News said it was an "unsatisfying portrayal of an icon who deserved better."

Now Michael Fassbender is taking on the role in Steve Jobs, the biopic directed by Danny Boyle. 

Michael Fassbender will play Steve Jobs in Universal's film to be released in October.

The film, and Michael's performance, has been the subject of much buzz already. At a recent press conference in New York, the Michael, 38, was asked about what kind of work he put into preparing for the role.

The German-Irish actor admitted that he knew very little about Jobs or technology in general before the project. 

"I'm not very interested in technology. I use it pretty poorly. So everything was new to me to be honest."

Michael Fassbender as Steve Jobs in the Universal film.

The actor, who apparently opts not to use a smartphone, also revealed that he was not the first choice to play the part:

“Obviously I don’t look anything like Steve Jobs. That was the first thing I said to Danny. I said: ‘Christian Bale looks a lot more like Steve Jobs than me.’”

Christian Bale was actually supposedly the first actor to be offered the role. 

So, how did Michael prepare himself to take on such a well-known figure? The Guardian reports that a 'smirking' Michael informed the press: "I studied Ashton Kutcher."

Although, Steve Wozniack, the Apple co-founder told Deadline:

"I saw a rough cut and I felt like I was actually watching Steve Jobs and the others…not actors playing them."

So perhaps Ashton's performance did give Michael some clues after all? 


Oscar-winning filmmaker Danny Boyle is set to direct a new movie about Apple co-founder Steve Jobs…but who will take the lead role?