Set-jetting, where movie locations dictate our travel appetites, is one trend exciting adventurers – recent reports suggesting 5% of tourism is inspired by the big screen.
The Heritage Motor Centre has just taken delivery of a new famous exhibit – a recreation of the DeLorean car that starred in the Hollywood blockbuster ‘Back to the Future’.
The hugely anticipated new Leonardo DiCaprio movie, The Great Gatsby, is tipped to be one of the box office hits of 2013.
As the recession continues to affect consumers' entertainment budgets, cost conscious film lovers are seeking alternative ways of getting their film fix.
The National Motor Museum at Beaulieu is pleased to announce the return of the most iconic of all Bond cars, the Goldfinger Aston Martin DB5, to its Bond In Motion exhibition.
A 1969 Lola race car which starred in the classic Steve McQueen film “Le Mans” is now taking centre stage at the Silverstone Auctions hosted Race Retro & Classic Car Sale.
Retrace the exact route of the iconic Easy Rider movie – considered to be the quintessential motorcycle film of all times - aboard a ‘throaty’ Harley Davidson, courtesy of US operator, Bon Voyage.
The worlds of movie magic and travel are set to come together in Virginia with the launch of The Lincoln Movie Trail.
With Peter Jackson's latest trilogy hitting UK cinema screens, New Zealand's stunning natural landscapes are once again taking centre stage for movie-goers around the world.
Long lost for years and in danger of disappearing forever this debut directorial feature and charming 80s Scottish comedy from Charles Gormley (Heavenly Pursuits - also available from Park Circus) has undergone an incredibly detailed digital restoration thanks to funding support from Creative Scotland, Channel 4/Film4 and Park Circus.
Amazon has introduced the Amazon Instant Video App, enabling customers to stream or download Amazon Instant Video movies and TV episodes from their video library directly on their iPhone or iPod touch.
Movie lovers looking forward to their fill of festive film entertainment will be left sorely disappointed this Christmas. Of the 632 films being screened on Satellite and non-Satellite TV this year, a staggering 620 will be repeats.
Yann Martel's magical adventure, The Life of Pi, comes to the silver screen this month, a fantastic tale of Pi Patel, the son of an Indian zoo keeper shipwrecked at sea with a zebra, a hyena, an orangutan and a 450-pound Bengal tiger.
Thirty years ago this Christmas, Channel 4 broadcast The Snowman - an enchanting animated film that follows the adventures of a young boy and a truly remarkable Snowman, adapted from author and creator Raymond Briggs' iconic children's book.
England has a starring role alongside Helena Bonham Carter in the atmosperic adaptation of Great Expectations - just one of a series of star turns for England, which features in huge cinema releases next year.
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