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Now That's What I Call Music! 97 by Various Artists
The 97th Now compilation includes 45 tracks across two discs. Among the tracks featured are five Number One singles from Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee feat. Justin Bieber, DJ Khaled feat. Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance the Rapper & Lil Wayne, Clean Bandit feat. Zara Larsson, Harry Styles and the recent Artists For Grenfell team-up.
Tracks from the likes of The Chainsmokers, Ellie Goulding, Rita Ora and Little Mix also featured on the compilation.
What Do You Think About the Car? by Declan McKenna
Still only 18, the prodigious singer-songwriter hits hard on his debut album, which hits shelves this week.
Produced by Arctic Monkeys/Florence and the Machine man James Ford, the album sees McKenna train his lyrical ire on a series of social issues, including the heartbreaking ‘Paracetamol’, his re-telling of the death of Leelah Alcorn, a transgender teen from Ohio.
Emerging Adulthood by Dan Croll
The Scouse troubadour aims for the big time on his second studio album.
Produced by Ben Allen, best known for his work with Kelis and Amerie, the album sees Croll embracing bigger choruses and much sunnier melodies.
Beauty and the Beast by Bill Condon
Disney classic Beauty And The Beast gets the live-adaptation treatment.
The movie stars Harry Potter's Emma Watson as Belle, with Dracula Untold star Luke Evans playing muscle-bound villain Gaston and Downton Abbey's Dan Stevens in the role of Beast/The Prince. Emma Thompson, Ewan McGregor, Ian McKellen, Kevin Kline, Josh Gad and Stanley Tucci also have key roles
Bill Condon, who directed both of the final parts of The Twilight Saga, is in the director's chair, with Alan Menken, who penned many of the classic songs for the original animated movie, scoring the new film.
Personal Shopper by Olivier Assayas
Kristen Stewart stars in this acclaimed drama as Maureen, a young American who moves to Paris to start a new life in the fashion world, but also continue her work as a spiritual medium. Grieving the recent death of her twin brother, she haunts his Parisian home, determined to make contact with him.
Olivier Assayas, who previously made Clouds Of Sils Maria with Stewart, writes and directs this movie, while Lars Eidinger, Anders Danielsen Lie and Pascal Rambert are all in supporting roles.
The Loch by Laura Fraser
The Missing's Laura Fraser teams up with Happy Valley's Siobhan Finneran for this dank Scottish detective drama set on the shores of Loch Ness.
Fraser plays DS Annie Redford, a police officer in the quiet town of Lochnafoy, who is suddenly thrown into a bloody investigation that begins with the suspicious death of a local piano teacher.
A Quiet Passion by Terence Davies
Terence Davies writes and directs Sex And The City star Cynthia Nixon and Pride And Prejudice's Jennifer Ehle in this warm biographical drama about the life of American poet Emily Dickinson.
Raised in a wealthy, high-profile family, Dickinson took no interest in marriage and showed little reverence for God, stances that put her at odds with everyone close to her and left her to find solace in poetry.
Another Mother's Son by Christopher Menaul
Jenny Seagrove, John Hannah, Susan Hampshire and Ronan Keating star in French director Christopher Menaul's wartime drama.
The film follows Seagrove's Louisa Gould, who takes an escaped Russian prisoner of war into her home on the Nazi-occupied island of Jersey, leaving her and her friends to face the consequences...