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Wonderland by Take That
The all-conquering boyband release their second album as trio.
The album sees the band working with a series of high-profile producers, including Mark Ralph, key producer of Rag'n'Bone Man and Years & Years, Tony Hoffer, best known for his work with Beck and The Kooks, Stuart Price, who has worked with Madonna and The Killers, and Mark Crossey, producer of both albums from The 1975.
Lower the Bar by Steel Panther
The hair metallers unveil their fifth studio album, an LP which features singles 'She's Tight' and 'Poontang Boomerang'.
Eternity, In Your Arms by Creeper
The goth punk six-piece unveil their much-anticipated debut album this week, an album inspired by a strange warped version of the Peter Pan story.
Damage and Joy by The Jesus And Mary Chain
Scottish psychedelic upstarts The Jesus and Mary Chain unveil their first new album since their 1998 LP Munki, an album that sees them working with Killing Joke’s Youth on production.
SS-GB by Sam Riley
Sam Riley and Kate Bosworth star in this lavish BBC adaptation of Len Deighton's novel. The five-part drama is set in a parallel universe where the Nazis have won World War II and the UK is now under their control. Into this Riley's Douglas Archer, a detective who works closely with the SS, is forced to investigate a complex murder.
Bleed for This by Ben Younger
Miles Teller plays boxer Vinny Pazienza in this gritty biopic from Boiler Room director Ben Younger. The movie follows Pazienza as he battles back from a near fatal car accident that almost left him paralysed and back into the ring.
The movie also stars Aaron Eckhart, Katey Sagal, Ciarán Hinds and Ted Levine.
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (hmv Exclusive) Limited Edition Steelbook by David Yates
J. K. Rowling returns to the wizarding world next month with a brand new blockbuster, set 70 years before the events of Harry Potter and which follows the adventures of Eddie Redmayne's Newt Scamander, a wizard at the heart New York's secret magic community, who arrives for a meeting with a briefcase full of magical creatures, some of whom end up escaping.
The movie stars Redmayne, Ezra Miller, Katherine Waterson and Colin Farrell and has been directed by David Yates, who was behind the camera on four of the eight Harry Potter films and is the start of a trilogy of movies.
The Edge of Seventeen by Kelly Fremon
Hailee Steinfeld leads this warm-hearted coming-of-age drama about awkward teenager Nadine and her struggle to fit in. Starring alongside Steinfeld are Haley Lu Richardson, Hayden Szeto, Blake Jenner, Woody Harrelson and Kyra Sedgwick.
Paterson by Jim Jarmusch
Adam Driver leads Jim Jarmusch’s tender new drama about Paterson, a bus driver in suburban New Jersey who refuses to share his poetry with the world, leaving his wife Laura to take matters into her own hands…
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