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Simulation Theory by Muse
Muse go all out on their eighth full-length effort, which is billed as a synth-rock album with themes of simulation and centring on the idea of "fantasy becoming real".
To help the band get the job done, they've recruited a stellar production line-up that includes Rich Costey, Mike Elizondo, Max Martin protegee Shellback and Timbaland.
Holy Hell by Architects
The Brighton metallers return with their eighth studio album and their first since the death of founder and key songwriter Tom Searle.
Searle's twin brother Dan has taken over duties as key songwriter and teams up with new guitarist and Sylosis man Josh Middleton in producing the album.
You Know I Know by Olly Murs
The singer follows up his 2016 LP 24 HRs with a brand new effort.
The album includes new single 'Moves' as well as a duet with Shaggy and a track written with Ed Sheeran.
You Know I Know will be released with a bonus disc of Murs' Greatest Hits.
Blue by Jonas Blue
After two years of releasing hit singles, the DJ finally gets around to putting out his debut album.
The album includes the DJ's monster hits 'Perfect Strangers' and 'Mama', with the likes of Liam Payne, Zak Abel, JP Cooper and Nina Nesbitt among the guest singers.
Origins by Imagine Dragons
The anthemic foursome unveil a quick follow-up to their 2017 LP Evolve with fourth LP Origins.
Featuring hit single 'Natural', the album has an array of top production talent on show, including Eminem key man Alex Da Kid and Swedish hitmakers Mattman & Robin.
Incredibles 2 by Brad Bird
It's been 13 years since the release of The Incredibles, but our favourite super family return this week for a long-awaited second helping.
In the sequel, Bob Parr, a.k.a Mr Incredible, is left to care for baby Jack-Jack while his wife Helen is out saving the world. It's a tough transition for everyone, made tougher by the fact that the family is still unaware of baby Jack-Jack's emerging superpowers and the emergence of a new villain.
Holly Hunter, Craig T. Nelson, Sarah Vowell, Huck Milner, Samuel L. Jackson, Bob Odenkirk and Catherine Keener are on vocal duty, with Brad Bird returning to the director's chair.
Swimming With Men by Oliver Parker
Rob Brydon leads the light-hearted comedy playing Eric, an accountant in the midst of a mid-life crisis both at work and at home. To escape, he joins an all-male group of synchronised swimmers and discovers that making patterns in a pool can change his life...
Adeel Akhtar, Jim Carter, Rupert Graves, Daniel Mays, Charlotte Riley, Thomas Turgoose, Jane Horrocks and Nathaniel Parker co-star, working for Dad's Army director Oliver Parker.
Leave No Trace by Debra Granik
Ben Foster leads this acclaimed drama, working for director Debra Granik.
Foster plays Will, who has lived off the grid for years with his daughter Tom in the forests of Portland, Oregon.
When their idyllic life is shattered, both are put into social services.
After clashing with their new surroundings, the pair decide to make their way back to their wild homeland. It's a journey that changes everything...
Mrs Brown's Boys: Christmas Surprises by Brendan O'Carroll
Mrs Brown and the gang return for two more fun-filled Christmas specials.
This time, we follow Agnes Brown through the wild travails of Mammy's Mummy and CSI: Mammy...
Bros: After the Screaming Stops by David Soutar, Joe Pearlman
Luke and Matt Goss's rise to fame, fall from grace and hugely successful reunion is captured in this warts and all documentary.
David Soutar and Joe Pearlman direct this feature-length documentary.
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