Finally find out how Ted met his future wife on Netflix, where the final season is now available to stream in the UK. The sitcom, which stars Jason Segel, Josh Radnor, Cobie Smulders, Neil Patrick Harris and Alyson Hannigan, concluded last year so now is the perfect time to start watching all over again…
How I Met Your Mother’s final season is available on Netflix from 6th February
Heartless is a sexy and stylish supernatural thriller set in an elite Danish boarding school. Made by the creators of The Killing and The Bridge, it’s Scandi heartland but with soul-sucking vampires and an ancient curse. If we haven’t persuaded you, Walter will:
They might have escaped the maze but, unfortunately for Thomas, Teresa and Newt, the struggle for survival isn’t over. Introducing The Scorch Trials, the deserted world outside the mysterious WCKD. Dylan O’Brien, Ki Hong Lee, Kaya Scodelario and Thomas Brodie-Sangster return, joined by new stars Aiden Gillen and Rosa Salazar.
He’s about to appear at a cinema screen near you as Deadpool, but remember in 2011 when Ryan Renolds was Green Lantern? The 39-year-old took on the crime-fighting superhero with the magic ring, starring alongside Blake Lively, Mark Strong and Peter Sarsgaard.
Green Lantern is available on Amazon Prime from 2nd February
Emily Blunt stars as idealistic FBI agent Kate Macer, who is enlisted by a government task force to bring down the leader of a powerful and brutal Mexican drug cartel in this tense and gripping movie.
Put on your PJs and grab a tub of icecream. Elle Woods (Reese Witherspoon) has it all, apart from a fiance. After Warner, her long-term boyfriend dumps her for a more serious girl, Elle applies to Harvard Law School to prove you can be pretty – and pretty damn smart – in pink.
Legally Blonde is available on Netflix from 2nd February
Milly (Toni Collette) and Jess (Drew Barrymore) have been best friends since school. While jobs, husbands and babies have come along, their friendship has stayed the same. But that all changes when Milly is diagnosed with breast cancer…
Instagram is getting into the on demand business today, launching a “ground-breaking” cinematic series made up of 28 15-second episodes. The “social cinema” follows John Swift (Christian Cooke), a security driver who is arrested for his involvement in a heist and the death of a colleague. But he’s determined to prove his innocence and finds himself on the run from the police…
Episode one is available on the official Shield 5 Instagram page today. More will be released throughout February.
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