He is the third 1D member to release a full album. A trend, perhaps?
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Free up your calendar and make a date with your mates, because these are the biggest film releases for the rest of 2017.
The wildlife of northern England – in particular grouse and hen harriers – are given focus in Gill Lewis’ novel about one boy’s struggle to raise an orphaned hen harrier chick.
During a flying visit to Hong Kong, the American singer-songwriter talks about having collaborated with some of the biggest names out there.
Judi Dench is queenly (again) in Victoria & Abdul, an otherwise all-too rose-tinted view of Britain’s colonial past [Review]
Styled as the unofficial sequel to Mrs Brown, which explored the relationship between British monarch Queen Victoria and her Scottish servant John Brown, Stephen Frears’ Victoria & Abdul takes a look at the British monarch’s friendship with 24 year-old Indian man Abdul Karim.
In Norse mythology, Ragnarok sees the end of the world and the deaths of Odin, Thor, Loki, and Heimdall, followed by the re-emergence of the world anew. Appropriately, Thor: Ragnarok sees a complete rebirth in tone and feel to the Thor franchise.
After a five-year break, Pink is back with Beautiful Trauma, an album as confusing as its title suggests.
On her fifth album, Masseduction, experimental art-rocker St Vincent gives her most emotive, and varied record to date.
Another MCU first-timer is the director himself, who appears in the film as an eight-foot-tall Kronan warrior made of purple rocks. Obviously.