Nicholas Hoult

Nicholas Caradoc Hoult (born 7 December 1989) is an English actor, best known for the role as Marcus Brewer in the 2002 film About a Boy and as Tony Stonem in the E4 BAFTA winning television series, Skins.

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True History of the Kelly Gang Review

The legend of Ned Kelly gets a postmodern twist in True History of the Kelly Gang, starring George Mackay, Nicholas Hoult and Russell Crowe

Nicholas Hoult and Lily Collins talk about their roles in Tolkien

The two stars talk about their roles ahead of the home entertainment release next month

The Current War Review

A pedestrian, incomprehensible electricity drama that even the likes of Cumberbatch and Shannon cannot save.

X-Men: Dark Phoenix Review

The last in the current X-Men series is struggling at the box office and it's easy to see why

Tolkien Review

The Nicholas Hoult-led biopic opens in the US today

The Current War trailer: Benedict Cumberbatch and Michael Shannon try to light up the world

Alfonso Gomez-Rejon's film finally sees the light of day almost two years on from its première

Final X-Men: Dark Phoenix trailer: Jean Grey shows off her dark powers

One last look at the final film that brings the 19-year franchise to a close

New Tolkien trailer: How J. R. R. Tolkien invented a new language

The life and times of the Lord of the Rings author

The Favourite Review

A frontrunner for film of the year immediately announces itself

X-Men: Dark Phoenix trailer: Jean Grey is spiralling out of control

The first trailer arrived in the early hours of the morning after premièring on The Late Late Show

The Favourite new trailer: Olivia Colman is stark raving mad

A new look at the highly anticipated film from the Greek director

Watch the electric trailer for The Current War

And, no, it's not a war about dried fruit

X-Men: Days of Future Past Review

Bryan Singer rounds up the usual suspects for a muddled trip to 1973.

Jack the Giant Slayer Review

How could slaying giants possibly be dull? Prepare to be shown