Matthias Schoenaerts is having quite a busy 2015. Last seen in Far From The Madding Crowd earlier in the year, he now appears as the lead in Maryland, or Disorder depending on what internet sources you trust. Starring opposite Diane Kruger, Schoenaerts plays an ex-solider with PTSD who is hired to 'protect' Jessie on the 'Maryland' estate owned by her husband.The film premiered this year at Cannes to a quiet response, but then again, no one is gonna shout louder than a Cate Blanchett lead piece.

The first of the Christmas films are on their way. You could call the The Night Before one last 'bro out' before adult life calls for the three leads. Seth Rogan aside, it's refreshing to have Joseph Gordon Levitt and Anthony Mackie in this instead of the usual James Franco or Jason Segel. And yes that is a Miley Cyrus cameo. Christmas has come indeed.

Julianne Moore is back for another awards run in Freeheld. She stars opposite Ellen Page in this true story of a New Jersey police detective who is diagnosed with cancer and wants to leave her hard-earned pension to her partner, just like everyone else on the police force. Except her partner is a woman. Hollywood is not a place of equality, even today, but when films highlighting issues like this continue to be made, you realise not everyone in the film business is horrid. The documentary this film is based around won an Oscar a few years ago so be on the look out for that in the wait for this release.

I will always advocate films that portray journalists in the way the public often forgets, as writers seeking truths that the public should know about. I'm allowed to believe in things like that because I have a journalism degree and everyone who finds out this piece of information immediately reacts with a frown and a 'I will never trust you' look. But that's beside the point. What I can say about Spotlight, aside from the controversial subject matter, of which is still relevant today, is the casting. All hail the casting director. You've got the likes of Mark Ruffalo, Michael Keaton and Rachel McAdams, plus Liev Schreiber, John Slattery, Stanley Tucci and Billy Crudup. High testosterone levels aside, that's a cast party that everyone wants to be at.

Another franchise wanting more money from kids. Thanks world. Here's Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials: