RED- HOT 100; What Will YOU Watch, Read, See or Listen to? Claire Foy as That Girl with a Dragon Tattoo? Eric Idle's Astonishing Autobiography? Stunning Impressionists at the National Gallery? Macca's New Album? Starting with the Best Movie Releases, Our Critics Give You a Sneak Preview of autumn'sYou Should Be So Lucky

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RED- HOT 100; What Will YOU Watch, Read, See or Listen to? Claire Foy as That Girl with a Dragon Tattoo? Eric Idle's Astonishing Autobiography? Stunning Impressionists at the National Gallery? Macca's New Album? Starting with the Best Movie Releases, Our Critics Give You a Sneak Preview of autumn'sYou Should Be So Lucky


What will YOU watch, read, see or listen to? Claire Foy as that girl with a dragon tattoo? Eric Idle's astonishing autobiography? Stunning impressionists at the National Gallery? Macca's new album? Starting with the best movie releases, our critics give you a sneak preview of autumn's

RED-HOT PICK

1. THE GIRL IN THE SPIDER'S WEB With her short haircut, multiple piercings and tattoos, Claire Foy bears little resemblance to her most famous role, as Queen Elizabeth II in The Crown. But her new incarnation as Lisbeth Salander in The Girl In The Spider's Web - a not-so-direct sequel to David Fincher's 2011 adaptation of Stieg Larsson's novel The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo - is a welcome change for the award-winning actress, who is in full vigilante mode in this film, in a homemade eye mask that gives her the look of a dark superhero. 'I think Salander has always been seen as a victim,' Foy says. 'but I think she's a survivor and non-judgmental. I love her.' Out November 9

2. THE SEAGULL Anton Chekhov's powerful drama about love, longing and loss gets the all-star treatment in this film featuring Saoirse Ronan, Elisabeth Moss and Annette Bening. September 7 3. KING OF THIEVES Michael Caine and Michael Gambon star as some of the daring OAPS who carried out one of Britain's most audacious robberies, the Hatton Garden Job. September 14 4. THE LITTLE STRANGER A haunting film based on Sarah Waters' 2009 gothic novel, set in a dilapidated mansion in the Forties. Domnhall Gleeson stars and Lenny Abrahamson (Room) directs. September 21

5. THE WIFE Glenn Close plays a supportive wife to Jonathan Pryce's bombastic and famous author in a high-powered marital drama that's already being tipped for awards. September 28

6. JOHNNY ENGLISH STRIKES AGAIN Is it third time lucky for Rowan Atkinson, back in his guise of a hapless spy? Ben Miller is once again his sidekick, Bough, while Emma Thompson plays the Prime Minister. October 5

7. A STAR IS BORN The third remake of this classic drama stars Bradley Cooper as a hard-drinking country musician and marks Cooper's directorial debut. Lady Gaga stars as the young singer whose career is on the rise. October 5

8. FIRST MAN In this story about the lead-up to the Apollo 11 mission in 1969, La La Land writer and director Damien Chazelle teams up again with Ryan Gosling, who plays astronaut Neil Armstrong. October 12

9. BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY Sacha Baron Cohen was to play Freddie Mercury in this Queen biopic but the part went to a relative unknown, Rami Malek. Tom Hollander and Mike Myers co-star as music industry execs. October 24

10. PETERLOO Historical drama, written and directed by Mike Leigh, about the early 19th-century massacre in Manchester of people demanding the vote. Maxine Peake stars.

November 2 11. JULIET, NAKED Rose Byrne, Chris O'Dowd and Ethan Hawke star in this adaptation of Nick Hornby's bleakly comic novel about a troubled transatlantic relationship. November 2 12. THE NUTCRACKER AND THE FOUR REALMS A Disney fantasy based on the evergreen Christmas ballet, featuring a soldier coming to life and tiny teams of mice. Stars Keira Knightley, Matthew Macfadyen, Richard E Grant and Helen Mirren.

November 2 13. WIDOWS A Hollywood remake of Lynda La Plante's TV series, in which four women have to deal with a debt incurred by their late husbands' criminal activities. Directed by Steve McQueen (12 Years A Slave) with an all-star cast led by Viola Davis and Michelle Rodriguez.

November 6 14. FANTASTIC BEASTS: THE CRIMES OF GINDELWALD Like the first Harry Potter prequel, JK Rowling has written the screenplay to this second instalment, with Eddie Redmayne returning as the eccentric Newt Scamander. November 16 15. ROBIN HOOD Kingsman and Eddie The Eagle star Taron Egerton becomes the latest in a long line of leading men to play Sherwood Forest's finest. Jamie Foxx, Tim Minchin and Jamie Dornan also star. …

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