Gone Girl

A week before it arrived in cinemas, the anxiously awaited thriller Gone Girl had its world premiere at the New York Film Festival, where Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike, Neil Patrick Harris, Tyler Perry and more turned up to walk the red carpet.

Video - Neil Patrick Harris Photographed On The Red Carpet During 'Gone Girl' Premiere - Part 1

Video - Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike And Gillian Flynn At The 'Gone Girl' World Premiere In New York - Part 2

Photos - 52nd New York Film Festival - 'Gone Girl' - World Premiere

Julianne Moore and David Cronenberg were on hand to premiere their Hollywood drama Maps to the Stars. 

Photos - 52nd New York Film Festival Premiere Of Maps To The Stars

And the festival also hosted a 30-year reunion of cast members from Once Upon a Time in America for a special director's cut screening, including Robert DeNiro, James Woods and Treat Williams.

Photos - 52nd New York Film Festival - 'Once Upon A Time In America' Extended Director's Cut Collector's Edition - Premiere

Meanwhile in London, filming got underway for Mission: Impossible 5. Tom Cruise and Rebecca Ferguson were caught by paparazzi while out shooting a scene on the river near Big Ben. Christopher McQuarrie is directing this instalment in the franchise.

Photos - Filming of 'Mission Impossible 5' in Central London - Part 1

Photos - Filming of 'Mission Impossible 5' in Central London - Part 2


There's a new international trailer this week for Christopher Nolan's Interstellar, which gives further insight into the film's tone and the story about a widowed engineer (Matthew McConaughey) who travels into space in a last-gasp attempt to find a new home for humanity as earth is dying. The film costars Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, Michael Caine, Topher Grace and Casey Affleck. The big, emotional epic opens in November. Watch 'Interstellar' Trailer.

The new film from Paul Thomas Anderson (There Will Be Blood) released its first trailer this week. Inherent Vice is based on the Thomas Pynchon novel, and stars Joaquin Phoenix as a private investigator in late-1960s Los Angeles. The plot looks riotously complicated, packed with humour and style and a first-rate cast including Josh Brolin, Reese Witherspoon, Owen Wilson, Benicio Del Toro, Eric Roberts and Maya Rudolph. It opens in time for year-end awards consideration. Watch 'Inherent Vice' Trailer.

Taken 3

There's a first trailer out for Taken 3, also known as Tak3n, which sees Liam Neeson facing up to his past in what looks like a relentless action-pursuit adventure. Famke Janssen and Maggie Grace are back as his ex-wife and daughter, plus Forest Whitaker, Dougray Scott and Jonny Weston. It opens in January. Watch 'Taken 3' Trailer. Watch 'Taken 3' Trailer.

And the first trailer was also released this week for Blackhat, Michael Mann's thriller about the vulnerability of interconnected banking systems. Chris Hemsworth stars as a hacker hired to stop a cyber-terrorist in what looks like a slick and tense global action-thriller. The film opens early next year. Watch 'Blackhat' Trailer.