The awards were handed out at a glamorous ceremony at The Brewery in London last night (Oct 22), before 500 assembled guests. Broadcaster Edith Bowman hosted the event for the fourth year. Universal Pictures UK took home the hotly contested studio distributor of the year award, having broken the record for the biggest annual box office of all time with releases including Fast & Furious 7, Jurassic World and Fifty Shades of Grey.
Star Wars: Episode VIII is to shoot at Pinewood Studios, retaining the blockbuster franchise in the UK, it has been revealed. The news, revealed by Pinewood Shepperton CEO Ivan Dunleavy at a CBI Conference speech this afternoon, comes just a week after principal photography wrapped on Stars Wars: The Force Awakens at the studios near London. “I’m delighted to be able to tell you that a new Star Wars movie is already booked in,” said Dunleavy.
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Selecting a term
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