What We Did on Our Holiday

At the premiere of the new British comedy What We Did on Our Holiday in London this week, David Tennant strolled the red carpet in a kilt while Rosamund Pike looked stunning in a lacy black dress that only barely concealed her baby bump. She's also been out promoting her upcoming blockbuster Gone Girl. Browse our Rosamund Pike and David Tennant photos at the 'What We Did on Our Holiday' premiere on Monday 22nd September 2014. Read our 'What We Did on Our Holiday' review.

Meanwhile in Los Angeles, The Boxtrolls held a family-friendly premiere at which Elle Fanning surprised fans with a new brunette hairdo. She was accompanied by costars Ben Kingsley and Nick Frost, plus Ian Ziering, Kathryn Hahn, Molly Ringwold and Garcelle Beauvais, who were accompanied by their families. View our photos from the premiere of 'The Boxtrolls' - Sunday 21st September 2014. Read our 'The Boxtrolls' review.

And at the San Sebastian Film Festival in Spain, Antonio Banderas held a photo-shoot to accompany the premiere of his new film Automata. He was shot on the red carpet and around town with the robots who costar in the sci-fi thriller. He also spoke about how he wants to do more films in his home country after 23 years working in Hollywood. View our Antonio Banderas 'Automata' photo shoot photos at 62nd San Sebastian International Film Festival. Read More: Antonio Banderas To Move Away From Hollywood Films.

Camp X-ray

There's a new trailer this week for Camp X-ray, a military drama starring Kristen Stewart as a private stationed at Guantanamo Bay, where she befriends a detainee played by acclaimed Iranian actor Peyman Moaadi (A Separation). It looks complex and thoughtful, and strikingly relevant. The film premieres in the UK next week at the London Film Festival, and is set for an October release. Watch 'Camp X-ray' Trailer.

A new trailer for the drama Days and Nights promises a fascinating exploration of art, family relationships and the environment. The extraordinary cast includes Katie Holmes, Allison Janney, William Hurt and Ben Whishaw. The film is the directing debut of costar Christian Camargo, and is loosely based on Chekhov's iconic play The Seagull. It opens this weekend in the USA. Watch 'Days And Nights' Trailer.

The Woman in Black: Angel of Death

The first teaser for the sequel The Woman in Black: Angel of Death arrived this week. It's set 40 years after the first film as a group of children evacuated from WWII London arrive at Eel Marsh House. The trailer playfully promises more darkly terrifying haunted-house nastiness. The sequel stars Helen McCrory and Jeremy Irvine, and is due in cinemas in January. Watch 'The Woman in Black: Angel of Death' Teaser Trailer.

And finally, we have a new trailer this week for the sequel Nativity 3: Dude Where's My Donkey, as another hapless teacher (Martin Clunes) and another disapproving headmistress (Celia Imrie) arrive at St Bernadette's School in Coventry, sparking more crazy antics for Mr Poppy (Marc Wootton) and the kids. And Catherine Tate is on board this time. Again written and directed by Debbie Isitt, the movie opens in November. Watch 'Nativity 3: Dude Where's My Donkey?' Trailer.