Another year, another mega-budget superhero franchise, but while you might have grown weary and wary of capes and superheroes, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice might just have enough on offer to pique your interest.
There's the pleasing lack of hype, which has helped maintain a certain air of mystery leading up to its release, as well as a stellar support cast that features: Gal Gadot, Jesse Eisenburg, Amy Adams and Jeremy Irons.
Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice is out 25 March
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The show to help you forget about House of Cards: Blue Eyes
If you're anything like us, you will already have plowed through season 4 of House of Cardsand then suffered from a two week comedown full of Frank Underwood nightmares and withdrawals.
But help is at hand, thanks to Channel 4 and Blue Eyes, a Swedish (hear us out) political crime drama that focuses on the gruesome murder of an extreme right wing leader. Expect back-stabbing, intrigue and lots of bleak, beautiful Scandinavian panoramas.
Many artists have used their work to deal with the horrors and complexities of war, but visual artists Omer Fast's first major UK exhibition, Present Continuous brings something fresh to a saturated genre.
Set over two large floors at Gateshead's BALTIC centre, Fast's creations includes 30-minute drone film 5,000 Feet is the Best playing on a continuous loop, a piece that subtly questions the ethics of remote warfare, and CNN Concatenated 2002, a visual poem drawn from spliced news footage.