...and four other things you need to know about this week, including the return of Noel (and his mouth), the sculpture show to bring you back to earth and the TV doc that reminds you not to date your drummerMore
There’s something so right about Vince Vaughn playing a slightly tired-looking businessman who has the mojo beaten out of him by The Man (or in this case The Woman: his boss is played by Sienna Miller) when he's let go in new comedy Unfinished Business. Vaughn’s Daniel Trunkman manages to hold onto just enough get-up-and-go to set up a new business to take on his former employers, including two new recruits played by the ever-welcome Tom Wilkinson and Dave Franco, all three of whom set off on a trip to Germany to secure some new business.
But whaddyaknow, his old company is sniffing after the same pooch, so they’re going to have to fight extra hard to secure the gig. Cue street riots, S&M club visits, and all the usual stuff we get up to when we’re away on the company buck.
Out on 6 March
We welcome the arrival of a new release by Noel Gallagher, but not just because the tunes are guaranteed to be good and solid; a press run from Noel always means a tsunami of amusing quotes on everything from Kanye West (“somebody needs to go buy Kanye a dictionary and show him the word ‘artistry’”) to the career-prolonging properties of his own haircut (“the barnet sort of dictates that I carry on”). We even got a random sighting of him on Match of the Day 2.
The album, Chasing Yesterday, a title he already has described “awful”, was finished last July and got held up by some Oasis back issues, and Gallagher has already said he’s bored of it, but the rest of us look forward to getting to know it a little better.
Out today 2 March