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Shortcuts: your essential round-up of the week's blog news

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It's the weekend! And that means it's time to recap the hottest blog stories from the past week in our Shortcuts round-up. Scroll down for all the details.

The BAFTA winners are announced!

It was another triumphant night for glorious musical La La Land, which waltzed away with five gongs at Brit cinema's glitziest get-together. But it was also a night in which several other contenders performed strongly, and several newcomers stepped up to the podium. Check out our BAFTA coverage.


Thor: Ragnarok concept art unveiled

The third Thor movie is still some way off (it arrives this October) but some seriously cool new artwork has arrived. It teases Oscar winner Cate Blanchett's fearsome villain, Hela, as well as the ongoing, brutish battle between the eponymous God of Thunder and his rage monster wingman, Hulk (Mark Ruffalo). Take a look at the Thor: Ragnarok concept art.


Jurassic World 2 begins production!

Jurassic World was one of the biggest blockbusters of 2015 and expectations are high for this dino sequel to top it. Director J.A. Bayona (A Monster Calls) tweeted to announce the onset of production in London, and we thought this a good place to recap everything we know about the movie so far. Get the Jurassic World 2 lowdown.


Logan video teases the fearsome X23

Just a little girl? Not on your life. Hugh Jackman's final Wolverine movie promises to amp up the feral action, and a large portion of that is thanks to the fierce young mutant cloned from his DNA. This week, we got to see how dangerous she is for the first time. Watch the Logan X23 found footage video.


Love Actually cast reuniting for Comic Relief!

Yes, you read that right. Richard Curtis' smash-hit ensemble rom-com is getting a TV sequel with A-listers Liam Neeson, Hugh Grant and more all reuniting. Get all the Love, Actually details.


What were your favourite blog stories from the last week? Let us know @Cineworld.