The Graham Norton Show has an excellent line-up tonight
We'll definitely be tuned in.
Nobody does chat shows better than Graham Norton and the Irishman has a host of movie stars on his couch tonight. To be honest, we're very excited to get the lowdown on two of the summer's biggest films, War For the Planet of the Apes and Spider-Man: Homecoming.
Here's what's in store.
You're friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man will be swinging by, and after stealing every scene that he was in during Captain America: Civil War, we're eagerly awaiting Spidey's latest adventure.
We wonder if his amazing lip-sync performance as Rihanna will also get a mention?
Andy Serkis and Woody Harrelson
Speaking of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Andy Serkis has been a busy man in the comic-book world because the English actor was very prominent in the first trailer for Black Panther. The man who brought Gollum to life will be joined by the supremely cool Woody Harrelson and they're bound to go ape over War for the Planet of the Apes.
To say that we're excited for that film is a massive understatement.
Then again, Woody Harrelson is an absolute legend that can boast about having the likes of Kingpin, Zombieland, True Detective, No Country for Old Men, Cheers, White Men Can't Jump, The Hunger Games and The Edge of Seventeen on his CV.
Oh yeah, he also has the small matter of the upcoming Han Solo film on his plate also.
We wonder if Graham can get some information out of him about that one?
Let's face facts. There's probably going to be 7,237 Transformers films but it's clear that they've got a huge following. The latest installment, Transformers: The Last Knight, hits cinemas on June 21st.
Whenever the Boston native makes an appearance on the show it's memorable, and with a body of work that includes the likes of The Departed, The Other Guys, Ted, Boogie Nights and Three Kings under his belt, we're certain that he'll have plenty of anecdotes.
It's also worth noting that Wahlberg also has experience in the Planet of the Apes universe, he starred in Tim Burton's '01 reboot, so that's probably going to come up at some point.
Ever since she grabbed the world's attention with her breakout performance in Layer Cake, the British actress has continued to impress in the likes of Stardust, American Sniper and Foxcatcher. Her latest role sees Miller return to the theatre where she'll be performing in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.
Music comes from Alison Moyet.
— Graham Norton Show (@TheGNShow) June 16, 2017