John Berry, the artistic director of the beleaguered English National Opera, is leaving the company with immediate effect after 20 years, following months of rumbling controversy about the future of the company and its Arts Council funding, and a string of senior resignations.
The actor Omar Sharif, who has died aged 83, was introduced to the international screen in one of the most dramatic star entrances of film history.
Fans screamed for Harrison Ford at the Star Wars: The Force Awakens Comic-Con panel in San Diego on Friday evening, but the scene in the crowd was bedlam after director JJ Abrams asked the audience, “Who wants to go see a live Star Wars concert right now?
Some fans argue Oscar-winning actor is too young to play the role, but others point out Tomei is the right age to play opposite the new teenage Peter Parker
Amazon promise more deals than Black Friday on July 15th 2015
Taylor Swift's "1989" became the fastest to hit 5 million U.S. sales since 2004, Billboard reported.
Paula Hawkins’s novel has now been top of the UK hardback book chart for 20 weeks, outlasting even Dan Brown’s Lost Symbol
Oh my Glob! Finn & Jake will return for more Adventure Time.
As ever, RiRi went controversial in her new video for Bitch Better Have My Money. But why, asks Rachel Roberts, who is stripped, tortured and killed by the singer in the video, is it considered any worse than Tarantino?
In the UK, Asif Kapadia’s study of the late singer has charted the highest ever box office for a homegrown non-fiction film, and scored a $37,002 site average in the US
The actor Matt Damon has declared himself unconcerned about the prospect of being replaced in the action franchise with which he’s become synonymous.
Her new film may chart the obsession of a memory-challenged blue tang fish looking to be reunited with her parents, but actor and talkshow host Ellen DeGeneres says family is not “about blood relations” but about a place of “support”.