A new day generally brings a fresh frontrunner to inherit 007’s tuxedo, with Victoria star Tom Hughes the most recent to join the likes of Idris Elba, Tom Hiddleston and Aidan Turner.
Level Up is available on digital download from 5 September and on Blu-ray and DVD from 19 September.
Precious Cargo is available on EST, Blu-ray and DVD from today
Two real-life magicians also make their clothes disappear in this cheeky new show at Trafalgar Studios
As a machine-tooled vehicle for Mel Gibson’s directorial comeback, Hacksaw Ridge couldn’t be more perfect.
In person, Clint Eastwood recently has the tendency to come across as brash and combative (in an August interview he derided much of America as a “pussy generation” while telling people to “just fucking get over” Donald Trump’s many controversial remarks).
Madonna has attacked Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s sons after they posed for a picture with a leopard they had killed during a hunting trip in Africa.
Everyone has a boxing film in them. But Miles Teller already did his. An ambitious talent driven to breakdown by his coach; a rise, a fall and a rise again: it hardly mattered that jazz drumming was Whiplash’s game. It was a better boxing drama, a better sports drama, a better film, than Bleed for This, a biopic of Rhode Island fighter Vinny Paz that goes toe-to-toe with genre cliche and ends up on the canvas.
In a letter to be auctioned this month, the 007 author writes that Goldfinger’s lesbian love interest only needed ‘the right man’
Vincent Ralph explores the changes of one of Game of Thrones' most beloved characters.
Booking Morrissey to end your festival is the same as betting on George Jones or Axl Rose or Lauryn Hill or any other artist from both the past and present known for not owning a wristwatch.
The re-opening of Prince’s Paisley Park home as a museum will happen for a few days starting Thursday, after the city council in Chanhassen, Minnesota, granted a temporary permit to open the facility.
Back in 2012, Emeli Sandé’s debut album Our Version of Events spent 10 weeks at No 1.
A unique film about two young men trying to survive in an unrecognisable London
Lyndel Rhodes, 92, was all smiles as she listened to Willie Nelson’s new song. The reason? She wrote it.
The actor Leonardo DiCaprio has said he thinks that those who don’t believe in climate change should not hold public office.
Guardians of the Galaxy, the tongue-in-cheek superhero movie starring Chris Pratt, has comprehensively topped a study of the deadliest blockbusters, thanks to an especially bloody finale.