We are a week away from the biggest show in the wrestling calendar so let's look at the Wrestlemania card and who could come out on top.
Sean Penn, more muscular than ever, takes a stab at Liam Neeson's Taken trilogy with his own thriller, which is way off it's mark.
It is perhaps the most famous fairytale of them all, the rags-to-riches story of a persecuted young woman who escapes domestic abuse, thanks to some magic and the love of a royal scion of a conveniently nearby palace. What’s not to like about Cinderella?
Adam Sandler's latest movie, Pixels, get's a geeked out trailer.
Justin Bieber is being sued by the neighbour whose house he egged, on the grounds of emotional distress. Jeff Schwartz claims that months before the star threw eggs at his house, his bodyguard shouted anti-semitic abuse.
Spectre looms and the slow drip of information for the 24th Bond film has begun.
As the followup to the third-highest-grossing movie of all time, upcoming superhero sequel The Avengers: Age of Ultron has been widely tipped to be 2015’s biggest film at the global box office.
25 year-old director Xavier Dolan gives us another excellent reflective film in Mommy.
This annual very popular film festival kicks off on Thursday March 19th with the James Franco film I Am Michael.
Having debuted with £5.31m plus £2.05m in previews, X-Men: Apocalypse looked on course for a solid second weekend, perhaps declining at a similar rate (53%) to the second frame of previous X-Men title Days of Future Past.
So Beyoncé cut a country record.
With his second direct-to-Netflix endeavor, The Do-Over, Adam Sandler has found a way to warp time.