Warner Bros Interactive, TT Games and Lego release details and trailer for Lego: Jurassic World.
Joan Armatrading walks on to thunderous applause, a huge grin stretching right across her face. “I actually came out here to do something, but I’ve forgotten what it is,” she frets, gazing around the stage. “Somebody told me that’s what old people do.”
Robert Kirkman, the creator of The Walking Dead, makes no secret of his ambition to “fix comics”.
It’s entirely apt that a film dedicated to replication should exist in multiple versions; there is not one Blade Runner, but seven.
Jay-Z has won control of a Swedish music streaming company after more than 90% of shareholders accepted the star’s $54m (£36m) offer.
There have been so many porkies told about the new Star Wars movies that, last August, the online magazine Slate invented a Rumour Generator to help budding Jedis concoct their own preposterous space opera storylines.
I’m not one of those people who predict endings, but I am married to someone who is.
Russell Brand has cancelled all appearances at this year’s SXSW festival, which opens on Friday with a screening of a documentary about his life.
A very successful book is not turned into a very good movie.
Deal or No Deal host says Top Gear presenter needed more support from management, adding that ‘the viewer is the casualty’
In October the Who’s Roger Daltrey will appear at the star-studded Desert Trip festival in California. Now he’s adding two projects to his calendar: a solo album and an autobiography – both of which, he says, may never see the light of day.
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.