Another Republican luminary has gone public with strong feelings about Donald Trump. Really, really strong feelings. He didn’t pussyfoot like Paul Ryan. He wasn’t a convention no-show, like John Kasich.
With Finding Dory now the most successful animated movie of all time at the US box-office ($469m so far), the pressure was on the UK division of Disney – which has always performed well with Pixar movies – to come up with a similar result.
Mel Gibson and Sean Penn are set to star in Professor and the Madman, a real-life drama about the creation of the Oxford English Dictionary.
Early on in Drake’s headlining set for his seventh annual OVO Fest – a four-day celebration of the label he co-founded – he chants: “Started from the bottom, now we here” against a giant, Tron-like animation of the CN Tower.
For Frank Ocean fans, the long wait looks as though it is finally over.
Actor and singer Gloria DeHaven has died at the age of 91.
It's not trading stocks it's trading for money where the loser gets killed
It was a very close-run thing, but Bryan Adams can sleep easily once more.
Online spending on films, music and games in the UK has bounced back, thanks to Star Wars: The Force Awakens and consumers buying the back catalogues of David Bowie and Prince.
At last, a smidgen of good news for Tim Roth, after the fiasco that is his Fifa film, United Passions.
Tom Hiddleston stars as Country & Western singer Hank Williams in a biopic that falls flat
The year of 1967 was one of love and hate in the US.
The half-serious thing they always say about jazz, particularly the “cool jazz” popularized by Miles Davis, is that you have to listen to the notes they don’t play.
The DORIAN award winners have been announced by GALECA and Carol is the big winner
Indian censors are under fire after handing Disney’s forthcoming remake of The Jungle Book the local equivalent of a PG rating, indicating a requirement for parental guidance for the under-12s, because it features “scary” animals.
For five years, film exhibitors and studios have descended on Las Vegas each spring for CinemaCon, the annual industry gathering, where Hollywood touts its upcoming product.
The world's biggest movie magazine has announced an exciting new event.
The story of dreadful Aunt Alberta is a perfect marriage of text and pictures from 'the fastest‑growing children's author in the UK'