It's a wet weekday night in Brussels.
Chef, now playing in cinemas, is a real treat, from start to finish.
Paramount to air Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle documentary in the US this August.
Shane Black of Lethal Weapon and Iron Man 3 fame to write the treatment and direct
The new Predator film is going to be a sequel not a reboot, fans cans rest assured!
"We'll play together again when hell freezes over," insisted the Eagles' Don Henley when the 70s' biggest-selling American band fell apart in 1980, amid drug abuse, recriminations and backstage punch-ups.
Gary Oldman has apologised for offending Jewish people after a US campaign group accused the Oscar-nominated British actor of peddling antisemitic stereotypes in a conversation about the disgraced star Mel Gibson.
For the film world in which he worked for more than half a century, Eli Wallach established his brand identity as "il brutto", the Ugly, in Sergio Leone's 1966 spaghetti western Il Buono, Il Brutto, Il Cattivo or The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (Lee Van Cleef was the Bad and Clint Eastwood, notionally, was the Good).
Six pages of lyrics written in Bob Dylan's hand have been auctioned at Sotheby's in New York.
The news that Stevie Wright – solo artist, singer for the Easybeats and, thanks to that band’s immortal single Friday On My Mind, Australia’s first international pop star – has died at the age of 68 will not surprise anyone familiar with his story.
A story about self-wringing mops might sound like the worst ever movie pitch – but that’s the deal with David O Russell-directed biopic Joy, opening in UK cinemas on 1 January.
The NHS choir has defeated Justin Bieber to secure the UK’s official Christmas No 1 spot.