It’s been almost three decades since Paul “shrimp on the barbie” Hogan first doffed his iconic Akubra hat and graced the big screen, wrestling wild animals, sipping pots of beer and comparing knife sizes in the role that defined his career.
There's a touching scene near the end of Alien vs Predator when an eight-foot, fang-faced predator, using the acidic blood from the severed finger of an alien face-hugger, tenderly scorches a mark of courage and respect onto the cheek of the last human survivor.
Follow-up in the works to 1993 comedy about a divorcee who impersonates a Scottish nanny to be closer to his kids
New Jersey casino is reimbursing players in a poker tournament that was suspended after counterfeit chips were discovered.
The whimsical comedy, starring Ralph Fiennes alongside various star cameos, has overtaken The Royal Tenenbaums as Andersen's most financially successful film with $104m
Rapper says: 'I got hit by a car, got married and then had my life turned upside down by an entirely unfounded arrest'
Actor, who played Ian Fleming's secret agent in four Bond films, describes his portrayal of 007 as 'tame'
Even the golden sun (and the artist Goldie) made a special effort to greet the arrival of Matisse in Tate Modern.
When BBC1's The Voice returns next year it will do so without Kylie Minogue, who has left the show after just one series.
Tesco’s opportunistic decision to stock LPs may not bring the hoped-for results, but it could inflict yet more damage on the labels behind vinyl’s resurgence
A truly vintage year for fiction with a strong Booker shortlist, dazzling debuts and a real masterpiece from an old hand
If smiley faces weren’t already taken as a signifier in pop, this album would be plastered in them.