Ahead of the Sundance screening of Mitt, a festival organiser takes to the stage to explain that Greg Whiteley's documentary on the 2012 presidential nominee is officially incomplete.
For the first time ever a collection of rare jewels found under a cellar floor in 1912 is on display in the Museum of London.
Slapstick Festival, Bristol
The nominations for the 86th annual Academy Awards — also know as the Oscars — were announced yesterday in Hollywood.
Queen artist confirms there's 'still some mysteries to solve' but celebrates news by heading back into the studio, where he and Roger Taylor have been working on previously unheard music featuring the late Freddie Mercury
The adoption party was a great success – but what about children like Scott, Connor and David who weren't picked?
Epic account of stock trading excess starring Leonardo DiCaprio under fire for mocking cerebral palsy.
Agent Scully actor will use her 'ingrained knowledge and rhythm' for SF to pen multi-volume EarthEnd Saga
An incredible true story, The Railway Man tells the story of a British soldier held captive by the Japanese.
The singer is to ditch his band for the tour, which he is undertaking because he has never had a bad review and fancies a challenge
A stage version of the hit movie lands in the West End much to the delight of both children and adults
Britain’s highest-earning standup comedian says fellow comics who accuse him of playing safe are ‘doing everything except make people laugh’