First we had The Hangover for the boys. Then we had Bridesmaids, for the girls. The we had another Hangover (or two). Now we have Last Vegas, for the old age pensioners.
Glinting gems, red carpet couture and conspicuous grooming are all hallmarks of Oscar night that can be relied on to brighten up March.
Paul Walker, the star of the Fast and Furious film franchise, died after the car he was in crashed at a speed of more than 100mph and burst into flames, according to the coroner's report released on Friday.
Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (2013)
Four sixtysomething friends on the loose in America's gambling capital make for sometimes toe-curling entertainment
Boyband's third LP sells 685,000 copies in the UK, while Robin Thicke's Blurred Lines is declared the biggest track of last year
We were told there were 13 ways in which Sherlock could have jumped and lived, but only three potential answers made it on to the show.
Launched on the internet with no promotional fanfare, Beyoncé's new album has enabled the star to define herself on her own terms
I would like to have said this new film, based on the book by the late Nelson Mandela, is an excellent tribute to the former South African and African National Congress President.
Marvel took top spot at the worldwide box office for the second year running, with a $1.215bn sweep for Iron Man 3 (No 5 in the all-time list).
Amy’s opening minute is also its best.
Harrison Ford makes his much-anticipated return to the Star Wars franchise this December, as Han Solo in JJ Abrams’ massively hyped The Force Awakens. Steven Spielberg, meanwhile, wishes the actor would reprise another legendary role.
Since announcing her comeback via a 30-second ad during the X Factor a fortnight ago, Adele has occupied a great deal of newsprint and bandwidth. Yet little has been with the participation of the singer herself.