Watching five soppy films a month and then discussing them with your spouse can reduce the likelihood of divorce, apparently. But don't take relationship tips from the following …
On June 27, 2005, the war in Afghanistan claimed the lives of 20 soldiers, the worst single day loss of life for the Naval Special Warfare personnel since WWII. There was one man who survived: Marcus Luttrell. Lone Survivor tells his story.
Or Super Bowl XLVIII, for those who want to be exact about it.
Award-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman was found dead in his apartment in New York City on Sunday.
Sarah Vine (aka Mrs Michael Gove) lays into Hugh Grant with all the relish the Mail can command as he stumbles into yet another impregnation episode (this time featuring a passing Swedish TV producer).
"Our music sells other people's hardware, and it's a hard pill to swallow," said will.i.am at Midem on Saturday.
It's Saturday morning, and Fuse ODG, fresh off a flight from Ghana, is wrapping up an appearance on Soccer AM.
Jesse Eisenberg has been cast as brainbox baddie Lex Luthor, with Jeremy Irons as Alfred the trusty butler, in the upcoming Superman v Batman film.
The band makes a euphoric homecoming loaded with new material that twitches and percolates like nu-rave Sly Stone
Alex Gibney was obliged to reshape his portrait of Lance Armstrong in response to the cyclist's drug disgrace. He salvaged a watchable film – but only just
Taylor Swift falls into a puddle, loses her pendant and is pursued by wolves across a mountain range in her new video.
Entertainment One has just released two new films for the holidays, one (or both) of which may appeal to you.
Tracking agency Excipio reports more people watched pirated films in 2015, with Fast & Furious 7 in second place on Hollywood’s least favourite chart