It was 1974, the year Sophia Loren starred alongside Richard Burton in Vittorio de Sica's final film, The Voyage (Il Viaggio). It was also the year that marked the start of an almost four-decade battle with the Italian tax authorities – a battle that has finally ended.
We've all seen the trailers for the new movie Captain Phillips. But Captain Phillips is so much more than a film about a hijacked ship.
Harry Potter actor Daniel Radcliffe is Britain's richest "young celebrity", according to a survey conducted by Heat magazine.
George Clooney's much-hyped second world war thriller The Monuments Men has surprised Hollywood by abruptly cancelling its planned pre-Christmas release and moving it to an as-yet-unspecified date in the first quarter of 2014.
James Bond star Ben Whishaw is Queen's choice to play Freddie Mercury in the upcoming biopic, according to the band's drummer Roger Taylor.
Following a series of impressive UK performances, HITC contributor, Vincent Ralph, spoke to Australian rock sensation Laura Wilde.
Sylvester Stallone has admitted he fostered a "violent hatred" for rival action hero Arnold Schwarzenegger during the pair's 1980s heyday.
What's the most preposterous aspect of this not-so-great escape: that Sly Stallone should be playing the brains behind the weighty tome Compromising Correctional Institution Security ?
Shia LaBeouf, the actor famous for his starring role in The Transformers series, has been arrested and charged with being drunk in public in Texas.
The Star Wars: The Force Awakens star John Boyega has hit back at “prejudiced” fans who have questioned the casting of a black actor as a stormtrooper in JJ Abrams’ forthcoming film.
After four films as 007, British actor says if he did reprise role, ‘it would be only for the money’