Benedict Cumberbatch, the British actor whose high-profile portrayal of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is generating Oscar buzz, has launched a defence of the man he plays in new movie The Fifth Estate.
Sorrentino proves himself a worthy successor to Fellini here, tracking modern Roman decadence with staggering exuberance and an eye for the stylishly surreal.
Just two days into New York fashion week, the new mood for the catwalk season is already emerging – and it's not pretty.
Lovelace tells the story of Linda Boreman, a woman who wanted a normal life, and her alter-ego, Linda Lovelace, star of the highest grossing porn film of all time: Deep Throat.
Sir Elton John has received the inaugural Brits Icon prize, which will honour artists who have had a "lasting impact" on British culture.
In the 1980's, three men, two who were personal trainers affiliated with the Sun Gym in Miami, kidnapped, tortured and murdered several people. One of those kidnapped was the client of one of the two men. Pain & Gain tells this story.
For half a century, Sir David Frost, who has died aged 74 of a heart attack, was hardly ever off our television screens, from 1960s satire on the BBC to encounters with the great and good on al-Jazeera. In the process, he became the world's most celebrated television interviewer.
I can walk down the street and someone will come up and say, 'Weren't you the bassist in Nirvana?'" says Krist Novoselic.
When Hollywood does Armageddon it tends to be in the form of asteroids, aliens or zombies, with the action on screen.
At a press conference for espionage thriller Bridge of Spies, set in 1960s East Berlin, the director expresses concerns over cyber-hacking, while star Tom Hanks says US should never torture terror suspects
At the New Yorker festival, the producer talked about his career, from producing Amy Winehouse to pocketing $100 from Puff Daddy, before performing six songs
I was sitting at my desk, immersed in the role of the Calvinist church in Dutch history, the steady single flame of my concentration holding impressively steady, when it suddenly occurred to me that I hadn’t seen From Russia With Love for a few months.