From across the park, a low-pitched, adolescent chant starts up: “Jess-EE! Jesse-Eisen-BERG!”
Donald Trump lies naked with Taylor Swift, Kim Kardashian, Bill Cosby and Kanye West in a grainy video released with West’s new single, Famous, in a line-up of wax models the rapper says is “a comment on fame”.
January’s much-delayed Anti album saw Rihanna – modern pop’s most prolific hit machine – turn her back on the bangers.
The death of Anton Yelchin has been officially ruled as an accident by the Los Angeles County coroner’s office.
There are countless examples of cult movies that changed in the making, and ended up being better for it.
Roland Emmerich and his producing partner Dean Devlin are developing a big-screen reboot of their sci-fi adventure Stargate.
'Titanic' is back on the London stage and it's awash with great singing and acting.
The actor has spoken about the problems he faced with alcohol during his early career and says his wife saved him from an early grave
The first season of HBO's Vinyl is available to download from April 19.
Vincent Ralph reviews Tim Roth's new movie about gun-running in America.
The Game of Thrones actress has been talking about taking her clothes off for the show.
It was a very close-run thing, but Bryan Adams can sleep easily once more.
David Huddleston, best known for playing the title role in The Big Lebowski, has died at the age of 85.
Pensioners as bank robbers? Yes they are in this British comedy heist Golden Years
For the last few weeks there was a strange sight to behold at the Southbank.
An album featuring David Bowie’s final recordings will be released this autumn.
There are “oh-ohs-ohs” that will sound huge ringing out across stadiums the world over when the band inevitably tour next year, some crunching guitar and then Bono starts singing: “I was chasing down the days of fears, chasing down a dream before it disappeared.”
In the mid-1890s, Parisians reportedly ran screaming from the Lumière brothers’ experimental short film L’arrivée d’un train en gare de La Ciotat, terrified that the train coming towards them was about to run them down.
Gary Numan’s 1979 Top of the Pops debut, singing Tubeway Army’s Are “Friends” Electric?, not only launched the first mainstream electronic pop star but brought us the first No 1 single about a robot prostitute.