To start with, the thing most often said of Nicolas Cage: he is weird-looking, with constituent parts that don't promise to add up to a movie star.
Britain's biggest musicians' union has entered the growing row over Spotify, demanding that the music streaming service draw up a new minimum pay deal for artists.
Why does anyone dream about being a princess? Traditionally, they make the dullest of movie heroines: skipping around being sweet and innocent, falling victim to wicked stepmothers, waiting to be transformed by the magnificent attention of a handsome prince.
In the 1980s in Anchorage, Alaska, Robert Hansen kidnapped 30 women, then took them into the wilderness where he shot and buried them.
A privacy advocacy group has asked the US Federal Trade Commission to investigate the app created for Jay-Z's new album, Magna Carta Holy Grail.
This week Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg are crowned our reigning kings of bathos, that most British of pastimes.
After two decades of unpredictable weather, the sun blazed down on the 20th T in the Park, turning the Balado site into a dustbowl worthy of a Leone western and creating long queues for the splashy log flume.
Kele Okereke and I are sitting in Brixton Village, south London – the covered market where rows of glistening meat and oddly shaped yams jostle with trendy pop-up restaurants – watching a fight between two men.
It’s safe to assume that Daniel Craig doesn’t just want to be known as the sixth actor to play sexist super-spy James Bond.
The film-maker Roman Polanski has won the latest round of his battle to avoid extradition to the United States over a 1977 child sex abuse conviction, after a Polish court rejected a US application.
Daniel Craig’s fourth Bond film continues to impress in the UK with a first full day beating Skyfall’s £6.2m in 2012