A man I know, a friend of a friend, has fallen in love with ayahuasca, the hallucinogen used in tribal ceremonies in South America. Every so often he heads off to the rainforest, where he joins a retreat and purges his soul. He returns to London, and explains that he feels as though his self, his emotions, have been taken apart and reconfigured – as if he has become someone new.
It gives me the utmost joy to learn that someone who once wrote the line “Spread your wings and let me come inside” has become a knight of the realm.
Angelina Jolie is expected to take on the role played by Lauren Bacall in Murder on the Orient Express, in an upcoming remake of the 1974 classic, directed by Kenneth Branagh.
A film about the lives of two Australian men who face death at such a young age is told in the excellent new film 'Holding the Man'
Jennifer Lawrence has signed on to play Elizabeth Holmes in a movie about the embattled Silicon Valley biotech firm Theranos, which at one point was worth $9bn.
Ed Sheeran’s 2014 summer hit Photograph is at the center of a new $20m lawsuit alleging that the singer/songwriter’s ballad copies a song released by a winner of The X Factor.
Tom Hiddleston has said doesn’t believe he will be the next James Bond. The actor is the popular favourite to take over from Daniel Craig, who starred in the last film, Sceptre.
The four members of Abba performed alongside one another for the first time in over 30 years in Stockholm this weekend.
“People would pay hundreds of pounds to be here. They’d give their heart to be here!” asserts radio presenter Ras Kwame, whose job it is to ensure that enthusiasm blazes away at a level just below outright hysteria.
Older people on screen are an “endangered species”, it has been suggested, according to a new report chronicling ageism in major Hollywood movies.
For the last few weeks there was a strange sight to behold at the Southbank.