Kate Winslet has married her third husband in a private ceremony in New York, her spokesman said on Thursday.
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Gerry Anderson, best known as the creator of Thunderbirds, has died at the age of 83. The film and television producer, whose credits also included the puppet shows Captain Scarlet and Joe 90 had suffered for several years with mixed dementia and died in his sleep, his son announced on Wednesday.
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The American actor Charles Durning, who has died aged 89, first grabbed audience attention as the crooked Lieutenant Snyder in The Sting (1973).
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After claiming that their 2010 Christmas tour would be the last of their annual festive dates, the Pogues have, not unpredictably, reconsidered.
After having been postponed this summer due to bad weather, the Hyde Park extravaganza that never was became a huge indoor celebration of British pop's cheesiest manufacturers – the hit factory that was Stock Aitken and Waterman's PWL enterprise.
It's spawned a new dance style, parodies, copies and a fascination with things Korean – and on Friday afternoon Gangnam Style, the video by the South Korean singer Psy became the first ever to break a billion views on YouTube.
Taylor Swift has found herself embroiled in fresh race-related controversy after the video for her song Wildest Dreams was accused of having racist overtones.
The director of true life drama Concussion, starring Will Smith as a doctor who uncovered a dangerous brain condition which can affect American football players, has denied claims the film toned down its attacks on the US National Football League (NFL) for legal reasons.
Imported snow from Holland was among the secret weapons deployed by Everest director Baltasar Kormákur in his quest to make his 3D film about the disastrous 1996 expedition, when eight climbers died on the world’s highest mountain, as realistic as possible.