"Surprises," says Pauline Collins. "That's what I love about this business. Even at my age, you can get surprises."
Japan is a strange place. It is a small island nation that has helped shape the Internet and the world immensely out of proportion with its size and influence.
In a quiet US box office week, where the loudest noise was that of approaching hobbits, Skyfall reclaimed the No 1 spot for the first time since it debuted four weeks ago.
The art world is watching to see the fate of billionaire hedge-fund owner Steven A. Cohen.
"Unexpected" is right, for a couple of reasons. Peter Jackson, the man who brought Lord Of The Rings to the big screen to eardrum-shattering acclaim 10 years ago, is now taking just the same approach to Tolkien's much slighter, slimmer children's book The Hobbit. It's getting expanded into three movie episodes of which this whoppingly long film is the opener.
Save for the Rolling Stones, whom they turn 50 just behind, no other major British rock band has outlasted Status Quo.
The band's 50-year anniversary tour comes with steep ticket prices. But how high are they comparatively ? See what these prices would have bought in the band's inaugural year.
Sir Patrick Moore, who has died aged 89, had the air of a crusty, uncompromising bachelor and slightly dotty boffin who could have walked straight out of a Victorian or Edwardian novel.
One Direction are currently the most popular boyband in the world, apparently.
Those of us who believe Bill Murray to be God are quite sincere in our belief. We're not just saying it to be nice. What otherwise are we to make of his majestic inaccessibility, his lack of an agent or a publicist or even a telephone number?
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.