What did Dr Seuss do before he created whacked-out and totally awesome children's books? Created whacked-out and totally awesome advertisements. Logically.
"Oh, I am so much more excited about the Jubilee than I am about the Olympics," said a super fabulous banker friend the other day. So we asked him what he was going to be doing. And eating. And wearing.
In what can only be the shortest theatrical releases ever, dark, sci-fi flick, Iron Sky, opens in UK cinemas tomorrow for one day only, and becomes available on DVD this Monday.
Robin Gibb, who has died aged 62, was one of the three brothers who made up the international chart-topping group the Bee Gees.
Donna Summer, the singer who perhaps more than any other defined the disco era, has died aged 63 of cancer.
My husband graciously let me sleep until 10:45am. When he woke me, he said with a smile: "How is you staying up until 4am reading 50 Shades of Grey different from me staying up all night watching porn? Which, by the way, I don't do."
In the new thriller, Silent House, a young woman named Laura (Elizabeth Olsen) is trapped in a boarded-up house, while a mysterious presence chases her.
Is it possible to say this in 2012, when Tate Britain is showing the largest ever Picasso show and is inundated with visitors?
When asked to review this new play, my heart sank. Even an upbeat person with a sunny disposition can't help but shrink back when being faced by a drama based on a man named Chris Larner who helps his wife die in Switzerland, one of the 190 Brits to have chosen the Dignitas option.
Started by Robert Redford in 1978, The Sundance Film Festival has grown to become one of the most prestigious film festivals in the world. Held every January in Park City, Utah, the film festival is a showcase for new films from around the globe, and is now coming to London for the very first time.