Online spending on films, music and games in the UK has bounced back, thanks to Star Wars: The Force Awakens and consumers buying the back catalogues of David Bowie and Prince.
Six months and three weeks after David Bowie died, musicians still feel compelled to give their tributes, to sing those songs that shaped their lives. It was almost unsurprising when the Bowie prom was announced, promising Bowie with a twist – but who really wants Bowie with a twist? Bowie was the twist: the wayward Bromley boy who turned himself into a peculiar pop art project, perfectly.
The actor Gwyneth Paltrow has revealed plans to step away from her lifestyle website, Goop.
Fans of American Sniper, the Oscar-nominated film in which Bradley Cooper played the highly decorated Navy Seal Chris Kyle, have expressed their unhappiness at the actor’s apparent support for the Democratic party.
Matt Damon returns as rogue agent Jason Bourne in a nonstop action thriller.
Sandy Pearlman, a key pioneer in hard rock, best known as the svengali who propelled Blue Öyster Cult to fame, and who produced the Clash’s second album, has died aged 72.
For more than 50 years, Marianne Faithfull’s blues have both obscured and informed her music.
It’s early 1969, and Miles Davis is in transition.
It’s more than 20 years since the release of PJ Harvey’s first masterpiece, To Bring You My Love, and five since her second, Let England Shake.
Disney is developing a live-action take on Snow White.
The singer Adele has revealed she would be happy if she never had to tour again, in an interview that also covered her long battle with depression and what she described as her “very dark side”.