Ellen Burstyn has been a star for longer than most of us have been alive. But would you recognise her on the street as she makes her way to her London theatre debut at the Comedy Theatre's production of The Children’s Hour?
It is a gusty Saturday in New York in late February, and Adele is not yet a very big deal.
Ever since World Book Day, there has been a lot of loose talk about "the joy of reading".
In cinemas now: Fair Game and You Will Meet a Tall, Dark Stranger, both starring Naomi Watts. You don't need to see both.
They are the new generation of YBAs, but this cohort has no interest in shaking up the art galleries of London.
Film legend Joan Crawford once remarked that "Hollywood is like life, you face it with the sum total of your equipment." A very quick Google search for actor Channing Tatum (and countless have before me), reveals his Hollywood equipment to be an aesthetically pleasing arsenal of pouting, topless shots; a thin, white shirt flapping in a mysteriously ever-present breeze, revealing a six-pack that rivals Brad Pitt in his Thelma & Louise physical heyday.
There are two rooms at the disposal of those reporting from South by Southwest (SXSW).
Using non-professional actors in a fictional movie is a high-risk business.
It was announced today that Copenhagen-born Kasper Holten will replace Elaine Padmore as director of opera at the Royal Opera House after the 2010/11 season.
John Cusack, the actor, writer and – increasingly – political pundit, has said Barack Obama is “as bad or worse” than George W Bush when it comes to issues such as the NSA, freedom of the press, civil liberties and drone strikes.
After a string of bigger-budget genre fare, Idris Elba appears to be making a move back to more substantial roles.
Kidnapping Freddy Heineken is a fast-paced film about the real life kidnapping of one of Amsterdam's richest men in the early 1980's.