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.
Foo Fighters' newest tour will bring them neither to arenas or clubs, but to their fans' garages.
If you've ever whined about how the Kindle, compact though it may be, doesn't have the look or feel of a nice printed novel – put this in your pipe and read it: the newly invented "flipback" book.
Rose Hilton pulls on her boots, dons a thick coat and strides out with her dog through the garden gate down towards the cliffs.
Robert Lepage’s new work, The Blue Dragon, has been hailed as yet another inventive masterpiece from the super-creative Canadian.
Paula Hawkins’s novel has now been top of the UK hardback book chart for 20 weeks, outlasting even Dan Brown’s Lost Symbol
Oh my Glob! Finn & Jake will return for more Adventure Time.
As ever, RiRi went controversial in her new video for Bitch Better Have My Money. But why, asks Rachel Roberts, who is stripped, tortured and killed by the singer in the video, is it considered any worse than Tarantino?