He hardly needs to give up his day job, but Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood seems to have a pretty good alternative career lined up as a film composer.
In Haruki Murakami's bestselling novel of 1987, the 37-year-old narrator, Toru Watanabe, is transported back to his student days in late 1960s Tokyo by hearing the Beatles' "Norwegian Wood" on the loudspeaker system of an airliner as he flies into Hamburg.
Right now in the West End, Judy Garland is alive starring in End of the Rainbow.
"Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace" has an official 3D theatrical release date. The time is close when you'll be able to see Jar Jar Binks in glorious 3D.
The Oscars are upon us this weekend. Who will win? Who SHOULD win? Read on...
After nine years of putting his Economics degree to work as a Relationship Director at RBS, providing asset finance for commercial enterprises in the South East and London, Ben Waine's father died, and he took stock of his life.
Even now, the die is being cast.
He is perhaps best known for his carefully guarded anonymity, but Banksy has this week discovered that the Oscars do not "do" enigma.
A man has been shot dead at a cinema in Latvia after a fellow movie-goer objected to the volume at which he was eating his popcorn.
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?
In the UK, Asif Kapadia’s study of the late singer has charted the highest ever box office for a homegrown non-fiction film, and scored a $37,002 site average in the US
Earth is in trouble once more in the first Independence Day: Resurgence teaser.