January’s much-delayed Anti album saw Rihanna – modern pop’s most prolific hit machine – turn her back on the bangers.
The death of Anton Yelchin has been officially ruled as an accident by the Los Angeles County coroner’s office.
There are countless examples of cult movies that changed in the making, and ended up being better for it.
Roland Emmerich and his producing partner Dean Devlin are developing a big-screen reboot of their sci-fi adventure Stargate.
'Titanic' is back on the London stage and it's awash with great singing and acting.
Ten years ago, Rufus Wainwright did something extraordinary – even bizarre: he performed a cover version of an entire concert. Judy Garland’s 1961 performance at Carnegie Hall is a legendary night in showbiz, marking a comeback after a period of ill-health and addiction in order to claim her crown as the world’s greatest entertainer.
Leonardo DiCaprio has been ordered by a judge to give testimony in a lawsuit surrounding 2013 comedy The Wolf of Wall Street.
As arguments continue to rage over diversity issues in cinema, repeated complaints over Hollywood’s insensitivity towards Asian themes and actors have begun to make an impact, joining a long-running crisis over the participation and portrayal of African Americans in the film industry.
Bruce Springsteen has again condemned Donald Trump, with less than a month before the US presidential election. Springsteen, who had previously called the Republican presidential candidate “a moron”, told an audience in London: “It’s a terrible thing that’s happening in the States. He’s undermining the entire democratic tradition.”
This is Kings of Leon as you haven’t really heard them before: pop-facing, channelling the guitar sounds of the 1980s.