Ricky Gervais’ award-winning comic creation is heading to the big screen in David Brent: Life on the Road.
Judi Dench is set to play Queen Victoria for the second time in drama Victoria & Abdul.
Aladdin is the newest Disney musical to hit town, and it's magical
It appears that Lady Gaga has lined up her next major acting gig.
The problem faced by many reformed bands is how to sustain the same level of interest – when you’ve played the old favourites to an adoring faithful, what do you do next?
Those who paid witness to the Kanye West’s extravagant New York album and fashion launch in February would have been struck by a surreal intermission: when the rapper unveiled a preview of his own console game.
The opening to Led Zeppelin’s Stairway to Heaven transfixed the venue but Jimmy Page and Robert Plant did not sing or jam guitar.
Zayn Malik has described his struggle with anxiety after it forced the singer to cancel a live performance in London.
Great artists, everyone agrees, listen to their own idiosyncratic muses. They don’t trim their art to please either elitist snobs or the ignorant masses.
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.”