Harrison Ford has become the highest-grossing actor in the US after record numbers for his latest film, Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
If you expected the new year to usher in new music atop the UK charts, then think again.
Quentin Tarantino’s audacious talent as a screenwriter powers this brilliantly cast, superbly scored and horribly violent epic about a bunch of snowed-in desperadoes
Toy company announces a new edition of the board game to include Rey following days of fan complaints surrounding the lead character’s omission
Champagne Life, which will showcase work of 14 artists, attempts to redress gender disparity in contemporary art
Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ female lead was omitted from board game’s latest edition in favour of Finn, Kylo Ren, Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader, sparking a furious online campaign
The first series of the crime drama was a compelling cat-and-mouse chase between Gillian Anderson’s detective and Dornan’s stalker; the second dragged everything out. With the third currently filming in Belfast, there’s still time to make it work again
In All Day Long: A Portrait of Britain at Work, Biggs interviewed everyone from footballers to shoemakers about the activity in which we spend a third of our lives. She discusses a demanding, rewarding process
Cineworld, Picturehouse and Curzon cinemas will not screen Quentin Tarantino’s western after ‘joint decision’ with the film’s distributor, while Star Wars reboot blasts hole in opening figures
Mark Ronson's Uptown Funk was the biggest track of 2015
Purists might disagree, but you could argue that this reimagining of the 1960s comeback of jazz trumpeter and singer Chet Baker is closer in spirit to the riffing, improvisational nature of his music than a straight biopic could ever be.
A touch of existential disillusionment and some father issues notwithstanding, this latest instalment of the space adventure doesn’t take itself too seriously.
London’s Royal Opera House is a temple of high culture.