Nuance isn’t a huge priority for this goofily ridiculous and disposable comedy directed by Will Speck and Josh Gordon whose 2007 comedy Blades of Glory is incidentally growing in prestige to the level of Zoolander and Anchorman.
“The Social Network’s Evil Twin” could be one way of describing Oliver Stone’s expertly made movie: a tense, taut drama with heart-stopping moments – Stone’s best since his 90s paranoia thrillers Nixon and JFK.
Sussex hip-hop bluesman Rag’n’Bone Man has been named the Brits critics choice winner for 2017.
Johnny Depp is the year’s most overpaid actor, according to Forbes.
Nine Lives is available on EST from 10 December and Blu-ray and DVD from 12 December 2016.
The Waking Dead has a new villain and he seems to be invincible.
The Walking Dead is sleepwalking through its latest season with the Rick we know and love seemingly dying along with his companions.
Tuesday’s announcement of the nominations for the 59th annual Grammy awards, which will be handed out on 12 February, had some expected outcomes – Beyoncé dominated, with Lemonade and its affiliated properties receiving nine nominations, while Adele’s 25 scored her five nominations. As with any attempt to winnow down pop music to some semi-arbitrary notion of “bests”, though, the real stories come from what might be missing.
Morrissey has cancelled all remaining dates on his US tour, while placing the blame squarely with his management.
A less distinctive and eccentric performer than Carrie Fisher, who has died after a heart attack aged 60, might well have had an entire career eclipsed after playing one of the leads in the most successful movie franchise of all time.
After releasing a new track, Facts, on New Year’s Eve, Kanye followed it up with another new track, No Parties in LA, on 18 January.
This year’s Golden Globe nomination list might be notable for being the one that brought Mel Gibson out from under his pall of shame and back to the Hollywood top table – a place which many had thought would be for ever denied him.
The actor and celebrity Zsa Zsa Gabor has died aged 99.
Just last month Rolling Stone magazine named their 40 greatest rock documentaries of all time. Don't Look Back - a documentary about Bob Dylan's 1965 tour - was their number one.
‘There are romantic songs - because his songs are deeply romantic – and there are songs about violence and the ugly world surrounding us’ says director behind the forthcoming stage show
International Star Wars day brings new cast shots.
A bold new film about two football players and their relationship on and off the field
Robin Williams was eager to play the half-giant gamekeeper Hagrid in the Harry Potter films – but was turned down by producers on account of his nationality.
"Hi, everybody!" squeaked the familiar voice of Liza Minnelli as she stepped on to the stage of the Royal Festival Hall for the first time in exactly 40 years.
The digital download, ushered in to the mass market more than a decade ago by Apple’s iTunes music store, is in rapid decline as people shift to streaming services such as Spotify and Apple Music.
There he would be, stage right, dressed almost always in a shirt – usually white, or blue denim – with one too many buttons undone, untucked over blue jeans, white sneakers on his feet.
George Michael, who has died aged 53, was Britain’s biggest pop star of the 1980s, first with the pop duo Wham! and then as a solo artist.