Some films were made for the internet well before the internet was made for them.
Ozzy Osbourne’s former bassist Bob Daisley has sued the musician and his company Blizzard Music Limited for unpaid royalties.
Nobody likes a name-dropper, but then if you’d gained a love of gospel music from sitting up nights singing with Elvis, you’d probably mention it too.
He’s been through a breakdown, a Prozac addiction and hours of therapy, but David Brent hasn’t changed a bit. The world, however, has. It’s a harder, meaner place, with less time to indulge an amiable idiot.
French bistro hits the spot in Hoxton Square
Critics may have been largely unimpressed, but Suicide Squad defied sunny skies to deliver a robust UK opening of £11.25m from 573 cinemas.
The Maccabees have announced they are to split.
Don’t laugh, but Zac Efron is shaping up to be one of the funniest actors in American cinema today.
Vincent Ralph reviews a preview of Groundhog Day the musical.
A world without America would be hardly worth living in, argues Peter Conrad in his survey of the vast cultural reach of the US
A fourth Toy Story film is to be released by Disney-owned studio Pixar in 2017 with original director John Lasseter returning to take charge of the cameras.
The struggles of a young drummer at an elite music school make for surprisingly gripping viewing, solos and all
Remixes rule in this month's workout music round-up.
The pub chain is now the fifth-most-popular breakfast destination in the UK. What’s the attraction? We shared a fry-up with early-morning customers in one of the chain’s Lincolnshire boozers
It’s been described as “the biggest reunion in pop”. Today, Matt and Luke Goss have announced they will be reforming for a show at the O2 arena.
Guardians of the Galaxy, the tongue-in-cheek superhero movie starring Chris Pratt, has comprehensively topped a study of the deadliest blockbusters, thanks to an especially bloody finale.
On Thursday 1 October, the first tickets for Glastonbury go on sale. Use these tips to beat the mad rush
At just $53,000 per night, you and 27 of your closest friends can have Necker Island entirely to yourselves!