Having bagged their first best animated feature Oscar last year with Frozen, Walt Disney Animation Studios are back in the ring with this visually dazzling and very enjoyable geek romp which may well triumph over the likes of How to Train Your Dragon 2 and The Boxtrollson 22 February.
The controversial hip-hop mogul Marion “Suge” Knight is facing a murder charge, millions in bail money and potentially 30 years in jail after a fatal hit-and-run incident already proving controversial itself.
Louis Armstrong’s long-lost appearance on Desert Island Discs has been found by the BBC, one of four castaways including William Hartnell, the original star of Doctor Who, that listeners will be able to hear for the first time in half a century, from Saturday on Radio 4.
Original Ghostbuster Ernie Hudson has made an apparent U-turn on the first new film in the saga in three decades, describing the casting of a new all-female spirit-bashing quartet as “phenomenal”.
The annual Super Bowl broadcast invariably features a torrent of TV spots promoting the movies that Hollywood hopes will be massive at the multiplexes in 2015.
Jay Z is set to become the next big digital music mogul, after tabling a $56m bid for Aspiro, the Scandinavian company behind streaming services WiMP and Tidal.
With a cover of David Bowie’s Heroes for the soundtrack
The full trailer for Ted 2 has been released despite the teaser originally being tipped for release tomorrow.
Prince and Beyoncé triumphed, the Who were lacklustre and Janet Jackson had a wardrobe malfunction for the ages. So what’s the secret of a storming halftime show at America’s biggest sporting event?