Older Academy members are continuing to voice their disquiet in the face of a possible cessation of their right to vote for the Oscars.
“Sell-by dates don’t mean anything ... do they?” Bridget Jones is talking about the eco-friendly biodegradable condoms she bought ages ago, and with which she has suddenly ended an aeon-long sex famine by using twice, on getting suddenly lucky with two chaps within a few days: dishy online dating expert (Patrick Dempsey) and her old smoulderer, the unexpectedly single Mark Darcy (Colin Firth).
In her fifth decade in the entertainment industry, country singer Dolly Parton is back at the top of the charts, and showing her business acumen.
A new day generally brings a fresh frontrunner to inherit 007’s tuxedo, with Victoria star Tom Hughes the most recent to join the likes of Idris Elba, Tom Hiddleston and Aidan Turner.
Level Up is available on digital download from 5 September and on Blu-ray and DVD from 19 September.
Precious Cargo is available on EST, Blu-ray and DVD from today
Two real-life magicians also make their clothes disappear in this cheeky new show at Trafalgar Studios
As a machine-tooled vehicle for Mel Gibson’s directorial comeback, Hacksaw Ridge couldn’t be more perfect.
In person, Clint Eastwood recently has the tendency to come across as brash and combative (in an August interview he derided much of America as a “pussy generation” while telling people to “just fucking get over” Donald Trump’s many controversial remarks).
Iceland Airwaves may not have the A&R reputation of South by South West or CMJ, but it does offer as wide a variety of new music as any festival, both local and international (with an obvious focus on Icelandic and Scandinavian talent).
An American Werewolf in London is to be remade by the son of the original director.
Leonard Cohen has opened up about his upcoming 13th album, revealing that most of Popular Problems’ “musical ideas” came from someone else: Patrick Leonard, who co-wrote eight of the LP’s nine songs.
From Asian-infused salads to the humble British pie, the adaptable meat lends itself to a huge array of interesting recipes
Sony Pictures has expanded the digital and theatrical release of controversial comedy The Interview, but international release plans for the film remain unclear.
“Light entertainment, but on steroids” is how Robbie Williams conceived his 11th solo album, a record that reunites the singer with writer Guy Chambers, co-author of umpteen smash hits from the Robbie back catalogue, on a new label.
On Thursday, Bob Dylan was awarded the Nobel prize for literature, sparking controversy among musicians, novelists and fans. That evening in Los Angeles, his songwriting peer and friend Leonard Cohen gave his thoughts on Dylan’s award. “To me,” he said, “[the award] is like pinning a medal on Mount Everest for being the highest mountain.”
Before he was a pop star or a regular presence on reality TV, Pete Burns was a clothes designer and the proprietor of a shop in Liverpool’s Casey Street, catering to the city’s burgeoning punk scene.
Do you check your emails on the toilet or are you more of a traditionalist reading only books and magazines?
For those keen to avoid a mile-high fracas, such as the one over a reclining seat that got the plane diverted, here’s a handy guide
Central Intelligence is available now on digital download, Blu-ray and DVD.
Matt Dillon will star in Lars von Trier’s new film, The House That Jack Built, in which he will play a serial killer.
Rapper Lil Wayne has clarified his comments on Black Lives Matter, putting his claims that the movement “had nothing to do with [him]” down to being agitated by a line of questioning about his daughter.