Sometimes places surprise you. When my friend offered to buy me dinner I was excited. When she mentioned it was at a Marriott hotel, I was less so.
The 57th BFI London Film Festival in partnership with American Express started on Wednesday October 9 with a stellar line up of films.
Kanye West is back on the US Billboard's top 20 singles list, but it isn't for a new song.
More than two decades after his death, the cult of controversial Gallic singer-songwriter Serge Gainsbourg is alive and kicking.
So Harrison Ford is still not quite sure whether he wants to spark up the Millennium Falcon's hyperdrive one last time and head back into the Star Wars universe.
Is Bruce Lee the most technically adept kung fu practitioner ever to shoot action films?
Famously turned down by every studio that director Steven Soderbergh took it to, this lively and gaudy Liberace biopic had to settle for life as a TV movie with cable heavyweight HBO.
Jasmine's life is no longer what it used to be. Once married to a rich businessman in New York City who turns out to be a crook and a cheat, she moves to San Francisco to start a new life. This is the plot of Woody Allen's charming new film Blue Jasmine.
Amazing Grace, a documentary about the singer Aretha Franklin, will no longer screen at the Toronto film festival, which begins on Thursday.
Prince’s brilliant live shows over the last couple of years – and some of them have been stunning – haven’t quite detracted attention from the elephant in the room: that, like many great artists of his vintage, he hasn’t made a genuinely, unarguably classic album for a very long time.