When John Lennon declared that the Beatles were more popular than Jesus, his boast did not seem far-fetched.
Lou Reed, the US songwriter, poet and vocalist with the Velvet Underground, had a liver transplant last month, according to his wife, the musician and performance artist Laurie Anderson.
Arnold Schwarzenegger has confirmed that previously announced sequels to three of his best-known films, The Terminator, Conan the Barbarian and Twins, all remain on course to enter production.
France's wine sale is going much better than expected.
Rum’s time has finally come.
To onlookers, it might seem like a dream come true: the chance to engage with an incomparable cinema icon and find one's place in movie history.
The Barbican, true to form, dared to bring over this very ambitious reworking of an old classic by Schaubuehne Berlin, who like to think of themselves as the most modern theatre company in Germany.
Sinatra: All or Nothing at All (BBC4) is an impressive piece of work.
Rare handmade color separations of one of Marilyn Monroe’s most iconic images have gone on display in San Francisco, showing the iconic actress in the nude as well as the painstaking effort that went into creating posters before the computer age.