In 1923, the owners of a famous London wine merchants sat round a table to discuss Scotch whisky.
As I write, there is a hint of sunshine outside, heralded as ever by British wags on Twitter saying funny things like: "What's that ball of fire in the sky? We're all going to die." And since this column is pretty optimistic, I'm going to take a chance and discuss sunglasses.
The first time we see Gemma Arterton in her new film, Byzantium, she is biting off the nose of a lecherous punter in a lap-dancing club.
Tony Stark's superpowers lifted blockbuster "Iron Man 3" to the top of the weekend box office, beating out a strong debut for the lavish Jazz Age drama "The Great Gatsby."
Believe or not, there are 160 new films that will be released between May and August of this year.
The force is coming to Britain. George Osborne, the U.K. finance minister announced on Friday that the next Star Wars film will be made in the country.
Tom Hanks is the most trusted person in the US, according to a poll published by Reader's Digest.
The James Bond film franchise could be forced to move its base from the UK after more than 50 years, unless the greenlight is given for a dramatic increase in studio facilities in the space-starved movie industry, the head of Pinewood Shepperton has warned.
You know how it went: in 2009 JJ Abrams – creator of Lost, director of Mission: Impossible 3 – exhumed the rotting corpse of Star Trek, not only bringing a dying franchise back to life but making it cool.