More than a decade after she stormed the charts, Eve is returning to hip-hop from acting.
Two years after a stammering king earned him Oscar glory, director Tom Hooper returns with his adaptation of Victor Hugo’s tale of self-sacrifice and redemption in 19th Century France.
This musical is based on Roald Dahl’s story of an exceptional young girl born into a rather strange and weird family, which think of the telly as an educational tool and are freaked out by her reading books.
...by playing video games. (Huh?)
If you can't beat them, buy them!
Divorced or widowed parents fall into one of two camps: proactive in finding love again, or basically uninterested.
I had not anticipated to commence my review of this play about psychotropic drugs with these words, after all, the production was lauded unanimously everywhere. But this is an infuriating play!
You should be aware that this is the hottest tickets in London theatre right now. I saw this the other week, and there were 30 people queuing for returns. Apparently, this is a daily occurrence.
This fake Dannon ad is ridiculously spot on.
Video games are responsible for a lot of things. But could they be responsible for bettering the world?
Now that Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson has been given the all-clear from cancer, Iron Maiden are set to return with their long-promised double album.
Tom Hanks is in final talks to play the pilot who flew his stricken aircraft into the Hudson river, saving all 155 passengers, in Clint Eastwood’s real-life drama Sully.
At last, a smidgen of good news for Tim Roth, after the fiasco that is his Fifa film, United Passions.