Taxi Driver will celebrate its 40th anniversary at the upcoming Tribeca film festival with a special screening.
Fee for lodging divorce petition rising from £410 to £550, but critics say actual cost is £270 and MoJ is making 100% profit
Writer of Bart to the Future episode, aired almost exactly 16 years ago, says idea was consistent with vision of US ‘going insane’
London's LGBT film festival begins today with it's opening night film - The Pass - about a deeply closeted footballer
Four dogs became seriously ill with at least one dying in first UK babesiosis outbreak as experts blame relaxation of pet travel rules
New study could explain why people suffering from PTSD and other psychological disorders can have difficulty forming everyday memories
'Land of our Fathers' is a new play about Welsh miners that is hard - hitting and very realistic
Our surroundings have an incredible impact on how we feel, and clutter can make us feel depressed – so spring cleaning doesn’t just look good, it feels good
Long-mooted instalment in archeologist’s adventures to reunite star, director and producer George Lucas, and be released in 2019
Online spending on films, music and games in the UK has bounced back, thanks to Star Wars: The Force Awakens and consumers buying the back catalogues of David Bowie and Prince.
Six months and three weeks after David Bowie died, musicians still feel compelled to give their tributes, to sing those songs that shaped their lives. It was almost unsurprising when the Bowie prom was announced, promising Bowie with a twist – but who really wants Bowie with a twist? Bowie was the twist: the wayward Bromley boy who turned himself into a peculiar pop art project, perfectly.