Bryan Singer is set to direct Bohemian Rhapsody, a biopic focusing on the band Queen and their frontman Freddie Mercury.
Two Indian actors are feared drowned after jumping from a helicopter into a reservoir in a stunt being filmed for a Bollywood movie.
“Light entertainment, but on steroids” is how Robbie Williams conceived his 11th solo album, a record that reunites the singer with writer Guy Chambers, co-author of umpteen smash hits from the Robbie back catalogue, on a new label.
In the pre-rock’n’roll era, popular vocalists often flirted with jazz. Many grew up surrounded by the music of the big bands and felt at home with jazz phrasing. Some, like Kay Starr, who has died aged 94, performed and recorded with jazz musicians before finding wider success with pop songs and novelties.
Iceland Airwaves may not have the A&R reputation of South by South West or CMJ, but it does offer as wide a variety of new music as any festival, both local and international (with an obvious focus on Icelandic and Scandinavian talent).
Quentin Tarantino has confirmed in the strongest terms yet that he is planning to give up directing after two more films.
Screenwriter Bill Dubuque has created the forthcoming Netflix TV drama Ozark with Jason Bateman, and he co-wrote the soupy drama The Judge, with Robert Duvall as the town judge being defended on a murder charge by his estranged son, played by Robert Downey Jr.
Nocturnal Animals is a haunting thriller that's dark and very troubling
Kardashian’s selfie is a hymn to the female body that harks back to the liberating portrayals of ample women in Renaissance and baroque art – and proves that ours is the most misogynist age in history
The fixation with dating a trader, I believe, is disillusioning to the countless girls obsessed with bagging one, and causes me to wonder: how much do the predators really know about their prey?
Merle Haggard, who has died aged 79, was one of the most resonant figures in country music for almost half a century.
The weekend after Doctor Strange, and two weeks before Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, the release calendar paused for breath.
From ankle grazers and ankle teasers, exposed ankles became this year’s most off-piste trend. From Acne to Asos, how ‘flanking’ (flashing your ankles) became a style hit
James Corden will host the 2017 Grammy awards.
Billions, starring Damien Lewis and Paul Giamatti is out now to buy on DVD.
While the DLR might be the quicker and more efficient way to get from Canary Wharf into the City, the current outbreak of summer lends itself to taking a more leisurely route: walk from Canary Wharf to the City and you are never far from a beautiful riverside drinking hole.
A naughty book written by four men and a female banker who struggles to succeed are the plots of two films that are released today
Warner Bros’ enormous investment in a new five-part franchise based on the wizarding world created by JK Rowling appears to have paid off.
Right now it is tempting to find parables and parallels everywhere for the current US situation. With this documentary from Nanette Burstein, the zeitgeist-paranoia is justified. Her film is about a man who, in political terms, was John the Baptist to the non-Jesus that is the president-elect.
Tickets for Adele’s shows in Australia were immediately being resold for more than $5,000 after they were released on Monday.