My friend’s recent confession that her wedding would be bridesmaid-free came as a relief: there’s no need to force our friends into a tradition of sameness
Disney’s new live-action version of the 1967 film will have to take great care not to cause offence, critics say
It is 400 years since Shakespeare died and, as part of the festivities, Ian McKellen is spearheading a selection of Shakespearean films at the BFI in London that will tour 110 countries, including Cuba, Iraq, Russia and the US, in the most extensive film programme ever undertaken.
George Clooney has said that Hello! magazine “completely fabricated” an interview with him which they billed as “exclusive”.
Comic claimed he was forced to console the action star after Stallone unexpectedly missed out on the best supporting actor prize
Tuscan wine doesn’t tend to follow fashion, and it’s all the better for it
Ambulance service says its vehicles were stuck at hospital as fire service took 10-year-old with head injury after car accident
How do Elvis, Bing Crosby and Mariah fare if you take Spotify’s data into consideration? We’ve rewritten the record books to take account of modern listening habits
In requesting a photo with his EgyptAir hijacker, Ben Innes displayed surreal genius and cool under pressure worthy of a John le Carré hero
When a 53-year-old Sean Connery resurrected the role of James Bond in 1983 after a 12-year break, even the title of the movie in which the debonaire Scotsman strapped on his Walther PPK and took on the forces of Spectre one last time seemed to hint at the project’s questionable nature.
A Hologram for the King is available on digital download from 12 September 2016 and on Blu-ray and DVD from 19 September 2016.
“I don’t have anything new for you,” Billy Joel admits to his first ever Wembley stadium crowd. “Just the same old shit.”