A very nervous Patti Smith initially stumbled through A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall in Stockholm on Saturday in a performance given to mark Bob Dylan’s Nobel prize for literature.
Taylor Swift and former One Direction member Zayn Malik have redeemed 2016 for their fans, releasing a surprise new song together for the soundtrack to Fifty Shades Darker.
“I’m Spartacus!” – “I’m Spartacus!” – “I’M SPARTACUS!” Every film buff knows that moment, every panel-show comedian riffs on it.
Jennifer Lawrence has drawn scathing criticism for an anecdote she told on the BBC, about disrespecting local customs while shooting in Hawaii.
A bold new film about two football players and their relationship on and off the field
A bold and tragic Sam Shepard play with excellent acting but a bit too long to sit through
Greg Lake, who has died of cancer aged 69, first rose to fame with a brief stint in King Crimson before achieving colossal success with Emerson, Lake & Palmer during the 1970s.
There is one thing no one could deny about this season’s London Fashion Week: it was the schedule for the new must-see designers making waves in the industry.
Neil Armstrong, who died on Saturday, reminds us how little we remember about space exploration in the early 1970s.
Dusty Crophopper has dreams of becoming a race plane; however, being a tiny crop duster does not exactly guarantee speed. Dusty does not let his dreams fade, and he does everything he can to become a racer plane in the new Disney animated film Planes.
I ran into a friend on the street this past spring. "Oh!" I said. "I didn't realise you played tennis." She replied: "I don't," then offered no explanation as to why she was wearing a little skirt.
Bandanas in red, black and blue, worn as headbands and wrist ties and neckerchiefs – David Beckham's BBC1 show Into the Unknown was a celebration of the 'this season's undisputed soft accessory'
The colourfully customised 1965 Porsche is expected to fetch more than £260,000 at an auction in December
Transport for London approves creation of protected cycle routes across the capital despite warnings of traffic gridlock
I first saw Meryl Streep in a terribly unflattering light: in Kramer vs Kramer, as the mother who leaves behind her young son and husband to find herself.
Once the preserve of the super-rich, owning a personal patch of secluded real estate surrounded by water is now within reach of the merely wealthy
Vincent Ralph reviews a preview of Groundhog Day the musical.