Jess Denham

Jess Denham reports on Arts + Entertainment for The Independent website

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Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman will star in Doctor Who series 8 in August

Doctor Who series 8 first episode to screen in cinemas worldwide

'Deep Breath' will open the next run on the same day it airs on BBC One

Dan Smith of Bastille would like a dragon to bite his head off and roast him with fire, were he to die on Game of Thrones

Bastille choose their Game of Thrones demises: Dragon roasting, beheading and death by orgy

Dan Smith and the band are fans of the award-winning fantasy drama

Michael J Fox and Christopher Lloyd in 1985's Back to the Future

Secret Cinema cancels Back to the Future screening once again after leaving fans in the dark for hours

The company has still not explained their reasons for disappointing fans

Jo Brand says she's mellowed a lot

Britain's Got Talent and The X Factor 'wheel on people who have mental health problems' says comedian Jo Brand

The comedienne and former mental health nurse thinks the shows encourage audiences to laugh at vulnerable people

Comic book legend Stan Lee is a staple at the annual Comic-Con festival in San Diego

Comic-Con 2014: Marvel legend Stan Lee cancels appearances at last minute

The comic book legend has lost his voice after suffering from laryngitis

Secret Cinema keeps customers waiting for announcement on cancelled Back to the Future screenings

Cinema-goers are still in the dark about whether tonight's show will go ahead

Christopher Nolan and Matthew McConaughey surprise fans at Comic-Con

Christopher Nolan and Matthew McConaughey make surprise Comic-Con 2014 appearance to showcase new Interstellar trailer

The director and Oscar-winning actor are keeping plot details hushed

Benedict Cumberbatch and John Malkovich talk Penguins of Madagascar at Comic-Con

Comic-Con 2014: Sherlock questions banned as Benedict Cumberbatch fans dominate Penguins of Madagascar panel

The British actor was making his debut appearance at the San Diego event

Michael J Fox and Christopher Lloyd in the first Back to the Future film in 1985

Secret Cinema cancels Back to the Future screening just 90 minutes before doors open leaving disappointed fans seething

The organisers have said the decision was due to 'unavoidable circumstances'

Duran Duran are sueing Worldwide Fan Clubs for alleged failed contractual payments

Duran Duran sue own fan club for $40,000 over alleged breach of contract

The Eighties pop group are seeking damages from Worldwide Fan Clubs

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