Jess Denham

Jess Denham reports on Arts + Entertainment for The Independent website

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Ozzy Osbourne's Black Sabbath and Tom Jones might team up for bizarre collaboration

Guitarist Tony Iommi is keen to make a 25-year-old joke happen

Jon Cryer and Ashton Kutcher in the eleventh season of Two and a Half Men

Two and a Half Men reveals gay adoption storyline with Ashton Kutcher and Jon Cryer

Walden Schmidt will propose the idea of child adoption to Alan Harper

Johnny Depp joins Aerosmith to play guitar on stage at Boston gig

The 51-year-old actor performed 'Trains Kept A-Rolling' with the rockers

Ben Whishaw is replacing Colin Firth as the voice of Paddington Bear

Ben Whishaw to replace Colin Firth as voice of Paddington Bear

The Bond star will take over after Firth 'consciously uncoupled' from the role

Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman as Doctor Who and Clara behind the scenes

Doctor Who series 8: BBC apologises for leaked scripts and footage of Peter Capaldi in new role

Fans have been thanked for minimising the impact of a 'damaging mistake'

Bruce Willis is known for the Die Hard franchise

Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 crash: Die Hard 2 pulled from Film 4 in wake of news

The thriller was set to air at 9pm but has been replaced by Road to Perdition

Beyonce leads the MTV VMA Awards 2014 nominations with eight

MTV VMAs nominations: Beyonce, Eminem and Iggy Azalea lead 2014 shortlist

The annual ceremony will take place in California on 24 August

Ben Affleck stars as Nick Dunne in David Fincher's film adaptation of Gillian Flynn's Gone Girl

Gone Girl set to open New York Film Festival

Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike are set to star in David Fincher's thriller

‘Dawn of Planet of the Apes’ also looks set for success in the Chinese market

Andy Serkis' Dawn of the Planet of the Apes Oscars chance in doubt, says Gary Oldman

The Academy has yet to honour performance capture acting at the awards

Garth Brooks, Country Music Singer

Garth Brooks ticket refunds begin for cancelled Dublin gigs

Fans have been promised full refunds after all five July shows were dropped

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