Luke Blackall

Luke Blackall edits the i's Caught and Social column.

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Director Diablo Cody attends the premiere of DirecTV's 'Paradise'

Diablo Cody says directing films is incompatible with motherhood

Juno writer says leaving her family would be irresponsible

Blue is the Warmest Colour's Léa Seydoux: 'The media made too much of the sex scenes'

Luke Blackall goes backstage at the BFI London Film Festival

Man about Town: Should you drink hard booze over dinner?

The industry want to get you to drink more by finding ways you can enjoy it at mealtimes

American TV evangelist Pat Robertson slams low-carb diets for 'violating' God's principles

Robertson was on a news programme discussing the importance of carbohydrates

Man about town: Marion Cotillard's publicist is rude - and she's not the only one

I know that the promotional roundabout is an exhausting one for actors, but it’s one reason they get to do the jobs that they do

Helen Fielding poses for Vogue; the writer's new instalment of Bridget Jones

'A woman's sell-by date is getting later and later': Helen Fielding on fame, modern women and Bridget Jones

Novelist tells Vogue magazine how she found her huge success hard to deal with

Frank Sinatra (left) could be the father of Mia Farrow's son Ronan (left)

Mia Farrow admits that Frank Sinatra could be the father of her son Ronan

The actress was dating Woody Allen when her 25-year-old son was conceived

Seeking a new position? The book title that promises a whole new meaning to pleasure and work

Sex, as they say, sells. Judging by the book charts, self-help books sell pretty well, too. So combine the two and you could be on to a winner. That might be the thinking behind a new tome - The Kama Sutra Of Work: Why Work Is The New Sex And How To Make Sure You're Getting Enough.

The demise of the exclusive London nightclub? Not if these new places have anything to do with it

While some might write off the exclusive club, there are still a number of new places keen to join the party

The Meadham Kirchhoff spring/summer show at London Fashion Week was faintly 'unsettling'

Man about Town: The fashion world doesn't run late

At least, not on the catwalk - as I found at in a fashion week foyer

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