Bad trip: 'Moshi Monsters: the Movie' is garish hokum

Moshi Monsters: The Movie (U) - film review

Moshi Monsters is an online, interactive game that allows children to own their own pet monsters. This opportunistic movie spin-off will make no sense at all to most adult audiences and may well leave the kids frustrated as well.

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Joan Fontaine at her loveliest and Olivier at his most repressed in
Hitchcock’s Gothic suspense thriller – and who will ever forget
Mrs Danvers?

Joan Fontaine: No one else suffered so glamorously on screen

Outside of Hitchcock’s greatest films, Fontaine was  best known for her long-running feud with her sister, Olivia de Havilland

The BBC Trust has rejected a complaint over its decision not to play Ding, Dong, The Witch Is Dead in full after Lady Thatcher's death

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Video: The career of Vivien Leigh

With a retrospective of actress Vivien Leigh's career showing at the BFI Southbank in London next month, watch the videos below to see trailers for two of her most famous films:

Vivien Leigh

Gone with the wind? No, it haunted her for life

Vivien Leigh was a fragile superstar who always struggled with her most famous role, says Geoffrey Macnab

Billy Connolly opts for a smart moustache and beard combination

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Parkinson's disease has become an essential part of who I am

Photo of Vivien Leigh by Angus McBean. Leigh's archive - including letters sent to her husband Laurence Olivier and diaries written until just before the Gone With The Wind star's death - have been acquired by the V&A.

V&A buys Vivien Leigh archive: Unseen photographs, diaries and letters to Laurence Olivier made available to the public

Vivien Leigh's archive - including letters sent to husband Laurence Olivier and diaries written until just before the Gone With The Wind star's death - have been acquired by the V&A.

Original Munchkin actress Margaret Pellegrini who has died at the age of 89.

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Neil Hannon: 'I settled on Nile Rodgers; he's the coolest man alive, really...'

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'I settled on Nile Rodgers; he's the coolest man alive, really...'

The statue of Fred Perry at Wimbledon on the day of Andy Murray's victory

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When Andy Murray was asked, prior to the final, what Fred Perry might have told him going into the biggest match of his life, Murray quipped: "Why are you not wearing my kit?"

One Minute With: Susie Boyt, novelist

Where are you now and what can you see?

<p><em>Gloria Swanson (Norma Desmond): <strong>Sunset Boulevard</strong></em></p>
<p>“There’s nothing else. Just us, the cameras, and those
wonderful people out there in the dark!…All right, Mr. DeMille, I’m ready for
my close-up.”</p>

Hollywood silences leading ladies as speaking roles for women slump

"Mr DeMille, I'm ready for my close up…now give me something to say." Speaking roles for women in Hollywood blockbusters have fallen to their lowest level in five years, a new report has found.

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1. The sick man of Europe.

Kanin pictured in 2006 at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Beverly Hills

Fay Kanin: Screenwriter who was blacklisted before becoming president of the Academy

Kanin was a true pioneer, who began her career when the film industry was dominated by men

'Ding Dong! The Witch Is Dead' closer to number one spot as it reaches top five following Margaret Thatcher's death

Lady Thatcher’s death could propel The Wizard Of Oz track "Ding Dong! The Witch Is Dead to the top of the charts.

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