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'Maybe one day we could be the English Matt Damon and Ben Affleck...'
Acclaimed production to close less than eight weeks into its run
If you don't want to get tangled up with The Vulture, better fasten your seatbelt ...
Here is the full list of winners for the 84th Academy Awards:
Nostalgia reigned supreme in Hollywood, as the film industry saluted the golden era of its craft by handing a slew of Oscars to The Artist, the black-and-white, largely-silent, independent movie which has completed a trailblazing journey through this awards season.
Who really deserves to win and who was disgracefully left off the shortlist?
Fangs away but love still has bite for raunchy R-Pattz
Even the best get overlooked and humiliated at times. So, join the snub club
Even at 89, the man behind the phenomenally successful comic book and film franchises isn't slowing down – and, in a rare interview, he says he can't wait to meet his fans in London later this month
Theatre: I try to go to the theatre as much as possible. I saw 'The Ladykillers' at London's Gielgud Theatre, which was hilarious. The run has been extended because it has been so popular. It was some of the best stage acting I have seen, with a very clever set.
The Oscar-winning actor Anthony Hopkins has composed a collection of classical works. Many of the pieces are inspired by memories of his childhood in south Wales, he tells Jessica Duchen
Directors, actors and critics hit back at David Cameron's call for film funding to focus on "commercially successful" pictures, arguing it would "dilute the quality of the product and mean "we won't move forward culturally".
Scantily clad women may be popular on the walls of art galleries but are apparently unwelcome among the visitors. The Musée d'Orsay is threatening legal action after a publicity stunt by the clothing chain Etam saw models in underwear running through the gallery's Impressionist collection.
The archetypal "cheerful cockney" on screen, Harry Fowler was also the quintessential character actor.