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Film review: Riddick (15)

Thirteen years on from the originating movie Pitch Black, Vin Diesel returns as the resourceful, muscle-clad, gravel-voiced ex-con Riddick. And he's still sporting those Day-Glo contact lenses and swimming goggles that allow him to see in the dark. This third instalment (after The Chronicles of Riddick) finds him on a lonely planet, where he's been left for dead by a duplicitous commander of his former empire. Here be monsters, notably a swarm of pincered creatures nicked from – where else? – Alien, and, what's more, a bounty hunter (Jordi Mollà) determined to "bring back Riddick's head in a box". Good luck with that!

Kate Moss by David Bailey, 2013

Unseen David Bailey portraits of Kate Moss and Mick Jagger to go on show at National Portrait Gallery

Previously unexhibited portraits of Mick Jagger and Kate Moss by David Bailey will go on show as part of a retrospective of the renowned fashion photographer at the National Portrait Gallery.

Greg Dyke has set out to temper optimism

Comment: England expects? No it doesn't. The FA chairman, Greg Dyke, delivers a refreshing dose of realism

Thank God for Greg Dyke advising us to put away all thoughts of lifting the World Cup before 2022

Director Paul Greengrass at the launch of the London Film Festival

'British film industry has never been better': Director Paul Greengrass opens London Film Festival 2013

The Bourne Supremacy director said Britain is regularly attracting the best filmmaking talent

Nothing is quite what it seems in the remarkable Upstream Colour

Jonathan Romney on Upstream Colour: Come on in, the water is dazzling

You think cinema has nothing new to say? Then plunge into this work of exhilarating originality

Pete Docter's film gets inside your head

Screen Talk: Pete Docter's film gets inside your head

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Lindsay was a no-show at the Venice Film Festival

Lindsay Lohan no-show at Venice Film Festival premiere of The Canyons

'Today, I am a free man,' says exasperated director Paul Schrader

Film review: Upstream Colour (12A)

The film that messes with your head isn't necessarily an unpleasant experience – for sure, much of Shane Carruth's second feature, following his enigmatic debut Primer (2004), is actually quite beautiful, and with some concentration you may even make a little sense of it.

Material Grill: Madonna, wearing a gold grill over her teeth, pictured at a 'Hard Candy' gym launch. The singer is Forbes' top-earning celebrity having raked in an estimated $125 million last year

$125 million Material Girl: Madonna tops Forbes' top-earning celebrity list 2013

She may be a Material Girl but it seems Madonna, 55, is rather shrewd when it comes to hoarding (as opposed to spending) money. The pop star is the world's top-earning celebrity according to Forbes, raking in an estimated $125 million (£80 million) in the past year, mainly from her $305 million-grossing MDNA tour.

'I can't sing a note': Linda Ronstadt says she has Parkinson's disease

Linda Ronstadt says she suffers from Parkinson's disease, which has robbed her ability to sing.

The king of crime: How writer Elmore Leonard paved the way for Quentin Tarantino

The writer, who died on Tuesday, provided source material for films for well over 50 years

A Belfast Story press kit received by Empire's news editor Chris Hewitt

A Belfast Story director apologises for sending 'nail bomb' promotional kit branded 'the most distasteful freebie ever'

Filmmaker Nathan Todd said the PR package was 'not intended to offend anyone'

London Live's Head of Programming Jonathan Boseley

Jonathan Boseley 'to shake up' British television with new London Live channel

Details have been revealed of London’s first dedicated 24-hour television channel, London Live, which will go on air in the Spring of next year.

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