Angelina Jolie’s surgeon has revealed that just four days after she underwent a preventative double mastectomy the Hollywood actress went back to work.
From her late mother, Angelina Jolie inherited the acting bug and a commitment to humanitarian causes. But as the Oscar-winning actress explained in the New York Times, she also inherited a “faulty” gene, which dramatically increased her risk of breast and ovarian cancers.
'Raising awareness' is usually just an empty celebrity culture cliché, but Jolie's article for The New York Times could make a real difference to women's lives.
Attempted comebacks in the entertainment world are frequent, but few get to contemplate one before their 13th birthday. But then, not everyone has had Willow Smith’s early success.
Mozambique-born model Tasha da Vasconcelos criticises adoptions by foreign celebrities
Do not adjust your screen: the above portraits are not the products of a camera but the steady hand and sharp pencil of a London artist with an astonishing eye for detail.
Greenpeace activist Ben Stewart manages to snap Cameron, Osborne and Boris Johnson tucking into pizza and fondue during the World Economic Forum
Heroes are all alike; villains are all villainous in their own way. From Simba to Skywalker, Harry Potter to Frodo Baggins, good guys tend to be earnest outsiders with a destiny and daddy issues. But the way to sort a great fantasy from its lesser rivals is by identifying an excellent baddy. Following the news that Disney has acquired Lucasfilm for $4bn, it seems appropriate to ask which studio has produced the finer villains.
Baukjen, the little sister of chic maternity line Isabella Oliver, has grown up, and is stepping out of its sibling's long shadow, says Rebecca Gonsalves
Yesterday, the 'News of the World Seven' had their first day in court. Andy McSmith was there
English-born actress chosen to be the voice and performance actress of Lara Croft.
Brad Pitt's role as a brutal mob enforcer is not just a gangster story but a commentary on modern living, he said today.
Men-only Palme d'Or shortlist provokes condemnation from French film-makers
A spoof film about Nazis living on the Moon has become an unlikely hit, says Kaleem Aftab
The full-lipped contempt of Léa Seydoux was given more than one airing in Berlin, but the film tipped for prizes is a stern study of the Stasi era