Blake Lively has been named the world's most desirable woman.
We're off to market to see Diana Dors and getting an Edinburgh tour from Ian Rankin
Once your books have become a cultural phenomenon, what do you do next? If you're Cecily von Ziegesar, author of the Gossip Girl franchise, the answer is – leave high school behind and graduate to college. Nor is that the only thing she's graduating to. Von Ziegesar's newest novel, Cum Laude, is being marketed not to a teen audience, but to adults.
Golden Globe nominee Robin Wright Penn and Gossip Girl’s Blake Lively head an all-star cast including, Alan Arkin, Keanu Reeves, Winona Ryder and Julianne Moore, in The Private Lives of Pippa Lee, available on DVD for the first time from 2 November.
This curiously named series of books gets its second film make-over, much to the delight of tween girls everywhere.
The writers of 'The Wire' have put a bomb under the war genre with this gripping, intelligent series
Boyfriends, blogs and blazing rows – Gossip Girl is vacuous rubbish aimed at 13-year-olds. And its return is set to be a triumph, says Esther Walker
They're back. A second generation of rich, spoilt teenagers has taken up residence at zip code 90210, says Gerard Gilbert
A teenage drama set in New York's exclusive Upper East Side has become the hottest thing in showbusiness – and is changing the way the world watches television. As Britain falls under its glamorous spell, Stephen Foley explains how a soap about overprivileged rich kids turned into the talk of the town