Prisoners has retained its number one spot, while Blue Jasmine looks set to become Woody Allen's most successful UK film release
To the sugar epicurean, what's happening on the screen is of only incidental interest
A miracle of a movie, given Woody Allen's recent film-making history
The actress is starring in Ibsen’s A Doll’s House at the Duke of York’s Theatre, London. She tells Charlotte Cripps about her current reading, watching and surfing…
Let the bright one in. Blanchett sizes up the London stage
Scarlett Johansson as Janet Leigh
At 17, Saoirse Ronan is aiming to sustain her reputation for classy roles into her adult career. James Mottram meets her
There are two properties to choose from on Gesail, a working sheep farm near Dinas Mawddwy – a homely farmhouse or the swankier Front Barn that has been nominated for an architecture award. It is a vision of white walls, wooden floors and glitzy bathroom fittings. Surrounded by woodland, streams, waterfalls and wildlife, it is an escape for those who want access to unadulterated countryside as well as comfort.
Flemish-Moroccan choreographer Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui is known for his collaborations. He's recently worked with Akram Khan, with Shaolin Temple monks, with the sculptor Antony Gormley. Gormley is back for Babel (words): Cherkaoui's multi-cultural cast argue in a mix of languages, framed by steel Gormley shapes that suggest towers or cages.
Ridley Scott's new version of 'Robin Hood' is a heavy-handed way to open the most important festival in cinema's year
At first glance the images appear to be advertising the latest in edgy style from the more extreme reaches of high-end fashion.
Dress codes, as anyone who is aware of such things knows, are dead. Instead, a new, improved and rather more brilliantly diverse appearance is the order of the day at any half-glamorous event one might care to mention. Even the red carpet - for the past five years, home to an endless procession of strapless, corseted, fishtail gowns - has seen skirt lengths rise in recent months, and then fall, and then rise again, depending only upon the whims of the celebrity in question. There's no predicting what people may or may not wear these days, then. And that is a good thing.