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Skyfall scoops double at Evening Standard British Film Awards

Record-breaking James Bond hit Skyfall was a double winner at a major British movie awards event last night.

Circa 1966: The British pop band 'The Troggs', Reg Presley, (front) Chris Britton, Peter Staples and Ronnie Bond, posing with three telephones.

Reg Presley: The Troggs singer who kept on gigging

Troggs frontman Reg Presley will be remembered as the singer on some of the most enduring hits of the 1960s and for one of rock's most famous outtakes.

Co-handler Ron Ploucha holds Phil, the weather prognosticating groundhog during the Groundhog Day celebration at Gobblers Knob in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, USA

Punxsutawney Phil, rubbish weather forecaster

Punxsutawney Phil, the celebrated groundhog, was taken out of his burrow this weekend to reveal that spring would come early this year. Good news for those Americans who have suffered from the extremes of weather of late, but things look less good for those who prefer a more scientific approach.

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Gone viral: Caleb Landry Jones stars as Syd, a dealer in celebrity illnesses

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The dead parrot! Mrs Sartre!! How did we manage before 'Monty Python'? Very well indeed...

Television choices: The journalist and the jazz man hit all the right notes

TV pick of the week: Dancing on the Edge

Rowan Atkinson as St John Quartermaine
and Conleith Hill as Henry Windscape in Quartermaine's Terms by Simon Gray at the Wyndham's Theatre

First Night: Quartermaine's Terms; Wyndham's Theatre, London

Atkinson gives a masterclass in awkward for return to the stage

Halle Berry in Movie 43

Movie 43 director tells press to 'lighten up' after his film is savaged by the critics

Peter Farrelly took to Twitter to defend his gross-out comedy dubbed the 'Citizen Kane of awful'

Cabaret double act, Frisky and Mannish

Cabaret stars hit back at Simon Cowell and Gary Barlow

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Bradley Cooper: He’s got the profile and looks to take on the role. Plus he’s told the BBC he wants it (he called Armstrong 'fascinating'). Just give it to him! 2-1

Casting: Which actor should take a chance on playing Lance Armstrong?

Ever since Paramount Pictures and J J Abrams announced their intention to make a Lance Armstrong biopic, Hollywood has been thrown into a tizzy over who could play this once-in-a-lifetime role (it screams Best Actor Oscar). Trending has come up with a few suggestions but producers shouldn't forget that if none of these work out, Armstrong could always just play himself. He's already put in convincing performances in You, Me and Dupree, Dodgeball and, of course, that Oprah interview.

DVD review: Now is Good

A hymn to adolescent self-absorption, Ol Parker's Now Is Good stars Dakota Fanning as a teenage girl with one of those rare strains of terminal cancer which don't make you look unhealthy.

Big issue: Sharon Rooney as troubled teen Rae Earl, in My Mad Fat Diary

TV review: My Mad Fat Diary - Whoever said that fat was funny?

If you like 'Skins', says E4, you'll like this teen memoir. Hmm. But C4's new drama is a dazzler

R-Patz and K-Stew top Forbes' list of highest-grossing Hollywood couple with

The real-life couple, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, appeared in the film adaptation of Stephenie Meyer's Twilight franchise

Anger Management, starring Charlie Sheen, is being renewed for 100 episodes

Television: Strap in for 100 new episodes of Charlie Sheen

For even the greatest comedies, getting a new series renewed (ie funded for a new series) can be hard work. When Seinfeld struggled in its first few seasons, it was almost cancelled until it moved slots. Even mega hits like Modern Family only tend to be renewed one season in advance due to the huge costs of making a 24-episode series.

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