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The new star heaped praise upon the touching EastEnders storyline his character Mick Carter has been part of

Eddie Marsan in 'Snow White and the Huntsman'

Dwarfs threaten '100-midget march' over Snow White and the Huntsman film

The makers of a major new film about Snow White are facing stern criticism – and a "100-midget march" – from the disability rights lobby for using fully-sized British actors to play the seven dwarfs.

John Leguizamo (right) in the role of Del made famous by Sir David Jason (left).

Observations: Del Boy and Rodders, US style. Pukka fare or a pair of plonkers?

ABC has greenlit the new US remake of the BBC's Only Fools and Horses, which stars John Leguizamo, known for his role as Tybalt in Romeo and Juliet, in the role of Del made famous by Sir David Jason.

Angelina Jolie and William Hague speak out against rape in war zones

Angelina Jolie was greeted in Whitehall by the Foreign Secretary William Hague yesterday as she offered Hollywood backing to the Government's global campaign against sexual violence.

West on West hailed at TV Bafta awards

A gritty drama about serial killer Fred West won three television Baftas last night.

DVD: The Artist

It's a cause for celebration that this year's big Oscar winner (five awards including Best Picture and Best Actor) was a French, black-and-white silent movie.

Nicole Kidman becomes the centre of attention in Cannes yesterday at the premier of The Paperboy

First Night: Paperboy, Cannes Film Festival

Kidman sparkles and Efron comes of age, but they can't save this jumpy crime drama

Marks & Spencer braced for drop in profits

Marks & Spencer boss Marc Bolland is set to come under increased pressure from investors tomorrow as the retail chain unveils its first fall in annual profits for three years.

Romanian director Cristian Mungiu (third from right), with the cast of Beyond the Hills in Cannes yesterday

Messy, dirty, rough. 'Lawless' in Cannes...

Violent gangster thriller fails to liven up film festival

Val Kilmer

Val Kilmer - The Hollywood bad boy done good

After years of searching, Val Kilmer tells Kaleem Aftab how he finally found his ideal role – as himself

Total Recall

No better escape than a trip to the end of the world

If you truly want to know what scares us today, you only have to look to Hollywood's visions of tomorrow, says Francesca Steele

Shining stars: Bill Murray, Frances McDormand, Edward Norton and Bruce Willis in Wes Anderson's 'Moonrise Kingdom'

Tarantino of the 2000s who's out of this world

Cannes curtain-raiser Wes Anderson is still the king of quirk, says Tim Walker

Shining stars: Bill Murray, Frances McDormand, Edward Norton and Bruce Willis in Wes Anderson's 'Moonrise Kingdom'

Tarantino of the 2000s who's out of this world

Cannes curtain-raiser Wes Anderson is still the king of quirk

Richard Wilson gives many of the best lines to Great-Uncle Hamish

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DVD/Blu-ray: A Good Old Fashioned Orgy (18)

"This is the worst orgy ever," moans neurotic Adam in this awkward sex comedy about a group of old friends struggling with being thirtysomething.

Jennifer Lawrence in ‘The Hunger Games’

Movies reflect and inspire teen archery craze

Adolescents are finally putting down their Xboxes in order to get all a-quiver. By John Walsh

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