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

Harrison in rehearsals for 'Step 9 (of 12)'

'I have never had a plan B'

Blake Harrison gained notoriety as Neil in 'The Inbetweeners'. But his new West End role will stop him being typecast as a dimwit, he tells Matt Trueman

James Corden nominated for Tony Award

James Corden has been nominated for a prestigious Tony Award for the Broadway production of his hit show One Man, Two Guvnors.

First impressions: Janet Brown as Margaret Thatcher (1979)

Are our politicians too dull to mimic? bother impersonating?

Celebrities rather than party leaders are the staple target of today's comedy impressionists, says Gerard Gilbert

Are our politicians too bland to bother impersonating?

Celebrities rather than leaders are the butt of today's mimics, says Gerard Gilbert

Face-time: Channel 4's new impression show stars Morgana Robinson and Terry Mynott

Grace Dent on Television: Very Important People, Channel 4 / Girls, HBO

Bear Grylls has left his number in a cottaging hotspot. It's not your standard impressions show

DVD/Blu-ray: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (18)

David Fincher delivers an atmospheric but slightly unnecessary (after the 2009 Swedish version) adaptation of Stieg Larsson's thriller.

DVD/Blu-ray: The Son of No One (15)

Dito Montiel's portentous, poorly scripted crime thriller failed to receive a UK cinema release and fails to make the most of a cast that includes Al Pacino, Juliette Binoche and Katie Holmes.

In the hot seat: Matthew Goode

Mystery man's making all the right moves

With two major new roles including a Nicole Kidman film, it's Matthew Goode's year. Charlotte Cripps meets him

In the hot seat: Matthew Goode

Mystery man who's making all the right moves

With two major new roles, this is Matthew Goode's year. Charlotte Cripps meets him

Lockout (15)

Starring: Guy Pearce, Maggie Grace, Peter Stormare

Twilight stars Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart in Cannes contest

The two stars of the Twilight films will be competing for one of cinema's most prestigious prizes at this year's Cannes Film Festival.

Being Modern: Period dramas

The past is a lucrative country; they do things deliciously there. So runs one of the unsinkable maxims of 21st-century British television. Or at least it seemed unsinkable until ITV's Titanic: finishing tonight, the multi-decked extravaganza's ratings have drowned amid a vortex of so-so reviews and bad seafaring puns. Which might make you wonder: is the period drama set for a fall from grace to rival that of Tess of the d'Urbervilles?

Second coming: Sheen preaches gospel of the arts in Port Talbot

In these austere times, it won't only be residents of Port Talbot who recognise the description of "a town with low self-esteem" where it "felt like there was little going on". But not every industrial town has a son like Michael Sheen to do something about it.

Steve Pemberton, Mark Gatiss and Reece Shearsmith star in 'Horrible Histories' on CBBC

Horrible Histories: CBBC meets Royston Vasey

At their most grotesque, they possessed imagination dark enough to spew forth the village of Royston Vasey – a place populated by pen-obsessed sadists, an incestuous "local" couple and a magical man who swanned around in black-face, abducting innocent women from their homes. Now, after 10 years, the League of Gentlemen are back ... on a children's TV show.

Captain America: 'You [the British] are mentally landlocked,' says Spurlock. 'I think we [the US] got that from you'

Morgan Spurlock: 'I was doing funny walks around the house aged six'

With his TV show on Britain starting tomorrow and his film in cinemas later this week, the 'Super Size Me' film-maker is never off our screens. Genevieve Roberts meets Morgan Spurlock

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