It made £602 in its first week, has been called 'as funny as leprosy' and you can’t see it anywhere. Can Simon Usborne seek out Run for Your Wife?
The English actor and media personality describes meeting a ghost, his new crush, and why he hates his "hard man" image
Jeremy Renner's version of Matt Damon's hero has plenty of wham-bam but little complexity
Briton who started year ranked 44 in world keeps Team GB on medal course
Arabella Weir, 54
A series of plays about love was let down by its USP – that the actors improvise their dialogue
Kenneth Branagh is to follow in the footsteps of some of Britain's finest actors after he was awarded a knighthood in the Queen's Birthday Honours List prompting him to say: "My heart's fit to burst."
On paper, Rowan Atkinson should be easy to hate. A multi-millionaire petrol head, whose brother nearly ran Ukip, a friend of the Prince of Wales, purveyor of hit-and-miss comedy and cash-in spin-offs. A rubber-faced, slimmed down Jeremy Clarkson.
Violent gangster thriller fails to liven up film festival
After years of searching, Val Kilmer tells Kaleem Aftab how he finally found his ideal role – as himself
If you truly want to know what scares us today, you only have to look to Hollywood's visions of tomorrow, says Francesca Steele
Cannes curtain-raiser Wes Anderson is still the king of quirk, says Tim Walker
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
Celebrities rather than party leaders are the staple target of today's comedy impressionists, says Gerard Gilbert
Bear Grylls has left his number in a cottaging hotspot. It's not your standard impressions show
With two major new roles including a Nicole Kidman film, it's Matthew Goode's year. Charlotte Cripps meets him