Tommy Robredo celebrates his unlikely victory

Tommy hits high notes with another comeback

Robredo pulls off third successive recovery from two-sets down to reach the quarter-finals

Song for Marion
UK release date: 08/02/2013
Terence Stamp plays Arthur, the grumpy old man to Vanessa Redgrave’s enthusiastic-but-dying Marion, in this British quasi-musical comedy-drama. In order to please his wife, Arthur joins the choir and, in doing so, loses some of his bitterness. Some critics said songs such as Motorhead’s drown out what could be a poignant family drama.

Golden oldies! More roles for mature actors

Producers are scrambling to make 'gran-coms' for older audiences

Dustin Hoffman

Dustin Hoffman finds a new calling

The Oscar-winning actor has conquered his own fear of failure and, finally, got round to directing a movie. He talks to James Mottram

Robert Plant, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones at the Kennedy Center awards

Led Zeppelin get a whole lotta love from President Barack Obama

They may have been sitting down in their tuxes rather than tearing across the stage in their flares, but in the words of Barack Obama: “Guys who are not completely youthful can still rock.”

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

Dustin Hoffman helps jogger in Hyde Park after heart attack

A jogger who suffered a cardiac arrest was saved after Hollywood veteran Dustin Hoffman went to his aid.

Dustin Hoffman produces and stars in the HBO drama 'Luck'

Dustin Hoffman laments golden age of film

Movie legend Dustin Hoffman has lamented the end of Hollywood's golden age, criticising the industry for focusing on profits instead of making quality films.

The Weekend's Viewing: Homeland, Sun, Channel 4
Luck, Sat, Sky Atlantic

It's always heartening when a drama finds a way to hint at backstory without having someone just sit down and dictate the character notes at you.

Luck, Sky Atlantic, Saturday
Big Fat Gypsy Weddings, Channel 4, Tuesday

Even Dustin Hoffman fails to prevent this often unintelligible horse-racing story from being dull

Patrick Makau, who broke Haile Gebrselassie's world marathon record in Berlin last September

World record holder Makau leads Kenyan Marathon men

Against the breathtaking backdrop of the Great Rift Valley, with hawks circling above, Dave Bedford, the joint race director of the Virgin London Marathon, yesterday unveiled the six Kenyans who will feature in the elite men's field on 23 April.

The right side of the tracks: Dustin Hoffman stars in HBO's 'Luck'

The old favourites who keep on riding their Luck

HBO's new drama features the oldest cast on television. It's a must-see, says Sarah Hughes

The Sketch: MPs enjoyed an edifying apology – it even included the uncommon term 'sorry'

What with PMQs, a ministerial and a personal statement from the principal, we had triple Fox and a dash of tonic. PMQs. Labour want to create the impression of a large conspiracy of secret right-wing donors buying favours and selling backstage influence.

DVD: Barney's Version (15)

Paul Giamatti excels in this heartfelt and bold adaptation of Mordecai Richler's fictional memoir.

DVD: Meet The Parents: Little Fockers (12)

Meet the Parents had zip and some decent visual gags; Meet the Fockers wasn't as funny, but always watchable; this third slice of in-law bickering is obnoxiously dull.

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The billionaire inventor of computer game Minecraft says he is bored, lonely and isolated by his vast wealth. If it’s that bad, says Simon Kelner, why not just give it all away?
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Biggest energy suppliers are more dependent on fossil fuel than a decade ago
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