Rosie Huntington-Whiteley will never turn to the "dark side".
Isla Fisher was mistaken for her husband's daughter at a party.
New research reveals surprising truths about locked-in syndrome, the condition made famous by 'The Diving Bell and the Butterfly'
Kristen Stewart admits she made 'an enormous mistake' with choice of words about paparazzi
Natalie Portman has revealed that she has no plans to go nude on the big screen.
Naturally, we think Anne Robinson would have made a splendid mayor of London. Ken Livingstone, however, begs to differ.
Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson, both 19, may look too old to wear school uniforms – but moviemakers have always blurred the line between adults and children, says Geoffrey Macnab
Gwyneth Paltrow has said she found Jonathan Ross's lewd joke about her "hilarious" - but her father-in-law was not so amused.
The iconic book Rock Dreams, created by the Belgian artist Guy Peellaert with the British rock writer Nik Cohn, had a huge impact when it was first published in 1972, and went on to sell more than one million copies worldwide. Issued under various titles, it told the story of popular music, from the crooners of the Forties to the glam days of the early Seventies. In a series of 125 striking tableaux, Peellaert displayed an amazing gift for recreating the likenesses of his heroes while putting them in situations echoing their mythical status or playing on their most famous lyrics.
For more than a year, the Prime Minister's wife had been almost invisible. But now she is raising her profile. Is it a political move, or is she just more at ease with her role?
The beauty giant L'Oréal has provoked outrage on both sides of the Atlantic after allegedly whitewashing the face of the singer Beyoncé Knowles for an advertisement in the latest US edition of Elle magazine.