John Logan and Alex Timbers are on board as playwright and director respectively
‘Already, the cast looks like the episode of Come Dine With Me they show in hell before Top Gear comes on’
The Scottish actor accused the former Mayor of London of leading the 'ludicrous' Brexit charge and then abandoning a situation he helped to create
'I only responded to people asking me about it, and now it looks like I'm sort of looking for work, which is humiliating'
The pair are now working together on the highly-anticipated Trainspotting sequel
It was a troubled production, but replacement director Gavin O’Connor has done an impressive job
The Scottish actor played Renton in Danny Boyle's 1996 modern classic
Biblical drama features stunning visuals from 'The Revenant' cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki
Two decades after choosing heroin over life, the stars behind seminal British film Trainspotting are set to return for a sequel, as the characters face a mid-life crisis.
I got knocked out a few times performing stand-up I did it early in my career as a way to express the punk attitude. [Allen fronted punk act the Atoms in the 1970s.] One night it would feel like I was sleeping with 127 virgins; the next night I'd get my arse kicked after making jokes about the Army. I got knocked out by soldiers twice. I'd get my own back by walking over seats and pissing on people.
In order to practise the skill of persuasive writing, Year 11 pupils at Chew Valley school in Somerset were asked in early December to write to their favourite celebrity asking for an autographed picture.
Claude Miller didn't do lightweight. His best-known film, Garde à vue, an adaptation of the novel Brainwash by the British crime writer John Wainwright, is a dark thriller revolving around the police interrogation of a lawyer accused of raping and murdering two little girls. The viewer is never quite sure whether the inspector, played by Lino Ventura, should pin the ghastly crimes on the suspect, the wonderfully ambiguous Michel Serrault, who knows the law inside out but appears almost too willing to dig himself into a hole.
Roman Polanski's The Ghost – the story of a journalist hired to write the memoirs of a British prime minister – has won the prize for best film at the European Film Awards.
Jon Ronson's book about the Pentagon's secret experiments in psychic combat has been turned into a film in the most unsatisfying possible manner.
Spirited thriller the Roman way
Bagpiper, ace golfer and now – at just 19 – the skip of Britain's curling team. Eve Muirhead tells Simon Turnbull why she has gold in her sights