Game of Thrones spin-off RPG to release in June

As the second series of Game of Thrones descends once more on to our screens, Koch Media have announced that the release date of the videogame spin-off isn’t too far behind.

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The parade features more than 40 balloon creations

Inflation soars as New York supersizes Thanksgiving

A festive mood prevailed as the annual Thanksgiving parade made its way through the crowded streets of New York under brilliant sunshine. About 3.5 million people were expected to crowd the parade route, sponsor Macy's predicted, while an additional 50 million watched from home.

First time for everything: Joining Twitter

Did I want to tell friends and a multitude of strangers what's on my mind every hour? To acquaint the world, electronically, with my every passing thought? Did I want to spend days thinking up brief, 140-character, smart remarks and posting them online? I didn't. But the Young Turks in Features talked me into it. Sign up here, they said, write a self-description, stick in a photo and send your first tweet – so I did.

Mixed feelings for Twilight stars Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner as Breaking Dawn: Part One premieres in London

The stars of the Twilight saga films spoke of their mixed feelings about the fantasy series drawing to an end as they were mobbed by thousands of fans at the premiere of its penultimate instalment.

Luxury Poppy firm criticised

A company that sells deluxe versions of Remembrance Day poppies worn by celebrities donates only 10 per cent of sales to charity, it has emerged.

Restless (PG)

Starring: Mia Wasikowska, Henry Hopper

A house full of horror

Traditionally marginalised by the big studios, genre films are finally gaining the respect they deserve, says James Mottram

George R R Martin: Tolkien for the 21st century

With his fantasy books selling by the million, he'll be first choice for many a beach-read this summer. But the power behind 'Game of Thrones' provides depth as well as furious entertainment

DVD: Hereafter (15)

Clint Eastwood's wonderfully crafted supernatural drama follows the lives of three people touched by death.

Peppa Pig keeps profit in the pink

The film content specialist Entertainment One increased its underlying profits by 39 per cent to £32.3m in the year to March as retail revenues from its Peppa Pig character passed £200m.

Caught & Social: Is this the real Keira Knightley?

Just a short time after finishing the play The Children’s Hour in London, Keira Knightley is back on the move.

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DVD: The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (PG)

The third Narnia installment is far superior to its abysmal predecessor, Prince Caspian, and sees the two younger Pevensies sucked into a nautical painting, landing on the Dawn Treader ship and saving Narnians once again from "evil".

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