She might not have been seen in a film for three years, but Angelina Jolie is Hollywood's highest-paid actress with estimated earnings of $33 million in the last year, according to Forbes.
Lady Gaga has released the artwork for her forthcoming single ‘Applause’ in which she appears with paint smeared down her face.
Journalist admits ‘terrible’ mistake after claiming President Higgins was homosexual
Gallery: Channing Tatum and Hugh Jackman come second and third respectively
Behind the news of Tumblr’s sale for $1.1billion (£723 million) to Yahoo there lies the story of David Karp, its 26-year-old founder, who has now become one of the world’s richest technology entrepreneurs.
Michael Jackson’s estate has made more money through ticket sales in the four years since his death than the "Thriller" performer made during his lifetime. His posthumous sales are believed to amount to more than any single living artist during the same time period.
Last week Wilson printed and fired the "Liberator" handgun
Film director Bryan Forbes has died “following a long illness” at the age of 86, a family spokesman has said.
The Premier League leaders have topped the annual list for the last nine years
For the first time, a television programme and a video game will be released at the same time, set in the same futuristic world.
He looks like an eccentric chap.
If you're nervous about flying, this won't allay your fears about hopping on a plane, so you might want to look away now. The Hack In The Box security conference taking place in Amsterdam this week has thrown up some interesting talks - but none so concerning as 'Aircraft Hacking: Practical Aero Series' by Hugo Teso.
Alwaleed bin Talal says he is worth at least $30bn
Some might say Justin Bieber, who was recently photographed wearing two watches, has had too much time on his hands - and last night's delayed performance added to a string of recent controversies that have tarnished his squeaky-clean image.
Year-long hearings begin into contested allegations that injured insurgents were taken back to army camp after brutal battle and tortured or killed
Shares in the company jumped after the once-lauded Andrew Mason, who appeared on the cover of Forbes magazine in 2011, announced his resignation