The actress was flabbergasted by the comments that came up when she typed her own name into the search engine
1. I don’t know what all this fuss is about. No offence was meant and none was taken! It’s not even newsworthy!
Alice Jones' Arts Diary: The artist returns for her first exhibition in eight years
This Alfonso Cuaron-directed film has incredible special effects (3D, 12A)
Star claims spy satellite he funds helps to curb murderous tendencies of ruler
US crime writer Elmore Leonard is recovering from a stroke in a Detroit hospital.
After clues from George Clooney and writer of DC comic, Dark Knight is finally outed in book
Yesterday saw the end of this year’s Comic-Con, during which geeks descend on San Diego to be whipped up into a frenzy about the release of new sci-fi and action movies. But which films does Trending back to cross over to mass non-geek appeal?
'I want to cuddle Boris Johnson'
The wonks over at the Daily Beast have produced a fascinating quantified rundown of how much celebrity supporters are contributing to this Presidential race, which is close to neck-a-neck as polling day approaches.
The man who keeps grey hair at bay for stars and moguls talks to Tim Walker
The New Yorker's film critic-in-chief David Denby has major bones to pick with today's industry - not least how "the business of movies is strangling the art and entertainment of movies".
If you haven't heard of Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan then you're obviously missing out on one of the greatest joys of the internet.
It was the annual White House correspondents' dinner on Saturday, hosted by the late-night talk star Jimmy Kimmel, and the Comedian-in-Chief Barack Obama didn't waste the opportunity, poking fun at himself and his administration (a little) and at his foes in the overheated political chamber of an American election year (a lot).
The President displayed his talent for stand-up at the annual White House correspondents' dinner
So, George Clooney is thrown into a cell after his arrest at a protest over the humanitarian crisis in Sudan. "You've got one call, kid," the officer says (probably). "Make it a good one." Who does he phone? Mummy, of course.