(15) Jay Roach, 124 mins. Starring: Bryan Cranston, Diane Lane, Helen Mirren, Alan Tudyk, John Goodman, Elle Fanning
They'll both star in David Frankel's latest directorial output.
This mega-home is destined to sit empty for months, like all of the most expensive addresses
The actress recounts her husband's initial reaction to her role in The Queen.
The model and philanthropist is 'beyond excited' at the prospect of having a baby
Tracey Emin's transformation from establishment-shaking rebel to middle England treasure appears complete after the artist was chosen to feature in a new Marks & Spencer advertising campaign featuring “outspoken women”.
Plus: This rehang will transform the Tate Britain and a chorus of disapproval for these Cambridge folk
Martin Freeman was the epitome of modesty as he overcame star competition to win best actor at the Jameson Empire Film Awards tonight.
Girls creator Lena Dunham has revealed she is a big fan of British television shows.
'No one tells me I'm no good at things'
Stephen Daldry's production sees Helen Mirren brilliantly reprise her Oscar-winning role as Queen to meet each British Prime Minister from Churchill to Cameron
The first still showing Benedict Cumberbatch as Julian Assange has been released. Cover your eyes, Sherlock fans – he's really not looking as fit as a fiddle
The Queen screenwriter Peter Morgan is in talks to make a film about Playboy founder Hugh Hefner.
Jane Tennison's American reincarnation is criminally old hat, says Sarah Hughes
What we want from Smith and Jones is ray guns, bug-eyed monsters – and a lot more fun
A revival of a drama written in 1977 with “astonishing relevance” to contemporary Britain opened in South London this week. Barrie Keeffe’s Barbarians is a trilogy of plays about disaffected youth amid record youth unemployment.