'It has been very sad for me but at the same time it's been much better for me emotionally and physically to be on my own,' says the Modern Family star
The skull is thought to be several years old
Here are the answers to this week's quiz...
Actor reportedly drinks one of the beverages every morning
Including famous lines from Ghostbusters, The Blues Brothers and Star Trek
'It will take 40 years for that gap to close. We don't have 40 years to wait'
(15) James Vanderbilt, 125 mins. Starring: Cate Blanchett, Robert Redford, Topher Grace, Dennis Quaid, Elisabeth Moss
(12a) Joel Coen, Ethan Coen, 106 mins. Starring: Josh Brolin, George Clooney, Ralph Fiennes
'He was totally mischievous'
Harry Potter star says she intends to read 'a book a week' and 'do a lot of listening'
(12A) Craig Gillespie, 118 mins. Starring: Chris Pine, Holliday Grainger, Eric Bana, Ben Foster, Casey Affleck, Graham McTavish
The BBC's lavish new John le Carré thriller 'The Night Manager' features Tom Hiddleston doing his best Bond and Olivia Colman as a 21st-century Smiley. But it's Hugh Laurie's villain – his first British television role in 13 years – who really stands out. Gerard Gilbert meets the cast and director
Producer Ross Putman is sharing female character introductions after noticing a 'disconcerting' trend
Their little girls are best friends. But would that count for anything as two fathers take a nine-day road trip from San Francisco to Los Angeles by themselves?
Photography was never just about depicting the world as it is. From its earliest beginnings to the age of the selfie, the urge to put on a show for the camera has proved irresistible. And it has produced some of the art form's most astonishing images. John Walsh rubs his eyes
An Oscar nomination is in the bag, but Matt Damon has much bigger things on his mind than just film awards