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The playwright/screenwriter’s stage adaptation of Let the Right One In is at the Royal Court, London, until 21 December. His film adaptation of Nick Hornby’s novel A Long Way Down is out in March.

'Skyfall' spies the record as it makes more than 'Avatar'

Some dared to call it the best James Bond film yet. Now Skyfall has become the highest-grossing film in history at the UK box office, surpassing James Cameron's 3D epic Avatar.

Hathaway is Hollywood's golden girl at Dark Knight Rises European premiere

Oscar-nominated actress Anne Hathaway lived up to her reputation as Hollywood's golden girl in a gold floor-length Gucci gown at the European premiere of The Dark Knight Rises in London.

Death or glory: Chris Hemsworth (Thor) and Chris Evans (Steve Rogers/Captain America) in ‘Avengers Assemble’

The Avengers to dominate US box office this weekend

The US summer movie season opens with a blast Friday as Disney's much-anticipated, $220 million "The Avengers" storms onto more than 4,000 domestic screens with expectations that it could earn between $150 million and $170 million in its first weekend. The record is held by last year's "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2" at $169.2 million.

Cruise follows Protocol for premiere

Tom Cruise delighted fans who had waited for him in blistering cold last night as he arrived at the London premiere of Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol.

New evidence adds heat to 'empty tents' argument

This week several newspapers ran stories claiming that the vast majority of the tents outside St Paul's were empty at night.

The 50 Best cameras

Whether you are an aspiring pro in search of a powerful piece of kit or a keen amateur, David Phelan puts you in the picture

Manufacturers set to raise prices

Manufacturers are planning the biggest push on prices since January 1989.

Be delighted and amazed

The latest products to help all geeks inherit the digital earth. By David Phelan

Video: New MG car rolls off Longbridge production line

Lisa Ponter unveils the new MG as full-scale production commences at its Longbridge factory in Birmingham for the first time in six years.

Video: Man in freak factory accident

A man is squeezed through a five inch gap in a conveyor system and suffers terrible injuries.

Manufacturing up by 6.8%

UK manufacturing grew in January at its fastest annual rate in 16 years, official figures revealed today, adding to evidence the the economy bounced back from a dismal end to last year.

Camera kit: Focus on quality pictures

David Phelan puts the latest equipment through its paces in pursuit of the perfect image

The ten best camera bags

Chosen by Annalee Mather

Manufacturers see improvement in credit lines

Credit conditions appear to be improving for British manufacturers, but demand for finance is still muted so the new-found stability is yet to be tested, a survey published this morning will show.

CBI says small business optimism has soared

Britain’s small and medium enterprises are now feeling more confident about their business prospects than at any time since April 2007, the Confederation of British Industry said today.

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