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Bombay Bicycle Club “So Long, See You” (Tomorrow Island)

Apple's top games of 2013: Candy Crush Saga, Minecraft and Temple Run 2 make the grade

They've been downloaded millions of times collectively, but which iPhone games kept players' thumbs glued to their screens in 2013?

'Pussy riot butterfly' (Nadya, Masha & Katya), acrylic and collage on handmade paper, 2013

Stella Vine returns with portraits of Michelle Dockery, Cara Delevigne and the Pussy Riot

Alice Jones' Arts Diary: The artist returns for her first exhibition in eight years

Callum Keith Rennie, 53, is the latest addition to the Fifty Shades of Grey cast

Fifty Shades of Grey movie: Callum Keith Rennie cast as Anastasia's stepfather

The actor is the latest addition but which other big names are confirmed?

The Sound of Music actress Eleanor Parker dies aged 91

The Academy Award-nominated star has died aged 91 from pneumonia

James McAvoy arrives at the 16th annual Moet British Independent Film Awards

James McAvoy wins best actor at British Independent Film Awards

The Scottish actor won for his portrayal of Bruce Robertson in 'Filth'

‘Carrie’ is back in cinemas today. But horror is still being let down by films that hate women

Innovative horror is meant to push boundaries. Too much falls back on misogyny

Shia LaBeouf and Evan Rachel Wood in ‘The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman’

Evan Rachel Wood attacks ratings body for cutting cunnilingus scene from new film

The actress criticised the decision to 'censor a woman's sexuality once again'

80m PS3s have been sold worldwide according to Sony, 3m PS4s will be sold by the end of 2013 and 5m by the end of March according to predictions by Sony

PS4 vs Xbox One: 5 reasons to buy Sony's console over Microsoft's

Sony's latest console launches on the 29th for £349 with the Xbox One already in stores for £429

A scene from Earthfall's Chelsea Hotel

Dance review: Earthfall - Chelsea Hotel

New York's Chelsea Hotel has been a home to artists, writers and musicians for more than a century. The latest touring work from Cardiff-based dance theatre company Earthfall evokes the hotel's bohemian atmosphere and tragicomic chaos. The four dancers play wide-eyed tourists, rebels, addicts and ghosts.

Catalina Sandino Moreno is replacing Rosario Dawson in Incarnate

Screen Talk: Scare story suits Sandino Moreno

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Former Bond girl Olga Kurylenko has been cast opposite Russell Crowe in his upcoming directorial debut

Screen Talk: Russell Crowe lures Olga Kurylenko to Turkey

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Reese Witherspoon is attached to produce and star in a comedic look at the traditional fairy-tale genre

Screen Talk: A fairy tale for Reese Witherspoon

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Interview: Aubrey Plaza on awkward sex scenes, independent films and why Miley Cyrus is 'awesome'

The To Do List star says that she's actually 45 years old

Emma Watson attends the New York premiere of 'Gravity'

Emma Watson set to star in new Stephen Chbosky film While We're Young

The actress will collaborate with the Perks of Being a Wallflower director again

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