Lindsay Lohan accused of stealing necklace

Lindsay Lohan has been accused of stealing jewellery.

Lindsay Lohan accused of assault

Lindsay Lohan is under investigation for an alleged assault on a female member of staff at a rehab facility where the Hollywood actress is receiving treatment, authorities said yesterday.

Freddie Highmore: 'When you're eighteen, you can't act the kid any more'

Johnny Depp loves him, but Freddie Highmore still isn't sure about acting. With a BBC blockbuster on the way, he tells Gerard Gilbert how he's avoided becoming another child-star casualty

Machete (18)

Starring: Danny Trejo, Jessica Alba, Lindsay Lohan

Screen Talk: Day-Lewis to play Honest Abe

There is a fine line in Hollywood these days between being regarded as an out and out star and as an actor of repute.

Can Emma Watson hold on to the magic?

Hollywood history is littered with fallen child stars – but smart, savvy Emma Watson isn't about to join the list, says Alice-Azania Jarvis

Why do we still love Marilyn Monroe?

Books, films, dolls...The Monroe industry shows no sign of slowing down. But if she were alive today, the actress would be just another druggie starlet, argues Lena Corner

Easy A (15)

Starring: Emma Stone, Amanda Bynes, Stanley Tucci, Patricia Clarkson, Malcolm McDowell, Lisa Kudrow

The man behind 'Skins' hops channels as new BBC1 controller

The man who brought us Supernanny and Skins but has a passion for Charles Dickens and thinks EastEnders is the best programme on television has been appointed controller of BBC1.

BBC3 chief to take over at BBC1

BBC3 controller Danny Cohen is to take over the running of BBC1, it was announced today.

Hollywood's bitchiest blogger has a new target: to be a nice guy

Perez Hilton, the gorgon of Hollywood gossip who has built his widely feared and often despised internet empire on a reputation for shameless intrusions into the private lives of celebrities, intends to change his malicious ways – in part because he no longer wants to play the part of bully.

Lohan freed from LA jail after posting bail

Lindsay Lohan was freed from a suburban Los Angeles jail late last night, well short of the nearly month-long stay a judge had intended for the actress following a failed drug test.

Lindsay Lohan jailed again after failing drugs test

Actress Lindsay Lohan returned to jail in handcuffs today after a judge refused to set bail and ordered her to remain in custody for failing a drug test until another hearing nearly a month away.

'Foxy Knoxy' story to be turned into movie

The story of Amanda Knox, who was convicted of murdering British student Meredith Kercher, is to be made into a film starring Heroes actress Hayden Panettiere.

Lohan fails court drug and drink test

Hollywood star Lindsay Lohan faces the prospect of being put behind bars again after failing a court-ordered drug and alcohol screening test.

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