Mars missions and Earth evacuations don't come cheap
The actress points to heterosexual actors having relationships openly
(12A) Ridley Scott, 141 mins. Starring: Matt Damon, Jessica Chastain, Kristen Wiig, Jeff Daniels, Chiwetel Ejiofor
Meg Carter explores curious film couplings
Ridley Scott's new space epic, based on an ebook, has confidence in its astrophysics focus
Matt Damon said there were rumours that him and good friend, Ben Affleck were in a relationship, following their Oscar win for Good Will Hunting
Study found volunteers showed a leftward shift in their political opinions, regardless of their views prior to watching
Hollywood will doubtless be ruing its decision not to back the Liberace biopic Behind the Candelabra starring Michael Douglas in the title role after it was watched by 3.5 million people on subscription TV channel HBO.
And if you have it, you're likely to achieve more in life
Maybe in another world...US Political comedian Dean Obeidallah has put together a piece for CNN on why "Obama would make a great stand-up comic". The President has shown plenty of wit (some scripted) over the last five years, particularly at the White House Correspondents' Dinner. But Obeidallah contends it's not just delivery that makes Obama funny; "he uses jokes the same way many of us comedians do: as a weapon". Here's a selection of the President's best put-downs:
Head to Southern Belgium for a huge array of attractions, says Harriet O’Brien
The American film director Steven Soderbergh's career has had more twists and drama than the kind of Rat Pack remake that made his name.
A young politician (Matt Damon) catches a team of strange men in hats wielding mind probes. As one of them later puts it to him, he has just "seen through a curtain you weren't even supposed to know existed".
Working from a rare duffer of a script by Peter (Frost/Nixon) Morgan, Clint Eastwood directs this soggily religious, three-stranded ramble around the topic of life after death.