Starring: Channing Tatum, Jamie Bell, Paul Ritter, Mark Strong
Only a few months ago he was considered toxic in Hollywood. Now he is back on the silver screen
Mel Gibson has been booked and released on a battery charge as part of the criminal case involving his former girlfriend.
They have taken turns to submit meekly while the other claims the crown, so a vintage race would seem guaranteed today if both Master Minded and Big Zeb finally square up like they mean it. Between them, after all, they have won the last three runnings of the Sportingbet Queen Mother Champion Chase, and the bookmakers believe they will once again dominate. It is possible, however, that this field will prove deeper than those weakened by their respective failures over the past two years.
The bigger they are, the harder they fall – and few Hollywood heroes have landed harder than Mel Gibson. Some observers believe he can claw his way back – if he has the guts. Guy Adams assesses his chances
To the makers of the latest Mad Max film, the harsh outback landscapes around the town of Broken Hill seemed the perfect backdrop for a movie set in a post-apocalyptic wasteland.
First came the split; then the restraining orders.
Martin Campbell directs this dated remake of his own much-loved BBC series, with Mel Gibson as a cop investigating his daughter's murder – so he's only got himself to blame.
Website founder claims LA cops snooped on telephone records to trace leak
Mel Gibson's surprise red carpet appearance with his new girlfriend ups the ante in his divorce case
'Irreconcilable differences' spark legal fight for star's fortune and custody of son
Jason Isaacs plays tough guys in the Harry Potter movies and US TV series Brotherhood. But, he tells Geoffrey Macnab, his new project is all heart
Roland Emmerich's junk epic promises an odyssey "into a mythical age of prophecies and gods, when spirits rule the land and mighty mammoths shake the earth" – which sounds like a Spinal Tap concept album but plays more like a junior and less gory version of Apocalypto.
The Australian-born film actor and former Oscar nominee Heath Ledger was found dead in a New York apartment yesterday in what appeared to be a drugs overdose. He was aged 28 and leaves behind a two-year-old daughter.