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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.
At an age, 79, when most of his acting peers have either long since retired or seen their careers simply fade away, Sir Michael Caine has no intention of quietly shuffling off the Hollywood stage.
"I don't give a f*** what anybody thinks about me...I never wanted to be famous. Why? For what? So the doorman at Harrods can recognise me? What I care about is what my kids think about me, and what my grandchildren think of me - the fact that they think I'm a genius is delicious." - Brian Duffy
As The Professionals and The Sweeney get big-screen reboots, Geoffrey Macnab asks if British action movies can take on Hollywood
The high-concept viral campaign for 'The Dark Knight Rises' might be the smartest film marketing yet
Readers review this week's big TV series
When spy author Len Deighton wrote his first cookery book, in 1965, it caused quite a stink – literally.
Feminism with lashings of fun
Last resting place of soldier portrayed by Michael Caine in 'Zulu' lies mouldering and desecrated
You've got to ask yourself, 'Do I feel lucky?' Well, you should – the vigilantes are back...
Rachel Shields traces the chequered journey of one of the first Minis to emerge from the Cowley production line in 1959
For the hippies at Woodstock, it was the summer of sex and psychedelia but back across the Atlantic, the buttoned-up Brits who eschewed the hedonism of 1969 preferred to call it the summer of cinema.
'Acting is something I need to do. It's a need to be somebody else, which is freeing, and allows me to be comfortable with who I am'
With two Oscars and more than 100 films to his credit, Michael Caine is perhaps our greatest living movie star. In his latest role, he plays a disgruntled Cockney con man in seedy Sixties London. Sounds vaguely familiar? Here, he tells James Mottram about a peculiarly personal project – and explains why he's going back to his roots