The Australian actress is in talks to star in David Yates' jungle adventure
How do we get back to the ideal of George Bailey in 'It's A Wonderful Life'?
(18) Dir. Martin Scorsese; Starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill, 180mins
The British12 years A Slave star is up for Best Actor at the 2014 Academy Awards in February
Goldman Sachs beat Wall Street forecasts for its fourth-quarter earnings, largely thanks to paying its bankers less
Because the secret, it seems, to clawing your way to the top of the Hollywood pack is being white, male and slightly grey around the hairline
But the Wall Street giant's bankers will still average pay deals of £126,000
The actor picked up his second Golden Globe at the ceremony last night
The new head of the US Federal Reserve has been through four full economic cycles in her career as a professional economist
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An uneven recovery began to strengthen. The US, despite having to cope with feuding over its budget, seems to have sped up
He has since been praised as a 'legend' by his peers, after pledging his entire worth to charity before ending his life
Patrick Bateman’s latest incarnation is as the unlikely antihero of a London stage musical. It’s all in rather questionable taste – unlike his perennially sharp suiting, says Alexander Fury
An animal rights group is calling for a boycott of Martin Scorsese's upcoming film, The Wolf of Wall Street, because it features a chimpanzee in a suit roller-skating through an office.
First, General Motors, next, the Federal Reserve. The glass ceiling in the US is not broken, but some big cracks are beginning to appear
Almeida Theatre, London