Oscar-winner returns to the London stage in a deeply serious-minded role
Oscar-winner stars in Photograph 51 as molecular biologist Rosalind Franklin
Marcia Wallace had enjoyed a respectable career as a comic actress for two decades before she became the voice of Bart Simpson's cynical and world-weary fourth-grade teacher Edna Krabappel and found worldwide fame among the denizens of Springfield. The sarcastic, chain-smoking, gruff-voiced educationist finally found love in the unlikely arms of the Simpsons' god-fearing neighbour Ned Flanders.
The Apprentice hopeful Alex Mills told how TV's most talked-about eyebrows were all natural after he became the latest contestant to be trimmed from the show.
I don't think I actually saw anyone eat gumbo during The Paperboy, but just about every other aspect of the Southern-fried gothic melodrama is represented.
Jennifer Lawrence, Jessica Chastain and Ben Affleck have been chosen to present at this year’s Oscars.
There couldn’t have been a happier ending to 2012 for designer Stella McCartney, who was named both Designer and Designer Brand of the Year at the British Fashion Awards last night.
As if Tom Cruise weren't already suffering from Small Man Syndrome, pictures emerged yesterday of his newly estranged wife, Katie Holmes, wearing heels for what must be the first time since their union. On the Big Day itself, you'll recall, speculation was rife that Holmes had had to stand in a ditch to achieve parity of titchiness for the pair's wedding photo.
Nicole Kidman "can't stop kissing" her new baby daughter.
Nicole Kidman's two-year-old daughter is excited to be a big sister.
Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban are "on cloud nine" with their new baby.
On the eve of the Oscars, Korean secretary-general flies in to Los Angeles with plea for studios to showcase UN's real-life heroes. Guy Adams reports
Luhrmann to make 21st-century film version of Fitzgerald's classic
Baz Luhrmann says his epic Australia is still not finished.
Her career has arced from gauche newcomer and Tom Cruise's wife to stardom in her own right. Now, the Baz Luhrmann epic Australia is a spectacular homecoming for the actress. She talks to Elaine Lipworth
Perhaps it has disappeared through a window into another universe, like its characters.