Films not been seen for 50 years to be screened at a festival
The two thirty minute films have not been seen for 50 years
The actor will take up the role of Lancelot in the film franchise
The biggest headache for Weinstein’s civil rights movie is the title
Scarlett Johansson as Janet Leigh
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The actress tells Kaleem Aftab about her tricky transition from troubled teen roles to romantic lead
You win an Oscar, your career is set, yes? Not necessarily – it's what you do next that counts, says Geoffrey Macnab
If they are anything like most Oscar winners, the team behind The Artist will have spent the first day of the rest of their lives conforming to the grandest, and most lucrative, of Hollywood traditions.
Here is the full list of winners for the 84th Academy Awards:
Nostalgia reigned supreme in Hollywood, as the film industry saluted the golden era of its craft by handing a slew of Oscars to The Artist, the black-and-white, largely-silent, independent movie which has completed a trailblazing journey through this awards season.
Fighting off the men on screen is one thing, says Reese Witherspoon. But real-life, modern dating? You can keep it, she tells Gill Pringle
Acting heavyweights Christopher Plummer (above left) and Frank Langella are set to spar in front of the camera for Stephen Frears.
The role of Ruby Finch, the dim-witted, put-upon scullery maid in Upstairs, Downstairs forever dreaming of running away with Rudolph Valentino, brought Jenny Tomasin fame worldwide. The familiar cry of "Oh, Ruby!" from the Bellamy household's cook, Mrs Bridges, in response to the accident-prone servant's clumsiness, was perhaps the closest the saga came to having a catchphrase.
One Day author David Nicholls talks about adaptations, aging characters and having a tough act to follow