Sheridan Smith and Olivia Colman are to star as rivals for the affections of a middle-aged man who is stuck in a rut in a new BBC1 drama.
Finnish designers are not quite so cautious however, billing Titanic II as 'the safest cruise ship in the world'
Capcom debut an all-new action-adventure at Gamescom where knowledge is most definitely power.
The US summer movie season opens with a blast Friday as Disney's much-anticipated, $220 million "The Avengers" storms onto more than 4,000 domestic screens with expectations that it could earn between $150 million and $170 million in its first weekend. The record is held by last year's "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2" at $169.2 million.
The Lucky One, starring Zac Efron and out next week, is not just another Hollywood romance, it's another Hollywood romance from author Nicholas Sparks.
Events, exhibitions, films and TV shows will all mark the anniversary of ill-fated voyage
Of the 700 crew who perished on the Titanic, 550 came from Southampton. Their stories have rarely been told – until now.
Can you all please stop going back to the future?
Hollywood's patriarchal power structure is being challenged by two women whose scripts have grossed $5bn
The old Harland and Wolff shipyards are at the centre of a shiny redevelopment costing £7bn. But why name the area after the most famous maritime disaster ever?
I am the world's last barman poet/ I see America drinking the cocktails I make/ America's getting stinking on things I stir or shake." So begins the worst performance-poem ever. When Tom Cruise hopped up on to the bar in the 1988 film, Cocktail, little did he know he was damning a whole generation of young men into believing that performance-poetry was a no-talent-necessary route to getting girls. When Tom rhymes "snazzy" with "kamikaze", a beautiful woman yells: "Give me a kiss you sexy beast!" If we're being generous to the film, it's readable as a critique of both cocktail waiters and performance poets: all flare, no content. At the end of the poem, the bar erupts in to a chant which, in all my years of attending readings, I'm still waiting to experience first-hand: "More poems! More poems!"
A novelist whose grandfather sailed on the Titanic claims her new book reveals the truth behind the sinking of the ship.
A deep-sea expedition will explore the world's most famous wreck site – so you can do the same
It's a beautiful character," Ethan Hawke enthuses, "who in the first scene commits a murder, and in the second goes to confession and then can't confess. He feels he's got 200 pounds on his shoulders, a giant gorilla on his back, which is that he's failed his wife."