The Mexican Attorney General is seeking to interview Penn to shed more light on how El Chapo evaded the law
The interview took place last October and has been published in Rolling Stone magazine
Singer denies Penn ever ‘tied me up or physically assaulted me’ in court documents for his suit against Empire co-creator Lee Daniels
Howard has been accused of domestic violence in the past
Bittersweet Tautou is a blessed relief after an earful of slimy green alien
The normally straight-laced actor is a hoot as an aimless, ageing rock star who finds redemption pursuing a Nazi war criminal in this strange, warm and humorous take on the road movie
Who really deserves to win and who was disgracefully left off the shortlist?
Child abuse, murder, mental illness, marital breakdown: it's all grist to the mill for Dennis Lehane. And the literary thriller writer has plenty to get off his chest about the welfare system, bankers and 'postmodern jerk-offs' too
Most directors would bask in the limelight of a Palme d'Or win, but Malick did what he always does – watch from the shadows. Luke Blackall profiles the reclusive genius
A rambling Turkish philosophical thriller led the field, says Jonathan Romney
Malick pursues his vision in a lyrical, baffling tour de force
Jessica Chastain is fed up with making movies that take years to come out. So she's elated that two, including Terrence Malick's latest, will play in Cannes. Kaleem Aftab meets her
The cast of Slumdog Millionaire added yet another piece of silverware to the film's bulging trophy cabinet last night, when they rounded off a hat-trick of British wins at the Screen Actors Guild awards in Los Angeles.
Sean Penn's portrayal of America's first openly gay man in public office is full of exuberance and joy
At the time of writing, I don't know what films appeared on the list of Oscar nominations announced on Thursday, but the results are such a foregone conclusion that I can confidently predict that Slumdog Millionaire will win Best Picture, Best Director and Best Adapted Screenplay; Milk will win Best Original Screenplay; and Kate Winslet will win Best Actress.
Milk is a typical gay-as-Issue movie. Where are the films about ordinary homosexual life, asks Philip Hensher