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Knight And Day (12A)

Cruise control is on the blink

With a wife like this, Japan's PM doesn't need enemies

As leader of the world's second largest economy, Naoto Kan may be one of the most powerful men on the planet, but his wife, for one, is not in the least impressed.

Guy Adams: Trouble at the box office for Tom Cruise

Tom Cruise’s Knight & Day has now been in cinemas for exactly two weeks, in which time it has managed to make a total of $44 million at the global box office.

Three Questions: Rupert Bell

The talkSPORT commentator has been broadcasting from Wimbledon, after a spell of duty at Royal Ascot last week

Screen Talk: Not a CEO in sight

The money men all want a safe pair of veteran hands to take up the reins as CEO of beleaguered studio MGM. But it seems that while there are any number of famous old executives out there, most are happier working the golf clubs than the numbers. Big name former studio heads such as Jonathan Dolgen, Peter Chernin (above left) and Bill Mechanic have said they don't want the job of turning the Lion's roar back on. Burdened by $4bn (£2.7bn) in debt, MGM owners tried unsuccessfully to find a buyer for the studio and are now looking to attract a fresh ringmaster to restructure and consolidate. So the wait for the next James Bond shoot 'em up and a planned co-production with Warner Bros based on Tolkien's The Hobbit continues.

Paul Weller, Royal Albert Hall, London<br/>Andrew WK, Den & Centro, London

After two decades squandering his pop legacy, Paul Weller finally returns to his edgy prime

Twilight in the winning zone at National Movie Awards

Vampire saga Twilight was the big winner at the National Movie Awards, taking home three trophies.

Peter Graves: Actor best known as Jim Phelps in 'Mission: Impossible' and the bungling Captain in 'Airplane!'

The silver-haired actor Peter Graves had the right name for his role as the stony-faced boss of an élite American government espionage agency in the television series Mission: Impossible. As Jim Phelps, he was in charge of the Impossible Missions Force's team of skilled operatives who carried out daring, top-secret assignments.

Airplane! pilot Peter Graves dies aged 83

Peter Graves, who starred in the 1960s TV show Mission: Impossible and the Airplane! movies, has died in Los Angeles on Sunday, four days before his 84th birthday.

'Mission: Impossible' star Peter Graves dies

Peter Graves, whose calm and intelligent demeanor was a good fit for the intrigue of "Mission Impossible" as well as the satire of the "Airplane" films, has died.

Top Gun, Kabul-style

Pilots of the embryonic Afghan Air Force have begun training in Britain as part of the Western exit strategy from the country.

Kim Peek, the inspiration for 'Rain Man', dies of heart attack

The autistic savant whose extraordinary genius for mental retention inspired the Oscar-winning film Rain Man has died, his parents confirmed yesterday.

Our Magnolia, Nashashibi/Skaer, Doggerfisher, Edinburgh

What do photos of Margaret Thatcher, a washed-up carcass, footage of an American passenger plane and a painting by Paul Nash have in common? They are among the images in Our Magnolia, a 16mm film created by Turner prize-nominated Lucy Skaer and former Beck's Futures winner Rosalind Nashashibi. It's their fifth collaboration and, though both studied at Glasgow School of Art, their first solo show in Scotland, and at a mere four and a half minutes it doesn't demand much of your time. It does, however, test your interpretative skills in its seemingly obscure references and associations.

Kevin Bishop - Perfect comic timing

On the eve of the next series of The Kevin Bishop Show, Julian Hall shares a doughnut peach and a chat with the man himself.

Emmanuelle Béart: 'Sometimes you feel more naked when you're totally dressed than the other way round'

Were you ever to need reminding of the effect Emmanuelle Béart has on men, you'd do well to recall the time she appeared on the cover of French Elle magazine, in 2003. With the actress pictured naked on a Mauritian beach, Frenchmen flocked in their droves to their nearest news-stand. The entire print-run of 550,000 copies sold out in just three days, making it the biggest-selling issue in the fashion glossy's long history. For Béart, the explanation was simple: "It was to say, 'Look, I'm 40, this is my body, these are my curves, I like them and I'm proud of them.'"

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