NYSE: Iron Man's a bell-ringer in New York

Robert Downey Jr brought some Hollywood glamour to the New York Stock Exchange trading floor yesterday, ringing the opening bell to promote his new movie, Iron Man 3.

Actor Ross Lynch has been dubbed a mini Zac Efron

On to watch: Ross Lynch, actor/singer, 17

Dubbed a mini Zac Efron, Lynch is set to be a teen heartthrob this summer when he stars in Disney's musical film, Teen Beach Movie, playing surfer boy Brady.

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The Stark knight: Robert Downey Jr ups his game in Shane Black's spectacular and thrilling 'Iron Man 3'

Iron Man 3 makes $13.2m in first day at international box office

Iron Man 3 may only have been released in the UK for 24 hours, but it already looks likely to set records judging by the film’s $13.2 million box office opening in 12 countries.

Yoda's been around for the best part of a millennium

May the force continue? Disney and Lucasfilm to release new Star Wars film every year from 2015

It has been confirmed that Star Wars: Episode VII will hit cinema screens in the summer of 2015 and that filmmakers are planning to release a Star Wars movie every summer from then onwards, alternating between spin-offs and new episodes in the saga.

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If you want to get ahead: (from left) cream hat, £50; blue cap, £39; cream cap, £42; checked cap, £32; all from Kangol mainline collection. All available from kangol.com

Kangol: you can leave your hat on

During its 75-year history, Kangol's caps have been on the heads of everyone from squaddies to Princess Diana to LL Cool J. The label just keeps staying ahead of the game, as Emma Akbareian explains

Vanessa Hudgens, Selena Gomez, Ashley Benson, and Rachel Korine star in Spring Breakers

Jonathan Romney on Spring Breakers: The ultimate spoof – unless it's for real ...

They say that all a movie needs is 'a girl and a gun'. So Harmony Korine must be having a laugh

A film adaptation of an upcoming novel by Marcus Sakey named Brilliance is being put together at Legendary Pictures

Screen Talk: Brilliant move for Marcus Sakey

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Lacey Turner as 'Molly' in Our Girl

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Female protagonists in fairy tales: Imagine if the witches of Oz got their due

Perhaps we might recast some tales so that the glass slipper is on the other foot

Our Conor won the Triumph Hurdle by a stunning 15 lengths

Cheltenham Festival: Harsh lesson for Mangan on first taste of the hill

Cheltenham has had its share of hard-luck stories over the years, but probably nothing to compare with the fate endured by Jane Mangan in yesterday’s Foxhunter Chase.

Actress Emma Watson has turned down the role of Cinderella in Kenneth Branagh's new film

She shan't go to the ball: Emma Watson turns down role in Kenneth Branagh's Cinderella

The slipper doesn't fit for Emma Watson who has turned down the title role in Kenneth Branagh’s new film Cinderella.

Goodbye Kansas: James Franco charms the locals in Oz the Great and Powerful

Oz the Great and Powerful stomps all over Jack the Giant Slayer to take $40 million on its debut weekend

Oz the Great and Powerful clearly cast a spell over cinema-goers this weekend.

Justin Timberlake has retained the number one spot on the UK singles chart with

No bad blood: Bastille storm to the top of the album charts and Justin Timberlake hangs onto UK singles top spot with 'Mirrors'

South London rock band Bastille were celebrating their first number one today after storming to the top of the charts with their debut album.

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