Prisoners has retained its number one spot, while Blue Jasmine looks set to become Woody Allen's most successful UK film release
It must be incalculably bizarre to have two such men as possible fathers
Oscar winner Cate Blanchett will walk the red carpet tonight at the UK premiere of her new film Blue Jasmine.
The trailer has been released for Woody Allen’s new film ‘Blue Jasmine,’ starring Cate Blanchett and Sally Hawkins.
The Mississippi author's estate have come out with two of the most unreasonable lawsuits in literary history
Here's a Spider-Man reboot with a difference. Over the course of a hypnotic hour, Scottish Writer of the Year Alan Bissett weaves together a series of compelling, odd little monologues, performed in character as various species of spider.
Where are you now and what can you see?
I am not religious. I am not a militant secularist. I think Richard Dawkins talks a lot of sense, but then when I hear the Archbishop of York sermonise, I find it easy to get behind him, too. I even find myself in vigorous agreement with the speaker on "Thought for the Day", wishing that I could be similarly beatific. (Although when I fail to locate my glasses and I'm already late for work, and the dog still needs walking, I discover that I'm some distance from Godliness.)
Woody Allen's latest is a slapdash comedy drama set in London.
Emily Mortimer thinks her role as the voice of a sexy sports car is the most glamorous she's had. Gill Pringle catches up with her
We should have known. It turns out that Vicky Cristina Barcelona was a blip, and Woody Allen has slipped back into his usual recent practice of rehashing old scenarios in a slipshod, one-take manner.
'Fish Tank' by Andrea Arnold dazzled, but Richard Curtis seemed to have lost his golden touch
The actress shares more than a few traits with Truman Capote's feisty heroine
Another week, another rom-com. But today's offerings can't come close to the classics, says Geoffrey Macnab
If it weren't for the minor detail that it isn't written or directed by Woody Allen, this bittersweet comic drama would count as the year's second excellent Woody Allen film.