'Party til you're pregnant' he yells, simulating sex
If the bitchy squabbles of ageing actors and civil service drudgery is the best ITV can offer, thank goodness for Ron Swanson…
Disney’s prequel to the Wizard of Oz continues to tread a charmed route up the yellow brick holding the top spot at the UK and Ireland box office for the second week in a row.
Her latest film is yet another flop. Even so, she's doing well compared to her former co-stars, reports Guy Adams in Los Angeles
Hollywood's new generation is tearing up the rulebook to mix mainstream movie appearances with deeper, more challenging indie fare. Tom Teodorczuk hears why
Richard Linklater's breezy backstage farce is set in 1937, when a 17-year-old schoolboy (Zac Efron) talks his way into a spear-carrying role in Orson Welles' Broadway production of Julius Caesar.
I don't care how many times I'm told that Glee is a smart satire on High School Musical.
Vampiric British star Robert Pattinson leads the pack of young actors who set teenage hearts a-flutter. And he can act, too
The Eighties revival is all well and good, says Sarah Hughes, but frothy remakes of some of the decade's best loved films, including 'Fame' and 'Footloose', seem to be seriously missing the point
Richard Linklater's latest film is a loving tribute to the great Citizen Kane director. Geoffrey Macnab reports on an enduring influence, and five film insiders share their memories of the man
After a disgruntled Matthew Perry wishes that he could relive his glory days as a youthful basketball champ, he wakes up as his 17-year-old self, High School Musical's Zac Efron.
It's cold outside, so warm up with our red-hot recommendations of the year's best reads. Our critics and favourite writers pick the fiction and non-fiction that will stand the test of time
Remember siblings Sean and Sarah Smith? The ones with the psychotic smiles from last year's 'X Factor'?
Disney TV boss Anne Sweeney is ranked 15th most powerful person in the world. She talks to Esther Walker about new movie 'Camp Rock', follow-up to 'High School Musical'
Cooler than Christina, bigger than Britney – the next generation of cute, perfectly formed, brilliantly marketed Disney stars is here to stay. Tim Walker on the rise of Miley, Zac & friends