Whether or not it is too soon to reboot to the Spider-man series just five years after Sam Raimi went out with a whimper in the wake of 2007's wearily disappointing Spider-Man 3, box office allure and fans' desire to see a post-Nolan web slinger have resulted in an early return for Marvel's most famous franchise.
There really is nothing like a good Hokey Cokey. I get my Hokey Cokey fix at a children's music morning run by the unbelievably talented Jeremy Mendonca of Americana duet The Hallelujah Trails, known as The Music Man by his North London mummy groupies.
But now Her Madgesty has displeased her once-devoted flock. But what could it be? The slow degeneration of her music material? The ever-increasing cost of tickets to see her perform live? Well, perhaps, but Madonna's crime seems to be the one that most of us commit eventually, if we're lucky - she got old.
I'd only just recovered from the excitement of the new season at The Royal Court when ex Donmar Warehouse artistic director Michael Grandage went and announced his new company which looks like it could revolutionise the London theatre scene.
'We're fighting for the right for Dad to die. Everything that we want we want to be regulated and to be strict, it shouldn't be easy. It should be really difficult to make sure that people aren't being coerced, that people are of sound mind and that it is what people want to do, but it should be possible.'