Film

How does one go about upstaging The Smurfs at their own premiere? Why, by showing off a striking new hair makeover, and having
If ever an actor has a purple patch, Jason Isaacs is experiencing his - the Liverpool-born actor is quite simply everywhere
This week saw Captain America's director, Joe Johnston, telling the press that he'd like to make a Star Wars spin-off centring
It is one of next year's most highly anticipated films, the first science fiction feature from Ridley Scott since Blade Runner
What would you do if your father came out to you at the age of 75 and began to live a happy, gay life until his death a few
The upcoming Superman movie The Man of Steel has had its release date pushed back from December 2012 to June 2013.
Matt Damon has always been one of the MyDaily team's biggest celebrity crushes but we had to look twice when we first saw
A bestselling writer surely has the best of both worlds - he enjoys fame, riches and plaudits, but also the chance to walk
It's been a busy few days for Tom Hardy. Whilst filming The Dark Knight Rises this week he has also apparently signed on to play pop culture's favourite prohibition era Mafioso Al Capone in what looks set to become a trilogy's worth of life story. With his Hollywood future becoming more and more assured with every passing day and the conclusion of the Batman franchise set for release in 2012, Hardy's role as chemically enhanced super-villain Bane should surely help cement him as one of Hollywood's most unlikely leading men.
These photos on the set of Woody Allen's latest filmThe Bop Decameron give a hint of what's to come from the screen legend
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