Liz Garbus's gripping documentary about the life and times of the troubled American chess genius Bobby Fischer asks a number
Chris Colfer, Lea Michelle and Cory Monteith may be graduating after Glee season four but there are still plenty of opportunities
After rising to prominence as everyone's favourite fictional palaeontologist in Friends, one may expect David Schwimmer to be happy to rest on his comedy laurels. That his latest project is an altogether more serious tale of paedophiles, internet grooming and sexual assault may therefore come as a surprise to many, but this shift in focus is apparently the culmination of seven years of heartfelt production and one that the director does not take lightly.
The 25-year-old troubled actress, who was back at work today on the music video set for Miggs' 'Let the Games Begin' told
Gwyneth Paltrow won't be topping any 'sexiest movie roles' polls with this film. The actress looks both horrified and horrifying
Sacha Baron Cohen has been spotted hard at work on the set of his latest cinematic offering, The Dictator, on the streets
Get ready for a royal wedding of another sort: After six years together (and six kids!), Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are
Darling is not a role model but a regular model, the Honeyglow girl with warm eyes and a calm smile, the rest of her bubbles with recklessness. She is too aimless to be someone to look up to, her ambition is ambition itself. Darling is Diana Scott. You can see how well her nickname fits in her first scene, she crosses a London road, swinging her handbag, careless and carefree and then she smiles and her face beams, radiates new light.
View image This week sees the highly-anticipated arrival of the final Harry Potter movie, The Deathly Hallows: Part 2, in
My aim is Michael Caine... actor Colin Firth wears black-rimmed glasses and a sharp suit like the Cockney movie legend - as
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