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Chris Hemsworth has joked about remaking Dirty Dancing starring himself and Dwayne Johnson after the former wrestler suggested he could beat Thor in a fight.
Thousands of people on Twitter have been sharing their experience of disability on the hashtag #ThingsDisabledPeopleKnow which spawned in response to new film The Upside.
A senior BBC executive has been cleared of breaching the law which gives victims of sex offences lifelong anonymity after a reporter named a complainant in a live radio broadcast.
The UK’s most senior judge has highlighted a storyline in The Archers when reviewing the development of the law relating to women’s rights during a lecture.
Hollywood actor Matthew Broderick will make his West End debut in The Starry Messenger.
The Government will invest £20 million to regenerate towns across the UK through cultural programmes and making “better places to live”.
In a cruel twist, Thursday’s episode of EastEnders saw troubled Hayley Slater hit by a minibus.
Bradley Cooper has revealed his Bafta-nominated directorial debut almost had a very different opening.
Harvey Weinstein and his criminal defence lawyer Benjamin Brafman have parted ways.
Kevin Hart has confirmed he will star in a movie based on the board game Monopoly.
Joanna Lumley is among the stars supporting a Bafta initiative to find local cinema heroes from across the country.
Saoirse Ronan has said she does not feel pressure to be nominated for an Oscar for her role in Mary Queen Of Scots, but that it would be “lovely”.
Michelle Pfeiffer has joined Instagram and shared a classic film clip as her first post.
Noomi Rapace has said there is still an impetus for female action stars to be sexy.
Jason Reitman has shared a teaser for his new Ghostbusters film.
Best-selling author Peter May was in Inverness on Wednesday to promote his new book “The Man With No Face”.
A new Ghostbusters film is due for release in 2020 and is set to be directed by Jason Reitman, son of Ivan Reitman – who directed the first two movies.
The shortlist for this year’s Costa short story competition has been announced – and it’s an all-female affair.
A novel said to be one of the “most banned books in history” is going under the hammer.
Lord Of The Rings actor Andy Serkis has reprised his Theresa May Gollum character in a bizarre video that shows the Prime Minister singing a Brexit-themed version of Bohemian Rhapsody.
Anna Faris has offered to officiate at ex-husband Chris Pratt’s wedding with Katherine Schwarzenegger.
Caitlyn Jenner urged fans to “be authentic to yourself” as she took part in a viral social media trend.
A new Ghostbusters film is in development, its director has revealed.
Vanity Fair star Olivia Cooke has said she thinks there is not enough sentimentality in the world and people have become too cynical.
Tom Holland swings back into action as Peter Parker in the first trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home.
Celebrities are using social media to reflect on the last decade in the latest online challenge.
Broadway star Carol Channing, who delighted audiences over almost 5,000 performances as the scheming Dolly Levi in Hello, Dolly, has died aged 97.
Tom Cruise has revealed two Mission: Impossible films are in development.
Margot Robbie has said she is fed up with being asked when she is going to have children after tying the knot.
Emmerdale viewers said they felt “sick” and “uncomfortable” as the abuse storyline between Maya and Jacob took a disturbing turn.
Mary Queen Of Scots star Saoirse Ronan has described the film’s Scottish premiere at Edinburgh Castle as “the most special screening”.
The Screen Actors Guild has called on the film academy to stop trying to prevent stars from appearing on award shows before the Oscars.