It’s time for London to get the Hollywood treatment, with the great and the good of the film world in town for this year’s BAFTAs ceremony. All Quiet On The Western Front, The Banshees Of Inisherin, Everything Everywhere All At Once, Elvis and Tar are the films everyone is talking about ahead of this year’s
This year the BAFTA Film Awards are pulling out all the stops, with the star-studded ceremony set to be one of the most well attended by nominees on-record. Honouring the best work in film, both in the UK and internationally, A-list stars from around the globe will compete to take home a distinctive golden-mask statuette.
Wolverine actor Hugh Jackman has said he thinks “it’s inevitable” that Australia will become a republic. “I think Australia will become republican at some point. It feels natural,” the Hollywood actor and singer told Laura Kuenssberg on Sunday, which is due to air tomorrow. “It feels like something that is, I would guess inevitable, and
Celebrities have shared messages of support for Bruce Willis after his family revealed the 67-year-old Hollywood star has been diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia (FTD). The diagnosis was shared by Willis’s wife Emma Heming, his ex-wife Demi Moore and his five daughters Emma, Demi, Rumer, Scout, Tallulah, Mabel, and Evelyn on Instagram on Thursday. In March
Paul Rudd says he has no idea if this Marvel film will be his last. The third in the Ant-Man series, following 2015’s Ant-Man and 2018’s Ant-Man And The Wasp, it’s the first of the films he hasn’t also co-written. “Maybe it is the end of Ant-Man,” Rudd told Sky News. “I don’t really know.
Bruce Willis has been diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia (FTD), his family announced. The 67-year-old Hollywood star was diagnosed in March 2022 with aphasia, a condition affecting the brain which causes difficulty with language and speech. His relatives said at the time that he would be “stepping away” from acting. A statement about the progression of
A Grammy-winning British a cappella group has said a US Christian college cancelled a planned concert at the last minute due to “concerns related to the sexuality” of some members. The King’s Singers said they were “deeply saddened” to have the show at Pensacola Christian College, in Florida, called off at two hours’ notice. The
Hollywood actress Raquel Welch has died at the age of 82. The US star “passed away peacefully early this morning after a brief illness”, her management company said. Her career spanned more than 50 years and included 30 films and scores of TV series and appearances. Welch won a best actress Golden Globe in 1975
EXCLUSIVE: Performance artist, comedian, actress, playwright and elected Koreatown Los Angeles representative Kristina Wong has inked with CAA in all areas. Wong has mounted several solo shows here in Los Angeles, and her latest Kristina Wong, Sweatshop Overlord, was named a Pulitzer Prize finalist for Drama last year. Sweatshop Overlord, a co-production between Center Theatre Group
Pharrell Williams has been hired by Louis Vuitton to head the artistic direction of its menswear designs – filling the high-profile position left vacant since the death of star designer Virgil Abloh over a year ago. “Louis Vuitton is delighted to welcome @Pharrell as its new Men’s Creative Director”, the fashion house said in a
Broadway’s upcoming production of Larissa FastHorse’s The Thanksgiving Play will star D’Arcy Carden (The Good Place), two-time Tony Award-winner Katie Finneran (Noises Off; Promises, Promises), Scott Foley (Scandal) and Chris Sullivan (This Is Us, Hadestown). The castings were announced today by Second Stage Theater. This new production, directed by Tony Award-winner Rachel Chavkin, will begin
Joe Lycett, Sir Rod Stewart, Alex Scott and Harry Styles are among the stars nominated for this year’s British LGBT Awards. Lycett made headlines ahead of the World Cup in Qatar, where homosexuality is illegal, in November, when he publicly urged David Beckham to pull out of a reported £10m deal with the host nation
Broadway continued filling seats last week as the annual deep-discount Broadway Week promotion (actually three weeks) came to a close. Total receipts for the 21 productions tallied to $23,064,393, with attendance of 192,323 at 95% of capacity. Topping the box office roster for the week ending Feb. 12 was, once again, The Phantom of the
S Club 7 have announced a reunion tour – because of course, there ain’t no party like an S Club party. The seven-piece pop group, who had hits including Reach, Don’t Stop Movin’ and Bring It All Back in the late 1990s and early 2000s, are getting back together to celebrate the band’s 25th anniversary.
Sir Elton John, Will Ferrell and Hollywood power couple Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez were among the celebrities who featured in this year’s star-studded Super Bowl advertisements. Famous names from the film, television and music industries regularly feature in the commercials, which can reportedly cost up to £8.3 million ($10 million) for a 30-second slot.
Rihanna has revealed she is pregnant again as she showed off a bump during her half-time show at what turned out to be a classic Super Bowl. The star had earlier said she was “thinking about bringing someone” – and when she opened her jacket and stroked her stomach during her big performance it started
The BBC chairman’s position is becoming “increasingly untenable” after a committee of MPs found he made “significant errors of judgement” by facilitating a loan guarantee for Boris Johnson, a frontbench Labour MP has said. Lisa Nandy made the remarks on Sky News after it emerged Richard Sharp, who helped Mr Johnson secure an £800,000 loan,
Harry Styles has cleaned up at the Brit Awards, winning all four prizes he was nominated for – and paying tribute to female stars as he collected the trophy for best artist. Styles is only the second-ever recipient of the award – merged from the best male and female act prizes in 2022 – and
UPDATED with complete winners list: Oscar Best Picture nominee Elvis scored wins in both motion picture period make-up and hair styling categories Saturday at the 10th annual Make-up Artists & Hair Stylists Guild Awards. The contemporary make-up team from fellow Best Pic Oscar nominee Everything Everywhere All at Once and the special make-up effects team
The Brit Awards nominations for 2023 feature Harry Styles and Wet Leg leading the way, with four nominations each. Both acts will perform on the night, as will Sam Smith and German singer Kim Petras, Lizzo and Stormzy. Read more:Harry Styles and Wet Leg lead the 2023 Brit Awards nominationsVinyls are cool again – and
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