Thursday Jul 3
Nicole Kidman lines up for a West End double act
Nicole Kidman has revealed that she is in discussions to return to the London stage, scene of one of her greatest triumphs, to star in a classic play about an unhappily married woman in love with a younger man.
Baz Bamigboye: War Horse star's act of torture: Jeremy Irvine reveals ...
Jeremy Irvine, who stars with Colin Firth and Nicole Kidman in a film about a real-life World War II hero, has told how he agreed to be water-boarded in the movie.
Interview: Kenneth Branagh, actor
Fresh from the news of his knighthood, Kenneth Branagh has a lot more to smile about than his Swedish alter ego Wallander, discovers Lisa Williams Kenneth Branagh works the room like a true luvvie, greeting his Wallander co-stars and crew with kisses, waves and handshakes.
Colin Firth: The man who would be King
There was a strange moment in Colin Firth's acceptance speech at the Baftas. He thanked the usual helpmeets but at the end he also paid homage to the director of a film other than The King's Speech: Tom Ford.
Playing the Oscars game
Members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences vote late tonight to select the best films of 2010.