What’s this? Jon Snow is featured in a new character poster? We thought, we thought …
Welcome to Doctor Who’s Day, a sudden downpour of Whovian astonishments from across the internet (and the outernet). And before we get sifting, this week begins with a remarkably edited video that sums up one of the recurring …
Anyone who was concerned that Arthur Darvill was straying too far back into Doctor Who territory by playing a slightly chippy time traveler with an English accent in DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow need worry no more. The CW has released a …
Sherlock’s locks have gotten a bit of a trim for the Victorian special, and star Benedict Cumberbatch is loving his new do.
Before we start, to all Whovians everywhere, happy Doctor Who’s 52nd Anniversary Day! Doesn’t time fly, even if you don’t have a TARDIS?
Ashildr and Rigsy may be back in the Doctor and Clara’s lives, but there’s no time for any kind of friendly reunion. And bad things are on their way.
Tom Hardy portrays identical twin gangsters Reggie and Ronnie Kray in the biopic Legend, premiering in the U.S. today (November 20).
The British gangster movie, whether played as a caper, a comedy, a musical or a deadly serious thriller, has a distinctly different tone of voice to similarly criminal films from other parts of the world.
If you’re already a fan of Justin Bieber, then this is the clip for you. And, on the other hand, if he’s not your cup of tea, then possibly you’ll have a soft spot after watching him take our James Corden clothes shopping.
“Gay or straight, you can relate to this movie because it is just a love story,” says Rooney Mara, who stars opposite Cate Blanchett in Carol, a 1950s lesbian romance which opens today (Friday).