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  • American Hustle, 12 Years a Slave lead race for Golden Globes

    January 12, 2014 10:55 PM 12

    Judi Dench nominated for for her role in Philomena The 71st Golden Globe Awards will be held in Los Angeles tonight with two films vying for many of the key honours. American Hustle and 12 Years a Slave both picked up seven nominations and the highly regarded films are each expected to triumph in their respective Best Picture group. Steve McQueen’s slavery

  • Golden Globes pre-show clean-up as fire brigade attempt to fix red carpet water leak

    January 12, 2014 10:46 PM 8

    The 71st annual Golden Globes kicks off tonight in LA but disaster struck as preparations at the Beverly Hilton Hotel got underway. A huge water leak on the red carpet prompted calls to the Beverly Hills fire brigade who arrived at the scene. The team were faced with a stained red carpet as it appeared one of the drains under the walkway began to leak. “Could

  • Police Probe 'Egging Assault'

    January 12, 2014 9:07 PM 15

    The Boyfriend superstar is accused of a dispute which could land him in court facing charges of vandalism and assault. Police are investigating claims that Justin Bieber threw eggs at his neighbour's home in their gated community in Calabasas, California. The 19-year-old pop star is accused of a dispute which could land him in court facing charges of vandalism

  • The case of confused copyright: Elderly heiress threatens to sue BBC over ownership of Sherlock Holmes characters

    January 12, 2014 5:02 PM 8

    The BBC is facing a lawsuit from an elderly American heiress who claims she owns the rights to Sherlock Holmes. Andrea Plunket, 74, is threatening the corporation with action following the success of its third Sherlock series. The popular drama, featuring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman, attracted 8.8million viewers for its New Year's Day episode

  • What would Mama say? Pixie Lott looks bleary-eyed in silky florals as she celebrates 23rd birthday with 4am stripclub visit

    January 12, 2014 3:09 PM 6

    It appeared to be All About Tonight for Pixie Lott, who didn't want the party to end as she celebrated her 23rd birthday on Saturday night. The Mama Do singer flashed her slim pins in a silky look as she headed to Kelly Brook's Steam and Rye restaurant in London. Arm-in-arm with pals, the star looked a little bleary-eyed as she continued the bash at gentleman's

  • Golden Globes: Hollywood poised for awards gala

    January 12, 2014 2:42 PM 14

    Hollywood is preparing for the Golden Globe awards, with a wealth of British stars in the running for glory. 12 Years a Slave is a leading film contender with seven nominations, including a best director nod for Briton Steve McQueen. Judi Dench and Emma Thompson lead home hopes in the acting stakes, with Helen Mirren and Janet McTeer also nominated for their

  • Sylvester Stallone: "Rocky made me insufferable"

    January 12, 2014 2:35 PM 7

    Sylvester Stallone has admitted the success of Rocky made him "insufferable" and think he was "an authority on everything". "I abused power badly," the US star told host Jonathan Ross during an on-stage interview at the London Palladium on Saturday. "I read some of the interviews I gave now and wish I could go back and punch myself in the face," he continued

  • Scorsese has fallen foul of the Hollywood curse of the F-bomb

    January 12, 2014 12:48 PM 18

    Violence has multiplied in Hollywood movies over the past 30 years, but swearing still gets middle America hot under the collar. Ed Power reports A line-by-line analysis of the dialogue by Variety magazine has revealed that the director's scabrous tale of stockbroker bad behaviour in the early '90s has a higher F-word count than any other motion picture

  • Paul Walker's roles recast: James Marsden, Rupert Friend in talks to replace late actor in upcoming movies 

    January 12, 2014 11:24 AM 29

    The late 40-year-old “Fast & the Furious” star’s role in Nicholas Sparks’ ‘Best of Me’ has reportedly been offered to Marsden while his part in ‘Agent 47’ has Friend as the top choice. Two months after Paul Walker's tragic death, Hollywood filmmakers have reportedly recast the late actor in two of his upcoming films. Walker was set to star in Nicholas

  • The Voice beats Splash! in battle for TV audiences

    January 12, 2014 11:11 AM 13

    The first episode of revamped talent show The Voice has easily beaten its rival Splash! according to overnight TV viewing figures. The Voice attracted an average 8.4m viewers, while ITV's celebrity diving show netted an audience of 3.7m, down from last week's 4.9m viewers. The third series opener of The Voice, with new judges Kylie Minogue and Ricky