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Ariana Grande cancels UK shows after Manchester Arena terror attack

Ariana Grande has cancelled her upcoming UK shows after 22 people were killed by a suicide bombing at her Manchester Arena concert.

Rihanna and Lupita Nyong'o Twitter joke turns into crime caper film deal

What started as a joke on social media over a photo of Rihanna and Lupita Nyong'o is now getting the buddy movie treatment.

Tin Star: Tim Roth drunk, angry and seeking revenge in new series

Tim Roth is to star as an angry police chief deployed to the Canadian Rockies in Tin Star, a new series from the makers of Broadchurch and Humans.

Morrissey criticises 'bullet-proof bubble' May over Manchester concert attack

Singer Morrissey has shared an angry statement criticising British politicians in the wake of Manchester's deadly attack.

Tom Cruise confirms Top Gun 2 to take flight next year

A sequel to the cult action film Top Gun is in the works, with filming set to begin next year.

'Nobody does it better': Daniel Craig pays tribute to Sir Roger Moore

Daniel Craig - the current James Bond - has paid tribute to the longest-serving 007, Sir Roger Moore, who died on Tuesday aged 89.

Barrymore arrest detective thought star's 'five-minute window' was enough time for murder, court hears

A High Court hearing has heard that police investigating Michael Barrymore over the death of Stuart Lubbock believed the TV presenter and comedian could have committed rape and murder in the space of around five minutes.

Tributes to 'debonair citizen of the world' Sir Roger Moore

Sir Sean Connery and Sir Michael Caine have led tributes to Sir Roger Moore, who has died in Switerland at the age of 89.

Sir Roger Moore, James Bond actor, dies at 89

James Bond actor Sir Roger Moore has died after a "brave battle with cancer", his family have said.

Dark Universe: Stars to revive monster classics in new franchise

A new series of star-studded films is being made reviving classic monster characters like Frankenstein and Dr Jekyll.

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