All is not lost after the sacking of the Han Solo film's directors... but it's not all warp speed either.
Whipping teenage girls? Censor says no.
They're calling it the star's "war on terrier" as Australia re-opens investigation on his ex-wife's trespassing dogs again.
She won't be going Whenever, Wherever as her 'world' tour only means Europe and America.
Respected Swedish actor Michael Nyqvist dead at 56, after a year-long cancer battle.
OPINION: Hollywood - it is possible to build an audience by trusting that people can make the choice about whether or not to see a movie based on just hints.
The first trailer for Margaret Mahy's supernatural thriller is here ... and it's a bone chilling thriller.
First the show left Broadway audiences feeling "ungood". Now notorious torture scenes are shocking Aussie crowds, too.
REVIEW: Monsieur Chocolat is an engaging, entertaining, angering and mostly very admirable couple of hours.
The pop princess has something to say to those who claim she has been pretending to sing.
"I'm weird... I'd hate to be normal, it's so boring."
Several words have been added, but none quite as tricky to say and spell as the last one.
The offer was to name a character after the highest bidder. One man bid in name of a pupil who died. Hundreds joined him.
U2 thanked by bassist for four decades of support during his treatment and recovery for alcohol abuse.
A man had a seizure at a comic convention. Luckily actor Lou Ferrigno was there to save him.
The way to alt-J's heart? A classic Kiwi flat white.
US authorities say jewels were given to the model as part of a money laundering scheme.
OPINION: Sky TV is yesterday's technology. Karl du Fresne, for one, will dance on its grave.
REVIEW: Conviction is devoid of human emotion but The Kennedys: After Camelot is worth a look - just for the laughs.
REVIEW: A Daphne du Maurier adaptation that Hitchchock would be proud of