7th July 2016
Mumford Boycott Festival After Sex Attacks
Mumford & Sons say they will not play a Swedish music festival again unless security is improved, after a large number of sexual assaults were reported.
Fabulous First Weekend For Edina And Patsy
Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie has had the biggest opening weekend for a British film this year after taking more than £4m at the box office.
Noel Neill, Superman's Original Lois Lane, Dies
Actress Noel Neill, who played Lois Lane in the Adventures Of Superman television series, has died at the age of 95.
Blunt And Krasinski Welcome Second Daughter
British actress Emily Blunt and her husband John Krasinski have announced the birth of their second daughter.
Evans Tells Top Gear Colleagues To 'Move On'
Chris Evans has dedicated his morning radio show to his ex-colleagues on Top Gear and advised them to “move on” without him.
Chips Are Down As Estrada Joins Real Police
TV’s California highway patrol heart-throb Erik Estrada has become a policeman in real life.
6th July 2016
The 67-year-old actor who played one half of a motorbiking police duo in TV series CHiPs, has been sworn in as a reserve officer.
The band say they want assurances about security after rapes and sexual assaults were reported at Sweden’s Bravalla Festival.
5th July 2016
The last British film to take as much in its opening weekend was Daniel Craig’s Spectre in October 2015.
The actress was the first person to play the Daily Planet reporter, starring alongside George Reeves in the 1950s TV show.