Oscar-winning director Martin Scorsese will be in London next week to discuss his career.
Ian McKellen will play King Lear on stage in Chichester later this year.
Philip Pullman will publish a new three-part series to “stand beside” the His Dark Materials trilogy.
The Book of Dust will reintroduce fans to Lyra, 22 years after the release of Northern Lights, who will be at the centre of the new story.
It’s been a while since we’ve seen Robert Downey Jr outside of the Marvel-verse but he’s finally signed up to a new film that will be completely free of superheroes.
Matt LeBlanc and the Top Gear team will be back on screens next month.
Loads to talk about in this week’s That A Wrap podcast with Angie Greaves including, did you know Bruce Springsteen recorded a song for the first Harry Potter film?
Plus, my thoughts on Denzel Washington and Viola Davis’s new film Fences (delighted she won the BAFTA).
Of course there’s also all the usual news including John Grisham’s latest thriller, Thandie Newton’s possible Star Wars role and the return to the UK of R&B stars En Vogue.
Martin Freeman’s new zombie movie Cargo will be released worldwide on Netflix.
BAFTA have announced the list of guests expected at this year’s Film Awards.
Sky 1 drama Delicious will be back for a second series.
Here’s our first look at Kylie Minogue and Gy Pearace reuniting in new Australian comedy Flammable Children.