John Simm is returning as Doctor Who’s The Master in a new audio adventure.
Multi-award winning actress Helen Mirren will discuss her career with fellow actor Jim Carter at a special event in February.
Divergent and Sanditon actor Theo James will star in a new production of City of Angels in London’s West End.
Andy Serkis, Kermit the Frog, Matt Lucas, Himesh Patel and Jojo Rabbit’s Roman Griffin Davis will all take to the stage in London next week.
Archie Yates, who will grab your heart and funny bone in Jojo Rabbit, is to lead the cast of Disney Plus’s planned Home Alone reboot.
A new series of Paddington books, based on a new Nickelodeon TV series about everyone’s favourite marmalade-eating bear, will launch in 2020.
A new immersive Doctor Who experience will open in London in 2020.
The first trailer for the new Ghostbusters film has appeared.
Andrew Scott, Imelda Staunton, Dominic West, George Mackay, Paddy Considine and Bill Nighy are expected to attend a special fundraising screening of their film Pride in February.
One of the great things about films is watching actors act.
That probably sounds strange – of course actors act. But quite often these days actors are working against a green screen, battling super-villains or heading in to space. Don’t get me wrong, I love those films too, but sometimes it’s nice to see actors who are just acting, showing what they can do on screen in a film without loads of special effects and noise.
That is exactly what Liam Neeson and Lesley Manville do in Ordinary Love, the tale of a middle-aged couple dealing with a life-changing issue.