Cher’s forthcoming ‘intimate’ memoir will get a UK release.
Sir Lenny Henry is putting to pen to paper and writing his memoirs.
David Tennant is lending his voice to a new BBC animation which will be broadcast this Christmas.
Here’s our first look at the forthcoming BBC/PBS adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel Little Women.
Daisy Ridley’s gone blonde for her next film, an adaptation of Patrick Ness’ YA novel The Knife of Never Letting Go.
The White Princess, the Starz-produced drama based on Phillipa Gregory’s novel, has finally found a home with UKTV.
The drama is a sequel to The White Queen which was aired in BBC One in the UK and helped make Rebecca Ferguson a star. However, the BBC decided against being involved in the sequel.
David Walliams’ next book will be all about a Bad Dad.
Tim Minchin will meet fans and sign copies of his new book in London on October 7th.
Yesterday I was lucky enough to go along to a screening of some footage from Paddington 2.
The event was introduced by Hugh Bonneville, aka Mr Brown, and featured four clips from the new film.
As always, any sequel to a film that you loved first time round always involves a bit of trepidation. Can they capture the magic again?
Well I’m glad to say that from the footage I saw yesterday, writer/director Paul King certainly has.
Originally we were told Tom Hanks’ appearance at the Royal Festival Hall on November 1 would be his only London book event.
But that seems to have gone out the window as he’s also going to be meeting fans at a book signing.