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.
The first image of Cynthia Erivo as the great Aretha Franklin in Nat Geo’s latest Genius series has been released.
The Monty Python gang have gone all country and western with a new version of their song I’m So Worried, released to mark the TV show’s 50th anniversary.
Western Stars is a dreamy, toe-tapping, reflective film celebrating Bruce Springsteen’s album of the same name.
The majority of the film is taken up with Springsteen and his band performing the album live in a barn on his property in New Jersey. In between songs, Springsteen ruminates on life, love, the past and the future.
Coldplay have debuted the first official video for one of the tracks from their forthcoming album, Everyday Life.
Elton John will discuss his new autobiography Me at a special event in London, hosted by David Walliams.
If you were a music fan in the 1990s you couldn’t miss Aussie rock band INXS, and in particular the band’s frontman Michael Hutchence.
He was the charismatic frontman whose life became tabloid folder, and his suicide in November 1997 shocked the music world.
New documentary Mystify: Michael Hutchence looks at what drove Hutchence, at heart quite a shy young man, into becoming a global superstar, and attempts to offer some answers as to why he decided to take his own life.
The Boss hits the red carpet at the BFI London Film Festival today.
Rihanna’s new book, which features 1,000 photos of the singer/actress will be released in the UK in the run-up to Christmas.
Blondie’s Debbie Harry will be meeting fans and signing copies of her new memoir in London next month.