Sarah Jessica Parker is in talks to return to TV.
A decade after the end of Sex And The City, SJP is in talks to work with HBO again on a new half hour comedy called Divorce.
The show is written by British actress Sharon Horgan and tells the story of very, very long divorce.
It’s at pilot stage at the moment so we’ll have to see what happens.
Oscar-winning actress Kate Winslet is in talks to play the lead female role in Jobs, the film about Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.
If she takes the role, Winslet will star alongside Michael Fassbender who is expected to star as Jobs. Seth Rogen is due to play Apple co-founder Steve Wozniack.
The film is being directed by Danny Boyle and is written by Aaron Sorkin.
It’s not quite Ellen’s Oscar selfie but here’s George Clooney and the cast of Downton Abbey posing for their own.
It’s to promote George’s one-off appearance in the show for ITV fundraiser Text Santa which airs in the UK tonight.
Here’s a great new clip of Dan Stevens hamming it up to promote his role as Sir Lancelot in Night At The Musem: The Secret of the Tomb.
I especially like his comments about his hair.
A brand new poster and trailer for The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel have been released.
You can see the poster above and I’ve also got my hands on the picture below.
The film stars Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Bill Nighy, Dev Patel, Celia Imrie, Penelope Wilton, Richard Gere and David Strathairn.
It’s released in the UK on February 26.
Here’s the brand new trailer: http://youtu.be/IQiwpTp5mQ4
The new Shaun The Sheep movie has been selected to screen as part of the Children’s Strand at the Sundance Film Festival in January.
The screening will mark the film’s US debut and it’s rare to see a British animation picked for the festival founded by Robert Redford.
I love the idea of such a British film playing in the snowy depths of Utah to bemused Hollywood execs.
Meanwhile a new poster for the film has been released – as you can see above.
The Shaun the Sheep Movie will be in UK cinemas on February 6.
Two big new trailers this week.
First, it’s the official trailer for Insurgent, the sequel to Divergent, starring Shailene Woodley and Kate Winslet.
It’s due in UK cinemas on March 20.
San Andreas stars Dwayne Johnson (aka The Rock), Paul Giamatti and Archie Panjabi from The Good Wife.
It’s a disaster flick about a search and rescue helicopter pilot who has to make his way from LA to San Francisco to rescue his daughter after a huge earthquake.
The film’s due to be released in May.
Tom Fletcher and Dougie Poynter from McBusted will be out and about this week signing copies of their children’s book.
The duo will be at Waterstones in Bluewater on December 16 and at the Reading store on December 18.
They’re promoting their book The Dinosaur That Pooped Christmas. Lovely!
This week it’s been announced the second series of Broadchurch will begin on ITV on January 5.
I was absolutely hooked by the first series, I thought it was a brilliant drama, even if we did all guess whodunnit!
Well now there’s more good news for fans as a series of digital short stories tied into each episode of the new series are being released.
Each e-book will be released at midnight following the Monday night episode and will include characters featured in that night’s episode, delving deeper into their lives.
I think this is a brilliant idea!
Maureen Lipman is joining James Dreyfus in the new stage production of Harvey.
The play opens at Birmingham Rep on February 6 before touring the country ahead of a West End transfer.
Lipman will play Veta, who tries to get her brother, Elwood P. Dowd (Dreyfus) committed rather than risk the family’s reputation.