Kelsey Grammer is making his West End debut in an adaptation of Tim Burton’s film Big Fish.
Tom Hanks will promote his debut book of short stories in Lomdon this November.
If if you missed it first time round, Benedict Cumberbatch’s Hamlet is returning to cinemas once again thanks to National Theatre Live.
How likely is it Meryl Streep will score 21st Oscar nomination in January?
Well she’s starring alongside Tom Hanks in a Steven Spielberg directed film. So I’d say it’s pretty likely.
Here’s the first picture of Streep on set. She plays Washington Post publisher Katherine Graham.
I’m not looking forward to saying goodbye to Peter Capaldi’s Doctor at Christmas. But I do think his farewell episode looks intriguing thanks to the first teaser for Twice Upon a Time.
Every year Marvel bring it to Hall H at Comic-Con and 2917 was no exception.
Not only did they announce that Brie Larsen’s Captain Marvel will be set in the 90s (so before the first Iron Man) but we’ll get to see Nick Fury pre-eye patch and the Skrulls will be the big bads.
Warner Broa debuted over four minutes of footage from Justice League at Comic-Con.
I dunno, I’m still not hugely excited for this film…
So many great trailers for new and returning TV shows have debuted at Comic-Con 2017, these are my picks of the ones you should watch.
First up is the trailer for brand new series, Star Trek: Discovery. It will debut later this year on CBS in the US and Netflix in over 180 other countries.
He’s played Gandalf, Magneto and Cogsworth but could a child psychologist attempting to deal with Stewie Griffin be Ian McKellen’s toughest role yet?
It seems Ed Sheeran is everywhere these days – and now it’s been confirmed he’s set to guest star in The Simpsons.