Apatow boards Train Wreck film
Judd Apatow is set to direct new comedy Train Wreck.
Judd Apatow is set to direct new comedy Train Wreck.
Michael J Fox has revealed he almost gave up on pursuing an acting career because he kept losing roles to Matthew Broderick.
Colin Farrell has admitted that he wasn't a big fan of the original Mary Poppins film - despite starring in a movie about how it was made.
Evan Rachel Wood has criticised the decision to delete a sex scene from her new film Charlie Countryman.
Jacki Weaver has said she is glad that she has found fame later in life and thinks her home country of Australia is celebrating with her.
Chloe Grace Moretz has said she has no interest in dating a co-star - because it can ruin a movie.
Idris Elba has admitted he had moments of self-doubt about whether he could play Nelson Mandela.
Irish actor Michael Fassbender has been nominated for Best Supporting Actor at the Independent Spirit Awards, a precursor to the Oscars.
Sheridan Smith, Jaime Winstone and Kate Nash had a girls' night out at the premiere of their new film, Powder Room.
A new report claims animal cruelty is rife in Hollywood - with blockbusters including The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey and Life Of Pi given as examples of films where creatures have suffered or even died.
Fifty Shades Of Grey bosses are set to cast Max Martini in the movie.
Woody Harrelson and Owen Wilson have revealed that they couldn't record their Free Birds voice roles together.
Tina Fey is set to throw Kermit the Frog in jail in the new Muppets film.
Vin Diesel has teased that Ang Lee may be directing him in his remake of Kojak.
Quentin Tarantino has revealed his next project will be a Western.
Emma Watson "wrestled" over her continuing role as Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter films, producer David Heyman has said.
Pictures of The Beatles having fun during a visit to the studio where animated film Yellow Submarine was made are expected to sell for more than £40,000 on Friday.
Scarlett Johansson has been deemed ineligible to win a Golden Globe nomination for her performance in Her, which won her Best Actress at the Rome Film Festival.
JJ Abrams has revealed he is thrilled with the new release date for Star Wars: Episode VII.
Chris Cooper has teased that The Amazing Spider-Man 2 will "lead to something more".
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Luke Friend has admitted that he thinks he and Nicholas McDonald will have their work cut out for them to beat Sam Bailey in The X Factor final.
Britney Spears has revealed that she would like to collaborate with Lady Gaga.
Charles Saatchi's accountants did not scrutinise the credit cards used by his and Nigella Lawson's personal assistants, because it was not their job to get involved in the household expenditure, a court has heard.
Jennifer Aniston has said that she had an awkward phase in her 30s, the time when she was married to Brad Pitt.
Pink says she believes her husband deserves some credit for the success of Just Give Me a Reason, which has been nominated for the song of the year Grammy.
Glee star Lea Michele is ready to launch her solo music career.
Lou Reed is set to be the subject of a BBC Four documentary, Lou Reed Remembered.
Johnny Cash fans will be able to hear some new, never-before-released music from the star on an album due out next year.
Martin Freeman has revealed that he turned to higher powers as he did some of the stunts in The Hobbit sequel.
Peter Jackson has said he is serious about his ambition to direct an episode of Doctor Who in New Zealand.
Jennifer Lawrence is the most searched star of 2013, ahead of Hollywood hunks Leonardo DiCaprio, Ryan Gosling and Johnny Depp.
Steve McQueen's new film 12 Years A Slave has made the American Film Institute's top 10 films of 2013.
The bar tzar Bill Wolsey, who owns one of the biggest portfolios of pubs, restaurants and hotels in Northern Ireland, can trace the roots of his vast empire back to Bangor. In the heady days of the Sixties and Seventies, Bangor was the seaside resort of choice for the middle classes. Later it became an oasis of relative peace and calm which remained largely immune from the Troubles and as a result of its blessed position was able to offer night time entertainment as Belfast's bars and clubs closed their doors at 6pm for security reasons.
There's a lot to be said for the efficiency of European city centre mid-range restaurants geared up for feeding shoppers, office workers and museum visitors. Pick any city between Amsterdam and Albufeira and in their centres you will find clean, formica-clad, brightly lit, food businesses offering a small range of dishes of the day at reasonable prices. They generally don't have much character or charm. They are there to service, not to entertain.
New restaurants should be treated with the same patience you would show a toddler taking his first steps. The nightmares experienced by owners choosing the cutlery, furniture and glassware are one thing. But the horror show which an executive chef will have suffered before finally agreeing the menu (strike the last one if you're opening a burger bar, fish and chip counter or pie stall) is worse than any torture.
Holywood, Co Down. The town with its own accent (pronounced: ex-sent) is a lovely little community of aspiring and arrived done-wells. Comedian Nuala McKeever immortalised them in her character, Hilary Hamilton.