Momoa sets sights on Man Of Steel 2
Jason Momoa is in talks to star in the Man Of Steel sequel.
Jason Momoa is in talks to star in the Man Of Steel sequel.
Tom Cruise is set to return for a sequel to Jack Reacher.
Kit Harington has revealed that filming Pompeii has been the most challenging role of his career.
Ben Whishaw is set to play Freddie Mercury in an upcoming Queen biopic, with Dexter Fletcher directing, according to reports.
Bryan Singer is set to direct the third film in the latest X-Men series.
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson is in talks to reprise his role in the sequel to The Rundown, director Peter Berg has revealed.
Comic mega star Will Ferrell has pledged to go skinny dipping in the Liffey during his visit to Dublin.
Former Dynasty star Joan Collins and Shirley Valentine actress Pauline Collins are set to co-star in a Thelma & Louise-style road movie.
Benedict Cumberbatch has revealed that his voice work for his The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug character was in tribute to his father's reading of JRR Tolkien's books as bedtime stories.
Frozen has cooled off The Hunger Games: Catching Fire in its opening UK weekend and its second weekend at the US box office.
Paul Walker's final Fast And Furious movie will be completed despite his death, director James Wan has said.
Disney has bought the rights to all future Indiana Jones movies.
Amy Adams has revealed she would rather her daughter won a trophy at school than she scooped a prestigious award for her latest role in American Hustle.
Bradley Cooper has revealed the great affection he felt for the tight ringlets he sports in his new movie American Hustle.
The roar of high-performance car engines filled the air as thousands of fans, friends and car enthusiasts descended on a Los Angeles suburb to pay tribute to Paul Walker at the site where the Fast And Furious actor died in a fireball car crash.
Tinseltown film critics were split between space odyssey Gravity and futuristic romance Her, lending no more certainty to an awards season that has so far been full of contenders.
Martin Freeman has attacked trolls who targeted his wife after she joined the cast of Sherlock.
Julie Walters has been praised for her outstanding contribution to British cinema at an awards ceremony honouring the best of independent film.
Some of the biggest names in UK cinema have gathered for a celebration of independent film-making.
Julie Walters will be recognised for her outstanding contribution to the UK film industry at an awards ceremony tonight celebrating the best in independent British cinema.
Extremely loud knitwear at the ready
Festive daredevil bikers in Belfast
This year's university winter graduations
Key moments in life of former president
Laure Prouvost named winner in Derry
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Nigella Lawson allegedly allowed her children to smoke cannabis, one of the personal assistants accused of defrauding the TV cook and Charles Saatchi has claimed.
Abbey Clancy said she is scared to the point of being "hysterical" that one of her dances will go wrong on this weekend's semi-final for Strictly Come Dancing.
The audience at this weekend's X Factor final will see Louis Walsh and Simon Cowell mercilessly mocked as they get a sneak peak of the comedy musical poking fun at the show.
Susanna Reid has become the new favourite to win Strictly Come Dancing after a flood of votes, according to bookmaker William Hill.
This isn't your first time performing in The Music Box, is it?
If Christmas is a time of love and forgiveness, that certainly seems to be the case for Ash frontman Tim Wheeler. After all, reuniting with your ex-girlfriend – in this case London-based singer-songwriter Emmy the Great – to play a number of live dates might be the stuff awkward encounters are made of.
Adam Montgomery, multi-instrumentalist and singer of Londonderry duo Sullivan & Gold, has taken time out from his day job to carry out this interview.
Bruno Mars has been named as Billboard's Artist of the Year for 2013.
It's coming up to Christmas, so it must be time to return to Middle-earth. Since the first Lord of the Rings movie arrived in December 2001, Peter Jackson's epic adventure saga has become almost as synonymous with the season as mince pies or mistletoe. And this cinematic Santa remains dedicated to rewarding the good little boys and girls who have made this a very lucrative franchise indeed.
Christian Bale has admitted he had to put up with some teasing from his daughter after piling on weight for his American Hustle role.
Spider-Man bosses have announced details of two spin-off movies set in the web-slinger's world.
Tom Hardy has revealed Sir Elton John has been giving him advice about playing him on the big screen.
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.