The latest movie from the producers of Notting Hill, Bridget Jones’s Diary and Love Actually is out on DVD now.
Will Paula Deen go the way of Michael Richards or Charlie Sheen One unleashed a bigoted tirade and is no longer a lovable, easily employable clown. The other carved out a brand out of crazy – reported hotel N-word rant and all – but is back on TV earning millions.
Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln has just been released on DVD and Bluray and we’re giving you the chance to win your own copy. Take our quiz, and if you score more than 75 per cent you’ll receive a keyword
After what has been one of the smartest marketing campaigns in pop music, the day of Daft Punk’s album launch is finally here. To celebrate the release of the French duo’s album Random Access Memory, we are offering you the chance to win one of five stylish 3D masks and your copy of the album
Abba’s Agnetha Faltskog returns to the spotlight with a new album.
J.J. Abrams second take on the Star Trek franchise is already getting rave reviews.
Warner Brothers will launch a new technology in New Zealand when it releases the first part of The Hobbit on DVD and Blu-ray on May 1. The technology, called UltraViolet, will allow buyers to log in on a computer and watch the film from the cloud via an internet portal such as Flixster.com.
Singer-turned-actor Justin Timberlake’s first album in more than six years is being released today. To celebrate the arrival of The 20/20 Experience we’re giving away 10 copies of his brand-new album.
It was good news/bad news on Thursday for Dominique Strauss-Kahn. The ex- Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund was indicted on seven counts stemming from his alleged assault of a hotel worker; but then he was granted bail of $1 million with a $5 million bond.
For tall, burly Pat Benedict, 44, the day begins as early as it did for farmers in Mesopotamia in 8000 B.C. He rises before dawn to pull on boots, blue jeans and work shirt.