Awards season is slowly bearing down on us.
The history of horror films dates right back to the earliest days of cinema.
Since its introduction to the public in the early 1990s, the internet has come a staggeringly long way.
In certain circles, the phrase to break the internet is relatively common parlance.
5 December 2013 was a huge day for Indian football, as governing body FIFA announced that the South Asian country would host the FIFA U17 World Cup.
While the main BAFTA Film Awards ceremony isn’t happening until next February, there is a BAFTA awards show this week.
Football’s finest descended on London last night for the Best Fifa Football Awards.
To celebrate the centenary of the birth of Irving Penn, the Grand Palais gallery in Paris is holding an exhibition.
Despite the show having ended over 13 years ago, it feels like Friends never really went anywhere.
This week book lovers are flocking to Germany for the annual Frankfurt Book Fair, the biggest publishing event in the world with a history dating back to 1454.
Everyone who watches The Apprentice knows the capricious whims of the bosses.
Ahh another week, another film festival.
It’s been eight years since the tragic death of the King of Pop.
Only a few years ago, Russell Brand was spiralling into the pit of addiction, all in the public eye.
Another Game of Thrones spin-off series is in the works. Another one!
When was the last time you sat down to enjoy a good book?
Book to screen adaptations are always a touchy subject.
The first screen adaptation of JK Rowling’s Cormoran Strike novels will be screened this weekend.
Who do you turn to when you’re on the lookout for a pro-Brexit broadcaster?
UK consumers enjoyed shopping more in the last 12 months compared to the previous 12 months for every retail sector that they were asked about, according to new GlobalData research.
Sales of vinyl records are up an impressive 56 percent to £65.6m in 2016, according to figures from the Entertainment Retailers Association, but this should not be taken as a sign of the health of physical entertainment retailing, which has suffered its worst ever year.