“Those who believe in astrology tend to make vague puffing noises when asked how the relative position of Gemini could reveal one’s future gambling addiction or taste for sexual role play.” Photograph: Getty Images

Conservative MP David Tredinnick complains about BBC promoting ‘the science perspective’

The dogs of Budapest rebel against their human oppressors in Mundruczó prize-winning feature

David Robert Mitchell’s low-budget horror nods to the genre’s greats while being entirely original

Maggie Smith, Bill Nighy, Judi Dench and other nice people amble through a plot culled from a 1970s sitcom

The big con: Will Smith and Margot Robbie in Focus

Will Smith keeps it on auto-pilot; Margot Robbie looks like she wants to flee

Jack Reynor (Glassland, What Richard Did) at the launch of the Jameson Dublin International Film Festrival. Photograph: Eric Luke

Kenneth Branagh, Julie Andrews and Russell Crowe lined up as part of festival bill

Breathtakingly abysmal: Jennifer Lopez in The Boy Next Door

Jennifer Lopez makes an ill-judged return as an English teacher who makes friends with hunk-next-door/total psychopath Ryan Guzman

Director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, who won the Best Picture award for ‘Birdman’. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images.

‘Birdman’ and ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ each take four awards at 87th ceremony

Oscar winners (left to right): Best Actor in a Supporting Role JK Simmons, Best Actress in a Supporting Role Patricia Arquette, Actress in a Leading Role Julianne Moore and Actor in a Leading Role Eddie Redmayne, in the press room of the 87th Academy Awards held at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, Los Angeles. Photograph: Ian West/PA Wire

Alejandro González Iñárritu’s satire and Grand Budapest Hotel both receive four awards

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