Prep work: Michael Fassbender in Steve Jobs

Who were those clapping seals who fell for the messianic zeal of Steve Jobs? I admit to liking the things he made. This sentence was finished on a (...)

Leading role: Orson Welles in Citizen Kane. Photograph: Getty Images

Star of Four Weddings and a Funeral, Simon Callow is among the actors who will attend the 60th Cork Film Festival which opens Friday night and runs fo(...)

 Former Apple chief executive   John Sculley at the  Web Summit in the RDS, Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke

If we need any evidence that a reputation is often beyond anyone’s control, consider the case of John Sculley. Not many people, after all, have in r(...)

If you want diversion while enduring the Farrelly brothers’ largely terrible, depressingly tardy – though amusingly titled – sequel to Dumb and Dum(...)

It would be nice to write a poem that made a pale young person cry. Imagine painting a picture that altered viewers’ attitude to the human conditio(...)

How To Train Your Dragon 2: Coming July 4th

Welcome to our bumper guide to another year of sequels, remakes and leftfield experiments. The most comprehensive preview available is, f(...)

Even by host Neil Patrick Harris’s standards, the mid-show cabaret tune, The Number in the Middle of the Show, was light on laughs and celebrity cameos. Photograph: Mike Blake/Reuters

When it comes to television award shows, the Emmys have consistently tried to emulate other awards shows. They think they’re the TV Oscars. From cerem(...)

Actors Anna Gunn, Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston celebrate the success of Breaking Bad at the Governors Ball for the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles yesterday. Photograph: Reuters

Television drama Breaking Bad won the top Emmy award for the first time in Los Angeles , just as the gritty tale of a chemistry teacher turned meth (...)