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Director and writer Stephen Merchant at the TV Empire Awards in London last year. Photograph:  John Phillips/Getty Images

There’s no missing Stephen Merchant. When The Office, which he co-wrote with Ricky Gervais, first arrived on BBC2 he was, to most viewers, no more tha(...)

The latest poster campaign to brighten up the journeys of London’s commuters features lots of semi-naked breasts and bums – and also a healthy sprinkl(...)

When Leonardo DiCaprio discovered his feet were the same size as Kate Winslet’s – 11 –  on  Titanic, he dubbed them her ‘canoes’.

The other day I was prowling around my favourite London shoe shop when a woman at the counter began to wail. “Christ,” she said, staring at a small t(...)

Natalie Portman in Vox Lux: When she finally appears, she’s in every scene

It’s that time when all logic gets turned on its head. Neither A Star is Born nor Bohemian Rhapsody is a musical. The three stars of Yorgos Lanthimos’(...)

Director Woody Allen had traditionally released a new movie every year. Photograph: Lucas Jackson/Reuters

The release of Woody Allen’s latest film was cast into doubt on Thursday after Amazon Studios appeared to shelve it indefinitely. The 82-year-old Osc(...)

Mary (The BFG’s Ruby Barnhill) is a red-headed klutz holidaying at her great-aunt Charlotte’s estate, and providing much amusement for Peter, the loca(...)

Gloria Stuart in 'The Old Dark House'

Right-thinking people will have few more pleasant experiences at the cinema in 2018 than a trip to this spanking digital restoration of James Whale’s (...)

With the wealth of inspiration that the homeliness of Christmas offers, Easter can appear to be literature’s second-string festival. As a festival, Ea(...)

Wonder Wheel stars an iffy Kate Winslet as a disappointed woman seeking reinvention

If you thought Vittorio Storaro’s photography for Woody Allen’s Café Society was a bit on the hyperglycaemic side then you had best take a bucket of i(...)

Producer Peter Czernin, British-Irish filmmaker Martin McDonagh  and British producer Graham Broadbent (right) pose with their awards for Outstanding British Film for the film  at the Baftas at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Photograph: Ben Stansall/AFP/Getty Images

Martin McDonagh’s Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri has won best film at the British Academy of Film and Television awards (Bafta) at the Roya(...)

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