January 16, 2021

Entertainment

British supermodel Stella Tennant has died suddenly at the age of 50, her family has confirmed.

Tributes are being paid to "powerhouse" actress Eileen Pollock, who was best known for playing Lilo Lill in 1980s sitcom Bread, following her death at the age of 73.

It is an odd experience going to a drive-in pantomime.

UK film censors have added a warning about racial stereotypes to Flash Gordon, saying the character of Ming the Merciless is "dubious, if not outright offensive".

Dame Barbara Windsor's husband has said the "outpouring of support" following her death has been "magical", with a dementia research fund set up in her memory raising more than £100,000 in less than a week.

Manchester theatre staff have swapped stage doors for kitchen floors in a bid to tackle the climate crisis and make homes more energy efficient during lockdown.

Cinemas have often been cast as one of the victims in the real-life economic apocalypse movie playing out as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

TV and film production may have been halted by the coronavirus pandemic, but for many 2020 will be the year they consumed more shows and movies than ever before.

Netflix's big Christmas release has got nothing to do with tinsel, presents or Santa Claus, and everything to do with romance, scandal and matchmaking.

Director Sir Peter Jackson has released a five-minute sneak peak of his long-awaited documentary about The Beatles.

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