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Ashley Capps is determined to make Moogfest an annual pilgrimage with a big economic impact. And he’s not stopping there.
Twitter's Worldwide Trends came up with something particularly unusual. #ThingsStrongerThanTheKenyaShilling was right up there near the top.
One minute I was just another fashion correspondent and the next I was strutting Paul Smith's catwalk!
"We are still trying to figure out who and why anyone would ask the volunteers to turn away from Madonna. She has never and would never ask anyone to do that ever," Liz Rosenberg said in a statement.
The most riveting player in Contagion, the star-laden thriller about a global pandemic, is a virus -- the so-called MEV-1 paramyxovirus that an American businesswoman spreads from Hong Kong to Minneapolis in the movie’s opening sequ...
Francis Ford Coppola, at the Toronto International Film Festival to present his horror film "Twixt", is finding it hard to avoid talk of past glories.
Politics may make for good films, but don't expect the stars of "The Ides of March" to run for office any time soon.
Could the number be up for David Cronenberg in Venice?
Scheduling clash pits Madonna vs Polanski at Venice film festival
Here's one that goes down in the PR guide book for good movie promotion. Actor Shia Labeouf was making headlines on Tuesday with an interview in which he claims that he and former "Transformers" co-star Megan Fox shared some intimate moments on the set of the films.
After sunbacked 2010, the mud returns to Glastonbury.
Cheryl Cole hasn't cracked X-Factor in the U.S, but can she replicate Lady Gaga's rapport with her own fans?
Actor Chris Evans wows an impressionable young GQ scribe over a lot of liquor
What could be the last wave of Pottermania is about to wash upon the shores of planet Earth. The final movie in the eight-film franchise hits cinemas on July 15.
Cannes draws to a close with jury facing a tough choice.
They seek him here, they seek him there... Terrence Malick avoids the limelight in Cannes.
Disfunctional families take centre stage in Cannes.
Robert De Niro underlines reputation as a man of few words... at least as far as the press is concerned.
Woody Allen back on form, Cannes critics say, as 2011 festival gets off to good start.
Picture the scene; after completing more than a dozen television interviews, then facing ten photographers all clamoring for her attention on a red carpet lined with tall gold Oscar statues, Italian actress Sophia Loren was game enough to sit atop the base of one of the last Oscar statues used as backdrops.