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Tomb Raider poster gets it in the neck

Alicia Vikander seems to be the victim of dodgy Photoshop in the poster for her new Tomb Raider film.

In pictures: Tommy Hilfiger and Gigi Hadid's Rock Circus

All the action from US designer Tommy Hilfiger's Rock Circus event, presented as part of London Fashion Week.

Aidan Gillen to play comic Dave Allen on BBC Two

The late Irish comedian will be brought back to life in a one-off TV drama.

Game of Thrones Arya among 200 most popular names

Other GoT favourites on the list include Khaleesi and Tyrion.

Female film casting same as 100 years ago

However, the percentage of women crew members went up from 3% to 33% over the same period of time.

Seen a gig recently? You're not the only one

A record 30 million gig and festival tickets were sold in the UK last year, new research shows.

Elisabeth Moss had a secret message 'to the patriarchy' in her Emmys outfit

The Handmaid's Tale actress had a hidden message "to the patriarchy" on her shoes.

Kingsman sequel The Golden Circle gets mixed reviews

The follow-up, starring Halle Berry, has prompted strong opinions from film critics.

Nadiya Hussain opens up about her panic disorder 'monster'

The Bake Off winner talks candidly about how her "life revolves around not falling apart".

Noma Dumezweni on Cursed Child's next steps

The actress discusses how the show might grow ahead of its Broadway transfer next year.

French and Saunders reunite for Christmas special

The sketches will include a spoof of Emmy-winning drama, The Handmaid's Tale.

Emmys 2017: Reese Witherspoon hails 'incredible year' for women on TV

Reese Witherspoon says "it's been an incredible year for women on television" at this year's awards.

David Tennant's demon meets Michael Sheen's angel

See the first photo of David Tennant as a demon and Michael Sheen as an angel in Good Omens.

Emmys 2017: The Handmaid's Tale and Big Little Lies the main winners

Elisabeth Moss's TV drama wins big, while Charlie Brooker and Riz Ahmed lead the British victors.

Toronto Film Festival: Three Billboards wins top prize

The festival's top prize is seen as a significant boost to a film's chances in awards season.

Banksy: New murals pop up in central London

The works mark the opening of an exhibition by American graffiti artist Jean-Michel Basquiat.

Why Benedict Cumberbatch is his own worst critic

The actor talks about trolls, Doctor Who and his latest role as a father whose daughter goes missing.

Toronto Film Festival: 'Three Billboards' wins top prize

The festival's top prize is seen as a significant boost to a film's chances in awards season.

The Stage Debut Awards: Meet theatre's hottest new stars

The star of Bat Out of Hell was one of the main winners at the first ever Stage Debut Awards.

Emmys 2017: Your guide to the best US TV drama

With the Emmy Awards about to be handed out, catch up on the past year's best shows.

Wire star calls for more opportunities for black British actors

Clarke Peters says the best way to stop losing actors to Hollywood is to give them reasons to stay.

EXCLUSIVE - Madonna: 'I want to reinvent pop tours'

After inventing the modern stadium pop show, the singer says she's "exploring" smaller, low-key gigs.

Critics give warm welcome to Frozen musical pre-Broadway

The stage version of Disney's 2013 film is "crisp and original" but "could be better", say reviewers.

Pearl Mackie leaps from Doctor Who to Harold Pinter

The actress discusses joining Pinter's classic play The Birthday Party after leaving Doctor Who.

Home Office urged to grant Syrian musician visa for festival

The Home Office is being urged to grant the renowned musician permission to play at a UK festival.

Niall Horan: 'One Direction's first gig was a disaster'

The star says the band's first ever show was "a disaster", and reveals details of his solo album.

Lady Gaga taken to hospital in 'severe pain' and cancels Rock In Rio appearance

The Bad Romance singer recently revealed she's suffering with the long-term condition fibromyalgia.

Francis Bacon painting emerges after 45 years

A £60m Francis Bacon painting is to be seen in public for the first time since 1972.

How Hull became Britain's hotbed of ballet talent

Hull has produced some of Britain's top ballet dancers - and one school has trained many of them.

Husker Du co-founder Grant Hart dies after cancer battle

Hart played drums in the influential outfit which brought melody to punk's abrasiveness.