• Paul Walker featured in new Fast & Furious trailer

    Fast & Furious fans have been treated to the official second trailer for the Fast & Furious 7 movie. The three-minute footage features everything that might be expected from the racing movie franchise, such as explosions, fast cars, guns and violence and stars Vin Diesel, Jason Statham, Dwayne Johnson and the late Paul Walker. The video starts with the cast enjoying lunch, and Vin Diesel's voice-over saying, "The most important thing in life will always be the people right here, right now", before the action kicks off with an explosion. Paul Walker featured in the latest trailer

  • Jimmy Fallon stages Saved by the Bell reunion: watch video

    Jimmy Fallon took viewers back to the Nineties by staging a much-appreciated Saved by the Bell reunion. The comedian played himself as a new character at Bayside High, and dedicated an entire slot on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon for the skit. The star was joined by members of the original cast who all managed to pull off the eight-minute sketch to perfection – 25 years after the sitcom first aired. Jimmy and Mark-Paul Gosselaar, who played head cutie Zach, are the first to appear on set. Zach immediately has the audience in stitches when he tells Jimmy

  • Paddington becomes highest ever grossing non-Hollywood family film

    Paddington has become the highest-ever grossing non-Hollywood family film after making $200 million (£131 million) at the box office. The independent film, which stars Nicole Kidman and Hugh Bonneville, has proved a hit with audiences worldwide since it was first released in the UK in November. The film is based on Michael Bond's Paddington book series, and follows the adventures of the marmalade-loving bear who travels to London from Peru in search of a home. Global takings for the Hollywood film still fall well short of the $1.3 billion made by Disney's animated hit, Frozen. However Paddington cost $55

  • EastEnders cast won't know Lucy Beale killer until night of live episode

    EastEnders bosses are keeping extremely tight-lipped about the Lucy Beale murder plot – to the extent that not even members of the cast know who killed the rebellious character. Jake Wood, who plays Max Branning on the BBC soap, has admitted that everyone has been left guessing as to whodunit. Lucy Beale's killer will be revealed as part of the show's 30th anniversary celebrations, which will see some episodes filmed live and some pre-recorded, to ensure that no spoilers are unveiled. The actor or actress who plays the killer themselves probably won't find out they've done it until the