• Julianne Moore heads back to work after Oscars win - after revealing all-night celebrations

    Julianne Moore was the toast of Hollywood on Sunday as she was named Best Actress at the 2015 Oscars. The Still Alice star celebrated her success by partying all night with husband Bart Freundlich by her side – before heading straight to the airport for a flight back to New York to start work on her next film, Maggie's Plan. Sure enough, on Tuesday Julianne was pictured with her new co-star Ethan Hawke filming at an outdoor ice rink in Brooklyn for the upcoming romantic comedy. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR GALLERY Julianne Moore and Ethan Hawke filming

  • Jamie Dornan responds to reports he is leaving Fifty Shades of Grey

    Fifty Shades of Grey fans had a social media meltdown this week following reports that Jamie Dornan was "walking away" from the franchise. It had been claimed that the Irish actor had decided not to return to the role of Christian Grey because his wife Amelia Warner felt uncomfortable with the themes in the movie. But it turns out, their fears were unfounded. "All press reports are pure conjecture as the studio has not committed to a sequel yet," a rep for the 32-year-old has since confirmed. CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE Jamie Dornan has admitted wife

  • 10 facts for Wednesday's BRIT Awards

    It's the biggest night in British music and this year's BRIT awards will feature the hottest pop stars in the world right now, from Taylor Swift and Sam Smith, to Kanye West and Ed Sheeran. The annual awards show regularly gives viewers surprise winners and incredible performances, and 2015 will be no different, with Madonna's first performance at the show in 20 years, and Take That taking to the stage for the first time as a trio. The show has been running since 1977, and in that time has gone through many different incarnations. We take a look back

  • EastEnders' Ben Hardy impresses X-Men producers, in talks for undisclosed role

    In the conclusion to EastEnders' dramatic Who Killed Lucy? storyline, actor Ben Hardy, who played Lucy's brother Peter Beale, left the soap to move to New Zealand. But the young actor will instead be moving to Hollywood, where he is in talks to join the upcoming X-Men: Apocalypse. The 23-year-old actor, who impressed viewers during the live episodes for the soap's 30th anniversary, missed out on the role of Scott Summers, or Cyclops, first made popular in the 2000 film by James Marsden, but new reports confirm that the actor is now being considered for an as-yet-undisclosed role.

  • EastEnders' Ben Hardy impresses X-Men producers, in talks for undisclosed role

    In the conclusion to EastEnders' dramatic Who Killed Lucy? storyline, actor Ben Hardy, who played Lucy's brother Peter Beale, left the soap to move to New Zealand. But the young actor will instead be moving to Hollywood, where he is in talks to join the upcoming X-Men: Apocalypse. The 23-year-old actor, who impressed viewers during the live episodes for the soap's 30th anniversary, missed out on the role of Scott Summers, or Cyclops, first made popular in the 2000 film by James Marsden, but new reports confirm that the actor is now being considered for an as-yet-undisclosed role. If Ben wins