• Richard Gere looks unrecognisable as he wraps up against the cold on film set

    Passers-by could be forgiven for not recognising Richard Gere as he shot scenes for his latest movie in Central Park this week. Bundled up against the freezing weather, the 65-year-old was seen in a heated conversation with his co-star Dan Stevens as cameras rolled for their upcoming film together, Oppenheimer Strategies. Richard was wrapped up in a camel overcoat, flat cap, scarf and gloves as he braved the snowy conditions. British actor Dan, 32, was dressed in workout gear, including a warm padded jacket and running pants. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR GALLERY Richard Gere was spotted filming

  • Mr Bean returns to screens for Comic Relief

    It has been eight years since Mr Bean last graced our screens, but the much-loved character is set to return with a one-off show for Comic Relief. Rowan Atkinson will be joined by actors Ben Miller and Rebecca Front for the sketch which will feature "twists, turns and complications". The comedy short sees Mr Bean attend the funeral of a friend, and true to his controversial humour, the character pushes the boundaries by posing for a selfie in front of the coffin before leaning over it to double check the deceased is actually dead. "Mr Bean attends a funeral

  • Watch: A Royal Night Out tells the untold story of Queen Elizabeth on VE Day

    It's the little known story of Queen Elizabeth and her younger sister Princess Margaret - on 8 May 1945, VE Day, the two youngsters, both still princesses, were allowed out of the palace for one night to celebrate. Of course nothing ever goes to plan when teenagers are involved, and a new film, A Royal Night Out, showcases this unlikely story of the future Queen. SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEO Beginning with Princess Margaret returning to Buckingham Palace the following morning, the trailer takes us back to the previous night, where their father, King George V allows them to join

  • Professor Stephen Hawking to make cameo on Comic Relief Little Britain sketch

    Professor Stephen Hawking is set to appear in a one-off sketch for Comic Relief. The 73-year-old has joined David Walliams to film a mini episode of Little Britain, more than eight years after the sketch show ended. David tweeted a photo from the sketch on Tuesday, telling fans: "#LittleBritain is returning for @rednoseday Lou is now the carer to Professor Stephen Hawking. @BBCOne Fri 13th Mar." In the picture David is dressed as the carer Lou, who famously looked after Andy in the BBC One comedy. However he is now in charge of caring for the famous physicist in