• Anne Kirkbride's name to remain on her Corrie dressing room door in tribute

    Anne Kirkbride’s name will remain on her old dressing room door as a permanent tribute to the star. The actress passed away in January at the age of 60, after 42 years playing Deirdre Barlow on Coronation Street. Her dressing room is now being used by her very close friend and co-star Beverley Callard, who plays Liz McDonald. Brooke Vincent – Sophie Webster on the show – told the Sun, "Anne is still there, she is still around us. Every time we pass her dressing room we see her name and it has been decided that her name

  • Guy Ritchie releases first photo of Charlie Hunnam as King Arthur

    Guy Ritchie has given fans a sneak-peak into life on set with Charlie Hunnam. The director posted a photo on Twitter of the handsome actor dressed as King Arthur – the lead role he will be playing in the upcoming Knights of the Round Table: King Arthur. "First day on KORT," Guy captioned the snap. The British director was pictured wrapped up in a thick coat, grey jumper and a woollen beanie as he stood next to the leading man of the moment Charlie. First day on KORT. pic.twitter.com/JPv8esPDnu — Guy Ritchie (@realguyritchie) March 10, 2015 Charlie

  • Danny Dyer wants Hugh Bonneville to join EastEnders cast

    Danny Dyer has said he would love to see Downton Abbey star Hugh Bonneville join the cast of EastEnders. "I don't think Downton is ready for me, but I want to get Hugh a part in EastEnders," Danny, 37, told the Mirror. "I think he'd be brilliant. He's a good guy." Hugh and Danny were introduced last year, and really hit it off. "I'm a big fan of Danny – he's a good giggle," said Hugh, who stars on the hit period show as the Earl of Grantham. CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE EastEnders star Danny Dyer

  • Disney confirms Frozen sequel while star Kristen Bell tweets her delight

    It will come as no surprise to children and adults alike - Disney has confirmed that a full-length sequel to the Oscar-winning film Frozen is in the works. The film, released in 2013, grossed over a billion dollars at the box office - making it the highest-grossing animated film of all time - and rumours of a sequel have been rife for months. Speaking at the Walt Disney Company's shareholders meeting on Thursday, John Lasseter said: "We enjoyed making Frozen Fever so much and being back in that world with those characters. Elsa was voiced by Idina Menzel